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Saturday Writing Camp for Elementary Students

We are excited to announce a new opportunity for young writers at a Saturday Writing Camp. Much like our Summer Youth Writing Camps, our Saturday camp gives young authors a fun place to try different types of writing with other enthusiastic writers under the expertise of local writing project teachers who have a passion for making writing and learning fun for students. 

Beginning February 20th, the SNWP Saturday Writing Camp will run four Saturdays at William Wright Elementary School.  The camp will run from 9-noon each Saturday. 

The cost for this enriching event is $100, and it includes all materials and snacks. Register before January 31st for a $10 discount! There are additional discounts available for siblings and school employees. Please download the complete flyer for details on how to obtain these discounts. 

Register now for this exciting opportunity!

(Please note that there is an additional $5.20 transaction fee for each student.)

 

Registration for Summer Youth Writing Camp Will Open in January!

Registration for the SNWP Summer Youth Writing Camp will open in January. The dates for the 2016 year camp will be June13-24.  

A new high school academy, Rebel Writing: Writers with a Cause, will run from June 6-17.

Check back in January for more information about both of these camps!

 

 

 

 

Transforming the Teaching of Writing Course Now Open

Applications are now being accepted for the Transforming the Teaching of Writing course that will be held In August. This 3-graduate-credit course  is a unique hands-on professional development opportunity for K-12 educators who teach English, reading, and writing. Each participant in this course will work one-on-one with an SNWP Teacher Consultant to plan and provide writing instruction to elementary and secondary students enrolled in the SNWP Summer Youth Writing Camp

Enrollment is limited, and applications are due April 25, 2015, so apply today!

For more information, including course description and application, visit the professional development page.

 

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