New 2021 Dates Announced for Writing Has No Boundaries: K-12 Conference on Writing

Be inspired and empowered to use writing in your classroom! Join SNRPDP and SNWP for our first annual conference – on April 16 & 17, 2021!

About this Event

The Southern Nevada Regional Professional Development Program (SNRPDP) has partnered with the Southern Nevada Writing Project (SNWP) to host a writing conference featuring sessions led by National Writing Project Teacher Consultants from across Nevada. Our vision is to empower and inspire K-12 educators to use writing in all areas of the curriculum in new and creative ways, not only to teach and learn, but to promote reflection, social emotional development and social action.

Location: Virtual!

Times: Friday, April 16 from 4:30 – 7:30 pm and Saturday, April 17 from 8 am – 5 pm

Credits: 12 hours for attending the entire conference, 15 hours for attending the entire conference and completing an additional 3 hours online

Registration is currently closed. Those already registered will automatically be transferred to the new dates. We anticipate reopening registration for the few remaining spots later this fall or winter.

For additional information, please contact Saralyn Lasley at lasleys@rpdp.net.

Writing Has No Boundaries: K-12 Conference on Writing 2020

Be inspired and empowered to use writing in your classroom! Join SNRPDP and SNWP for our first annual conference – April 24 & 25, 2020

About this Event

The Southern Nevada Regional Professional Development Program (SNRPDP) has partnered with the Southern Nevada Writing Project (SNWP) to host a writing conference featuring sessions led by National Writing Project Teacher Consultants from across Nevada. Our vision is to empower and inspire K-12 educators to use writing in all areas of the curriculum in new and creative ways, not only to teach and learn, but to promote reflection, social emotional development and social action.

Location: Spring Valley High School (3750 South Buffalo Drive, Las Vegas, NV 89147)

Times: Friday, April 24 from 4:30 – 7:30 pm and Saturday, April 25 from 8 am – 5 pm

Credits: 12 hours for attending the entire conference, 15 hours for attending the entire conference and completing an additional 3 hours online

Cost: Early Bird–January 10 – March 9 — $15, After March 10 — $25

Register at http://bit.ly/WritingConference2020. Registration ends April 10.

For additional information please contact Saralyn Lasley at lasleys@rpdp.net.

Spring Kick-off 2020: Fall in Love with Writing

About 30 teacher-consultants and friends of SNWP gathered for our Spring Kick-off on Wednesday, February 12, 2020. We enjoyed dinner catered by Jason’s Deli and children’s book author Troy Cummings shared his writing process and invited us to write our own stories, which we did through an exciting playing card writing ice-breaker.

We also shared exciting information shared about upcoming #SNWP events – such as our exciting Lecture Series, Spring Conference on Writing, Youth Writing Camps, and the return of our Writing Institute this fall. Information about these events is below!