3 Time Winner
Share & Shine
Digital Equity Project
Pastor Chris Ward
won the 2003 Disney Helping Hand Top Award for his Digital Equity
Project Share & Shine. This project collected donated computers,
rebuilt them, reimaged them, and awarded them to over 200 needy
and worthy 8th graders.
Technology + Aquaculture
+ Agriculture = Food Security
Special Judges Award
$2.500.00 and $500.00
Windy Hill Middle School:
"Hunger Awareness and Human Rights
Curriculum in the Middle School."
The Hunger Awareness and Human Rights Curriculum
was created to introduce students to the problems of hunger, homelessness
and human rights in America. It is specially designed to solicit
a humanitarian response at the middle school level to the hungry
and homeless in the community.
Chris Ward, Mike
Fisher, and the King of Tonga
the Tongan Wordprocessor in the Tongan language with the help
of his gifted computer class at Contra Costa Christian High School
in 1986. He is seen here with student Mike Fisher presenting Fakafuofua
it to the King of Tong, Taufa' ahuo Toupou the 4th at the ACSI
teachers convention in Los Angeles, California.
Ward Goes to Tonga
Teacher of the Year
Teacher of the Year in 1990, 1991, and the Mouscar
Disney Teacherrific Special Judges Award in 1999.
Disney Teacherrific Nominee 2001, and 2004.
Chris Ward has been a school teacher since 1982.
He taught at Rubidoux High School, and CCC High School, in California;
Lavengamalie College in Nuku'alofa, Tonga, South Pacific; Private
Industry Council--Careers in Tourism, South Lake Education Center,
Lee Adult, Clermont Middle School, Windy Hill Middle School, Gray
Middle, and South Lake High School in Lake County Florida. He
has also taught in Haiti, Guatemala, and Kenya.
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