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Dolan's $60,000 Class Project 2013

The Dolan Class Project is BACK and this year we've added an additional $10,000 into the mix, increased the number of winners, and will be awarding two classrooms with even bigger prizes! The classroom with the most votes will receive $5,000, and our Dolan Auto Group Employee Pick will award one additional classroom with $5,000. There will also be 20 classrooms that will be awarded $2,500 each.


CONTEST TERMS & CONDITIONS: Dolan's $60,000 Class Project 2013

Introduction: Dolan Automotive Group ("Sponsor") is offering a $60,000 Class Project Project promotion (the "Promotion")

NO PURCHASE IS NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN. VOID WHERE PROHIBITED BY LAW.

Eligibility: Entrants must be an employed K-12 public school or publicly funded charter school teacher in one of the following counties (Carson City, Churchill, Douglas, Humbolt, Lyon, Mineral, Pershing, Storey, Washoe) at the time of entry. Void where prohibited by law or regulation. The Promotion is subject to all applicable federal, state and local laws. Any entries not eligible for any reason will be disqualified from winning and ineligible entries may be deleted. Any entry that is awarded funds and is later determined to have been ineligible will be required to return any award of monetary or material value within 7 days upon notification of disqualification and ineligibility. Employees of the Sponsor and its subsidiaries, affiliated companies, agents, and their immediate family (defined as parents, spouse, children, siblings, grandparents), and all those with whom such employees are domiciled, are NOT eligible to participate in the Promotion.

Entry Requirements: To enter the Promotion, visit http://www.dolanautogroup.com/class-project-2013.htm. Submit all required information and agree to Promotion terms. Limit one entry per teacher/classroom.

All Entries must be submitted between 12:00:01 a.m. Pacific Standard Time ("PST") on September 30, 2013, and 11:59:59 p.m. PST on October 13, 2013 (the "Entry Period").

After winners are selected, the winners will make themselves available for written / over-the-phone interviews by Sponsor and its designees.

Winner Notification: The winners will be notified via email and/or phone. Potential winners must respond to their notification within 7 days of receipt or they will be disqualified. Potential winners may be required to execute and return and Affidavit of Eligibility, Liability and (where legal) Publicity Release within 14 days of issuance of notification or they will be disqualified. Noncompliance with the foregoing, these official rules, Sponsor's inability to contact potential winners within a reasonable time period or notification returned as non-deliverable, may result in disqualification and, at Sponsor's discretion, a runner-up may be notified.

By accepting any funds, the winners grants Sponsor and its designees the right to use his/her name, city and state of residence, likeness and biographical information in any and all media for any purposes throughout the world in perpetuity, without additional compensation, notice or permission, unless prohibited by law. If a winner requests (in writing to Sponsor) confidentiality, only a first name and state will be provided.

Project Funding: Winners will be awarded either $5,000 or $2,500 to fund their class project, Sponsor will aid in the purchase of any and all materials related to the project if applicable.

Limitation of Liability: Sponsor and its affiliates will not be responsible for late, lost, stolen, or misdirected, damaged, incomplete, or illegible entries; or entries that are lost due to computer, Internet, or electronic malfunction. Sponsor reserves the right to cancel or modify the Promotion and award the funds through an alternate means if fraud or technical failure compromises the integrity of the Promotion, as determined by it in its sole discretion. Entrants agree that Sponsor, its promotion partners, affiliates, agencies, and their respective employees or officers shall not be liable for injury, losses, damages, or costs of any kind resulting from participation in this Promotion or acceptance of or us or misuse of funds or parts thereof. In the even to a dispute regarding the identity of the person submitting an electronic entry will be deemed to be submitted by the person in whose name the e-mail account is registered.

Additional Terms: Entrants acknowledge that this Promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with, Facebook. Entrants release Facebook completely. Any questions, comments or complaints regarding the Promotion must be directed to Dolan Automotive Group, not Facebook.

Governing Law; Venue: This Promotion will be governed by the laws of the State of Nevada without reference to its choice of law principles. The entrants agree to submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the state courts located in Washoe County in the State of Nevada, with respect to disputes hereunder.

Sponsor: The Sponsor of this Promotion can be contacted at promotions@bausermangroup.com



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French Ford Middle School | Mrs. Martin


One Class Shoots for the Stars!- The students in my 5th grade classroom have a voracious appetite for knowledge especially when it comes to the universe and the thought of ?extraterrestrial? life.  For a project, the class wants to put together something with their hands that incorporates science and technology.  We came up with the idea of getting an astrophotography telescope with the hopes of hosting an astronomy family night at our school.
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Bailey Charter Elementary School | Ms. Harrell


Help Us Fund a Library- We would use the Dolan automotive grant to begin work on a library for Bailey Charter Elementary School.  At the current time, we have a good base of books and even a building to house them in.  The problem is the building is not currently up to fire code standards and because of this we are unable to allow the students to use the facility.
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Alyce Taylor Elementary School | Mrs. Falk


Alyce Taylor Gators LOVE to Read!- We need books about animals, plants, fairy tales, space, cultures, geography, poetry, famous Americans, electricity, states, engineering,  math, etc.  Alyce Taylor is one of those schools that falls through the funding cracks because we do not receive Title I or any extra government funding.  All resources must be purchased by the school or the teachers.
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Silver Stage Elementary School


The Nighthawk G.R.E.E.N Team- Our goal is to show all of our students in grades Pre-K - 8th that even in the middle of an economically challenged desert, you can create something from nothing and help the earth while you do it! Each day, my students collect around 50 lbs. of 'trash' - compostable things like fruit or veggie scraps that ordinarily would be discarded - from the classrooms and lunchrooms. This 'trash' is now slowly being turned into rich, beautiful compost that will improve the school garden, and our local community garden as well.
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Empire Elementary School | Ms. Valentine


Project Hands- The money from your class project prize would be used to purchase an iPad mini for our students to videochat with other deaf students and Deaf adults as mentors using Skype, Facetime or similar applications. This would be equivalent to a ?hearing? person having a pen pal, but our students would be able to communicate live using ASL.
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Carson Montessori School | Ms. Abowd


Student Centered and Real World Application of Knowledge Using Technology- The upper elementary students of Ms. Abowd and Mr. Watson's class propose to use any funds generously given by Dolan Automotive Group to purchase six Windows 8 Surface Tablets.  Using the funding for this new technology would not only benefit the upper elementary students, but the whole school.
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Jesse Hall Elementary | Mrs. Whisler


iPads for Technology Integration-  In our classroom, we do not have sufficient access to information technology and students are not always able to proceed at the pace that they would like as they wait to access the little bit of technology we do have (two classroom computers).  While the iPads will not only offer this great resource, there are also countless apps that engage students in learning in all content areas.
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