Our fall grant reception was held on November 15, 2017. Twelve projects were funded for a total of $14,720. Congratulations to the following teachers who are dedicated to creating innovative and exciting classroom where all students can thrive.
  • Barbie Balensiefer, Happy Hollow Elementary "Hands-On Reading"
  • Mike Pinto, James Cole Elementary "Professionalism in Life Begins Here at School"
  • Amanda Knoy, Amelia Earhart Elementary "Coding the in 21st Century" made possible with generous support from Landis+Gyr
  • Joe Ruhl, Jefferson High School "Charles Darwin: Substitute Teacher"
  • Tracey Leuthold, Amelia Earhart Elementary "Making Space for Collaborative Learning"
  • Kimberly Deckard, Burnett Creek Elementary "Battle of the Books"
  • Eliza Talamantes, Sunnyside Intermediate "Exploring STEM Through Virtual Reality" made possible with generous support from Tate & Lyle
  • Ashlia Wisma, Klondike Elementary "A Multi-Sensory Approach to Literacy"
  • Kristy Delp, Mintonye Elementary "Lakeshore Learning"
  • Celeste Fernandez, Happy Hollow Elementary "Creating Innovators with a Makerspace Cart" made possible with generous support from Tate & Lyle
  • Kalisa Mitchell, Oakland High School "Make the Classroom Tangible: Class Trip to D.C."
  • Angela Yost, Klondike Middle School "Special Grounds"