Come Write Now

February 7th, 2013 by Michael

The National Writing Project in New Hampshire is pleased to announce that we will be  sponsoring a  second one-day writing retreat from 9-3:00 on Saturday, March 15th at the PSU Graduate Center in Concord called “Come Write Now.”   NWPNH teacher-consultants will lead participants through  day of writing, revising and responding.  Lunch will be provided.  The cost is $45 for one participant, $80 for two from the same school, and $100 for three from the same school.  All proceeds will go to support NWPNH programs.  Participants will receive professional development hours through NWPNH.

Please see the enclosed brochure and registration form.

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