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    School of Learning and Teaching_The Crimson Chronicle

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    First edition of the Orono Middle School parent/community newsletter The Crimson Chronicle which includes new about events and happenings at OMS, including in this edition relating to COVID-19

    CIS Middle School Community Service Handbook 1998-99

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    Our educational philosophy stresses the development of the whole person. Its concerns extend beyond the focus on academic and intellectual achievement and encourage responsible citizenship in the world outside the classroom

    Community Service Handbook 1998-1999: Responsible Citizenship

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    Our educational philosophy stresses the development of the whole person. Its concerns extend beyond the focus on academic and intellectual achievement and encourage responsible citizenship in the world outside the classroom

    Middle College Yearbook 1977

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    Middle College high School Class of 1977 yearbook Represents the first graduating class from the High Schoo

    Learning Adventures Middle School: Guidebook for our Expedition of December 1998

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    This guide follows our expedition of December 1998, as we all worked together to make our floor reflect the values and beliefs of our program. Students created individual reports and research to help document this expedition. Portions of their writing appear here to describe our trees

    Downtown as a Classroom: Social/Architechtural History of Beaufort

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    We live in a town rich in history and architecture, yet nowhere in the 12-year curriculum are these subjects taught. The students and staff of Lady\u27s Island Middle are working to rectify this omission. The purpose of Downtown As A Classroom is to discover (via oral histories and written records), write, illustrate and publish a top-quality children\u27s account of folklore and fact based on Beaufort\u27s architectural past and present. The basic premise is that every building tells a story. It is these family stories which 150+ eighth graders, representing the full spectrum of student population, will learn and preserve. By extending education beyond classroom walls into the community, students become active participants in a wide range of the humanities-- architecture, written and oral history, storytelling, creative writing, dance and visual arts. It is this experiential component which sets the program apart from traditional textbook learning. It is our conviction that by seeing, hearing, reflecting, creating and participating, students will acquire not just impartial facts but a personal appreciation and understanding of their hometown

    UMass Boston Project REACH Talent Search

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    REACH identifies and serves disadvantaged young people who have the potential for education at the post-secondary level and encourages them to continue and graduate from secondary school and enroll in programs of post-secondary education. High school and post-secondary dropouts are also encouraged and assisted in returning to school

    Project REACH Talent Search at UMass Boston

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    REACH identifies and serves disadvantaged young people who have the potential for education at the post-secondary level and encourages them to continue and graduate from secondary school and enroll in programs of post-secondary education. High school and post-secondary dropouts are also encouraged and assisted in returning to school. Project REACH was first funded by the U.S. Department of Education in September 1985 and at the time became the first Educational Talent Search Program in the nation to serve low-income, first generation college bound, urban youth with disabilities. Today, REACH remains a national model for successful inclusion of youth with disabilities in TRIO programs. The program currently serves students who are in General Education and Special Education classes
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