California Educator

August 2014

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CTA & You T A N Z A N I A , F R A N C E , C R O A T I A , New Orleans, Washington, D.C., Niagara Falls, Key West, New Mexico and across California. Members who took their CTA magazine along this summer and submitted photos of their travels were spending time with family, teaching summer school, doing research for the coming school year, and volunteering (for the Vacaville Police Department). Three are winning $50 in school supplies for their photos. "These photos of teachers engaged in learning or advocacy over the summer are a real inspiration," said Brigitte Davila, California Faculty Association, San Francisco State University, who served as one of our judges. The CTA Communications Committee judged the entries, which can be seen at Location and identifiable icons, composition, photo descriptions and humor were judging criteria. Educators are everywhere Photo Contest winners AND THE WINNERS ARE: JENNIFER LOW, CTA of Berryessa (San Jose) This photo was taken at the Colonial Williamsburg Teacher Institute in Virginia with some of the fife players from the fife and drummers group. This was at the beginning of the 4th of July celebration. LISA DABEL, Cupertino Education Association This summer I traveled to Tanzania. This photo is of me at the top of Uhuru Peak. (Another one was at the Machame entry gate to Mt. Kilimanjaro.) ARLYNN WARD, Mother Lode Teachers Association, and MARGARET ROURKE, Mountain Valley Teachers Association We are sisters on a road trip with our parents, learning about our family history. We made a stop in Mitchell, South Dakota, which has the world's only corn palace. Originated in 1892, it has many murals made from 12 different naturally colored types of corn, other grains and native grasses. Contest 57 V O L U M E 1 9 I S S U E 1

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