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The Annual October/November Theme is:
The Virtual Haunted House!
MidLink Magazine is an official
CyberSurfari Outpost!

  • Character Counts! Once again we are celebrating National Character Counts Week. Check out our growing list of role models, or tell us about people of good character in your neighborhood.
  • FEMA for Kids! This new site offers help, support, and FUN while you learn how to stay safe in a disaster. Middle school students helped build this site. Try the games and puzzles!
  • Now KIDS can vote! Visit the Kids Voting homepage and see what the Wake County Public School System (WCPSS) is doing!
  • You're in the the Write Spot. Come read what people have sent in. PLEASE send us some of your stories, poetry, or drama..
  • Go on a safari! A Cyber Surfari! We're hosting an outpost for the Cyber Surfari this year. Get clues, find codes, have fun!

  • | 3-D Models | The Virtual Quilt | Exploris | Camping Page | MadLibs |

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    3-D Web-olution!:
    Virtual models from Hawaii and Belarus. View these by downloading them or in Realtime! You can download the plug-in and play them in your web browser.
    "I Have a Dream... Too!": This Section Features stories written by kids about their dreams and hopes of the future. Don't forget to check out these great Links to pages about Famous Peacemakers.
    Our Camping Pag: provides a information source for those who enjoy this outdoor activity. It includes links, camping experiences, and lists of items that you should bring for different seasons.
    The Virtual Quilt:
    Curl up by the fire under the virtual quilt and drink a cup of hot chocolate with your cyber-friends. This project features "patches" and stories created by kids representing their countries, states, and territories.
    The all-time favorite of the fill in the blank, and read it out activity. Here you will find a MadLibs document created with Java by the students of MidLink.
    A new kind of museum for YOU! When the doors open in Raleigh, North Carolina, in February, 1999, this will be the nation's first interactive global learning center.

    Questions or comments to: Caroline McCullen,Ligon GT Magnet Middle SchoolRaleigh, NC
    Educator-on-Loan, North Carolina Department of Public Instruction
    Late Revision: November 2, 1997
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