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Topic: Student Recognition
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Judy Ann Brown

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Registered: 12/3/04
Student Recognition
Posted: Nov 29, 2000 2:20 PM
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We're expecting snow here in the Poconos tonight and into tomorrow, so
I guess we can say that winter has arrived! At this time of year with
the excitement of possible snow days and the holidays, are your
students slipping in their submissions to the Problems of the Week?

Well, we would like to offer encouragement and a goal for your
students. This year we plan to send out certificates to all students
as they reach the benchmarks of 10, 20 and 30 points. In fact, the
first certificates went into the mail today.

You can view the names of the students who have achieved the first
benchmark of 10 points by following the links at:
http://mathforum.com/pow/awards/


We will be sending all certificates to the schools in the hope that
you will present these awards to the students. Perhaps you could share
ideas with each other as to how to make these award presentations more
meaningful to the students.

We will try to send certificates out at least once a month and our web
page lists will be updated every time we archive a problem. In this
first run we made 71 certificates but so far have only mailed 53
because we are missing addresses for the others. We could use your
help. If your students appear on one of our lists, please make sure
that we have a mailing address for your school. If you have a teacher
account, then we already have your mailing address.

Thanks
Judy





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