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VI TEACHERS TO BE ON DISNEY CHANNEL

Three Virgin Islands public school teachers will be on the Disney Channel this fall when the 1999 Disney American Teacher Awards are aired.
Mercer, St. Croix Educational Complex; and Maria Velazquez, Ricardo Richards Eleme Participating in the awards ceremony will be: Lesmore Howard, Charlotte Amalie High School; Grace ntary School.
The teachers were selected through a public nomination process to compete for this distinction. The nominations came from Virgin Islands students and parents.
The gala awards presentation will give each honoree a monetary award of $2,500, with a like amount donated to the schools they represent. The awards, which will air on November 14, reflect creativity in teaching and exploring innovative practices.

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Three Virgin Islands public school teachers will be on the Disney Channel this fall when the 1999 Disney American Teacher Awards are aired.
Mercer, St. Croix Educational Complex; and Maria Velazquez, Ricardo Richards Eleme Participating in the awards ceremony will be: Lesmore Howard, Charlotte Amalie High School; Grace ntary School.
The teachers were selected through a public nomination process to compete for this distinction. The nominations came from Virgin Islands students and parents.
The gala awards presentation will give each honoree a monetary award of $2,500, with a like amount donated to the schools they represent. The awards, which will air on November 14, reflect creativity in teaching and exploring innovative practices.