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2011 U.S. Cellular Calling All Communities Champions

Seymour Primary School, Seymour, Tenn. - $150,000
The school plans to enhance its technology and purchase other educational tools with the prize money.

Capshaw Elementary School, Cookeville, Tenn. - $50,000
The school plans to update its old computer lab.

Cardinal Joseph Bernardin Catholic School, Orland Hills, Ill. - $50,000
The private school will upgrade technology in every classroom with interactive white boards.

Christ Covenant School, Winterville, N.C. - $50,000
The school is deciding the best ways to allocate its winnings.

Community Lutheran School, Readlyn, Iowa - $50,000
The school plans to upgrade its technology and software, build a new preschool room, improve day care opportunities and update the curriculum for its 53 students.

Fremont Stars Elementary School, Fremont, N.C. - $50,000
The school will use the money to build a new playground for its students.

Hobbton Middle School, Newton Grove, N.C. - $50,000
The school plans to upgrade the technology in the classrooms.

Immaculate Conception School, Jefferson City, Mo. - $50,000
The school plans to upgrade the technology, including replacing the old computers.

La Grange Elementary School, La Grange, N.C. - $50,000
The school will improve the campus with its winnings.

Lutheran Interparish School, Williamsburg, Iowa - $50,000
The school will use the funds on community outreach, technology and tuition assistance.

Mother Teresa Catholic Academy, Crete, Ill. - $50,000
The school plans to improve the student technology.

North Drive Elementary School, Goldsboro, N.C. - $50,000
The school plans to build a new playground.

Pickett County K–8 School, Byrdstown, Tenn. - $50,000
The school is deciding the best ways to allocate its winnings.

St. Stephen the Martyr School, Omaha, Neb. - $50,000
The school plans to improve the student technology.

Tommy's Road Elementary School, Goldsboro, N.C. - $50,000
The school plans to build a new playground.

Trinity Lutheran School, Cedar Rapids, Iowa - $50,000
The school plans to make improvements to buildings and upgrade technology. Each classroom can also allocate a portion to organizations of their choice.

Wayne Christian School, Goldsboro, N.C. - $50,000
The school purchased a 23-passenger shuttle bus and plans to put the rest towards new playground equipment and upgrades to the school's HVAC system.

Woodland Elementary School, Joliet, Ill. - $50,000
The school plans to allocate the funds for new science labs, field trips and parent workshops.