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Mt. Zion Middle School Teacher Receives Carroll EMC Bright Ideas Grant

Courtesy: Carroll County Schools
Courtesy: Carroll County Schools

(Mt. Zion, Ga. – December 10, 2014) The Carroll EMC Foundation awarded $1,000.00 to Mt. Zion Middle School’s Business and Computer Science teacher, Mrs. Tewanna Brown, for her “Let’s Get Digital” storytelling project. This project was developed to align to the literacy framework for all subjects by integrating technology into content-rich projects that embed reading, writing, listening, and speaking. One of the goals of the project is for students to take ownership of their learning by using 21st Century technology to complete tasks. The Bright Ideas grants are funded through donations from Carroll EMC members who participate in Operation Round Up. Mrs. Connie Robison is the principal of Mt. Zion Middle School and Mr. Chuck Robinson is the assistant principal.

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My name is Jimmy Beck I am a lifelong Carrollton resident. I love the Carrollton community and all it has to offer. I am currently a Senior at Kennesaw State University studying Business Management, with an expected graduation date of Summer 2015. I have a passion for sports business and social media. I have wonderful parents that love and support me in all that I do. I also have a younger brother Scott that I enjoy hanging out with on the weekends.