Platte River Writing Retreat

Join members of the Nebraska Writing Project for a weekend to reflect, write, and recharge. Options include three days and two nights in a cabin at Platte River State Park. Or you can join us Ala Carte for any of the retreat activities.
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ConnectEd Unconference: Empowering Teachers to Share and Lead

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On July 26th, 25 teachers representing most of the Metro area schools (OPS, Millard, Westside, Bennington, Papillion-LaVista, Gretna, and UNO) gathered for ConnectEd–an Unconference sponsored by The Nebraska Writing Project, the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards, Omaha’s Learning HQ, and hosted by Pheomblue. The...
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Summer Board Retreat 2014

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Over twenty members of the Nebraska Writing Project’s Leadership Board convened this week at the St. Benedict Center just north of Schuyler, Nebraska. The meeting of these teachers from all over the state began with reports about all the amazing things that the Nebraska Writing...
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New Orleans Writing Marathon

Privileged to Share my Writing.
Jeff Grinvalds July 20, 2014 I had the pleasure and privilege to attend Richard Louth’s famous New Orleans Writing Marathon hosted by the Southeastern Louisiana Writing Project. I was encouraged by former NeWP Marathon Guru, Susan Martens who is now the director of the Prairie Lands...
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Platte River Writing Retreat

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September 12-14, 2014 Spend the weekend with fellow NeWP teachers at Platte River State Park, located between Lincoln and Omaha on I-80 at 14421 346th St. Louisville, NE 68037. Options for camping and participating are outlined in the attached flier. RSVP to marathon or retreat...
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Busy Summer for NeWP!

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As many teachers say goodbye to another school year, the Nebraska Writing Project kicks into gear with the annual Summer Institute that runs from the beginning of June to the end of June. Sixteen new participants and four facilitators join together in Andrews Hall at...
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