Here you’ll find the latest information about the conference.

Regions 1, 2, 3, 4 North State Spring Conference – May 3-5, 2019

The Peppermill, Reno, NV

Exciting NewsThis year most of our conference will move to the newly remodeled Peppermill Tower Conference Center. It is a beautiful area and much closer to our room block. Here is a link to the layout map in case you want to take a look ahead of time. NOTE:  Our keynote sessions will still be in Tuscany this year. [Layout diagram]

Peppermill Online room reservations – Register early. [Click Here]

Presenters:

ACSA Regions 1, 2, 3, & 4 are co-sponsoring the North State Spring Professional Development Conference.  This year’s premier event returns to the Peppermill in Reno, NV from May 3 -5, 2019. We are in the process of finalizing our Keynote Speakers and are now accepting applications for “Skill Development” Sessions.  Our goal is to have participants actively #engaged, #connected, and #collaborate with each other! We are looking for individuals who can #inspire, be #interactive and add to the needed #innovation in our profession. We truly want our attendees to add skills to their repertories as they move through their daily lives. Please plan on building a skill, and giving an opportunity for attendees to practice it! (Tech or not) [Download Skill Developer Presenter form]

 

Sam LaCara Memorial Golf Tournament, May 2, 2019, Lakeridge Golf Course

Register and pay for golf online [Additional fees apply]

2019 Golf Flyer

 

Conference Registration:

 

2019 Registration Form [Registration form only]

2019 Registration Packet

Exhibitors

Register and pay online as an exhibitor 

ACSA No. State Spring Conference Exhibitor Packet

Contact Stephanie Groat, Exhibit Chairperson at sgroat@eurekausd.org or 916-715-3098

 

Scheduled Keynotes:

This year’s conference is going to be different and better than ever. We are stepping out from our usual conference format and trying a new innovative approach this year, which coincides with our theme of “Innovation in Motion” or I2M.   This year’s conference will be more strand based and skill development centric. The skill development sessions will be interactive, collaborative and engaging. We hope you will find these skill development sessions useful in your day to day life as an education professional. So if you want to see what innovative 21st century PD looks like, plan on attending the conference!

  Friday /Saturday

Travis Allen
iSchool Initiative

Friday Keynote:  Are Students Getting Worse at Problem Solving?

Escape the Exhibit Hall!

Ready for a little friendly competition! Want to hone your technology use skills? Are you ready to really be a 21st Century Leader, Learner, and Innovator? Then, come work with Travis Allen from iSchool Initiative, and a number of our vendors to “Escape the Exhibit Hall” on Saturday, May 4.

  Friday /Saturday

#CUE Jam Sessions: “#Innovation Belongs to Us All

 

  Sunday

Shelley Burgess

Lead Like a Pirate – Setting Sail for Your Next Great Adventure!

 


Program questions, call or email: Rob Martinez @ 707-399-5147/robm@fsusd.org. Conference questions, call or email:  Mike Vincelli – 530-241-3261 or email mvincelli@suhsd.org 

Registration questions, call or email: Judy Bennett at 530.282.5331/acsa.1234.nssc@gmail.com

Golf Tournament questions, call or email:  Mary Sakuma at 530.200.0616/msakuma@bcoe.org