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PJ McGuire

Published On: Feb 23 2012 08:53:32 AM CST   Updated On: Feb 23 2012 08:55:22 AM CST

Phone number: 608-588-2556

E-mail: pmcguire@rvschools.org

Items needed:

I would like an overhead multi media projector installed in my classroom.

I realize this is a "large" item. However, I feel this item is essential to engaging

all learning styles in my classroom.
I use the internet, power points, video clips, etc. as often as possible.

However, we have to share a multi media projector in my building and it isn't often available.

Students from all learning styles would really benefit from having an overhead

multi media projector available on a daily basis in my classroom.

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