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On occasion I might have a student win at national, but I teach Middle School
and only the seniors are up for scholarship moneys. We just present the award
to the student and await the work to be shipped back. Of course it
and there is a big argument about how it's suppose to be paid. I just
tell them they should be glad the school got recognized for something.
If you need contacts, I can put you in touch with teachers who have students
who win on a regular basis at national.
Woody in KC
Deb Mortl wrote:
> Hi -
> Has anyone ever had a student who won a Scholastic Art award at the national
> level? I just got a letter today that one of my students (who won at the
> state level and we went to the ceremony)also won at the national level.
> Does this mean any kind of scholarship money? What is the ceremony in DC
> entail - is it worth the trip?
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