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Its not always going to work, she said. You need to know how to do that. Lajoie called this the habits of mind and said there are some basics kids need to learn in terms of academics. But its more about how we interact with each other and the world and push ourselves in a way, he said. We want to be the type of school that does that; that sets kids up for that. Kate Cutko said shes noticed with her children that the looming tests seem oppressive and restrictive. There is an awareness of the gravity of the tests she never had as a child.
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BOWDOINHAM COMMUNITY SCHOOL Principal Chris Lajoie introduces the process the elementar y school is undergoing to develop a vision statement Monday night during a community forum. 
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“The durability and reliability of our computers makes them practical for both ground and aviation purposes.” The widespread use of night vision goggles has necessitated the adoption of light restricting filters for mobile computers. Aviation crews must be careful that the light of their laptops and tablets do not blind pilots who use night vision goggles to fly in dark, dangerous areas. Military forces on the ground are keen that enemies cannot detect their presence by using night vision goggles to spot light emitting from their tactical computers. “Special Forces have used AMREL’s rugged computers for years,” explains Mr. Chen. “We are especially pleased that we can offer them this feature, which enhances their safety by limiting their detectability. Of course, our night vision computing solutions also meet the less stringent aviation standards.” AMREL’s Night Vision Computing Solutions virtually eliminate all infrared emissions completely, which is important, since night vision goggles usually work in that part of the spectrum.
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