Annette Rhinehart, a fifth-grader teacher at Garfield Elementary School, high-fives Kansas City Superintendent Stephen Green in the library at Garfield. Google announced last year that it will spend $200,000 to fund school projects throughout Kansas and Missouri that were listed on the crowd funding website DonorsChoose.org, including a number of items proposed by Garfield teachers. Rhinehart's project was a digital story telling center. It’s part of the progress Kansas City Public Schools is making.
Annette Rhinehart, a fifth-grader teacher at Garfield Elementary School, high-fives Kansas City Superintendent Stephen Green in the library at Garfield. Google announced last year that it will spend $200,000 to fund school projects throughout Kansas and Missouri that were listed on the crowd funding website DonorsChoose.org, including a number of items proposed by Garfield teachers. Rhinehart's project was a digital story telling center. It’s part of the progress Kansas City Public Schools is making. ALLISON LONG The Kansas City Star
Annette Rhinehart, a fifth-grader teacher at Garfield Elementary School, high-fives Kansas City Superintendent Stephen Green in the library at Garfield. Google announced last year that it will spend $200,000 to fund school projects throughout Kansas and Missouri that were listed on the crowd funding website DonorsChoose.org, including a number of items proposed by Garfield teachers. Rhinehart's project was a digital story telling center. It’s part of the progress Kansas City Public Schools is making. ALLISON LONG The Kansas City Star

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