Come Back Monarchs

Elmcrest

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This project follow up on last year’s STEM grant eco-garden at Elmcrest with a new focus on learning about the
migratory habits of Monarch butterflies. The backyard ecosystem will be enhanced and the project includes
research, tracking, and student interaction with other children at mid-west schools.

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Connecting first language literacy to English literacy through PENPal
This proposal includes three groups of materials. Mantra Lingua translated bo...
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TBF-Teen Book Fiends/Fanatics
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Spanish Language and Literacy Enrichment
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Fusing Glass and Clay
I will expose the students of Meachem to the mediums of glass and clay. I wil...
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Collaborative Ceramic Relief Mural
My proposal is for the materials and assisted guidance from a local artist wh...
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Cougar Cafe
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ENL Lending Library
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