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Joanna Crowson wins $1,000 One Class at a Time award

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One ArkLaTex teacher is getting an early Christmas present.  A check to buy brand-new learning tools for her class.

Our latest one class at a time winner comes all the way from Jonesboro- Hodge high school
Joanna  Crowson received a surprise visit. She was awarded at $1,000 dollar grant.
The chemistry teacher will use the grant to purchase equipment such as titration's  to use in the chemistry lab.

Mrs. Crowson was a very appreciative of her grant.
If you'd like to submit a grant idea for a chance at a one thousand dollar check, go to ktbs.Com, and click the one class at a time icon. The next winner could be at your school.

 

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