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Classroom Grand Awardees - 2016/17 Academic Year

ONCE UPON A BOOK LITERACY BACKPACKS

DEBBIE GALLOWAY from JACKSON ELEMENTARY         

AMOUNT: $747.01

16 backpacks for grades TK, Kindergarten and First Grade that will contain a variety of fairytale and non-fiction books for students to take home throughout the school year.


LINCOLN CARE CLOSET

REBEKAH RICHARDSON from LINCOLN ELEMENTARY      

AMOUNT: $350.00

Creation of an organized, established, easily-accessible room on the Lincoln Campus where families can access donated clothing collected through community donations.


CUTTING WITH LASERS

MATTHEW NELSON from QUAIL LAKE ENVIRONMENTAL CHARTER SCHOOL     

AMOUNT: $600.26

This grant will fund the purchase of a 40-watt computer controlled CO2 Cutting Laser which will be used by the Science Olympiad Team, Robotics Club, Technology Club, as well as all third grade students during the weekly technology rotations.


PERFORMING ARTS PRODUCTION

BONNIE GONZALEZ from SANGER ACADEMY CHARTER SCHOOL

AMOUNT: $699.50

This grant will fund a complete dramatic production to be presented to the entire Sanger Academy community.  The drama elective students will perform in a full-length play, with the art students creating the background set, and music students providing all necessary background music.  


MATH CLUB

LAUREN DOWNS from SANGER ACADEMY CHARTER SCHOOL

AMOUNT: $363.45

This grant will fund the purchase of various games to be used by students attending the weekly Math Club, in an effort to promote mathematical thinking school wide.  


EXPLORING THE NIGHT SKY

JAYMES VASQUEZ from SANGER COMMUNITY DAY SCHOOL

AMOUNT: $750.00

This grant funds the purchase of a GPS controlled telescope to add to the improvement of the science curriculum in keeping up with new NGSS standards.


OZOBOTS STEM PROGRAM

JANELL MILLER from WASHINGTON ACADEMIC MIDDLE SCHOOL

AMOUNT: $750.00

The Ozobot is a small robot that can be programmed with five modes and allows students to learn basic programming and Javascript, in addition to learning sequencing and logic.



WILSON MAKERSPACE

JANET YOUNG from WILSON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

AMOUNT: $684.58

This grant funds the purchase robotic kits and Code Master Programming Logic games for use in the library during student lunch break.