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Tremont Grade School

Name: Tremont Grade School Tremont is a K-5 elementary school in Tremont, Illinois. Sharing information is what technology is all about, and this site strives to provide a platform for student learning and community involvement. The Web site is filled with photography and showcases student work. The 5th grade
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Name:Tremont Grade School

Tremont is a K-5 elementary school in Tremont, Illinois. Sharing information is what technology is all about, and this site strives to provide a platform for student learning and community involvement. The Web site is filled with photography and showcases student work. The 5th grade members of the Student Technology Assistance Resource (S.T.A.R.) Tech Computer Club built many of these pages. These students also help teachers and peers use technology successfully in the classroom.

How to use the site:
Connecting students, peers, teachers, parents and community members is the primary function of this site. Parents visit What’s New to find out about current activities and projects and to find direct links to the latest student work. Those who want to view work over time can click on grade level links and then access work samples by teacher. General information including a school calendar, forms, and handbook are all just a click away. Currently, visitors must use Internet Explorer or Netscape to access the site.

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