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Win a Classroom Makeover

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Hey parents and kids, do you think your classroom could use a makeover? If so, here's your chance. It's the second annual $40,000 classroom makeover contest run by 360 Office Solutions of Billings, Bozeman, and Helena.

"We hope to get flooded with entries because we understand every school has a need and if we could help with that would be great. It's a great opportunity for the school, it helps the kids learn when those products show up when they're put in place, and that's really what it's all about," said Vic Shay of Office Solutions.

All you have to do is send in photos and a 250 word essay. Last year the 2nd/3rd grade combination class at Fromberg Elementary School won the makeover.

Any Montana K through 12 School is eligible, and the deadline is October 11th.

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