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Alliance for Catholic Education (ACE) teacher Emily Ice works with her second-grade class students at St. John Neumann Regional School, Lilburn, on using words with short vowel sounds in a sentence. The 2010 Duke University graduate and Rye, N.Y., native went to Ghana over the summer to help set up computer labs.Photo By Michael Alexander
Alliance for Catholic Education (ACE) teacher Emily Ice works with her second-grade class students at St. John Neumann Regional School, Lilburn, on using words with short vowel sounds in a sentence. The 2010 Duke University graduate and Rye, N.Y., native went to Ghana over the summer to help set up computer labs.

Lilburn

St. John Neumann teacher spends summer consulting in Ghana

LILBURN—Emily Ice, beginning her third year of teaching at St. John Neumann Regional School in Lilburn, has always drawn upon the wisdom of more experienced teachers. In turn, Ice spent the summer in West Africa sharing what she has learned with others. A second-grade teacher, Ice was in Ghana from May 31 to July 20 […] Full Story