the times, locations, and details of the events mentioned at
right in your Convention Program, which you can pick up
at the Registration
the Coronado Springs Resort, Veracruz Exhibit Hall.
How to Get from Here to There?
See these transportation
the folks at Disney.
We'd love to have all of our leaders join us on Saturday for a group
picture of our 100th Convention; wear your Centennial
Help kick off the
celebration of NCTE's 100th anniversary with the premiere of the
Film, Reading the Past, Writing the Future,
right after the Annual Business Meeting.
5K Fun Run/Walk
There are a few spots open for the Centennial
Fun Run/Walk on
Saturday; if you haven't registered and would like to take part,
check in at the Registration Desk for details.
If you have registered, be sure to pick
up your t-shirt and race number at the Registration
Convention as an NCTE Leader
As a leader of the Council use this year’s
Convention to network with
other leaders, to contribute to Council and
policy discussions, to listen to special
speakers, and, especially this year, to get excited about
NCTE's Centennial! Be sure to take advantage of the following opportunities while you’re in Orlando.
to Council and Policy Discussions
to Special Speakers, Such As
Excited about NCTE's Centennial
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