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volume three, issue three
March is Women's History Month. In observance, Amy has selected some "Amazing Women" websites and is hosting the "Amazing Women Survey." Be sure to share your own tributes to important women who have influenced society.
Do you have some work to do? Well, our Spotlight feature can help. Simple machines are tools that make work easier. We like to think that our Spotlight feature makes your work easier too. So do you think that means the Spotlight feature is a kind of simple machine? Not really, but it makes us wonder.
Spend a minute reflecting with ME. The topic this month is reflection...with mirrors. Have you ever thought about the symmetry of our alphabet? It only takes a minute to reflect.
The Downtown School, our online school of the month, located in Des Moines, Iowa, offers an excellent collection of student work online for you to see. Be sure to visit. Don't forget to try your luck at our puzzle and explore our five favorite websites of the month.

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