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A passport to learning

The East Grand Middle School (EGMS) held a “Passport to Education” event Tuesday night May 10 after the end of classes for the day. The “Passport to Education” event was an opportunity for students to show their parents the classes they attend and introduce parents to teachers. Each classroom featured unique activities in which families could participate from basketball and golf in the schools gym to a review of the computer programing and game design projects Missy Quinn, EGMS technology teacher, has students working on. Here sixth grader Casimir McFarlin (right) plays a game of asteroids using electronic buttons designed by he and other students at EMGS while his mother Monica McFarlin (center) and teacher Missy Quinn (left) look on.
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