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2011 SEMI-FINALISTS

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE FOLLOWING SEMI-FINALISTS!

Name of Challenge

Teacher

Grade

School District

 City/State

Home Sweet Energy Efficient Home Roberta Stanley 6 Miami Dade Public Schools Miami, FL
Helping the Elderly & Disabled Roberta Stanley 7 Miami Dade Public Schools Miami, FL
Up In Smoke- Why Do Kids Smoke?  Lia Hogan 7A District 21, Joseph B. Cavallaro, I.S. 281 Brooklyn, NY
Up In Smoke-Why Do Kids Smoke? Lia Hogan 7B District 21, Joseph B. Cavallaro, I.S. 281 Brooklyn, NY
Whale of a Problem (Turtle) Lia Hogan 8 District 21, Joseph B. Cavallaro, I.S. 281 Brooklyn, NY
A Whale of a Problem (Whales) Lia Hogan 8 District 21, Joseph B. Cavallaro, I.S. 281 Brooklyn, NY
The Future of Energy in America Dr. Beth Bulawa Science Club Rome City Schools Ava, NY
Biker Mrs. Montunnas 7 West Clermont Local School District Amelia, Ohio
Barberton City Water: Friend or Foe? Sharon Sopko 6 Barberton City Schools Barberton, OH
A Whale of a Problem Cortney Johnson 6 New Albany Floyd County Schools New Albany, IN
Birds of a Feather William Perez 8 Broward County Sunrise, FL
Inventing Educational Games to Reinforce Learning Judy Dixon 6 Merritt Island Christian School Merritt Island, FL

 

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