Southern Nevada RPDP

ELA SBAC Bootcamp for Middle School Teachers Workshop 2

Begins: 10/6/2022

Ends: 10/20/2022


The registration period has closed for this event.


This virtual workshop will consist of three sessions. Each session will focus upon a specific section or topic of the middle school SBAC assessment. In each session, participants will discover tools, strategies, and resources to use in the classroom to prepare their middle school students for the upcoming SBAC. The topics of the sessions will be: Writing: Performance Task, Writing: CAT -Brief Writes and Questions, and Reading and Stepping Up to the Standards. Other topics of the SBAC will be covered in Workshop 1.


Middle School (Grades 6-8) ELA, Science, and Social Studies teachers will benefit the most from this workshop.


Event Date(s) and Method of Delivery

This workshop is designed to be facilitated in an online format.


This workshop will be meeting virtually on the following dates:

  • 10/6/2022: 4:00 - 5:00 PM
  • 10/13/2022: 4:00 - 5:00 PM
  • 10/20/2022: 4:00 - 5:00 PM


Julie Cooper


Julie Cooper is a Secondary Literacy Regional Trainer for Southern Nevada Regional Professional Development Program (SNRPDP) in Las Vegas, Nevada where she provides professional development and support to educators. She has worked in Clark County School District for 19 years. Her area of expertise is middle school English Language Arts. She has taught 6th, 7th, and 8th grade as well as served as a Learning Strategist for three years at a local middle school. She earned her Master’s of Science in Reading and Bachelor’s of Science in Education from Nova Southeastern University where she also worked as an Assistant Director at the Las Vegas satellite campus. She is passionate in supporting teachers with instructional strategies that result in greater student achievement.



About Us

The Southern Nevada Regional Professional Development Program is a state-funded organization offering professional development focused on the content teachers teach, how they teach it, student performance, and changes in instructional strategies that result in increased student achievement.

Credit Options

Workshop hours (3 hours)


*License Renewal: The SNRPDP is an approved continuing education provider for the Nevada Department of Education ( For specific questions regarding approved coursework please contact the Nevada Department of Education.


**Salary Advancement: SNRPDP professional development workshops and courses are approved for PGP use in the Clark County School District ( Specific questions regarding coursework approval for salary advancement should be directed to your school district.

Recommended For

MS ELA, Science, and Social Studies Educators (Grades 6-8)


There is no fee for this professional learning event.


Registration open through 9/29/2022 11:59 PM


Remaining registrations: 9