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Hello Build A Bike Students! 

If you are looking for additional ways to get involved with bikes in Providence, check out Recycle-A-Bike. 

Here is their link:

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Spring 2014

As one of the HUB Coordinators and specifically as the ELO Coordinator for E-Cubed Academy, I've had the opportunity to pop into several of the programs early this session and see some of the work that the students, community partners, and teachers are engaging in. I've already witnessed some pretty amazing levels of inquiry, discussion, and hands-on-learning among these students.

A sincere and early congratulations to the organizations and individuals providing such high quality learning experiences to Providence students!

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Great documentary about Gorham Silver & Mashapaug Pond

Big shout out to our friends at the Environmental Justice League of RI and Alvarez students in Dave Evans' AP Environmental Science class for putting together this great short documentary about the impact that Gorham Silver has had on Mashapaug Pond and the surrounding community. They created it with the help of local artist David Stephens. 

Alvarez students! If you haven't already seen this video, take the time to do so.

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Week 4 Highlights: Getting Prepared for the Big Events

Hey Hub Bloggers, 

Last week completed the 4th week of ELOs as JSEC and 2nd week at Alvarez! ELO students are getting ready for a variety of final projects & demonstrations and are excited to share their skills with everyone after the 10/8th week during Demo Day! Some highlights the Hub team wanted to share last week are: 

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Welcome Alvarez! And JSEC Week 3 - Hot Bags, Golf Apps and much more...

Welcome to all of our new ELO students, as well as the teachers and administrators over at Dr. Jorge Alvarez High School! It's so exciting to be kicking off week one at our second school! 

There was also a lot of great stuff going on in week three of the Spring ELO Session over at Juanita Sanchez 

The Passing the Torch Award goes to Candido for his blog about helping other student leaders from PLP learn about the role of student voice in JSEC's reform plan.

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