Corinne Lyons, Handbells and Innovative Lesson Plans

As we look ahead to spring, MRA is moving its annual conference online during the weekend of March 12 to 14, 2021. One of our featured speakers is Corinne Z. Lyons, a Middle School ELA teacher at Sampson Webber Leadership Academy in Detroit. She is presenting the session, “I am the Darker Brother,” at the MRA conference coming up March 12-14.

Register here via the Whova platform.

A graduate of the prestigious Cass Technical High School, Corinne attended Wayne State University receiving a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism and a Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies before earning a Master of Arts in Teaching in Secondary Education.

She jokes that Sunday’s are made for God, naps, innovative lesson planning, coffee, and music.

Corinne is a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated Eta Iota Omega Chapter in Inkster, MI – where she participates in the Ringing Pearls Handbell Choir – and the National Sorority of Phi Delta Kappa, Incorporated.

You can follow Corinne on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

The Michigan Reading Association welcomes all members — those who are new as well as whose memberships may have lapsed — to promote literacy by renewing your membership. To update your membership for the low price of $35, click here .

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