Wednesday, May 22

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National Poetry Out Loud Finals – $50,000 in Awards and School Stipends

A total of $50,000 in awards and school stipends is awarded annually at the National Poetry Out Loud Finals. Next year will a student from your school represent Indiana?   Poetry Out Loud encourages students to learn about great poetry through memorization and recitation. This program helps students master public speaking skills, build self-confidence, and learn about literary history and contemporary …

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IU Bloomington Summer Camps – Deadline Approaching

Here are a few more opportunities for high school and middle school students at IU this year. Many have an international focus. Some of these have registration deadlines at the end of this month.   Security Matters Cybercamp for High School Hosted by the Indiana University Center for Applied Cybersecurity Research, the camp features sessions on cybersecurity ethics, cryptography, cybercrime, …

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Saturday, April 20th JAM Session Event! JAM (stands for the Jeffersonville Art Movement) – is FREE

    Dawn Spyker | Public Art Program Administrator City of Jeffersonville, IN | Jeffersonville Public Art Commission Phone 812.280.4728 | email dspyker@cityofjeff.net Web: www.jeffersonvilleart.com NoCo Arts & Cultural District – Pieces Of Us! FREE COMMUNITY MOSAIC ART SESSION! Jeffersonville, Indiana The NoCo Arts Center, located at 628 Michigan Avenue will soon be adorned with a community created mosaic façade! …

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Summer Camps – Looking for Something to Do This Summer?

Below you will find summer camps for students of all ages, including high school. Camps include both local, day camps as well as out-of-state, residential camps. Students may want to hone skills in the areas of identified high ability or may want to expand their horizons and explore new ideas. Colleges continue to advise that students should have demonstrated they …

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IAG College Scholarship Applications Due March 26, 2019

The IAG college scholarship application is posted. Click on the link below for more information. Have your students apply today. Deadline is March 26th.   http://www.iag-online.org/Awards%20and%20Scholarships/  

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2019 Governor’s STEM Team

Title: 2019 Governor’s STEM team INDIANAPOLIS – Gov. Eric. J. Holcomb, Superintendent of Public Instruction Dr. Jennifer McCormick and Treasurer of State Kelly Mitchell invite Hoosier students to apply for the 2019 Governor’s STEM Team (#GovSTEMteam). Gov. Holcomb developed the competition in 2017 to highlight Indiana’s elite high school students for their work in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). …

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Free January 2019 Regional AP Teacher Network Meetings

The January 2019 Regional Teacher Network Meetings are about to begin!  This is your opportunity to share your best lesson plans, discuss specific course planning (six to eight weeks), and how you establish great culture in the classroom with other teachers in your region.  The course specific rooms will have a facilitator to guide discussions.   This event is FREE …

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Ivy Tech Kids’ Enrichment College Winter 2018 Registration Information

Classes are filling quickly and we wanted to make sure your child has a spot!   Kids College Winter Enrichment Program December 20th and 21st!  What a perfect gift for the holidays…or an engaging activity to help you cover childcare at the beginning of Winter break. We are aware of some schools that will be in session on the 20th.  …

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Free KY Shakespeare in the (Jefferson County, KY) Libraries Tour

Thanks to the generosity of Louisville Metro Government, KY Shakespeare offer free one-hour performances of The Taming of the Shrew at your local library branch. It’s a fun and free opportunity for families throughout the city to experience this creative take on Shakespeare’s comedy – incorporating audience participation, puppetry, and imagination, with two of our professional actors. Two of Shakespeare’s strongest characters …

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