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Topic: 2008 Course Syllabus Drawing
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Morse, Dana

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Registered: 1/13/08
2008 Course Syllabus Drawing
Posted: Sep 30, 2008 10:22 PM
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Congratulations to the following grand prize winners:

Juliette Ross of Ogdensburg High School
George Reuterg of Canandaigua High School
Tammy Casey of Lake Placid High School
Carolanne Florkowski of Ossining High School
Ron Roth of Utica Proctor High School

They have won

* TI-Nspire Math Rocks T-Shirts for the entire Math department

* Math Rocks Posters for the entire department

* Class set of Graphiti Stickers for the Nspire

* TI-Nspire Travel pouch with pockets for your keypad and chords,

* TI-Nspire Teacher Edition of the Computer Software including Smartview
emulator

* And their choice of graphing calculator

Thanks to all 74 who participated.


The October Edition of the Texas Instruments Newsletter is coming soon. If you have not contacted me to be added to the list please send me a message at dmorse@ti.com and be sure not to flood everyone's inbox.



Regards,
 
Dana F. Morse
Educational Technology Consultant
Texas Instruments, New York State
(315) 730-9858 Cell
(815) 572-9840 Fax
 

 

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