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Kevin Honeycutt  20 Apr 14
Is the real education, the one kids care about, that defines them as remarkable individuals even on the school menu?
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First Liberty Institute 21 Nov 18
Cake artists Aaron & Melissa Klein just wanted the freedom to express their beliefs like everyone else. Instead, the government slapped them w/ a $135k penalty & they were forced to close their business. Ask to reverse this outrage »
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First Liberty Institute 1 Dec 18
The fact is: the Constitution PROHIBITS government officials from forcing business owners to choose between earning a living or living out their faith. Learn more »
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Katie Patterson 10 Dec 18
My lovies have been super into writing their own books during Daily 5. I was unsure how the process would go, but the end result was amazing. These girls created a masterpiece with a sequel to come in 2019! They read me a cpl chapters and I didn’t want them to stop!
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Jenny Grabiec 14 Jul 14
We must offer our students, K-12, opportunities to be creative.
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Asha Ruiz 20 Feb 18
Ready to create sculptures in the studio using wooden beads, model magic and wire!
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Ms. Mastrogiovanni 5 May 17
Georgia's Busniess! These second graders are amazing.
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Ms. Mastrogiovanni 5 May 17
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Mrs. Charnick Dec 7
Excited to present "Students as Engineers: Switching Tracks to Alternative Assessments" Sunday afternoon at 2:15/Brush Mountain at VSTE. .
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Haley Veturis 12 Nov 15
If creatives aren't given a place to use their creativity, they'll find a place somewhere else.
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Natalie Smith✨ Mar 23
Yesterday students used any supply they could find to create a project that represented the person they’d been learning about all week during our intro to biographies. They were so focused and had amazing ideas 😊
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Michelle Pressley Dec 17
Week before winter break open project time = amazing builds!
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Sydney Spivey 27 Jul 18
Students were asked to demonstrate short and tall with their choice of materials today. We ended up with giraffes, houses, pancakes...and a more concrete understanding of these mathematical concepts!
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Ms. Mastrogiovanni 5 May 17
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Miss O'Brien 30 Jan 18
Their first ever video response! I was blown away by their creativity and excitement for such a simple task.
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Monica Crudele 5 May 17
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Jessica Telesmanich Sep 27
So proud of his LEGO creation!
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Jackie Rheingans 7 Nov 18
A 1st grader brought Danny from “Danny and the Dinosaur” to life for his book report using and .
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Erik Crlson 14 May 15
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Emily leskee 1 Nov 17
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