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The Newspapers In Education (NIE) program welcomes teachers back to school and encourages teachers to sign up for the NIE program for this school year. By participating in this program, teachers will receive classroom copies of the Wilson County News each week to incorporate into any subject curriculum. Using the newspaper as a part of the curriculum is a great way to get students involved in the community, as well as reading and learning.

The program is free to schools and teachers. All we ask is for teachers and students to share with us, twice this school year, how they use the paper. We love to share this with oth-

er teachers, the newspaper staff, and with the sponsors who support the program.

Participating teachers will receive an email every Wednesday with tips on how to use the paper in the classroom. In addition, teachers will have access to a variety of online resources catered to using newspapers in classrooms.

For more information, contact Tiffany Polasek at Teachers can also sign up at

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