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Employment History

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Brandywine Elementary School


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Leaderpub.com

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Carol Christner chaired the Miss Berrien Springs float and stage committees for 13 years.She teaches at Brandywine Elementary School.She is a graduate of Western Michigan University and has a master's degree in education from Michigan State University.She was a finalist in the Miss Berrien Springs pageant while in high school.


SouthBendTribune.com: Giving spirit

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NILES -- It's been about a decade since Brandywine Elementary School teacher Carol Christner first began incorporating service projects into her curriculum.Since that time, through projects such as an annual holiday food and clothing drive, she has tried to instill in her sixth-grade students the importance of helping others through tough times.Last year alone her students collected more than three tons of food and 160 boxes of clothing for Brandywine families and other local charities.Christner and her class hope to see him back at Brandywine soon.And until that time she says they plan to keep in touch with him.Eleven-year-old Chelsea Ravish says she is glad for the chance to encourage Kyle and collect donations for strangers."It feels nice to help other people," she said.Christner hopes the things her students have seen and done will have a long-term impact on them."Because if they can learn to give a little of themselves to others, they're going to make good citizens," she said.


SouthBendTribune.com: Area Briefs

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Radio personality Wild Bill Lewis of Y-Country, 97.5 FM, heard of Cory's generosity from Brandywine teacher Carol Christner and wanted to reward the boy.


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