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Grants

$22,723

Spring 2018 Grants

District-Wide​

Presentation of District Art Show- This grant helps provide funding for the annual art show; "Art Through the Ages"

STEM "Technology Toolbox- The grant provides robotics and virtual reality equipment to enhance and integrate STEM into classes in all grades across all disciplines.

Awarded to Karen Ares

Shepherd Hill

3D Printing to Enhance Project-Based Science Curriculum Shepherd Hill students will print models of complex molecular concepts and create unique lab apparatuses.  

Awarded to Thomas Courtemanche.            KARL STORZ GRANT

Mason Road School

Construction & Design Based Project Learning- The grant will permit the introduction of project based learning at the kindergarten level. Students will have opportunities to build, create, and learn about concepts including motion, stability, construction, etc.  

Awarded to Kim Lundquist & K Team.          LILLEY FAMILY GRANT

Social Emotional Foundations - All Mason Rd students will receive universal social emotional instruction using researched based Second Step programs.  

Awarded to Lauren Dunn.

          

Charlton Elementary

Construction & Design Based Project Learning - The grant will permit the introduction of project based learning at the kindergarten level. Students will have opportunities to build, create, and learn about concepts including motion, stability, construction, etc.  

Awarded to Jodi Foley & K Team.                  LILLEY FAMILY GRANT

          

Dudley Elementary

Technology Class Transformation- Dudley Elementary students will experience new tech tools in updated technology classes.  

Awarded to Katrina Schmitt.

          

Heritage School

Hands-On Equations: Bringing Algebraic Thinking to Life! - Heritage students will be exposed to a pilot Hands-On Equations program to assist all, including the least mathematically confident students, find success.  

Awarded to Katie Lyons

          

Charlton Middle School

Creating a Lego Wall- Materials will be bought to build LEGO wall library. The wall will provide opportunities for students to create, tinker, visualize, problem solve and more. From diagraming math, graphing outcomes of science experiments, to displaying historic scenes and more.  

Awarded to Susan Briere.

          

Dudley Middle School

Creating a Lego Wall- Materials will be bought to build LEGO wall library. The wall will provide opportunities for students to create, tinker, visualize, problem solve and more. From diagraming math, graphing outcomes of science experiments, to displaying historic scenes and more.  

Awarded to Susan Briere.

Girls’ Night Out: Mind, Body & Soul- Dudley Middle School girls gr 5 - 8 will be provided the opportunities to be exposed to a variety of activities designed to empower and encourage assertiveness, self-confidence, and mindfulness.  Awarded to Claudette Eagleton.