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Contest winners announced

 Curriculum Advantage invited educators across the United States to submit essays, photographs, and or videos describing their implementations and successes with Classworks in math, reading, language arts and elementary science.
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Curriculum Advantage invited educators across the United States to submit essays, photographs, and/or videos describing their implementations and successes with Classworks in math, reading, language arts and elementary science. The judges have now named 30 winners from schools across the U.S., with the grand prize going to Melodie Wells, a teacher at Screven Elementary School in Wayne County, Georgia.

For her video entry, Wells and Screven Elementary received an interactive white board. All video prize winners including Wells received a FLIP® videocam, a $100 gift card, and a pizza party to allow the students to celebrate their efforts.

To see a list of the winners and their entries, visit www.classworks.com/winwithclassworks.

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