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We dot appear in the School Map
Dear Mathilde,
I am a teacher from Woodlands School, Montevideo , Uruguay. (South America)

Our 2011 School’s project, to celebrate Chemistry Year, in Grade 5 is WATER!.

Kids were anxious to participate in The Global Experiment. So students collected several water sample from different rivers of our country and followed the guidelines for EXPERIMENT 1 On August 12th I submitted the data.

We could observe how in the pH map how Uruguay appeared and showed its pH.

Unfortunately, we cannot locate ourselves in the SCHOOL MAP, nor in the list of submitted data as a another school participating in this global experiment.

Do you know why this occurs?
Can we solve it somehow?

Best regards,
Ma Helena
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RE: We dot appear in the School Map
8/31/11 11:20 AM as a reply to Maria Helena Freyre.
Dear Maria Helena,

Thank you very much for your participation in the Global Experiment of the International Year of Chemistry.

I have updated the Schools Map today, and Woodlands School now appears on it.

Your data is also in the list of submissions, with the number 1141.

Thank you for the nice pictures too!

Kind regards,

Mathilde
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