DreamBox Announces Customer Story Video Winners!
Congratulations to the Grand Prize winner of the “Tell Us Your DreamBox Story” contest. Elizabeth Scott Elementary School in Chester, Virginia will receive 10 new iPads® to make DreamBox Learning Math even more fun! We could rave about how outstanding their video is, but just take a look to see for yourself.
Watch the Grand Prize–winning story!
“Making math fun” stories. The students at Elizabeth Scott Elementary School say great things about DreamBox. “It’s a game for your brain,” says one of the students, “and you just don’t realize that you’re also learning.” So did Principal Temple, who enthused, “DreamBox differentiates for each student and helps them to be successful wherever they are. The kids just love it!”
“This is awesome!” says DreamBox CEO and President Jessie Woolley-Wilson. ‘‘We are thrilled with the great DreamBox math stories we’ve received,” continues Woolley-Wilson, “It’s rewarding to see how DreamBox is cultivating confident young mathematicians across the country!”
Three finalists gave rave reviews as well. The finalists, who will all receive one iPad for their school, also have great “I love DreamBox” stories. A third grade student from Chaska Elementary School, in Chaska, Minnesota, raves, “I love DreamBox because it doesn’t make me so frustrated in math. It’s taught me how to do it an easier way.” A kindergarten student from Randolph Lower School, in Huntsville, Alabama, says, “DreamBox is helping me learn more about math—and now I’m getting all of it right!” Kelly Engel, a kindergarten teacher from Allendale Elementary, in Arvada, Colorado says, “I love how DreamBox fosters independence with my students while enforcing some of the skills I’ve taught in the classroom. I also love how it engages all students no matter their level of learning.”
- Chaska Elementary School (Chaska, Minnesota)
- Randolph Lower School (Huntsville, Alabama)
- Allendale Elementary (Arvada, Colorado)
Kudos to all of our winners!
Thank you from everyone at DreamBox Learning. We appreciate all the DreamBox fan videos and everyone who submitted their story. You’re terrific!
Do you have a DreamBox story you’d love to share with us? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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