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  • Janel Reed, a science teacher at White Mountain Middle School in White City, has been named a regional winner in the National Science Teachers Association's Shell Science Lab Challenge, a new competition for middle and high school science teachers.
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  • Janel Reed, a science teacher at White Mountain Middle School in White City, has been named a regional winner in the National Science Teachers Association's Shell Science Lab Challenge, a new competition for middle and high school science teachers.
    The challenge encouraged teachers of grades six through 12 to share innovative ways to deliver quality lab experiences with limited school and laboratory resources. Reed is one of 17 regional winners. In the next round, five national winners will be chosen, then they will vie for a chance to win a school science lab makeover support package valued at $20,000.
    As a regional winner, Reed and her school will receive donated science lab equipment or gift certificates, a grant to purchase additional science lab tools and resources, and a $300 gift certificate to the NSTA Bookstore. The school will also receive memberships to the association and paid registration for two teachers at the school to attend an NSTA conference.
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