Orono Middle School 'One Word' Challenge production released; many more schools hoping to get involved in coming months and years
Throughout the month of March and April, I was approached by Orono Middle School student teacher Sam Hilt. She got a student involved, and worked together to put together Orono Middle School's 'One Word' Challenge production.
Orono Middle School is the fourth school to get involved with the 'One Word' Challenge, a project in conjunction with the basic 'One Word' Project.
The video is on my website under the 'One Word' Challenge page, and you can also search Orono Middle School 'One Word' Challenge on google.
What's next for the 'One Word' Challenge? Well, I'm hoping to get at least one more school involved before the end of the 2015-2016 school year. After that, their may be a couple of organizations that want to get involved and create their own 'One Word' Challenge.
The project will continue through 2016, into 2017, and most likely carry through 2019. As always, please stay tuned as I continue to make future plans for the project.
Any questions or comments?
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