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Winner of education technology grant named

 DYMO™/Mimio® announced today that Mountain View Elementary School in the Adams 12 school district in Broomfield, Colo., has been selected as the inaugural recipient of a DYMO/Mimio Grant, as part of the interactive teaching technology provider’s new, competitive program open to all K-12 education entities.
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DYMO™/Mimio® announced today that Mountain View Elementary School in the Adams 12 school district in Broomfield, Colo., has been selected as the inaugural recipient of a DYMO/Mimio Grant, as part of the interactive teaching technology provider’s new, competitive program open to all K-12 education entities.

As the winner of the DYMO/Mimio Science and Math Grant, Mountain View Elementary will receive several key elements of the MimioClassroom™ product suite for free, including 10 MimioTeach™ interactive systems, 10 MimioView™ document cameras and 10 MimioPad™ wireless tablets. The school also earns an on-site product demonstration and training session.

DYMO/Mimio is currently accepting applications for its Jump Start Grant, which focuses on how a school with technology needs could utilize DYMO/Mimio interactive teaching technology. The Jump Start Grant winner will be announced in late September. For entry guidelines and Jump Start Grant award details, visit http://mimio.com/grants/index.asp

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Winner of education technology grant named

 DYMO™/Mimio® announced today that Mountain View Elementary School in the Adams 12 school district in Broomfield, Colo., has been selected as the inaugural recipient of a DYMO/Mimio Grant, as part of the interactive teaching technology provider’s new, competitive program open to all K-12 education entities.

Jump Start Grant winners announced

DYMO/Mimio announced today 10 schools from 9 states have been awarded “Jump Start” Grants, which required applicants to demonstrate how a school with technology needs could utilize DYMO/Mimio interactive teaching technology