The Reading League Announces Sojewicz as Professional Development Coordinator

TRL Professional Development Department expands due to growing demand.

SYRACUSE, NY – The Reading League announces Katie Sojewicz as its new Professional Development Coordinator.

Mrs. Sojewicz has been involved in education for 25 years. She was a classroom teacher in the Syracuse City School District, where she taught Kindergarten,1st, 2nd, and 3rd grade, as well as two years as a Reading Specialist. In addition to her classroom and school experience, Katie has worked as a Field Supervisor for student teachers at Syracuse University, and as a professional tutor and adjunct professor at Onondaga Community College in the Reading Department. Katie was a Reading Coach with The Reading League for three years. Along with coaching at two schools in the Skaneateles School District, Katie worked with Fairley Elementary School in the Hannibal Central School District as part of the Oswego County Literacy Initiative (OCLI). OCLI is a collaboration between all nine Oswego County school districts, the CNYOC Teacher Center, CiTi BOCES, and The Reading League. Katie also teaches a graduate class, Language and Literacy Development for All Learners, at SUNY Oswego. She has the unique perspective of being on the Syracuse City School District School Board, where she is currently serving her second year as President of the Board. 

The announcement comes as demand for The Reading League’s professional development services is rapidly increasing. The Reading League has ongoing professional development partnerships with dozens of districts in the United States and Canada. It works with schools to design learning plans that suit their needs, calendars, and budgets. Formats may include face-to-face and virtual professional development sessions, virtual coaching, and regular strategic meetings with instructional leaders.

Districts in the Central New York area can elect to have a Reading League Coach in their schools to support teachers weekly. Learn more about our Professional Development.

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Katie Sojewicz

May 24, 2021

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