We would like to thank our 2019 Conference Sponsors!

 
Follett

We would like to offer a special thanks to the folks at Follett for sponsoring our annual SCCTE conference and generously donating the conference bags this year. Follett's specialty is educational products, services, and technology, and they strive to empower education everywhere learning is happening. They bring together educational content, products, and technologies to prepare the next generation of learners and educators. By working as a trusted partner to schools and institutions, they help educators drive success for students from their first day of school through college graduation and beyond. To find out more about Follett, please visit their webpage at www.follett.com.

SC Arts Commission 

We'd like to thank the SC Arts Commission for supporting our SCCTE conference by sponsoring Zuri Wilson-Seymore, our state Poetry Out Loud Coordinator. She will be our keynote speaker on Saturday. The South Carolina Arts Commission is an autonomous state agency governed by a nine-member Board of Commissioners. It was created by the state legislature in 1967 to build a thriving arts environment for the benefit of all South Carolinians. The Commission's programs and activities fall into three major domains of public participation and service: artist development, arts education, and community arts development. It has produced nationally recognized initiatives in arts curriculum reform, rural arts development, dance touring, and audience development, community design, electronic communications, media arts, and traditional arts infrastructure development. Please visit www.southcarolinaarts.com for more information.

Bare Books 

Thanks goes out to Bare Books for donating blank puzzles and books  to each of our attendees at this year's conference. To learn more about Bare Books, please visit their website at http://www.barebooks.com.

We would also like to thank Bare Books for donating attendee products for our 2019 conference!

 

© 2019 by Kay Sellers for South Carolina Council of Teachers of English. 

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