Flint River Project

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The Immersion Project- What made it special

The Immersion Project was great. I had so much fun. I learned so many things that I never knew before about the Flint. Most of all, I learned respect for the river that does so much for our community. To reflect on everything that I did throughout the past week, I posted a schedule of everything that my group, Literature, did everyday and what I enjoyed most about it. I had the great opportunity to film everything that we did. I am so glad that I was able to capture the beauty of the Flint…See More
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Flint River: Small Town, Big Heart

The Flint River has touched the lives of many. It runs 150 miles from as far north as Atlanta to as far south as Apalachicola. The Flint River is fed by two local water sources in our area. It is fed by the Kinchafoonee Creek just north of Albany and the Ichawaynochaway Creek in southwestern Mitchell County. Somewhere along its long journey, the waters of the Flint have touched somebody's life. The Flint is used as a reservoir for irrigation for local farmers. With all of the rain that has just…See More
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Press Release- The River Writers

Just as Mark Twain made the Mississippi River famous in his novel, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, the Westwood High School “River Writers” Team is going to make the Flint River memorable in our first chapter of the Immersion Project 2009. This group consists of two leaders, Ms. Betsy C. and Mrs. Meg W., along with 15 high school students from grades 9-12. We fifteen…See More
Mar 27, 2009

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Learning in the Arts

On Tuesday, we traveled to the Morgan's to interview Mr. Bubba J. After conducting his interview, Ms. Betsy allowed us to venture to a quiet place that we could find to write a poem. I found my quiet place on a little sandbar surrounded by water on both sides. It was a great place to write and meditate. I was able to write Embracing Life's Beauty, a poem that describes the Flint River.



Embracing Life's Beauty

Sitting under the river tree



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Posted on May 15, 2009 at 8:30am

The Immersion Project- What made it special

The Immersion Project was great. I had so much fun. I learned so many things that I never knew before about the Flint. Most of all, I learned respect for the river that does so much for our community. To reflect on everything that I did throughout the past week, I posted a schedule of everything that my group, Literature, did everyday and what I enjoyed most about it. I had the great opportunity to film everything that we did. I am so glad that I was able to capture the beauty of the Flint… Continue

Posted on May 14, 2009 at 9:00pm

Flint River: Small Town, Big Heart

The Flint River has touched the lives of many. It runs 150 miles from as far north as Atlanta to as far south as Apalachicola. The Flint River is fed by two local water sources in our area. It is fed by the Kinchafoonee Creek just north of Albany and the Ichawaynochaway Creek in southwestern Mitchell County. Somewhere along its long journey, the waters of the Flint have touched somebody's life. The Flint is used as a reservoir for irrigation for local farmers. With all of the rain that has just… Continue

Posted on May 8, 2009 at 11:00am

Press Release- The River Writers

Just as Mark Twain made the Mississippi River famous in his novel, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, the Westwood High School “River Writers” Team is going to make the Flint River memorable in our first chapter of the Immersion Project 2009. This group consists of two leaders, Ms. Betsy C. and Mrs. Meg W., along with 15 high school students from grades 9-12. We fifteen… Continue

Posted on March 27, 2009 at 11:00am — 3 Comments

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