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educational viewing of the Tesla for students of grade school age in northern ca

Discussion in 'Roadster' started by elizabethmacleod, May 17, 2011.

  1. elizabethmacleod

    elizabethmacleod New Member

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    Chicago Park School in Grass Valley California is a small rural public grade school opening up a new dedicated Science Lab that we are VERY proud of and have worked VERY hard to attain. We have 150 students K-8 in Northern California and we are poised, amid all the large budget cuts California is currently weathering, to begin anew as a public charter school with Math/Science/Engineering concentrations. We are thinking of adventurous ways of getting our students totally fired up about this curriculum shift. We have BIG dreams of succeeding at our job of fully preparing our students with the current technologies and information that they need to compete and assimilate in today's world - all from a safe atmosphere that covets their curiosity of the world around them while keeping a rural innocence. We think that this combination of environmental factors might just create some very innovative out-of-the-box thinkers... And we think that the Tesla automobile represents EXACTLY this kind of thinking. We are HOPING that someone might consider coming to show off your vehicle at our school and perhaps answer some questions from students... Our campus is located 5.5 miles off Int 80 @Colfax, on the way to Grass Valley/Nevada City. What say you?
     
  2. bonnie

    bonnie Oil is for sissies.

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    Hi Elizabeth -

    I live in Loomis and would be glad to come over to Grass Valley with my Roadster. I'll send you my contact information privately, we can figure out what would work for you. - Bonnie
     

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