Young Writers’ Conference: The NESC hosts this event where a published author hosts a one-day workshop with high school students from the NESC region. Students attending are selected by their English teacher and/or school principal and have a deep interest in writing. In the past, students have created collections of writings that are published into a magazine called Writers’ Ink. The next Young Writer’s Conference will be held on September 17, 2019. For more information contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
SCRUBS Camp for 5th Graders – March 26, 2020 (tentative)
- The R-COOL-Health Scrubs Camp is an exciting program supported by the Center for Rural Health (CRH) at The University of North Dakota School of Medicine and Health Sciences focused on rural students in grades 5-12. The NESC has hosted a camp since 2011. The overall purpose of the program is to increase awareness, interest, and understanding of health careers available in rural North Dakota through creative and interactive activities. The NESC SCRUBS Camp is specifically for students in 5th Grade. The camp is held at Lake Region State College (LRSC) and the Lake Area Career and Technology Center in Devils Lake. Each year, approximately 300 students from the NESC region attend the camp, which is one of 8-10 camps funded each year in ND through the grant from the CRH. Students are able to attend at least seven sessions on various health-care related topics from professionals who volunteer their time for this special event. Key connections for the camp are the NESC, LRSC, Altru Clinic DL, CHI St. Alexius DL Hospital, Forward Devils Lake, Lake Region Search & Rescue, Devils Lake Public Schools Counseling Department and Bell Pharmacy. For more information contact: email@example.com
NESC 21st Century Community Learning Centers (CCLC): The NESC eligible member schools jointly apply for a 21st CCLC Grant which is under the direction of Julie Schuler. Schools in the NESC 21st CCLC Grant include: Dakota Prairie Public School, Devils Lake – Central Middle School, Minnie H Kindergarten Center, Prairie View Elementary, and Sweetwater Elementary, Fort Totten – Tate Topa Elementary and Middle School, Langdon Public School, Minnewaukan Public School, Mount Pleasant-Rolla Public School, Rolette Public School, and Warwick Public School. For more information, visit https://www.nd.gov/dpi/SchoolStaff/SSI/21CCLC/ or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
NESC Regional FIRST LEGO League (FLL) Tournament will be held on January 22, 2020 (tentative) in Devils Lake. The NESC has hosted this regional tournament since 2008. This is a qualifying tournament for the February ND FLL Tournament.
Register your team with FLL: http://www.firstinspires.org/node/3461
For more information contact: email@example.com
NESC Summer School – Offered through Devils Lake High School to NESC Member School Districts. Contact the Devils Lake High School Principal for more information at 701-662-1200.
Interactive Television (ITV): The NESC works with member schools to offer various classes that can be offered through ITV when that same class is not available in all schools. For more information contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
You’re Hired! is a project that allows students to use STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) along with 21st century skills to solve real, present-day problems. Students will work as a team (company) to find a solution and present their proposals to a boardroom. The NESC partners with the North Dakota State College of Science (Wahpeton, ND) to facilitate You’re Hired! events for middle school and high school students in member schools.
For more information about You’re Hired! click here.
To schedule a You’re Hired! event in your school, email Erin.Lacina@nescnd.org.
Technology Learning Cooperative: A consortium of 22 schools that shares in the rotation of high tech equipment which is used in various 7-12 classrooms to enhance existing curriculum. Visit the information online here. For more information contact: email@example.com
College and Career Readiness: The NESC offers a variety of college and career readiness services to students of member schools including support with the Roads to Success curriculum and RUReadyND tools, as well as access to the Virtual Job Shadow online platform and college/career, student presentations by local and national speakers. Additionally, the NESC partners with community and educational entities to hold a regional Career Fair and a Transitional Career Fair annually.