Help us get to Costa Rica!


Bryan Mascio, of the Robert J. Lister Academy, is developing a brand new curriculum which is a year-long, multidisciplinary, student project driven class that focuses on comparing and contrasting aspects of our culture to that of Monteverde, Costa Rica. Check out their blogs at www.costaricabryan.blogspot.com! The class will spend the fall reading Walking With Wolf and blogging about the many varied things the students are learning. In the spring, students will pick an area of personal interest and create an individual research project that compares some aspect of our home to that of Monteverde. Mid-spring, they will go to Monteverde for 10 days where the students will determine the itinerary to meet the needs of their projects. When they get back, there's still a lot of work to do as they'll be producing a culminating product to represent their learning.


We need your help to get there.  There are several ways you can help:



Hire the

Lister Leaf Busters

Hire the Lister Academy Costa Rica Class students to rake and dispose of the leaves in your yard.  The team will come with everything they need to clean your yard.  You get your weekend back and you'll be helping to fund their trip. Win-Win!

Rates:
$100.00 per ave yard
Large yards negotiable.

Contact Kristi Scarpone

kscarpone@comcast.net 207.752.2772



Join us at

Texas Roadhouse
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47 Fox Run Rd. Newington, NH
603-433-7427


Download the coupon


Thursday
November 4, 2010
4-10pm


20% of your sales will

be donated back!


You must bring the coupon in for us to get the donation, please bring it with you and enjoy a wonderful meal.

Spread the

Word

Please get to know our students, read their blogs. They would love to have your comments on their posts.

See Our Blogs

Bryan's (Teacher) Blog
Winston's Blog
Brittney N's Blog
Kristine's Blog
Mariah's Blog
Josh's Blog
Brittney F's Blog
Ashley's Blog

We'd so appreciate if you share their blog posts on Facebook or Twitter and help them spread the word.  We want everyone to know how hard they are working and how much this trip means to them.