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Muhammad Ali Social Entrepreneurship Application Closes July 31

Good Afternoon,   I am calling for all interested high school students to apply for our UCrew Social Entrepreneurship Program.  The application closes July 31st.  The program runs from late August to May.  During the program students will have the opportunity to learn the foundation for developing their own social entrepreneurship, leadership skills, and further their understanding of poverty in …

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Thank You – Community Foundation of Southern Indiana Grant

The GCCS Advanced Program extends a sincere thank you to the Community Foundation of Southern Indiana for funding a “Legs to Literature” grant. The grant will bring Commonwealth Theatre Center actor educators to 15 GCCS primary high ability cluster classrooms to extend lessons from the IDOE ELA high ability units that teachers were trained in during the spring of 2016. …

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AP English Literature and Composition and AP U.S. History Mentoring Program

The Indiana Department of Education is pleased to be offer a new professional development opportunity to support AP teachers in targeted content areas during the 2016-17 school year. Your school is invited to participate in mentoring for AP English Literature and Composition and AP U.S. History. The program connects teachers interested in enhancing their practice with mentor teachers who have …

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IDOE Offers Free High Ability Math and ELA Unit Training (Summer 2016)

Teachers of high ability students in grades k-8 may find out more information about registering for these free workshops.  See detailed information below.   Indiana High Ability ELA Units will be offered (the same training as was provided during the summer of 2014 and 2015) at two locations in the Indianapolis area in July.  The training is FREE with lunch on …

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Jack Kent Cooke Scholarship (7th Grade) Open until April 14

The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Young Scholars Program is the largest pre-college scholarship program in the country. Cooke Young Scholars receive the following support from eighth grade through senior year of high school: A personal academic and college counselor Funding for academic and enrichment programs in the summer and during the school year Internship and study abroad opportunities Educational resources including books …

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Mentoring Day at the Kentucky Science Center with SPOG

Mentoring Day at the Kentucky Science Center with SPOG What: Science Fair Project Mentoring This is free mentoring workshop available to any student participating in a science fair for 2015-2016. Graduate students from the Science Policy and Outreach Group at UofL, in a variety of fields, are available to help with topics such as: experimental design, technical questions, research questions, data collecting, presentation preparation/practice, …

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Jeffersonville Parks and Recreation Creative Writing Contest

Jeffersonville Parks and Recreation Creative Writing Contest Subject: What do elves do on their day off? The Jeffersonville Parks and Recreation Department is seeking young writers for the 2015 Christmas Creative Writing Contest. Winners will receive a 2016 Season Pass to the Jeffersonville Aquatic Center. Contest Details: The will be one winner from each division, 3 winners total. Kindergarten through …

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