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Re: [teacherartexchange] field trip help


From: Woody Duncan (woodyduncan_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Thu Dec 01 2005 - 07:33:34 PST

        NAEA will be in New York in 2007. You might put
together a proposal for a presentation that includes
your students. That might give you some leverage to
get grants or funding from some commercial sponsors.
                        Good Luck, Woody

pam smith wrote:
> Aloha,
> I teach middle school art in Hilo, Hawaii. This year
> we started an Art Club and I would like to take them
> to MoMA. Some of these wonderfully talented kids
> haven't even been to the other side of our island.
> They range in age from 10-13 years old. I think there
> will be about 10 or 12 that will be going. We are
> trying to do as much fundraising as we can, but from
> here to NYC is VERY expensive. Most parents have told
> me they can come up with about $500, but it looks like
> it will cost about $1500-$1600 per student. Does
> anyone have any ideas. Where to look for Grants that
> we might quailfy for, fundraising ideas that make
> $$$$$$, schools we might be able to hook up with as a
> "sister school". I am open to any and all ideas. I am
> wondering if we are thinking TOO big? But we want to
> give it our best shot.
> Pam

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