NEWSLETTER - Volume 16 - Spring 2005
Hello to all,
We are pleased to announce we have many new participants working very hard on their reports for City Quest. They come from many places, including Lausanne, SWITZERLAND - Rosholt, Wisconsin USA - Colton, CA USA, Bandung, Indonesia - Dover, England, and many others. We are excited about these and look forward to their reports. Keep watching City Quest to see when these reports are added to the site.
We are very happy you have joined and we want to offer you any help we can give to you in order to help. If you want to view some of the finished reports from other schools, go to our reports page at: http://www.cityquest.digitalschool.nl/indexparticipants.htm
Great news! City Quest is listed in the March issue of Classroom Connect Newsletter. It is listed on the Global Projects page, along with another of our projects, TESAN: The Endangered Species and Nature of the World: http://www.tesan.vuurwerk.nl . We are happy to be included in such a well-read technology magazine.
UPDATES AND NEWS:
Ukunda Project is underway! In January Rene and his wife went to Kenya to deliver the much needed supplies purchased for a school in much need of school supplies. You can read about this at the Ukunda Project's website: http://www.up.digitalschool.nl In case you do not know about it, the Ukunda Project is a global project to raise school supplies for a poor elementary school in Ukunda, Kenya. It also has reports on it about wildlife in Kenya and area refuges. If you are interested in helping out, go to the site above and find out how.
If you have a special trip to a special city you wish to tell us about...or if your own city or town is having a special celebration this fall, we would love to hear about it...please email us at email@example.com to let us know.
We believe that your city, town, or village is special and we want to help you tell others about how special it is to you and why. Please e-mail us if you have any questions or concerns.
Joan, Rene, and Hajime
CITY QUEST cohosts
(c) 2001-2005 - Rene de Vries, Joan Goble and Hajime Yanase