2014 Grant Awards

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Grant Award Winners 2014

Ms. Deborah Huber, District
for the purchase of Dynamic Seating Cushions to increase focus and concentration of students. This grant will enhance daily instruction using up-to-date

Mr. James Conroy, High School
for a sustainable greenhouse to grow flowers and vegetables. This green will enhance daily instruction by promoting self-esteem and and independent living.

Ms. Susan Palmer, High School
for the purchase of a barbeque trailer. This grant will help promote school spirit and community involvement.

Ms. Pamela Wilson, Intermediate School
for the purchase of a Reading Pen 2 portable reading device. This grant will help students be more successful readers.

Ms. Jessica Kriegner, Intermediate School
for the purchase of Versa Tiles for the 5th through 8th grade math labs. This grant promotes working in collaborative groups and enhancing student learning of mathematical concepts.

Ms. Jerri Skulsky, Intermediate School
for the purchase of a document camera. This grant will enhance daily instruction using up-to-date technology.

Ms. Dolores Vivarelli, Primary School
for the purchase of a small aquarium. This grant will foster care of a “living process.”

Ms. Karin Stanton, Primary School
for the purchase often (10) “Big Grip Frames and Stands” for the classroom iPads. To enhance daily instruction using up-to-date technology.

Ms. Danielle Landi, Primary School
for the purchase of a document camera. This grant will enhance daily instruction using up-to-date technology.

Ms. Megan Riordan, Primary School
for the purchase of a document camera. This grant will enhance daily instruction using up-to-date technology.

Ms. Janet Romano, Primary School
for the purchase of musical instruments. This grant will enhance the music program at the Primary School.

Ms. Paola Neff, Primary School
towards the cultural food/music celebration for the Mexican Holiday. This grant will help promote diversity and understanding of different cultures.

Ms. Deborah Huber, Primary School
for two (2) Wii controllers for special education students. This grant will help students with hand-eye coordination, problem solving skills, reason and communications skills