TECHNOLOGY


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GIFTS FROM THE HEART

There are two ways to contribute to this Passion Project at Anneliese Schools:

  1. A donation to the program
  2. Purchase of a "Gift from the Heart"
1. A donation is a tax-deductible pledge of support that you can use to contribute to the area of the school that speaks to you most. We offer receipts through the non-profit Seeds Arts and Education.
2. It's always great to receive a gift! The items sold at Anneliese Schools, for the Passion Project, allow you to do so with heart. 

TECHNOLOGY: 30 CHROME COMPUTER BOOKS

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TECHNOLOGY: 30 CHROME COMPUTER BOOKS

The Anneliese Schools provide Chrome Computer Books to students in grades 4th - 6th. As our number of students continues to grow, additional laptop computers are needed in support of the value of educational technology in the classroom.

OUR GOAL: $9,000
DONATION IN INCREMENTS OF $1,000

30 CHROME COMPUTER BOOKS: CLASSIC BOOK COLLECTION

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30 CHROME COMPUTER BOOKS: CLASSIC BOOK COLLECTION

Books are timeless treasures, to be loved, cherished, and appreciated by all generations. Our Classic Book Collection celebrates the magic of storytelling, with its award-winning selection of, “The Man Made of Stars” and “What Do You Do With An Idea.”

“The Man Made of Stars,” by M.H. Clark: The man made of stars is hard at work every night, bringing more and more light to the world, bit by by. But what is his secret, and where does he go every evening when we walks out past town, with his lantern twinkling? This is the story of one curious child who, determined to come up with an answer to this mystery, discovers something incredible about himself. The story is a reminder that small acts have great consequences, and that there is always room for more light in the world.

“What Do You Do With An Idea?” by Kobi Yamada: What do you do with an idea? Especially an idea that is different, or daring, or a little wild? This is the story of one, brillant idea and the child who helps bring it into the world. It is a story for anyone, at any age, who has ever had an idea that seemed too big, too odd, too difficult. It is a story to inspire you to welcome that idea, to give it space to grow, and to see what happens next.