Teachers are required to differentiate instruction, expected to make lessons relevant for all learners, challenged to give students hands-on educational experiences, and encouraged to make learning fun. So why should their professional development experiences fail to do the same? Well, in Clinton County they don't! The 4th Annual Instructional Strategies Mini-Conference, held on August 3rd and 4th at Clinton County Middle School, had something for everyone. Over fifty different sessions were offered over the course of the two-day conference, so that all teachers and instructional assistants in every grade and content area could choose sessions that best matched their interests and needs. Among the numerous presenters at the conference were many local professionals - Clinton County teachers and support staff who shared their unique expertise. Thanks to Tonda Thompson, James Walker, Reshea Fillingham, Amanda Dalton, Brandon Pharis, Chris Marcum, Sabra Albertson, Danielle Hicks, Jamie Reagan, and Lucas Dalton for offering sessions at the Mini-Conference. Special thanks to districtwide tech gurus Sid Scott, Frank Butler, and Tyler Shearer for not only presenting sessions, but also ensuring that all the technology worked like it was supposed to during the two-day PD event. The Mini-Conference was organized by Assistant Superintendent / Supervisor of Instruction Dr. Paula Little.