GE Lighting and KNWA are proud to support our local classrooms, grades 1-6 in Benton and Washington counties, by sponsoring class projects for this fall. Classrooms will submit their project ideas and timelines online to GE Lighting and KNWA for evaluation. Projects should include how they inspire others to save energy, be sustainable, and/or use science or technology to make our environment a better place. Eight classrooms selected will receive a $500 Walmart/Sam’s Club gift card to fund their project needs. Near the end of the fall 2012 semester, projects will be evaluated and one classroom will receive an additional grand prize. Submit your projects soon!
GE Brightest Classrooms
Brightest Classroom: Ms. Farrell's Fourth Grade Class
Abigail Farrell's fourth grade class at Shaw Elementary is the latest winner of a General Electric.
KNWA Brightest Classroom, Ms. Bley at Leverett Elementary
KNWA and GE Lighting awarded Ms. Karen Bley at Leverett Elementary with $500.
Brightest Classroom: Mrs. Alderson's 3rd Grade Happy Hallow
KNWA and GE Lighting surprised Mrs. Sara Alderson's 3rd grade class as a Brightest Classroom for the month of October.
Brightest Classroom: Mrs. Mansell's 1st Grade
Chief Meteorologist, Dan Skoff, surprised Mrs. Loretta Mansell's 1st grade students with $500 from KNWA and GE Lighting.
Brightest Classroom: Mrs. Davidson's 2nd Grade
Mrs. Becky Davidson's 2nd grade class at Turnbow Elementary in Springdale received $500 as one of our Brightest Classrooms for September.
Tuesday, November 20, 2012
Wednesday, November 7, 2012
Tuesday, October 30, 2012
Tuesday, October 23, 2012
Tuesday, September 25, 2012
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