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i-reading groups

DISCOVERY ELEMENTARY

Students will have access to the latest online leveled readers to use during reading groups. The ipads will also be used to provide practice on the individual skills each student is working on.
Ipads will also be used to do technology projects and peer teach 

Technology - 2

posted July 30, 2013

1% Funded

 

 

Only $5630 Needed

 
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Fund a Flight!

PLANTATION HIGH

Our goal is to fund five student teams, of ten students per team, who are competing in the Team America Rocketry Challenge, the world's largest rocketry competition.  

Technology - 9-12

posted October 25, 2013

11% Funded

 

 

Only $1785 Needed

 
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Send Us Into Space!

Pompano Beach Middle

To provide computer engineering students opportunities to learn career education in space technology. 

Stem - 6-8

posted September 16, 2016

5% Funded

 

 

Only $1900 Needed

 
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Materials for National Art Honor Society Student Activities

PLANTATION HIGH

To raise money to help purchase paint, banner paper, plaster, and other materials for our club members to use when participating in various activities on campus and in our community throughout the year. These activities are community based projects like running a kids craft tent at Art in Park, creating school murals on campus, participating at Relay for Life Cancer Walk, creating get well cards for a local Children's Hospital, painting windows for the holidays on local storefronts, and several other community projects.  

Art - 9-12

posted October 25, 2013

3% Funded

 

 

Only $1914.31 Needed

 
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3D Printer

McNicol Middle

Our STEM and Magnet programs have the space and interest in expanding our technology to include 3D printing solutions for our students as they prepare for high school. Engineering, Art, Design, and programming are important parts of our magnet theme. 

Stem - 6-8

posted September 29, 2016

8% Funded

 

 

Only $1414 Needed

 
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Tenmarks for the Classroom

Riverside ELEMENTARY

I would like all 70 of my students to have Tenmarks to help them for this school year.  

Mathematics - 5

posted September 25, 2016

4% Funded

 

 

Only $1350 Needed

 
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Ten80 NSL Racing Competition

Blanche Ely HIGH

The students goals are to make it to the Final competition in May 2016. There goals are o learn more about STEM by entering Ten80 NSL Racing Challenge. 

Science - 9-12

posted December 18, 2015

4% Funded

 

 

Only $1340 Needed

 
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AP Psychology Disorders Classification & Understanding

Atlantic TECHNICAL College & Technical HIGH SCHOOL

Students will master the DSM-V topics and various disroders and symptoms of said disorder by having classroom and planning set of DSM-V that are current and prevailing psychological disorder guide and activities, such as case studies.  

Social Studies - 9-12

posted December 15, 2014

0% Funded

 

 

Only $1293.5 Needed

 
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The Children's Garden

MAPLEWOOD ELEMENTARY

The purpose of this project is to create a weed free, organic garden at school. Other information will include sharing info on natural pesticides, what grows best, raised garden beds, associated curriculum, outdoor learning center ideas, garden clubs, themed gardens, working with cafeteria staff, parent training's and other fun activities. 

Science - K-5

posted July 31, 2013

4% Funded

 

 

Only $1150 Needed

 
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Recycling Rocks!

WINGATE OAKS CENTER

This project is all about reusing, repurposing and beautifying our school and community. As a winner of the P3 Challenge last May the environment is very important to me. I am a true steward of my environment and so are my students. I focus my classroom activities on reducing our carbon footprint and repurposing what we already have. At the same time I am teaching my students about their community and giving back. My students and I will reuse and repurpose old tires, stepping stones, bottles, fabric and food grade drums to make a positive impact on our community. Beautiful planters, mosaic stepping stones, floral arrangements, animal bandanas, and unbelievable rain barrels are products that will result from this recycling initiative.  

Art - K-12

posted January 26, 2014

4% Funded

 

 

Only $1150 Needed

 
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“My Path Will Direct My Future”

WINSTON PARK ELEMENTARY

It is important for primary students to become familiarized and be introduced to STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) education. Bringing 21st century learning into the classroom through the use of STEM activities will allow my students to be enthusiastically involved in innovative ways of how they should think critically and solve real life problems. My goal is to create a research literacy/writing center, which will make allowance for the implementation of creating a 21st century classroom. The research literacy/writing center will provide an opportunity for students to research, read, write, listen, and speak more effectively as they are motivated through the use technology. My objective is to help students develop a natural curiosity and provide real life experiences and involvement with real people with real jobs/careers. Students will use an iPad, online websites, and the Internet to connect to the real world. By using technology, I can deliver a stronger instructional foundation that captures students’ interest. As a result, my students will interact and explore common core curriculum topics involving science, technology, engineering, and mathematics activities. This approach will lead to deeper knowledge, better connected learning, and more applicable to subsequent learning, and further students’ life careers. Students will be exposed to numerous careers choices, in hope that they can develop interests and in their future, pursue professions that involve science, technology, engineering, or math careers. This innovative approach will aid and assist students as they research non-fictional topics, be exposed to guest speakers, and role-play different career paths in which they are interested in. It is vital that students achieve success, so that they are prepared for success in college, career, and life.  

Stem - 2

posted January 22, 2014

4% Funded

 

 

Only $1149.46 Needed

 
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Living Character Traits of Famous Americans Today by Published Books

MCNAB ELEMENTARY

First graders will read and research biographies about Famous Americans, compare and contrast their lives, discuss a character trait, make a Bottle Person American, and publish their book with Student Treasure Publishing. As a Culminating Activity, the Principal, Assistant Principal, and their Parents will be invited to a Biography Author’s Tea where students will be dressed as Famous Americans costumes and read their published books to a live audience during school hours. An article of this project will be published with local newspaper The Pompano Pelican with a picture of my students holding their published books and bottled person. 
 

Social Studies - 1

posted January 21, 2014

9% Funded

 

 

Only $995.72 Needed

 
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Garden Fund

Park Ridge ELEMENTARY

The purpose of this project is to create a weed free, butterfly garden at school and also develop appropriate habitat for butterflies and help to protect it. Other information will include choosing appropriate plants for this habitat, associated curriculum, outdoor learning center ideas, garden clubs, themed gardens, parent training's and other fun activities.  

Science - Pre K - 5

posted December 14, 2014

10% Funded

 

 

Only $925 Needed

 
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Helping at-risk youth to experience career paths

Pine Ridge EDUCATION CENTER

To receive a grant to improve the overall elective programs of Auto Detailing and Bike Repair so that students will be able to experience the benefit of paying it forward while learning various career paths that will also enhance their overall academic and behavior success to transition back to the home schools and learn about community business features that will show them different areas of job growth in their neighborhoods.  

Other - K-5

posted December 16, 2014

20% Funded

 

 

Only $800 Needed

 
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Helping at-risk youth to experience career paths

Pine Ridge EDUCATION CENTER

To receive grants to provide funding for the elective program at Pine Ridge. which introduces young at-risk youth to the workplace by teaching them hands on skills that improve their overall behavior, communication, leadership and academic abilities.  

Other - K-5

posted December 16, 2014

10% Funded

 

 

Only $900 Needed

 
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Help us to Inspire Physical Education in their Lives

Pine Ridge EDUCATION CENTER

We have not been able to receive new PE equipment in over 12 years and are in desperate need of some basic equipment in order to teach our young at-risk students the core values of team sports and overall health.  

Health/P.E. - PreK-12

posted February 22, 2017

0% Funded

 

 

Only $1000 Needed

 
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Arts and Crafts of Storytelling

SAWGRASS SPRINGS MIDDLE

The goals of this project include:
• The student makes connections between the visual arts, other disciplines, and the real world.
• The student understands and applies media, techniques, and processes.
• The student understands the visual arts in relation to history and culture.
• Students use strategies to clarify meaning (storytelling).
• Students demonstrate active class participation. (make a game)
• Students demonstrate use of effective time management and organizational skills.
 

Other - 6-8

posted July 30, 2013

5% Funded

 

 

Only $930 Needed

 
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More than just a book

LYONS CREEK MIDDLE

The purpose of this project is to motivate new English Language Learners to read books, fiction and non-fiction and then be able to speak and write about their book. This would be accomplished by using e-readers in the classroom which would help to take away the stigma of “baby books”. The format of an e-reader helps to take that away.  

Other - 6-8

posted April 24, 2014

0% Funded

 

 

Only $850 Needed

 
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Digital Citizenship with a Scientific Spin!

SUNRISE MIDDLE

The purpose of this project is to encourage students to build digital citizenship, explore scientific discoveries, develop public speaking proficiency and increase their ability to use appropriate digital presentation tools.

Through out the project students in multimedia classes will use technology to enhance learning, build writing skills, identify important inventions of the last three centuries, become well-informed digital citizens and increase their public speaking abilities.
 

Technology - 6-8

posted July 30, 2013

0% Funded

 

 

Only $750 Needed

 
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Commedia Del' Arte- Mask Project

Ramblewood Middle

Students will gain knowledge and understand the basic principle of Commedia Del' Arte. They will be able to identify stock characters from the renaissance and how stereotypes effect their everyday lives. Students will then explore the renaissance through creating their own masks. After creating the masks, students will be able to draw from the stock characters in Commedia Del' Arte to create and develop their own stock characters. 

Other - 6-8

posted September 19, 2016

7% Funded

 

 

Only $638.92 Needed

 
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Read All About It

PARKWAY MIDDLE

To have students engage readers by creating Book Cover T-Shirts featuring their favorite authors and books. 

Language Arts - 6-8

posted August 5, 2013

0% Funded

 

 

Only $624 Needed

 
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Economy of Excellence--Teaching Young ESE Adults About Financial Literacy

SOUTH PLANTATION HIGH

The focus of the program is vocational and independent living instruction and experience. The goal is to provide greater finanacial literacy experience for the low functioning ESE adults through exposure and hands on experience in the work and community environments--to connect work behaviors to financial reward and experiences. 

Special Needs Students - 12

posted April 13, 2014

0% Funded

 

 

Only $593 Needed

 
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Marching Band, Elementary Can!

Hollywood Hills Elementary

Students will be able to hear the difference between tuned drums and perform learned rhythms in the style of a marching band.  

Music - K-5

posted November 13, 2016

0% Funded

 

 

Only $586.27 Needed

 
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Read like your on Fire

NORTH ANDREWS GARDENS ELEMENTARY

I realized my students are not getting as much quality, on-level, independent reading time as I would like.
To increase reading stamina, fluency and comprehension, I want to incorporate Ereaders with a Reading Journal and task cards.
CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RL.2.1 Ask and answer such questions as who, what, where, when, why, and how to demonstrate understanding of key details in a text.
CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RL.2.2 Recount stories, including fables and folktales from diverse cultures, and determine their central message, lesson, or moral.
CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RL.2.3 Describe how characters in a story respond to major events and challenges.
 

Technology - 2

posted July 31, 2013

0% Funded

 

 

Only $545.01 Needed

 
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Poetry in Motion

TROPICAL ELEMENTARY

My goal is to increase my students� literacy skills, improve parent participation in my classroom, and promote student centered learning so the students can take leadership roles in their educational journey through poetry. A young learner�s passion for reading develops through constant exposure and opportunities to read and experience a world of words and illustrations that fosters imagination, creativity, and drama, and music while reinforcing my first grade objectives. Through poetry, young readers are given the opportunity to develop a love for literacy, become fluent readers by enhancing their decoding skills and using visual cues to gain a better understanding and comprehension of literacy. As students read and reread poems several times during the week they are able to strengthen vocabulary, oral language, decoding, fluency, and comprehension skills. It is important to expose young readers to a variety of genres that can foster a love of reading and in return help to support young writers. Students at this young stage of development benefit greatly from reading poems daily and as a result they can be given the opportunity to enhance their over all level of literacy development.  

Language Arts - 2

posted October 18, 2014

9% Funded

 

 

Only $484.94 Needed

 
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Help the Future Scientists of America!

Tropical ELEMENTARY

I went to an amazing conference earlier this year, and learned how to create a MakerSpace for my students. This is an awesome way to use S.T.E.A.M. with my students. I am hoping to be able to use these materials next school year.  

Science - 1

posted May 6, 2018

0% Funded

 

 

Only $520.93 Needed

 
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Teacher

Hollywood Hills Elementary

My goal is to supply my classroom with professional flexible seating equipment in my classroom. This is my 13th year of teaching and I find that the children of today are struggling more and more with remaining focused. They need to consistently redirect their energy, so I want to transform my classroom into an area that will help those kids stride to do their best without distracting everyone else around them.  

Other - Pre K - 5

posted October 10, 2016

0% Funded

 

 

Only $519.86 Needed

 
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Phildelphia Chickens Fly the Coop!

PARKWAY MIDDLE

The goal is to introduce my students to the art of adapting children's books into performance material & to share the product of their work with neighboring elementary students. 

Other - 6-8

posted March 13, 2014

60% Funded

 

 

Only $200 Needed

 
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Eating Up the Alphabets

Hunt, James S Elementary

My educational goal for this project is to teach Kindergarten students the letters and sounds of the alphabets through hands on cooking. Also, they will learn how to follow directions, how to measure, how to count and how to write recipes. 

Language Arts - K

posted March 28, 2016

0% Funded

 

 

Only $455.66 Needed

 
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Super Science Investigators

OAKRIDGE ELEMENTARY

The goal of this proposal is to provide our students with hands-on science activities that will give them the foundation and motivation that will enable them to be budding scientists. When these students don a child’s size lab coat and goggles to explore the science activities that we have set up in the empty classroom that is being utilized as the third grade science lab, they will get to experience the scientific method in a way that will make a lasting impression.  

Science - 3

posted October 8, 2013

0% Funded

 

 

Only $427 Needed

 
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Hands on Science

SILVER SHORES ELEMENTARY

Pre-school children are ready to learn about the everyday world. Young children are highly engaged when they have the opportunity to explore. They create strong and enduring mental representations of what they have experienced in investigating the everyday world. They readily acquire vocabulary to describe and share these mental representations and the concepts that evolve from them. Science gives the students a hands-on learning approach with literacy components. This also incorporates parental involvement and support. When parents get involved in a preschoolers education, they get a better sense of what goes on in the program. The science experiments will be done at school and then recreated at home. The students will be given a packet to take home with the instructions for the parents to duplicate the science experiment. 

Science - Pre-K

posted April 2, 2014

0% Funded

 

 

Only $405.81 Needed

 
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Learning while cooking!

BRIGHT HORIZONS CENTER

Our goal is to meet my students individual needs in a structured environment that incorporates direct instruction curriculum, vocational and life skills. 

Special Needs Students - 7

posted April 2, 2018

0% Funded

 

 

Only $405 Needed

 
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Playing With Words

Tradewinds ELEMENTARY

In a state where standardized testing often drives our instruction, keeping kids interested, focused and motivated is every teacher's desire. We all know that kids love to play games. The game Scrabble will be used in any capacity I can. They will be used to help my students with weekly spelling words and grammar skills at centers. Students will be able to make words and alter words, changing their spelling, meaning and tense.  

Language Arts - 2

posted December 15, 2014

0% Funded

 

 

Only $379.99 Needed

 
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Can't Stop E-Reading!

CYPRESS ELEMENTARY

Cypress Elementary is a Title 1 school. The students in my class come from a low socioeconomic background and often do not have the same opportunities that many other first graders in our district would have. Our current Benchmark Achievement Test 2 scores (indicator of how they’ll do on FCAT) shows that less than 50% of our students are proficient in reading. The data for the students in my class show that more than 50% (out of 18 students) score below 70% on their weekly unit tests (Journeys Reading Series) in comprehension and vocabulary. Many score a low probably rate of reading success on the FAIR test. With the implementation of Common Core Standards, my students need to be proficient in reading and comprehending rigorous text, and to be able to perform complex tasks. Using the Kindle E-Reader will give the students access to rigorous texts, periodicals, multimedia, and other types of informational texts all on one device. Obtaining the literature required to meet all my students’ interests and needs is challenging. The Kindle E Reader, will give me developmentally to pair appropriate text with highly effective instruction, thus increasing students’ reading fluency, comprehension, and improve their learning and increase their test scores. 

Language Arts - 1

posted April 14, 2014

0% Funded

 

 

Only $379.96 Needed

 
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Blooming Artists

FLAMINGO ELEMENTARY

My goal is to enrich and enhance the creative arts through integration of an indoor and outdoor classroom environment.  

Art - Pre K - 5

posted January 26, 2017

14% Funded

 

 

Only $315.7 Needed

 
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BEHIND THE CHARMS

Whispering Pines EDUCATION CENTER

That 80% of our students will be exposed to technology (Ipad/tablet devices) as they participate in classroom activities and demonstrate an increase in targeted skills - daily living skills, decision-making, self-advocacy and self-esteem - as measured by rubric skills and/or an adapted AIEP Evaluation Chart. The ultimate goal is to prepare our students to function more independently in the community, through the use of technology as necessary.




 

Special Needs Students - Adult Ed.

posted January 26, 2015

14% Funded

 

 

Only $298.96 Needed

 
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Live at the 'Civics' Center...Supreme Court Actions

SAWGRASS SPRINGS MIDDLE

Students will understand the power of the Supreme Court and learn about specific cases that changed civil liberties garunteed by the Constitution. 

Social Studies - 7

posted August 14, 2013

7% Funded

 

 

Only $280 Needed

 
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Leap into Reading

Banyan Elementary

to use technology to help students learn letters, letter sounds, and sight words, 

Special Needs Students - Pre-K

posted December 15, 2014

0% Funded

 

 

Only $300 Needed

 
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Going Green-er!

Bright Horizons Center

The goal of this grant is to refurbish our classroom garden that was created last year. The garden consists of three raised, wheelchair-accessible garden beds, a composting station, and pallets holding flower baskets. Students participate to the best of their ability in the gardening process from start to finish- from composting, to maintaining flowers and herbs, and propagation.

Since establishing the garden, some plants and herbs have died and must be replanted. Through trial and error, and student-teacher research, we have learned what plants and herbs thrive the most in our environment, as well as how to best maintain the garden. 

Special Needs Students - Adult Ed.

posted November 5, 2014

13% Funded

 

 

Only $170.68 Needed

 
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Blanche Ely High School Ten80 NSL Racing Challenge

Blanche Ely HIGH

The mission is to achieve, in STEM, new knowledge that can be applied in a reach for higher education. The team can integrate all the aspects of STEM, including Ten80, to educate young minds by demonstrating the mastery of various skill sets.  

Technology - 9-12

posted May 6, 2015

77% Funded

 

 

Only $43.96 Needed

 
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Peewee Podcasting!

PERRY, ANNABEL C. ELEMENTARY

My goal is have my students take advantage of the benefits of using audio recordings in the classroom. To do this, we need a digital recorder. 

Language Arts - 1

posted October 22, 2014

0% Funded

 

 

Only $175 Needed

 
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Books for Book Club

Hollywood Academy of Arts & Science Middle

To have guided reading groups in the classroom 

Language Arts - 3

posted September 15, 2016

0% Funded

 

 

Only $115 Needed

 
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The Basic Beat

Hollywood Hills Elementary

Beat is the foundation of music. Our students need to experience the principals of 'beat' so they can create and perform these beats. 

Music - K-5

posted November 13, 2016

26% Funded

 

 

Only $70.45 Needed

 
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Enhance Classroom Environment/Social SkillsI

Cross Creek School

Improve the classroom learning environment where the students are taught, that will improve their social skills toward faculty, staff and other students.  

Special Needs Students - K-12

posted December 16, 2014

0% Funded

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Only $0 Needed

 
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School Subject Project Amount Date Deadline
DISCOVERY ELEMENTARY Technology i-reading groups $5,630.00 7/30/13
PLANTATION HIGH Technology Fund a Flight! $1,785.00 10/25/13
Pompano Beach Middle Stem Send Us Into Space! $1,900.00 9/16/16
PLANTATION HIGH Art Materials for National Art Honor Society Student Activities $1,914.31 10/25/13
McNicol Middle Stem 3D Printer $1,414.00 9/29/16
Riverside ELEMENTARY Mathematics Tenmarks for the Classroom $1,350.00 9/25/16
Blanche Ely HIGH Science Ten80 NSL Racing Competition $1,340.00 12/18/15
Atlantic TECHNICAL College & Technical HIGH SCHOOL Social Studies AP Psychology Disorders Classification & Understanding $1,293.50 12/15/14
MAPLEWOOD ELEMENTARY Science The Children's Garden $1,150.00 7/31/13
WINGATE OAKS CENTER Art Recycling Rocks! $1,150.00 1/26/14
WINSTON PARK ELEMENTARY Stem “My Path Will Direct My Future” $1,149.46 1/22/14
MCNAB ELEMENTARY Social Studies Living Character Traits of Famous Americans Today by Published Books $995.72 1/21/14
Park Ridge ELEMENTARY Science Garden Fund $925.00 12/14/14
Pine Ridge EDUCATION CENTER Other Helping at-risk youth to experience career paths $800.00 12/16/14
Pine Ridge EDUCATION CENTER Other Helping at-risk youth to experience career paths $900.00 12/16/14
Pine Ridge EDUCATION CENTER Health/P.E. Help us to Inspire Physical Education in their Lives $1,000.00 2/22/17
SAWGRASS SPRINGS MIDDLE Other Arts and Crafts of Storytelling $930.00 7/30/13
LYONS CREEK MIDDLE Other More than just a book $850.00 4/24/14
SUNRISE MIDDLE Technology Digital Citizenship with a Scientific Spin! $750.00 7/30/13
Ramblewood Middle Other Commedia Del' Arte- Mask Project $638.92 9/19/16
PARKWAY MIDDLE Language Arts Read All About It $624.00 8/05/13
SOUTH PLANTATION HIGH Special Needs Students Economy of Excellence--Teaching Young ESE Adults About Financial Literacy $593.00 4/13/14
Hollywood Hills Elementary Music Marching Band, Elementary Can! $586.27 11/13/16
NORTH ANDREWS GARDENS ELEMENTARY Technology Read like your on Fire $545.01 7/31/13
TROPICAL ELEMENTARY Language Arts Poetry in Motion $484.94 10/18/14
Tropical ELEMENTARY Science Help the Future Scientists of America! $520.93 5/06/18
Hollywood Hills Elementary Other Teacher $519.86 10/10/16
PARKWAY MIDDLE Other Phildelphia Chickens Fly the Coop! $200.00 3/13/14
Hunt, James S Elementary Language Arts Eating Up the Alphabets $455.66 3/28/16
OAKRIDGE ELEMENTARY Science Super Science Investigators $427.00 10/08/13
SILVER SHORES ELEMENTARY Science Hands on Science $405.81 4/02/14
BRIGHT HORIZONS CENTER Special Needs Students Learning while cooking! $405.00 4/02/18
Tradewinds ELEMENTARY Language Arts Playing With Words $379.99 12/15/14
CYPRESS ELEMENTARY Language Arts Can't Stop E-Reading! $379.96 4/14/14
FLAMINGO ELEMENTARY Art Blooming Artists $315.70 1/26/17
Whispering Pines EDUCATION CENTER Special Needs Students BEHIND THE CHARMS $298.96 1/26/15
SAWGRASS SPRINGS MIDDLE Social Studies Live at the "Civics" Center...Supreme Court Actions $280.00 8/14/13
Banyan Elementary Special Needs Students Leap into Reading $300.00 12/15/14
Bright Horizons Center Special Needs Students Going Green-er! $170.68 11/05/14
Blanche Ely HIGH Technology Blanche Ely High School Ten80 NSL Racing Challenge $43.96 5/06/15
PERRY, ANNABEL C. ELEMENTARY Language Arts Peewee Podcasting! $175.00 10/22/14
Hollywood Academy of Arts & Science Middle Language Arts Books for Book Club $115.00 9/15/16
Hollywood Hills Elementary Music The Basic Beat $70.45 11/13/16
Cross Creek School Special Needs Students Enhance Classroom Environment/Social SkillsI $0.00 12/16/14

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