01 Jan “Elevating Education” is this year’s theme for Southern Nevada Educator Leadership Symposium

The theme of this year’s Southern Nevada Educator Leadership Symposium (SNELS) on Jan. 26 at Spring Valley High School – “Elevating Education” – will engage educators, support professionals and parents in Southern Nevada, focusing on the spectrum of education leadership opportunities available to them.

The registration fee is $25 per individual. To register, click here. Participants may earn two CUs for attending the entire conference and completing a brief reflection. In addition, breakfast and lunch will be served. Free child care also will be available.

SNELS strives to increase leadership opportunities for educators not only in their schools, but also in Southern Nevada and the greater community by supporting those seeking leadership roles and opportunities. This work also includes advancing the profession, taking responsibility for student learning, and collaborating with families, colleagues, other school professionals, and community members to ensure learner growth.

The SNELS Committee is a collaboration of Clark County School District; Clark County Education Association; Southern Nevada Regional Professional Development Program; The Public Education Foundation; Nevada Succeeds; Nevada Department of Education; University of Nevada, Las Vegas—College of Education; Teach for America; CCEA National Boards of Professional Standards; CCSD Equity & Diversity; CCSD Family & Community Engagement Services (FACES); National Network of State Teachers of the Year; Parent & Educators of Clark County;  Nevada Collaboratory; Teach Plus; and City of Las Vegas.