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  • 08 Dec 2015 10:11 AM | Cathy A. Shelton (Administrator)

    VCTM CONFERENCE:
              March 4-5 at the Stafford Campus of the University of Mary Washington
                    Theme:  Teaching Mathematics in a Changing World
                    Speaker Proposals:  can be submitted online at www.vctm.org by December 11.                             Proposals using computers are encouraged since there are 5
                              computer labs available.
                    Registration:  online at www.vctm.org until February 5.

    VCTM REMINDERS

    VCTM BOARD NOMINATIONS
    Are you interested in serving on the VCTM Board?  The positions that will be filled in the March, 2016 election are:  math specialist and level representatives for: elementary, middle, secondary, 4-year college.  Please contact Ian Shenk for more information at ishenk@hcps4.hanover.k12.va.us

    January 1, 2016:  EDWARD A ANDERSON SCHOLARSHIP applications are due.
    Full time students who are Virginia residents and attend a four-year Virginia college or university are eligible to apply.   Students must be enrolled in a degree-seeking program with a concentration or major in mathematics and plan to teach mathematics in a Virginia school.  More information and an application can be found at www.vctm.org

    January 15, 2016  -  MATH BEAUTY CONTEST submissions are due.  Prizes are awarded for all levels.  The problem for each of the levels and other information about the contest can be found on the website, www.vctm.org.  Entries must be postmarked by January 15, 2016.

    VDOE

    Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching (PAEMST):

    Nominations for Grades K-6 close on April 1, 2016

     PAEMST are the nation's highest honors for teachers of mathematics and science (including computer science). Awardees serve as models for their colleagues, inspiration to their communities, and leaders in the improvement of mathematics and science education.  Since 1983, more than 4,300 teachers have been recognized for their contributions in the classroom and to their profession. If you know great teachers, nominate them to join this prestigious network of professionals.
    Please consider nominating a teacher here:
       Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching (PAEMST)       Program

     2016 Standards of Learning Item and Test Review Committees

    Nominations are now being accepted! 
                    Nominations for the 2016 Standards of Learning Item and Test Review Committees 

    HAPPY HOLIDAYS!


  • 10 Nov 2015 9:49 AM | Cathy A. Shelton (Administrator)

    VCTM ANNUAL CONFERENCE

                March 4 – 5, 2016 at the Stafford Campus of the University of Mary Washington

                Theme:  Teaching Mathematics in a Changing World

                 Speaker Proposals:   We invite proposals for 75-minute sessions at all levels, from Pre-Kindergarten to Post-Secondary.  There are 5 computer labs available, so sessions that engage    participants in computer-based activities are encouraged. 

                For more information go to http://vctm.org/event-2001018

                Registration:  Online fee is $120 and includes a complimentary one-year VCTM membership.

                Register online until February 5, 2016.

    MATH BEAUTY CONTEST begins November 11.  The problem for each of the levels and other information about the contest will be posted on this website.  Entries must be postmarked by January 15, 2016.

    KAREN DEE MICHALOWICZ FIRST TIMERS GRANT applications are due on November 29.
    This grant provides funding to VCTM members who have NOT previously attended a regional or annual NCTM meeting or anyone (including non-members) who wishes to attend a VCTM Conference or Academy for the FIRST TIME.  More information and application forms can be found on this website.

    CONTINUING EDUCATION GRANT applications are due on December 1.  The grant of up to $1000 provides funding for a VCTM member who wishes to continue his/her education in mathematics or mathematics education.
    More information and an application can be found on this website.

    EDWARD A ANDERSON SCHOLARSHIP  applications are due on January 1, 2016.
    Full time students who are Virginia residents and attend a four-year Virginia College or University are eligible to apply.   Students must be enrolled in a degree-seeking program with a concentration or major in mathematics and plan to teach mathematics in a Virginia school.  More information and an application can be found on this website.

    VDOE

    Tidewater Team for Mathematics Education’s 19th Annual Mathematics Day – Tuesday, December 1, 2015

    The theme is Effective Mathematics Instruction for ALL Students.  Dr. Anderson Norton from VT is our keynote speaker.  He will explore how students learn fractions, followed by a hands-on workshop.  The last session of the day will follow the format of an Education Camp with participants sharing ideas and materials on topics they have chosen.  The cost is $80 per participant paying with cash, check, or purchase order, and $85 per participant paying with credit card.  For more information, go to the Tidewater Team website at: http://tidewaterteam.wm.edu/  

    FAMILY INVOLVEMENT IN EDUCATION MONTH

    Governor Terrace R. McAuliffe and the Virginia Board of Education signed Certificates of Recognition proclaiming November 2015 as Family Involvement in Education Month.  You may want to encourage your local school administrators to implement initiatives aimed at increasing family engagement in your schools.  For Family Involvement Resources please visit: www.doe.virginia.gov/families.

    HAPPY THANKSGIVING!


  • 07 Oct 2015 9:29 AM | Cathy A. Shelton (Administrator)

    VDOE

    Proposed Licensure Regulations for School Personnel Review – Public Comment Period

             These regulations determine the licensure requirements for teachers.  Changes have been proposed, and are now available for public comment.  The public comment period is open through November 6, 2015.  A public hearing will be October 22, 2015 at the VDOE in Richmond.
               Public comments can be posted on Town Hall

     Proposed regulations are published in the Virginia Register of Regulations VOL. 32 ISS. 1, September 7, 2015


    VCTM NEWS

     ANNUAL CONFERENCE
       March 4-5, 2016 at the Stafford Campus of the University of Mary Washington

           Theme:  Teaching Mathematics in a Changing World

            Speaker Proposals:   We invite proposals for 75-minute sessions at all levels, from Pre-Kindergarten to Post-Secondary.  There are 5 computer labs available, so sessions that engage participants in computer-based activities are encouraged. 
          For more information go to http://vctm.org/event-2001018

                Registration:  Online fee is $120 and includes a complimentary one-year VCTM membership.
              Register online until February 5, 2016.

    AFFILIATE GRANT APPLICATION DUE OCTOBER 24, 2015
          Does your affiliate have a new initiative that needs funding?  If so, apply for a grant of up to $500 for your affiliate. Go to http://vctm.org/page-1036455 for information and an application.


    NCTM NEWS

    MET GRANTS for INDIVIDUALS

                Apply for NCTM's Mathematics Education Trust grants, scholarships, and awards. Funding ranges from $1,200 to $24,000 and is available to help math teachers, prospective teachers, and other math educators improve the teaching and learning of mathematics.  Applications are due November 6, 2015.

    For more information:  http://www.nctm.org/Grants/


  • 05 Jun 2015 1:56 PM | Diane Leighty (Administrator)

    ELECTION RESULTS:  Voting concluded on May 1 and the results are:

                            President – Elect                      Jamey Lovin

                            Secretary                                  Lisa Hall

                            NCTM Representative             Betsy Steadman

                            Elementary Representative      Meghann Cope

                            MS Representative                   Skip Tyler

                            Secondary Representative       Samantha Martin

                            2 Yr College Representative     Joe Joyner

                            4 Yr College Representative    Robert Berry

     

    SAVE THE DATE!  The 2016 VCTM Conference is tentatively scheduled for March 4 – 5 at the Stafford Campus

                                  of the University of Mary Washington.

                                  More details will be available in the Fall.

     

     

    OTHER MATH NEWS

     

    SPRING CALCULUS CONFERENCE: 

                Wednesday May 27 from 9 AM to 2:30 PM M at the Math Science Innovation Center in Richmond

                The widely respected AP instructor and dynamic speaker, Dixie Ross, will present the workshop.  The cost of this one day “conference” is only $25 for teachers outside of the MSIC consortium, and free to those whose districts belong to the consortium.  Those teaching precalculus and calculus will be especially interested, but this is open to all who are part of a vertical team working to boost calculus enrollment and success.

    For more information and to register:
                            http://mymsic.org/en/msicprograms/calculus-conference 

     

     

    MAA MATH FEST:  AUGUST 5-8, 2015

    MAA MathFest is the annual summer meeting of the Mathematical Association of America. MathFest days will be filled with great mathematics; the evenings with mathematical culture.

    MAA MathFest 2015 will be held in Washington, DC at the Washington Marriott Wardman Park (2660 Woodley Rd NW, Washington, DC 20008).  K-12 teachers can register at a reduced rate.
    For more information:  http://www.maa.org/meetings/mathfest

    Submitted by Cathy Shelton, President, VCTM

  • 08 Apr 2015 9:53 AM | Cathy A. Shelton (Administrator)

    VIRGINIA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION ANNOUNCES REVIEW OF MATHEMATICS STANDARDS OF LEARNING AND CURRICULUM FRAMEWORK

                An important part of the review process for the Mathematics Standards of Learning and Mathematics Standards of Learning Curriculum Framework is the solicitation of comments from teachers, administrators, curriculum supervisors, mathematics educators, mathematics education organizations, and other members of the public. Comments should focus on recommended additions, deletions, or the movement of content within the current standards and curriculum framework. Public comment will be received from March 27, 2015 to April 27, 2015 at mathematics@doe.virginia.gov.         
                The VDOE is also seeking individuals who are qualified and available to serve on a committee to review both the Mathematics Standards of Learning and Mathematics Standards of Learning Curriculum Framework June 22-26, 2015 in Richmond. A Steering Committee, selected from the full review committee, will convene on June 1-3, 2015 in Richmond.  Applicants must
     be teachers, principals, administrators, content specialists, or others who have expertise with the content areas and the standards.
                Individuals who wish to serve on a committee to review the Mathematics Standards of Learning and Mathematics Standards of Learning Curriculum Framework must submit an application through the Web-based process, Instruction Committee Application Processing System (ICAPS).  The application will require a professional reference and division approval. Completed applications are due to the VDOE through ICAPS by April 27, 2015. Committee members selected on the basis of expertise, experience, and regional representation will be notified by May 6, 2015.


    MATH AWARENESS MONTH:  APRIL

                This year's theme is "Math Drives Careers." To increase awareness of the non-academic jobs available to those who study the mathematical sciences, MAM 2015 profiles people with degrees in the mathematical sciences who have found successful and rewarding work outside of academia.

    For more information http://www.mathaware.org/index.html

     

    SHARE FAIR D.C.:  APRIL 11

                    Share Fair is a FREE, exclusive educational event hosted by The George Washington University.  There are two parts: Part One offers professional development for preK-12 teachers  in the STEM-related areas.  Part Two is called STEMosphere and is open to kids of all ages, families, and communities.  STEMosphere is an expo-style event where kids and families can travel from booth to booth experimenting, exploring, and inventing in the STEM areas.
    Teachers can register for free at www.ShareFairNation.com/Events 

     

    NATIONAL MATH FEST:  April 18

    The National Math Festival is organized by the Mathematical Sciences Research Institute (MSRI) and the Institute for Advanced Study (IAS) in cooperation with the Smithsonian Institution.  Events will be held at various Smithsonian Museums starting at 10 AM.

    For more information:  http://www.mathfest.org/

     

    MAA MATH FEST:  AUGUST 5-8, 2015

    MAA MathFest is the annual summer meeting of the Mathematical Association of America. MathFest days will be filled with great mathematics; the evenings with mathematical culture.

    MAA MathFest 2015 will be held in Washington, DC at the Washington Marriott Wardman Park (2660 Woodley Rd NW, Washington, DC 20008).  K-12 teachers can register at a reduced rate.
    For more information:  http://www.maa.org/meetings/mathfest


  • 02 Jul 2014 9:40 PM | Diane Leighty (Administrator)

    Message from the President

    As July begins, my term as your new president also begins.  I look forward to working with our energetic Board and all our members as we strive to support educators throughout Virginia.  The next year will be a busy one for VCTM as we co-host the NCTM Regional Conference in Richmond and host an Academy in Virginia Beach.  Please consider becoming more involved by volunteering to help at the conference or volunteering for a VCTM committee.   

    ---Cathy Shelton

     

    Website Updates

    Take a moment to check out our website.  It has been updated, it looks great, and we believe it is easier to use.  And, don’t forget there is a members’ only section.  If you have not yet registered for the members’ only portion of the site, please do so.

     

    Regional NCTM Conference in Richmond:  Registration is now open!

    VCTM and The Greater Richmond Council of Teachers of Mathematics are co-host organizations for the NCTM Regional Conference in Richmond on November 12-14.  This is a wonderful opportunity in our own backyard.  Join us to hear presentations by Dan Meyer, Diane Briars, Skip Fennell, Linda Gojak, Steve Leinwand, Cathy Seeley, and Stuart Murphy as well as Virginia’s own Michael Bolling, LouAnn Lovin, and Joy Whitenack

    Go to http://www.nctm.org/Richmond/ to:

    Read about the featured presentations;

     

    Let’s make this NCTM’s most successful conference yet!!

     

    Save the Date for the VCTM Academy and Learn to Make Math Meaningful

    Next year, we will sponsor an Academy rather than the Spring Conference.  The Academy will be held March 6 – 7, 2015 and the location is Virginia Beach.  The format of an academy differs from a conference in that it is focused around a theme and participants are part of a grade-band group for the entire day and a half. The  grade bands are K-2, 3-5, 6-8, Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra 2 and above.  This year the theme is Making Math Meaningful: Inquiry Learning through the Process Goals. An Academy is also smaller than a conference and space is limited. So, watch for more information and be ready to join us in Virginia Beach.

     

    For questions about any of the items, to volunteer for a VCTM committee, or to express interest in serving on the executive board, please contact us at vctmath@gmail.com.

     

    Thanks for all you do for mathematics education!

  • 17 Jun 2014 10:35 PM | Diane Leighty (Administrator)

    Message from the President

    The end of this month marks the end of my term as president.  It has been an honor to serve this organization and I look forward to serving the organization in different capacities.  Cathy Shelton will be assuming the office of president as of July 1.  She will provide great leadership and I am excited to see what new things VCTM has in store.

    --Ian Shenk                                      

     

    Website Updates

    We recently collected survey data to check the pulse of our membership.  One of the common themes was to continue working to make the website more user-friendly and easier to navigate.  We’ve been gradually making changes to hopefully address these concerns.  Check out www.vctm.org and then let us know what you think!

     

    2014 Annual Conference

    We just want to send one last thank you to everyone who made our Spring Conference a success.  At our last Board meeting, we received a final report.  We had 962 attendees and 150 sessions.  A very special thanks is extended to LouAnn Lovin, Kyle Schultz and VVCTM.

     

    Election Results. 

    Beth Williams reported the following election results. All of the following will be serving two year terms.  Please congratulate them and thank them for their willingness to serve.  If you are interested in running for office in the spring, please contact Ian Shenk.

    • Elementary Representative - Eric Imbrescia
    • Middle School Representative - Anita Lockett
    • Secondary Representative - Bill Eggl
    • Four Year College Representative - Melva Grant
    • Mathematics Specialist - Spencer Jamieson

     

    Save the Date! 

    Because VCTM is one of the hosts for the regional conference (see below), in March we will sponsor an Academy rather than the Spring Conference. The dates are March 6-7, 2015 and the location is Virginia Beach.  There will be grade band themes for K-2, 3-5, 6-8, Algebra 1, Geometry and Algebra 2 and above.  Stay tuned for more information but mark it on your calendar now.

       

    Regional NCTM Conference in Richmond Registration is now open!

    VCTM and The Greater Richmond Council of Teachers of Mathematics are co-host organizations for the NCTM Regional Conference in Richmond on November 12-14.  This is a wonderful opportunity in our own backyard.  Join us to hear presentations by Dan Meyer, Diane Briars, Skip Fennell, Linda Gojak, Steve Leinwand, Cathy Seeley, and Stuart Murphy as well as Virginia’s own Michael Bolling, LouAnn Lovin, and Joy Whitenack.  Go to http://www.nctm.org/Richmond/ to:

    Let’s make this NCTM’s most successful conference yet!!

      

    NASA STEM Teacher Professional Development Program. 

    Professional development can include a visit to NASA Langley Research Center in Hampton, VA and service as an ambassador of NASA content at Busch Gardens during NASA Days on Saturday, August 2nd and Sunday, August 3rd, 2014. Teachers interested in serving as an ambassador for NASA are invited to a face-to-face teacher workshop at NASA Langley Research Center on Wednesday, July 30th, 2014 from 10am to 2pm.  Please contact NASA education specialist Marilé Colón Robles for more information Marile.ColonRobles@nasa.gov or at (757) 864-8672

     

    How you can help VCTM

    VCTM completely relies on our membership to be a successful organization.  Here are some ways you can help:

    • Share these updates with colleagues.
    • Make sure your contact information is up-to-date on our website.  Include a personal e-mail address if possible.
    • Volunteer to work at the NCTM Regional Conference in Richmond.
    • Serve on a committee.
    • Nominate a colleague or yourself for one of our grants or awards.
    • Run for a position on our executive board.  For our next election cycle, we will be seeking nominees for President, Secretary, NCTM Rep, Elementary Rep, Middle School Rep, Secondary Rep, 2-Year College Rep, and 4-Year College Rep.

    Any help you can provide will ensure that VCTM remains an active and vital organization.

     

    For questions about any of the items, to volunteer for a committee, or to express interest in serving on the executive board, please contact us at vctmath@gmail.com.

     

    Thanks for all you do for mathematics education!


  • 06 May 2014 8:35 AM | Ian Shenk (Administrator)

    VCTM May 2014

    Corrections to the Virginia Mathematics Teacher

    The NCTM regional conference dates on the back of the Spring Journal are incorrect.

    The correct cities and dates for the fall NCTM regional conferences are:

    ·         Indianapolis, Indiana; October 29 – 31, 2014

    ·         Richmond, Virginia; November 12 – 14, 2014

    ·         Houston, Texas; November 19 – 21, 2014

    Regional NCTM Conference in Richmond - Registration is now open!

    VCTM and The Greater Richmond Council of Teachers of Mathematics are co-host organizations for the NCTM Regional Conference in Richmond on November 12-14.  This is a wonderful opportunity in our own backyard.  Join us to hear presentations by Dan Meyer, Diane Briars, Skip Fennell, Linda Gojak, Steve Leinwand, Cathy Seeley, and Stuart Murphy as well as Virginia’s own Michael Bolling, LouAnn Lovin, and Joy Whitenack.  Go to http://www.nctm.org/Richmond/ to:

    ·         Read about the featured presentations;

    ·         Check out the online conference planner to learn about more than 200 sessions that will be offered;

    ·         Reserve a hotel;

    ·         Download a justification toolkit to make the case for why you should attend;

    ·         Sign-up to volunteer; and

    ·         REGISTER to attend!

    Let’s make this NCTM’s most successful conference yet!!

    Tidewater Council of Teachers of Math Summer Conference

    TCTM is hosting a summer conference on Wednesday, July 30 with the theme Building a World of Mathematical Communicators and Thinkers. Please save the date.  More information will be available soon.

    VCTM Constitution

    Thanks to everyone who voted!  The proposed changes to the Constitution were passed. The new constitution will be available on www.vctm.org.

    Summer Opportunity for our Students

    CHROME STEM Summer Camp for Teens is open to rising 10th to 12th graders with at least a 2.75 GPA who want to pursue careers in STEM.  The camp is July 7 – 11 at Norfolk State University. It is free to participants.  Encourage interested students to go to www.chrome.org for more information and to apply.  Applications are due May 15, 2014.

    How you can help VCTM

    VCTM completely relies on our membership to be a successful organization.  Here are some ways you can help:

    ·         Share these updates with colleagues.

    ·         Make sure your contact information is up-to-date on our website.  Include a personal e-mail address if possible.

    ·         Volunteer to work at the NCTM Regional Conference in Richmond.

    ·         Serve on a committee.

    ·         Nominate a colleague or yourself for one of our grants or awards.

    ·         Run for a position on our executive board.  For our next election cycle, we will be seeking nominees for President, Secretary, NCTM Rep, Elementary Rep, Middle School Rep, Secondary Rep, 2-Year College Rep, and 4-Year College Rep.

    Any help you can provide will ensure that VCTM remains an active and vital organization.

    For questions about any of the items, to volunteer for a committee, or to express interest in serving on the executive board, please contact us at vctmath@gmail.com.

    Thanks for all you do for mathematics education!

  • 11 Mar 2014 1:00 PM | Ian Shenk (Administrator)

    March is shaping up to be a very busy month!   Please read below for some important updates.

     

     VCTM Proposed Constitutional Changes

    ·         The VCTM Executive Board has been undergoing a periodic review of our Constitution in an effort to make it better reflect the changing role and activities of the organization.  We are recommending several changes to the current Constitution.  Among the major changes are the addition, removal, or combination of several committees and the addition of the office of historian.  Please take a minute to review the proposed changes at www.vctm.org.  

    ·         The approval of the constitution must be done by the membership.  You’ll have an opportunity to vote on the proposed changes at the conference, or, if you cannot attend, a ballot will be mailed by the end of the month. The Constitution can only be amended by two-thirds of the votes cast.

    ·         Thanks for your help in making VCTM a vital and active organization.   

      

    Annual Conference

    ·         The annual conference is just around the corner!  Pre-registration has closed, but on-site registration will be available Thursday, March 13, from 4 – 8 or on Friday, March 14, after 7 a.m.

    ·         To read more about our featured speakers, access the full program of over 150 sessions or find hotel information go to www.vctm.org/VCTM2014.

    ·         If you are planning on attending, here’s some important information:

    o   Registration is available in the HHS building on JMU’s campus. 

    o   Parking on campus limited.  VCTM conference attendees may park in the C10 and C12 lots on JMU’s east campus between the hours of 7:30 AM and 8:00 PM on March 13-15th, 2014.  Parking in other lots may result in campus guests receiving parking citations. An online campus map can be accessed at http://web.jmu.edu/parking/parkingmap.pdf

    o   Sessions are from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Friday March 14th and on Saturday March 15th from 8:15 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

    o   Commercial Exhibits will be open in the Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and on Saturday from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. As you walk around the 1st floor of the conference, please take a moment to thank the exhibitors, without whom our conference would not be possible.  Everyone who collects the signatures of six exhibitors on the card provided at registration will be entered into a drawing for numerous door prizes!  The drawing will take place Friday afternoon at 4:30 p.m.  Be sure to check the VCTM table to see if you are a winner!   

    o   Local volunteers will be dressed in royal blue t-shirts with our conference logo.  If you have any questions, please look for one of these volunteers.  They will be happy to help!

    ·         A very special thanks to LouAnn Lovin, Kyle Schultz, and the Valley of Virginia Council for Teachers of Mathematics for their help in coordinating what is sure to be a fantastic event.

    ·         We hope to see you in Harrisonburg!

     

      VCTM Professional Development Grant:

    ·         Applications are now being accepted for VCTM’s Professional Development Grant.  The grant can be used to attend workshops, institutes, or other in-service opportunities.  Two $500 awards are given.   Applications are due by May 1, 2014.   For information or to download an application, go to www.vctm.org. 

     

     Please share these updates with your colleagues!  For questions about any of the items, please contact us at vctmath@gmail.com.  

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    Sincerely,

    Ian Shenk

    VCTM President

  • 04 Feb 2014 8:49 AM | Ian Shenk (Administrator)

    Don't forget to register for our 2014 conference!  Online registration for our 2014 conference ends on February 14.  Please make plans to attend and Unlock the Mathematical Mind at James Madison University.

    Featured speakers include:

    Linda Gojak, NCTM President
    John Almarode, Assistant Professor of Elementary Education – James Madison University
    Stephen Bismarck, Assistant Professor of Mathematics Ed – University of South Carolina Upstate
    Michael Bolling, Director, Office of Mathematics and Governor’s Schools – VDOE
    Eric Imbrescia, VCTM 2013 Teacher of the Year

    To read more about our featured speakers, access the full program of over 150 sessions, find hotel information, or to register, go to www.vctm.org/VCTM2014.

    Special thanksto LouAnn Lovin, Kyle Schultz, and the Valley of Virginia Council for Teachers of Mathematics for their help in coordinating what is sure to be a fantastic event.

    Be sure to join your colleagues from around the state at James Madison University on March 14 and 15 for this exciting opportunity!

    VCTM Professional Development Grant:

    • Applications are now being accepted for VCTM’s Professional Development Grant.  The grant can be used to attend workshops, institutes, or other in-service opportunities.  Two $500 awards are given.   Applications are due by May 1, 2014.   For information or to download an application, go to www.vctm.org. 

     Please share this e-mail with your colleagues!  If you learn of opportunities for teachers or students, please send them to Pat Gabriel (pmgabriel@aol.com) or Ian Shenk (ishenk@hcps.us) to be included in our future updates.  

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