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ARE YOU A TEACHER?? You are invited to a FREE Happy Hour!!!The Celtic Knot 626 Church Street Evanston, IL May 7th from 5-7pm Please RSVP by May 2nd by visiting DiscoveryStudentAdventures.com/Chicago Enter to WIN a $2,500 Travel Scholarship to award to the student of your choice! To find out more about the Adventure of a
Come and join the folks from Discovery Student Adventures in a teacher informational meeting: · March 23rd, Tuesday, Shedd Aquarium 6:30-7:30 · If you would like more information please contact Jessica Dembo at 630-750-9973 or email@example.com
Sign-up to Lead a Discovery Student Adventure and hold your first Parent Meeting before March 1st and RECEIVE a $100.00 VISA Gift Card! You have 16 destinations to choose from…two domestic destinations are available for Middle School Students! WE are also excited to introduce Spring Break Travel for 2011! Sign-up to travel to the destination
Pack your bags and go to Italy and Greece, heart and soul of the Mediterranean and birthplace of two of the most important civilizations in history. It is here where you will journey back in time to experience places and cultures you have only read about. From visiting the Acropolis to spending time in
16th Annual NICE-Mini Conference When: Saturday January 30th 8:00-1:00 Where: Adlai E. Stevenson High School, Lincolnshire, IL Cost: $5 payable at the door For information click here.
ICE Conference 2010 Registration is now open for ICE Conference 2010 to be held at Pheasant Run Resort and Conference Center on February 23-26, 2010! Click here for more information or to register.
Saturday, January 9, 2010 9 AM to 4 PM ET Drop by for an hour or stay for the whole day! It’s virtual and it’s FREE! Register for the online sessions at: http://links.discoveryeducation.com/denscicon or Register for one of many in-person events hosted by our DEN Leadership Councils. Click here to see the list of in-person events.
Please visit http://www.springfieldtech2000.org to apply.
Here’s your chance to share your views and ideas on 21st century education and technology. The Speak Up National Research Project collects and reports on the views and opinions of students, parents and educators on critical 21st century education issues. Speak Up is facilitated by a non-profit organization – Project Tomorrow®. Data findings are shared