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One Season of Hope

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Polycom Special Event





One Season of Hope

 with author Jim Stovall


Date:     Tuesday, May 3, 2016 


Time:     12:00-1:00 ET (11:00 CT, 10:00 MT, 9:00 PT)

              5 classes    



Grades: 6th-9th


Required Book: One Season of Hope by Jim Stovall 

REGISTERED classes will receive books for their class!


Partners: Author coordination/liaison: Elaine Shuck, Polycom, Inc.,

Event coordination: Sue Porter, Polycom Education Consultant, Oklahoma State University at Tulsa


Faced with the challenge of total blindness, Jim Stovall has gone on to become a National Olympic weightlifting champion; an Emmy Award winner; the President and Co-Founder of Narrative Television Network; and a world-renowned author and speaker. One Season of Hope is the first in Mr. Stovall's Homecoming Historical Series that combines a story at a high school and a link to a historical figure. His first is a combination of emotion, wisdom and hope told through the perspective of Glen Fullerton, “a man for the last forty-two years in the Truman High universe, simply known as Coach.”


ASK (Authors Specialist and Knowledge) is a process that provides students with the opportunity to interview an author or a subject specialist in the topic they are reading about in a novel. 

Preparation resources available here - 



Please make sure you can commit to the work necessary to prepare for this program before registering your class.

Questions? Email Sue Porter at polycomspecialevents@gmail.com


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