Ride With Us To NSTA-Minneapolis

You may have heard that NSTA’s first 2016 area conference will be held in Minneapolis October 27-29. But did you know that NDSTA is sponsoring a charter bus to and from the conference!?! That’s right, any NDSTA member can get free transportation to go to the NSTA Minneapolis area conference!!

Bus stops will be located in Minot, Bismarck, Jamestown, and Fargo. We will depart on Wed, Oct 26th and return Sat, Oct 29th.

In order to catch the NDSTA charter bus, you need to:

1 – Be a current NDSTA member (you can become a member or renew your membership here).

2 – Register for the NSTA area conference (NSTA membership is not required, but members register for a discounted rate; NSTA membership and/or conference registration is the responsibility of participant).

3 – Arrange for 3 nights lodging—Oct 26 – 28—during the conference (NDSTA has reserved a discounted block of rooms; lodging is the responsibility of participant).

Click here to send an email to request to be added to the charter bus travel list. Please be sure to include your name and contact information in the email request.

Pass along this information to any colleagues you think would be interested so we can fill the bus!

Need a letter to convince administration to support your request for conference attendance? Give them this letter.

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The North Dakota Science Teachers Association is a group of interdisciplinary science educators. Our membership is open to K-12 classroom teachers, university faculty, informal educators, concerned citizens, and business personnel.

Our Mission Statement: 
"Science is part of everyone’s natural curiosity and encompasses all aspects of our lives.  It has had an impact on human history and promises to have an influence on the future.  The NDSTA seeks to:  inspire, promote and support excellence in science education and learning.  We will therefore, voice the continued need for quality science education in the state of North Dakota."

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