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Newspapers In Education is a national program that promotes literacy through the use of the daily newspaper as an instructional aid in the classroom. The Daily Sentinel partners with educators and local businesses to encourage literacy, to broaden students' community and global perspectives and to equip area teachers with a powerful tool for teaching at no cost to the teachers or schools.
For more info e-mail nie@GJSentinel.com or call 970-256-4299.
Resources to help you put The Daily Sentinel to work in your classroom
Answer FIVE Geography questions each week based on major news events.►Archive of Geography quizzes
NASA's Night Sky Network
A monthly column on the latest space discoveries and technologies for elementary students (Updated Monthly)
How well do you keep up with the world around you? Take this week’s quiz to test your knowledge of recent national and world events.
Tap the wealth of information in your newspaper as a teaching tool:
►Can someone actually be ‘too old?’►Download the lesson
►Biden and McCarthy make a deal on debt but have to sell it
-- Front Page Talking Points Archive
Diversity, multiculturalism, worldwide events. You'll find plenty for classroom discussions in this listing of events.
Throughout this school year, PARADE Classroom will be targeting up to six features that provide poignant life lessons for high school students. Be sure to check them out!
Get the lessons here:
► Cyberspace Safety
► 9/11 Lessons and Legacies
► Keeping America Free
The act or process of giving out parts of a whole.
FOUND IN THE NEWS:
Under those same drought agreements, Nevada’s allocation would be cut to 270,000 acre-feet if Lake Mead were to fall to 1,025 feet.
►The Las Vegas Review-Journal -- 05/29/2023
Step onto any school campus and you'll feel its energy. Each school is turbocharged with the power of young minds, bodies, hearts and spirits.
Here on the Western Slope, young citizens are honing and testing their skills to take on a rapidly changing world. Largely thanks to technology, they are in the midst of the most profound seismic shift the world has ever seen.
Perhaps no time in our history has it been more important to know what our youth are thinking, feeling and expressing.
The Sentinel is proud to spotlight some of their endeavors. Read on to see how some thoroughly modern students are helping learners of all ages connect with notable figures of the past.
Now you can register online to start getting replica e-editions in your classroom.
Even small donations make a big difference in a child's education.
If you are interested in becoming a Partner In Education, please call 970-256-4299 or e-mail nie@GJSentinel.com