Building Global Bridges: A Multimedia Celebration of Third, Fourth, and Fifth Grade Student Work – Hobart and William Smith Colleges \
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Building Global Bridges: A Multimedia Celebration of Third, Fourth, and Fifth Grade Student Work

Students at West Street Elementary, North Street Elementary, and Lafayette Intermediate schools will present their work as part of the BRIDGE program from 6-8 p.m. on Tuesday, April 5, in the atrium of the Warren Hunting Smith Library.

LaFayette third graders will show artwork and reports relating to their study of Asian culture. Fourth and fifth-graders from North Street and West Street schools in Geneva will present materials relating to Senegal and Vietnam.

The BRIDGE project, Bringing Relevant Internet Dialogue to Global Education, uses Web-based technologies and traditional educational resources to engage elementary school student in sustained inquiry about other cultures and regions of the world. The 2004-2005 BRIDGE Project is an ongoing collaboration between Hobart and William Smith Colleges, the Geneva City School District and the Waterloo Central School District.