College Heights Early Childhood Learning Center
$750 was awarded to Angela Gabriel to purchase rain gear for her students to keep them active during inclement weather.
Clairemont Elementary School
$750 was awarded to Alyson Barrera to fund a third grade bi-lingual theatrical production.
$900 was awarded to Jordan Reed to purchase sensory tools for students with severe disabilities.
$1,470 was awarded to Jillian Farley to expand the classroom’s book collection on social justice.
$913 was awarded to Tara Kramer for alternative seating in her second-grade class.
$330 was awarded to Laurie Kezh to outfit a sensory-based classroom.
Glennwood Elementary School
$500 was awarded to Amelia Copp to purchase Zearn, a digital math program, and the appropriate training.
$1,500 was awarded to Dianna Watson to purchase supplies for Education Literacy Labs.
$1,487 was awarded to Heather Thaker to purchase materials for students with speech and language disorders.
Oakhurst Elementary School
$750 was awarded to Alexandra Ferretti to publish students’ storybooks for third-grade students.
Westchester Elementary School
$467 was awarded to Stacey Foster to purchase Catchbox, an audio enhancement system to encourage soft spoken students.
$600 was awarded to Desiree Cabrices to set up a classroom kitchen.
$1,035 was awarded to Rhonda Bowden to purchase a Read Live Reading Lab.
$1,500 was awarded to Justin Stubbs to purchase a hydration station to encourage the use of reusable water bottles.
$500 was awarded to Wayne Cordy to fund Movement through Space Program.
$1,500 was awarded to Nadine Howarth to fund consulting fees and materials for visual artist Jeff Mathers in preparation of the third-grade expedition.
$1,500 was awarded to Stacey Foster to fund consulting fees and materials for performing artist Ericka Shannon in preparation of the Celebration of Learning Community Day.
Winnona Park Elementary School
$1,012 was awarded to Cindy Clark to purchase a music notation board for the classroom.
4/5 Academy at Fifth Avenue
$537 was awarded to Kimberly Jeffery for the F.AVE Five Crew Hands-on Experiences to promote functional independence.
$500 was awarded to Jonah Goode to purchase a Mevo camera to share learning in the classroom.
$270 was awarded to Angelina Prophet to purchase a copy of “I Am Malala” for every student in her class.
$600 was awarded to Juliana Souki to create a portable Spanish language lab.
$800 was awarded to Beth Soons to purchase alternative seating for differentiated learning.
Renfroe Middle School
$300 was awarded to LaVerne Ware to purchase materials to support an RMS Boys Group.
$240 was awarded to Chris Kanne to fund transportation and to purchase embroidery floss to develop a “Friends with Veterans” program.
$400 was awarded to Dawn Bolton to purchase books for struggling readers in the Boys’ Book Club.
$750 was awarded to David Hirschorn to cover the costs of master piano accompanist to accompany the choir in rehearsals and performances, and for a choral movement expert to assist in teaching.
$275 was awarded to Dana Jackson to pay for bouncy bands to help improve focus in the classroom.
$867 was awarded to Dawn Bolton to purchase four standing desks for active students.
Decatur High School
$809 was awarded to David Custer to purchase six Sphero SPRK+ robots to help teach students coding in the AP Computer Science class and after-school Coding Club.
$750 was awarded to Rachel Seasholtz to fund Math Team competitions and to cover the cost of materials and speakers to visit the Math Club.
$335 was awarded to Cherith Johnson to purchase a document camera to improve instructional strategies and to model skills such as note taking.
$1,431 was awarded to Kevin Champion to provide AMDM (Advanced Mathematical Decision Making) project-based learning materials for a series of long-term, hands-on projects.
$999 was awarded to Sean DeWeese to purchase a vacuum pump for Chemistry and Physics experiments.
$1,150 was awarded to Dalhya Lusk to purchase a water distiller and an electrolysis demonstration apparatus for experiments.
$1,500 was awarded to Elise Eskew Sparks to expand the DHS choral music library to include music for the men’s chorus group.
$1,500 was awarded to Cheryl Nahmias to purchase a bass clarinet for the DHS band.
$1,000 was awarded to Ben Knaebel to fund the attendance of two counselors of the Stressed Teens Certificate Program.