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Monday, February 21, 2011

SchoolE Awards Update for Week 2/12 - 2/18

With only 3 weeks left of the nomination round we are receiving hundreds of SchoolE nominations every day. The schools are definitely competing for their chance to proceed to the judging round. For the 2nd week in a row, Rockingham County Schools is making their presence known. They've inched their way up to the #1 spot in total nominations - beating out Texas's Brownsville ISD and Missouri's Independence 30. Rockingham took over the #1 spot in less than two weeks!

This week has been a busy one for SchoolE we've had 4 new states join the competition! We have now received nominations from every state except 2! The four new districts to first represent their states in the SchoolE awards are:


Montgomery City Schools from Montgomery, AL
Archbishop Spalding High School from Severn, MD
Litchfield School District from Litchfield, NH &
La Salle Academy from Providence, RI


Congrats to these schools - keep nominating! As Rockingham County Schools has shown, it's never too late to break into the top 10 or even the #1 spot.

The SchoolE awards are getting bigger and more active than ever! Even with only 3 weeks left in the nomination round of the competition we still expect to see thousands of more nominations to close out the round! We have received almost four times the amount of nominations than last year, so make sure to keep nominating your district by Facebook, Twitter, and E-mail to move up in the number of nominations or to maintain your position! Remember that only the top 15 schools in each category (Large, Medium, and Small School Districts) will move on to the judging round!

Take advantage of the Top District's profile pages to assess your schools position or see how many nominations you need to catch up with a district in your category!

Tell your friends, collegues and community to nominate your district for SchoolE to get the recognition your districts website deserves!

Good luck to all districts and keep up the nominating!

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