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Jenny Jones

4th Grade Teacher, Glenburn Elementary School in Bangor, Maine

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PRESENTED ON FEB 21, 2014
IN BANGOR, ME @ VOL 11

Jenny Jones lives in Bangor and teaches 4th grade at the Glenburn Elementary School. Outside of the classroom, she loves reading, geocaching, and playing board games. Jenny describes how she combines her love of social media and passion for teaching and takes her classroom around the world.

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