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Nazarene Educator Honored by Local School District
by Beula Postlewait

A Dream Come True
“Being able to plan this building from conception to construction has been the most interesting project of my teaching career,” says Cindy Alsip, from Greenville County, South Carolina, who had the privilege of seeing a professional dream come true.

Cindy is talking about a 54,000-square-foot building with room for 400 students. It is a new wing—at this point called Building B--for the J. L. Mann High School. It will house the NewTech@Mann program with an educational model that emphasizes project-based learning. Cindy Alsip is the director of NewTech@Mann. The space in this building is totally different from traditional lecture-style classrooms.

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