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2010-2011 Grant Cycle Awards


PROJECT NAME SCHOOL DESCRIPTION DIRECTOR AWARD
Inspiring Global Exploration Union County High School
Liberty, IN
Created and disseminated promotional materials with in the Union County College Corner School District to encourage student participation in overseas travel opportunities. Connie Rosenberger $1,000
Getting to Know Our Chinese Sister School New Prairie Middle School
New Carlisle, IN
Developed a documentary film highlighting the school's staff/student exchange trip to Nantai-Haicheng, China, home of New Prairie Middle School's sister school. Created a Chinese exhibit, using authentic artifacts acquired by students during the trip, to promote the sister-school relationship. Jim Holifield $1,000
Mandarin Chinese Culture and Language Curriculum Project Maple Creek Middle School
Fort Wayne, IN
Hosted students and staff from Shenyang, China and developed a Mandarin Chinese culture and language curriculum for 6th, 7th, and 8th grader students. Mark Seele $1,000
Sharing Argentinian Culture St. Louis de Montfort Catholic School
Fishers, IN
Created a display at the school entrance to showcase photographs and artifacts from Argentina. Acquired additional photographs and artifacts in Argentina to share with students during classroom lessons. Annette Marie Jones $1,000
Building International Relationships Richmond High School
Richmond, IN
Established international student relationships with a variety of global communities through new media: blogs, Twitter, Skype, webcam lessons. Rae Woolpy $1,000
      Total $5,000

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