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Teachers and Community Partners discuss projects at a Regional Networking Meeting

The first step in developing your Great Lakes Stewardship Initiative project is assembling a Project Team that will work together with your students to plan and implement your two-year project. Your team must include at least one Lead Teacher but also may include teachers and school staff of any kind from any grade level or subject area. These school-based Team members will work together to identify a community need and then forge relationships with Community Partners that can assist you in developing a student-driven project that meets that need.  With your Community Partner(s) on board, your Project Team is ready to take the first step toward GLSI grant funding by filling out a Project Team Registration form; which is located under the Forms tab. 

This page last updated on 12/5/2014.
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