The daily digest Tuesday, November 25, 2008The daily digest Tuesday, November 25, 2008
Nominate Your Principal for the Washington Post Agnes Meyer Distinguished Educational Leadership Award
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A. Space being used to support ruling party legitimacyA. Space being used to support ruling party legitimacy
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Location, Location: How the Museum of Flight and Washington State Affect Each OtherLocation, Location: How the Museum of Flight and Washington State Affect Each Other
There are advantages and disadvantages to the location of a museum, and the Museum of Flight has dealt with the issues and celebrated the history that comes with residing in Washington State
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Chapter 27 Manned Space ExplorationsChapter 27 Manned Space Explorations
United States and the Soviet Union, and the early satellite launches paved the way for the continuing exploration of space. It was only a matter of time before manned exploration became a reality
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The Right Stuff / From the Earth to the Moon / Apollo 13The Right Stuff / From the Earth to the Moon / Apollo 13
If your answer is not displayed in red, change the font color to red. These films are historical re-enactment using actors to represent the actual people during these historical events. The director has creative control over the plot
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Fourth Grade ela/ss winter Packet Thursday, December 22Fourth Grade ela/ss winter Packet Thursday, December 22
Students with the highest usage rate for Lexia, Studies Weekly and Achieve3000 will be treated to a pancake breakfast on Tuesday, January 3, 2017
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Curriculum vitae may 11, 2004 nameCurriculum vitae may 11, 2004 name
Married to Astronaut Margaret Rhea Seddon, M. D. Four children, Julie Christie Gibson born July 24, 1976, Paul Seddon Gibson born July 26, 1982, Edward Dann Gibson born March 27, 1989, and Emilee Louise Gibson born June 9, 1995
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Hubble’s Amazing RescueHubble’s Amazing Rescue
Nova takes Viewers on the Ultimate Journey — Training and Traveling With nasa astronauts for the Atlantis Mission to Save the Hubble Telescope
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The last space shuttle mission ended Thursday when Atlantis landed, and Americans aren\The last space shuttle mission ended Thursday when Atlantis landed, and Americans aren't confident that Obama administration knows where to take human spaceflight next
Name Space Cross-Curricular Project/ Opinion Writing
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For immediate release july 8, 2011For immediate release july 8, 2011
Today, Americans across the country watched with pride as four of our fellow citizens blasted off from the Kennedy Space Center in the Space Shuttle Atlantis, and America reached for the heavens once more
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