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Florida's MILA Elementary School was named for the Merritt Island Launch Annex (MILA), a nearby NASA tracking station. The school's Web site prominently features student work samples and links to online resources for students, teachers, and parents. Use the Technology link to learn more about the school's
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Florida's MILA Elementary School was named for the Merritt Island Launch Annex (MILA), a nearby NASA tracking station. The school's Web site prominently features student work samples and links to online resources for students, teachers, and parents. Use the Technology link to learn more about the school's multimedia/ integrated tech lab and student television studio. Click on Classroom Projects to view student work dating back to 1998.

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