The New England Scholastic Press Association

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New Executive Director for NESPA

March 8, 2022

Tom Fabian, NESPA's new executive director, has a distinguished background in secondary education and in journalism. He advises The Newtonite at Newton North High School where he has been teaching...

Localizing contest winners for 2021

March 1, 2022

Algonquin Regional High School The Harbinger “Behind the scenes of ‘Seussical’” Claire Bai and Brianna Tang   Brimmer and May School The Gator online IV “With State Reopening,...

April 11, 2022: Annual Publication & Production Contest deadline

February 15, 2022

Follow this link to submit entries for the annual publication and production contest. Winners will be announced at the annual conference on May 6. Entries must be received by April 11.

Jan. 7, 2022: COVID-19 a localizing contest deadline

December 5, 2021

When you show how issues that affect people in your state, your country or around the world affect people in your own school community, that’s localizing. Again this fall, a special focus of the contest...

Ongoing: Staffs, advisers can nominate professionals for awards

December 5, 2021

Staffs and advisers can nominate individuals who contribute significantly to New England’s scholastic press for special awards. The Robert Baram Award honors distinguished advisers from this region...

Free virtual site visits available to members

December 5, 2021

New England Scholastic Press Association’s Board of Directors will continue to provide free, hour-long virtual individual site visits this spring to NESPA members at their request. Topics for these...

How to join NESPA

December 5, 2021

Join the New England Scholastic Press Association. **More information to come!

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