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An active school volunteer for years, Elizabeth Redenbaugh was sworn in as a member of North Carolina’s New Hanover County school board in December 2008. A few months after she was elected, the school board began contemplating a redistricting plan that appeared likely to result in increased socioeconomic and racial segregation in Wilmington midd...
Bibliographies of excellent books about American history for elementary and middle school students. Check out the guidelines for selecting high quality books.
Every year the Kennedy Presidential Library recognizes up to 100 middle school students from across Massachusetts for the difference they have made in their communities through service projects. The award is given to students who are nominated by teachers, principals and other community leaders for contributions they have made to their neighborhood...
Challenge your students to analyze an inaugural address, research civil rights leaders, or follow President Kennedy on a typical day in the Oval Office, and more. Lesson plans and resources incorporate engaging archival material and meet national curriculum standards. Topics include: biographical resources, the campaign and election of 1960, the...
Elizabeth Redenbaugh, 2011
The John F. Kennedy Library Foundation will welcome back former employee Shelley Sommer, author of John F. Kennedy: His Life and Legacy, a new book written specifically for middle school aged children on the life of President John F. Kennedy, at a book reading for 150 school children at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum on Mond...
Boston – Over ninety middle school students from across Massachusetts will be honored with the Make a Difference award on Wednesday, March 24th at 4:00 pm at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum in recognition of the volunteer work the students have performed in their communities.
Using primary source materials, middle school students investigate the motivation for President Kennedy's ambitious space program.
BOSTON, MA – One hundred middle school students from across Massachusetts were honored with the John F. Kennedy Make a Difference Award™ on Thursday, March 13th at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum in recognition of volunteer work the students have performed in their communities.
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