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Classroom Grants: Find It & Fund It, Collier

 

Individuals, organizations and businesses have an exciting opportunity to invest in the great ideas of our local teachers. They are creating amazing learning experiences for their students that have impact for years to come.

 

To see what needs your support, simply click on a grant request below to view the details and fund that opportunity!

 

If you would like to make a general contribution, please contact Jason Kurek at JKurek@ChampionsForLearning.org or 239-643-4755.

 

 

 

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Sprouting our Wings in Second Grade!

Avalon Elementary

My goal is for each second grade student to have the opportunity to have a butterfly habitat in their classroom where they can watch, write about, and learn the four stages of the lifecycle of a butterfly. Watching the actual progress of the butterfly, rather that just to read about it in their science books will help them to internalize their learning.
 

Science - 2

posted July 2, 2018

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We Can All Learn, Differentiated Literacy Centers!

Avalon Elementary

I want to not only foster engaging Literacy Centers, but ones that will keep my students' eyes on text while learning essential tools for their reading and writing proficiency. Literacy Centers take place independently while the teacher works with a small group of students for Guided Reading. Guided Reading is the most crucial part of the Literacy Center reading block; it is vital that the remainder of the class is actively engaged in productive and engaging learning activities so the teacher may focus on the small group setting for intensive reading instruction. There are four rotations of 15 minutes each with one of those rotations being teacher directed reading instruction each day.  

Mathematics - 2

posted July 2, 2018

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Keeping It Real With the Golden Cafe

Naples High

The goal of the grant is to fund our Autism Transition student based enterprise program that helps teach our students about responsibility, teamwork, life skills and vocational skills through a real life experience. 

Special Needs Students - 12

posted July 2, 2018

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Lego WeDo 2.0

Eden Park Elementary

The goal is to get students excited about STEM. Not just any students, but the students at my Title I school, are from non- English speaking homes and are from a low economic home. Allowing them the opportunity to learn to code while being engaged is my goal. To have them 'play' so they are engaged, but apply necessary skills. With the Lego WeDo, the students will learn cover science, math and engineering, while building with Lego's. What better way to prepare them for their future? 

Stem - K-5

posted July 2, 2018

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Osmo for Learning

Eden Park Elementary

The students at my school are from +/- 95% free/reduced lunch population. The home language is not English. My goal is to always expose ALL students to STEM, which will allow all students a chance at a successful future. Most if not all future jobs will be STEM related. If we can get the students excited about learning and engaging in STEM, we will have a well prepared group of students to be our future. 

Stem - K-5

posted July 2, 2018

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Coding with Dash

Eden Park Elementary

The goal is to get the students from our Title I school exposed to coding at an early age. As the technology teacher, I would like to have fun and engaging ways to get the kids excited and eager to code. I would like for them to see that their economic status and their home language is not a barrier in the world of coding. 

Stem - K-5

posted July 2, 2018

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Where the Wild Things Are and so much more! Part 1

Avalon Elementary

My goal is to instill the love of reading in all of my students throughout their third-grade year.  

Language Arts - 3

posted July 5, 2018 - deadline May 1, 2019

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I Wanna Iguana!

Avalon Elementary

My goal is to instill the love of reading in all of my students throughout their third-grade year. 

Language Arts - 3

posted July 5, 2018 - deadline May 1, 2019

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Imagine and Create with Makerspace

Eden Park Elementary

The goal is to give the students a safe space to be able to imagine and create. They will be able to draw and make their creations come to life. They can work on several life skills: collaboration, problem solving, questioning, creativity. 

Stem - K-5

posted July 7, 2018

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We can ALL hear you!

Eden Park Elementary

To make sure that every child has a chance to have his/her thoughts heard.  

Technology - K-5

posted July 7, 2018

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Plus Plus Create

Veterans Memorial Elementary

My Goal is to incorporate STEAM activities into my classroom and allow children the opportunity to use their creativity and teamwork skills in the classroom.  

Stem - 2

posted July 8, 2018

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Kano? Can! Yes! We Can Build Computers!

Tommie Barfield Elementary

Goals: My students will learn to create technology, not just consume it. Through this project, students learn to build a real, working computer. Students learn to identify, assemble, and use the following parts of a Computer:
*Hardware - screen, screen case, HDMI Cord, SD Card, Raspberry Pi (processor), keyboard, sound sensor and speakers, power board with rechargeable battery and outlet cord plug, and USB Board.
*Software - Programs with activities that the run on the computer. Kano Computer Kits contain a plethora of software that provide students with over 150 Software Coding activities focused on creativity.
*Operating System - the software that makes the computer work. Kano Computer Kits come with their own Operating System on the SD Card.
Students learn to disassemble, or unbuild, the Kano computer.

Through this project, students learn to program, or write code for, the computer they built. Code is the language of computer software. With Kano Computer Kits, students learn to write computer programming code in two ways: blocks and text. Once students code the steps they want, it's called a program.
Block code is similar to puzzle pieces that lock together. Each block already contains a different command, such as “Move forward”.
Script code is when a direction is written out in text, such as: “Forward” “Twenty” to move an object twenty pixels. 

Technology - K-5

posted July 8, 2018

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$125 for Nearpod license

Immokalee High

Background: I teach Geometry exclusively to English Language Learner students in a Title I high school located in Immokalee, Florida, a poor farming community with a 44.8% poverty rate. Most of my students are recent immigrants to the United States and are below class level in their math skills, some as many as four grades below class level; my students are hungry to improve their learning but are shy to answer questions given their limited English language skills.
Need: I need a way to immediately see each student’s answer to questions posed during class. Using the on-line program Nearpod allows a teacher to immediately see each student’s answer to questions, a powerful tool to guide teacher decisions on the need for reteaching the whole class or differentiating by reteaching part of the class while providing a new challenge for the students that have already demonstrated understanding.
 

Mathematics - 9-12

posted July 9, 2018

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Cricut Together

Eden Park Elementary

My goal is to create a Cricut Entrepreneurship Club. This will allow the students to put their creativity to work. They will create designs and market their products throughout the school. Different teams and activities school wide. 

Stem - K-5

posted July 9, 2018

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Gather and Learn!

Lake Park Elementary

Hello! I am a new elementary school teacher at Lake Park Elementary and my goal is to create a cooperative learning environment in my second grade classroom using the teaching easel and carpet.This easel and carpet will be used throughout the entire day as a gathering place to engage students in instructional material for all content areas. Both the easel and carpet will last throughout the years and will be so important in creating a positive space for students to love learning! 

Other - 2

posted July 9, 2018

6% Funded

 

 

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Morning Tub Marvel

First Baptist Academy

Morning Tubs offer a play-based opportunity for students to explore, create, and communicate. It is non-threatening way to start the day, help reduce the length of your morning routine, get students excited about the day, and encourage collaboration. Students will be able to practice their phonological and phonemic awareness skills. 

Language Arts - 1

posted July 9, 2018

34% Funded

 

 

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Guided Math Workshop

First Baptist Academy

The goal is to create my math block to involve targeted small-group instruction, and opportunities for spiral review through math workshop. Guided math workshop will offer the opportunity to intentionally group students based on skill and to carefully target specific skills. 

Mathematics - 1

posted July 9, 2018

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Helping math 'click'

Immokalee High

To provide additional support to students struggling in math, particularly when it comes to graphing. 

Mathematics - 9-12

posted July 10, 2018

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iCan and iWill with an iPad

Immokalee High

My goal is to enhance student learning of both math and the English language through the use of accessible technology and virtual reality. 

Mathematics - 9-12

posted July 10, 2018

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Keeping Record of Learning

Immokalee High

to give students and teachers the opportunity to record and review lessons in an effort to refine best practices and promote student engagement. 

Mathematics - 9

posted July 10, 2018

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Teach with Tech

Eden Park Elementary

To have the data needed to meet the needs of each student in your hand. Teaching EVERY student in EVERY grade is a challenging task. The iPad will allow the simplify this task and allow the teacher to have access to pertinent informaiton and teach from the tablet. 

Stem - K-5

posted July 10, 2018

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My Life's Mandala

Lorenzo Walker Technical High School

A mandala is a story without words. Through symbols and color, it represents the various layers of a person's life. In this introductory activity to my Critical Thinking class, I would like students to embark on a journey towards self-discovery, understanding who they really are and embracing the unique qualities that lie beneath the various layers of their day to day life.
 

Other - 9

posted July 10, 2018

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Creating a Magnetic Masterpiece

First Baptist Academy

The goal of this activity is to encourage students to explore magnetic polarities and architectural design through building creatively with magnetic tiles. 

Science - 2

posted July 11, 2018

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STREAM : STEAM and Reading Combined

Pelican Marsh Elementary

To establish monthly book based Makerspaces in the Media Center that will not only encourage STEAM learning, but also reading the Sunshine State Books. 

Stem - K-5

posted July 11, 2018

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3rd graders lead a CHARMED life...in reading!

Veterans Memorial Elementary

The goal of this project is to motivate and excite 3rd grade students into becoming more advanced readers that are able to show that they can successfully comprehend the books that they read. The students take a high-stake test at the end of the year titled the Florida Standards Assessment (FSA), and this comprehension reading incentive program will help the students towards the FSA. 

Language Arts - 3

posted July 11, 2018

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Amazing Arthropod Slides!

Naples Park Elementary

The goal of this grant is to give third grade students experience with comparing and contrasting arthropods based on characteristics. In order for students to get more of a comprehensive understanding of the differences, slide sets will be used to examine, classify, and justify students' reasoning of why each animal belongs in a certain category.  

Science - 3

posted July 11, 2018

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We need a Makerspace!

Shadowlawn Elementary

I am the brand new media specialist at Shadowlawn Elementary. My goal is to update our outdated library. I would like to add a Makerspce area to the media center,  

Stem - Pre K - 5

posted July 12, 2018

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Technology can find 'X'

Immokalee High

The goal is to slowly replace my classroom set of TI-84 graphing calculators. My current calculators are getting old and wearing out. I lost 5 calculators that I can no longer 'fix' at the end of last year.  

Mathematics - 9-12

posted July 12, 2018

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Time Management Helpers

Veterans Memorial Elementary

In the real world, time is an important skill that adults need to keep track off. For children, it's also important. Many 3rd grade academic targets involve time-frames, such as fluency with multiplication in math, fluency in reading, as well as learning to become responsible students that need to work within a certain time limit. It is my goal that this grant will allow the students in five 3rd-grade classrooms to achieve their academic goals, and become more responsible students. Students will be able to keep track of time in order to fluently state multiplication and division facts, in the subject of Math. Students will be able to keep track of time in order to fluently read their reading passages, in English Language Arts. Students will also be able to acquire organizational skills by keeping track of timed activities, or timed excursions, especially for the students that have time modifications in their individualized educational plan.  

Technology - 3

posted July 13, 2018

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Resources for a STEAM classroom

Gulf Coast Charter Academy South

To purchase basic classroom supplies for my STEAM Class.  

Stem - 3

posted July 13, 2018

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3rd Graders shed some 'light' in groupwork!

Veterans Memorial Elementary

My goal for this project is for groups to be able to manage their time and status successfully, and for teachers to be able to quickly monitor group-work at a glance, allowing the teacher to divide her time appropriately.  

Other - 3

posted July 13, 2018

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Charging up iPads!

Veterans Memorial Elementary

The goal for this request is to be able to charge 10-12 ipads, and have them stored neatly and safely. 

Technology - 3

posted July 13, 2018

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We Teach the Future Leaders of America: Leader in Me

Tommie Barfield Elementary

We are inspired teachers who aim to inspire leaders one child at a time. A group of our teachers and administrators are currently doing a book study on 'The Leader in Me' by Stephen Covey in order to better understand his research based methods for schools. These resources would help us implement the findings we are sharing.  

Character Education - K-5

posted July 13, 2018

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Making Memories Library Garden

Veterans Memorial Elementary

To provide an outside area for VME students to learn, read, explore and enjoy their environment through a variety of activities. 

Other - Pre K - 5

posted July 13, 2018

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iTools with our iPads!

Veterans Memorial Elementary

I am requesting individual earbuds for student use for iPads, as well as a set of styluses for use with the iPad. My goal for the students is to be able to focus with more intent on the task at hand for the use of the ipad, as well as to learn to responsibly care for the iPad tools.  

Technology - 3

posted July 14, 2018

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Set the Tone with new HeadPhones!

Veterans Memorial Elementary

The goal for this project is for five 3rd-grade classrooms to be able to have access to headphones for use for the classroom computers, when the school provided headphones are in the process of a work order due to needing a repair.  

Technology - 3

posted July 14, 2018

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O-Pen for learning!

Veterans Memorial Elementary

My goal for this project is for the students in five 3rd-grade classrooms to use the colored pens to assist them in editing their writing.  

Language Arts - 3

posted July 14, 2018

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Our Brain is Popping, with BrainPop Jr!

Veterans Memorial Elementary

The goal for this project is to enhance the learning of students in four 3rd-grade classroom, by giving them access to very short standards-aligned movies, quizzes, games, and activities covering Science, Reading & Writing, Math, Health, Social Studies, and Arts & Technology. 

Technology - 3

posted July 14, 2018

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Clip into Positive Behavior!

Veterans Memorial Elementary

The goal for students in five 3rd grade classrooms is to be motivated to display positive classroom behavior while making proper choices.  

Character Education - 3

posted July 14, 2018

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Fantastic Scholastic for Reading and Science!!

Palmetto Elementary

My goal is to provide my special needs students an opportunity to be exposed to current events by using Scholastic News, a current event magazine for kids. This would include Scholastic News, Science Spin and an interactive edition, perfect for our interactive whiteboard, classroom computers/ IPads and features a video, learning game, a read aloud option and much more. Scholastic News and Science Spin will be used to enhance and support the Modified Unique Curriculum that students are engaged in daily.
 

Special Needs Students - 5

posted July 15, 2018

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Explore, Think and Discover!

Palmetto Elementary

EXPLORE our wonderful Naples Community! THINK about the connections made between the classroom curriculum and the community! DISCOVER that learning carries over from the classroom into the community!
Our goal is to immerse our special needs students into learning opportunities outside of the classroom. These learning opportunities will allow them to make real life connections from the Modified Unique Curriculum that is taught in the classroom to the Naples Community in which they live. Students will increase their understanding of classroom based instruction with the opportunity to also practice social skills by following social rules of the community. 

Special Needs Students - K-5

posted July 15, 2018

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Digital Diversity

Lake Park Elementary

For so long I have tried to think outside of the box and to teach in exciting ways. But forget that box--my new goal is to teach from on top of it! I want to teach in a way that brings in real world issues while engaging and challenging students daily through the use of technology. My goal is for students to master fourth grade language arts standards while simultaneously incorporating technology into their daily reading and writing. I want students to have the opportunity not only to learn about the world around them, but to be able to express their learning in various ways. I am a firm believer that when the content being learned relates to students’ lives, they will be more engaged and ultimately retain more information.  

Language Arts - 4

posted July 16, 2018

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Tech for Our Wonderful Wizards

Lake Park Elementary

To be able to integrate technology into a literacy setting in order to scaffold and differentiate for ALL of my wonderfully wise wizards.  

Language Arts - 4

posted July 16, 2018

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Today’s Learners, Tomorrow’s Filmmakers

Lake Park Elementary

The goal is to provide students with the tools and technology to enhance and showcase student learning. This will be especially important to a new class of students I teach who have been accepted into the Cambridge program. They will engage in multiple student-inquiry and project-based learning opportunities throughout the year—including our Fourth Grade Film Festival. Through this unit, students will learn how to conduct and write a traditional research paper while simultaneously diving into the world of film making and green screen animation. By the end of the project, students will have researched a historical hero, written a paper highlighting their life and accomplishments, and self produced a video summarizing their research. 

Language Arts - 4

posted July 16, 2018

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Wizards Seeking Inspirational Reads

Lake Park Elementary

The goal of this grant is to supply my students with the power of words.  

Language Arts - 4

posted July 16, 2018

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Leading and Reading with Digital Citizenship

Lake Park Elementary

Digital Citizenship is more than just a teaching tool; it is a way to prepare students for a world full of technology. Digital citizenship can be defined as the norms of appropriate, responsible technology use and it is something that our students should be learning even at the elementary age. Digital citizenship is also about students finding ways to connect and collaborate in ways they didn't even know were possible. By teaching digital citizenship to my students, I hope to create a positive class culture that supports safe and responsible technology use.  

Language Arts - 4

posted July 16, 2018

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School wide Reading Challenges!

Avalon Elementary

My goal is for my students to read all fifteen SSYRA Jr. books for this year.  

Language Arts - 3

posted July 16, 2018

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Come on Let's Keep Moving!

Naples Park Elementary

Ease on down, Ease on down the road! That’s just what I have done. I’ve moved “on down the road” to Naples Park Elementary school. After successfully developing a classroom environment centered on movement and acquiring the movement equipment necessary through fulfilled classroom grant requests I have decided to move schools to follow my passion of working with exceptional students with special needs. I’m excited to create a new movement learning environment at Naples Park and I have a clean slate as I have left my equipment with my colleagues and former students at Laurel Oak Elementary. I’m not giving up my moving shoes, I’m just going to “keep on keepin' on the road that I choose”!

It continues to be my goal to encourage students to move throughout the day. Movement increases student activity which improves their academic performance and participation level across all subject areas. After two years of first hand experience I can honestly sing of the praises of embracing movement in a learning environment. My students became more engaged in lessons and were able to participate and stay focused for longer periods of time. Reluctant learners, students with low attention spans, fidgety students and students who tended to avoid tasks were all able to be a productive part of the classroom specifically because of their use of the movement equipment. I have found that moving is beneficial to students and having classroom-friendly equipment that allows for movement enhanced my classroom in ways I didn’t think possible. Removing the restriction of movement also removed the temptation and urge to become a movement distraction. Within respectful and explicitly taught expectations of proper equipment use, students found ways to stay engaged in lessons while fulfilling the need to stay active. They were more successful which improved their morale and self-esteem. My students were happier, loved being able to use the equipment and looked forward to coming to school each and every day! I consider this a win-win-win situation!

Now that I know the secret of connecting with highly active students I want to continue this amazing practice as well as share it with any teacher who is interested. As I shared my equipment with colleagues at Laurel Oak I intend on sharing equipment with my Naples Park colleagues. I am happy to send equipment out to those students who need it so that they are able to participate in their classroom. The more active classrooms I can help create and the more active students I can help, the more successful I will feel as an educator. 

Special Needs Students - K-5

posted July 17, 2018

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Creating Highly Effective Teens

Palmetto Ridge High

1 - Students will use a self-awareness evaluation and a personal bank account handout to measure personal habits related to their emotional, mental, and/or physical health.
2 - Students will critically read and respond to the text The
7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens by Sean Covey.
3 - Students will take notes on each habit, using evidence from the text, and determine the important traits of each habit.
4 - Students will conduct brief research to provide real life examples of a person/people who exemplify a habit.
5 - Students will work in collaborative groups to create a multimedia presentation on a habit that demonstrates a clear understanding of the habit, as well as provides real life examples of a person/people who exemplify the habit.
6 - Students will present information in an organized and clear manner, using effective eye contact and clear pronunciation.
7 - Students will create a written response that explains which habit is most important to them personally. In this narrative response, students will write with a clear beginning, middle, and end, use effective transitions, as well as strong word choice, sensory language and descriptions. 

Character Education - 9-12

posted July 17, 2018

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My Digital Portfolio

Immokalee High

The goal is to provide individual flash drives to Immokalee HS students in the Academy of Information Technology so that they can store/back-up their portfolio of computer projects in one convenient location that is always accessible to them. 

Technology - 9-12

posted July 18, 2018

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Building Self-Esteem Through Drum Circles

Palmetto Ridge High

This project will be conducted with our EBD (emotional/behavior disorder) students. This group of students suffers with feelings of inadequacy, low self-esteem, low self-confidence, and avoid participation and involvement in their classes. Through drum circle activities, the goal will be to bring our students out of that place where they tend to withdraw. Drum circles will work to help them find their confidence. After expressing themselves through music, it is hoped that they will learn to express themselves vocally, in their writings, and in their behavior. 

Music - 9-12

posted July 18, 2018

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College Connection

Palmetto Ridge High

1 - Students will increase their knowledge about the various colleges and universities across the country.
2 - Students will increase US geography skills.
3 - Students will learn how to catalog and record incoming materials.
4 - Students will create a 'school store' where they will sell to the entire student body the items received from colleges and universities.
5 - Students will develop math skills specific to money as they collect sales funds then deposit them with bookkeeper.
6 - Students will increase writing proficiency at the start of the project when they write to the colleges and universities and throughout the project when they report on the materials received and from which colleges and universities that responded. 

Special Needs Students - 9-12

posted July 18, 2018

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Soaring to Reading and Sight Word Success !

Mike Davis Elementary

To provide kindergarten students with fun and engaging computer based programs focusing on reading/comprehension for individual student levels and sight words. 

Language Arts - K

posted July 19, 2018

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We Need to Move It, Move it to Learn it, Learn it!

Laurel Oak Elementary

When given the opportunity to collaborate with a “movement” class, I was inspired by the focus and engagement that was happening in this classroom. I was also encouraged by the difference it had on my students and their focus. “We Need to Move It, Move it to Learn it, Learn it!” is all about keeping the students moving and engaged in the classroom. My goal is to turn my ESE clustered classroom into an active learning zone by purchasing an assortment of equipment from www.moving-minds.com and www.amazon.com. I would like to elevate the student’s level of activity inside the classroom setting with the anticipation to increase their academic performance level across all the subject areas. A recent article indicates that children who are more active demonstrate better focus, faster cognitive processing, and more successful memory retention than kids who spend the day sitting still.
Students are individuals and they have different learning styles. There are students that struggle with a “traditional class” setting and their academics suffer because of that. Sitting in a desk all day is not beneficial for all students. Having this classroom, user-friendly equipment offers different options for the active students to be more at ease and be ready to learn.
 

Special Needs Students - 3

posted July 19, 2018

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Studying Chemical Thermodynamics While Making Safe Burning Candles, Determining Melting Points, and Graphing Cooling Curves

Palmetto Ridge High

Students will learn the chemical structure, calculate the % composition of soy wax candles, and measure the melting point while graphing a cooling curve for the soy wax candle that they create as a memento to take home to their families. 

Science - 9-12

posted July 21, 2018

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STEAM Calculators in the Chemistry Classroom

Palmetto Ridge High

We would like to purchase a classroom set of scientific calculators that we could share among the physical science teachers. We need calculators that can calculate very large and very small numbers using exponential notation. It would also be helpful if the calculators contain the logarithmic function for Richter Scale and pH calculations. 

Science - 9-12

posted July 21, 2018

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Teaching Chemistry and STEAM Concepts While Making Soap

Palmetto Ridge High

To engage, explore, explain, elaborate, and evaluate many important STEAM concepts while making artisan soaps.

Standards: Lab Safety; Properties of Matter; States of Matter; Physical Properties; Chemical Properties; Physical Changes; Chemical Changes; temperature, endothermic processes; exothermic processes; exothermic reactions; Saponification; Acid-Base Neutralization Reactions; pH; color indicators & acid-base titrations.
 

Stem - 9-12

posted July 21, 2018

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Chemical Glass Etching - Chemical or Physical Change?

Palmetto Ridge High

Students will learn the difference between chemical and physical changes while studying chemical reactions and creating a memento to take home. 

Science - 9-12

posted July 21, 2018

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Big Books make a Big Impact in Learning!

First Baptist Academy

To purchase a Big Book Center for kindergarten children. 

Language Arts - K

posted July 21, 2018

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Open the Magic

Calusa Park Elementary

Do you remember when you thought reading was magic? Is there a certain picture book that your parents or teachers read to you over and over again? I want to be the teacher my kids remember, the one who taught them that reading is magical, reading is fun! Picture books are a great way for me to do this! It is through picture books that I get to connect with my students. This is a time where I reach all students. I want them to see themselves inside each picture book that I read. Every picture book I choose to read has a life lesson. As the kids listen to the story, I know that their brains are busy making connections , storing words for a story they want to write, or remembering a favorite part to share with mom or dad after school. My goal is to have a picture book for every day of the school year, a book with a great life lesson. These books listed have amazing life lessons, from being proactive, to accepting others, to finding your voice. Picture books are a way for all people, young or old, to fall in love with reading. 

Language Arts - 3

posted July 22, 2018

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The Cat In the Hat Comes to Avalon Elementary!

Avalon Elementary

My goal is for all of the students at Avalon Elementary to get the opportunity to see the Cat In the Hat theater performance.  

Language Arts - Pre K - 5

posted July 24, 2018 - deadline February 1, 2019

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Squishy Circuit Captivating Creations

First Baptist Academy

The students will explore the basics of electricity and electrical circuits by using conductive and insulating dough, and circuits.  

Stem - K-5

posted July 25, 2018

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Great Adventures: Bringing Stories to Life

Lely High

1. To increase engagement and the desire to learn among EBD students.
2. To expand vocabulary and increase knowledge through a broad array of topics in science, math, and history, using adapted novels.
 

Language Arts - 9-12

posted July 25, 2018

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Engineering Engineers

Marco Island Academy

Purchase a Computer that is sufficiently powerful to run to train students in Autodesk Inventor software; a skill fundamental to engineering education. 

Stem - 9-12

posted July 25, 2018

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Kinder 'Techs'

Vineyards Elementary

Our goal is to integrate technology across the kindergarten curriculum and get the kids excited to showcase their work to other students, parents and staff. We would like ipads for our classroom so that the students will be able to see how technology can be used for learning. As teachers, there are so many online resources that inspire children to share what they are learning by videotaping, logging and graphing data, puzzles that they complete and create. We are living in a world where technology is everywhere and we feel that as educators it is so important to teach them young and inspire them to use technology to learn about the world around them.  

Technology - K

posted July 26, 2018

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Thinking Outside To Get Into the Box

Golden Terrace Elementary Intermediate

With Breakout EDU kits, you can turn your classroom into an academically-focused escape room and facilitate games where players work collaboratively to solve a series of critical thinking puzzles in order to open a locked box. Each box has five different re-settable locks. Each lock can be opened by solving the coordinating puzzle with that lock. These boxes can help provide opportunities that will encourage students to become more proficient in answering more complex questions and develop solutions for challenges and real world problems while applying their rigor in math.  

Mathematics - 3

posted July 27, 2018

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Coding with Kinder

Eden Park Elementary

Kindergarten students will learn the basics of coding with a fun robot called the Code-A-Pillar and the book The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle.  

Stem - K-5

posted July 27, 2018

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Dash Into 1st Grade with Coding

Eden Park Elementary

First graders will expand their coding knowledge using the fun robots Dash and Dot to complete challenges.  

Stem - K-5

posted July 27, 2018

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2nd Grade Insect Adventures

Eden Park Elementary

Second graders will have the opportunity to observe the process that insects undergo throughout their life cycle first hand with this butterfly growing kit.  

Science - K-5

posted July 27, 2018

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Learning Real World Skills Through STEAM & the 3C’s: Cooperation, Communication & Critical Thinking

Manatee Elementary

I would like to provide my students with opportunities in cutting- edge educational learning activities that would prepare them for the 21st century jobs that will be in their future. This project will provide my students opportunities to develop skills in coding, and my students need to learn how to work on a team. They will develop skills to effectively collaborate and communicate to reach a common goal. This is a life skill that is difficult to teach, but can be accomplished by providing hands on interesting projects. 

Stem - K-5

posted July 27, 2018

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Nearpod: Interactive Learning Tool

Manatee Elementary

My classroom goal is to have each of my student actively engaged when I am teaching. One way to achieve this is with the on-line program Nearpod. This program allows me to present information to all the students simultaneously and each student can respond, which creates a totally engaging classroom for all students. This program allows me to differentiate instruction for each student and give me immediate feedback on his or her understanding.  

Technology - K-5

posted July 29, 2018

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Listen UP!!

Pelican Marsh Elementary

As a first-grade teacher, I know first-hand that entertaining books are key to a students’ love and
enjoyment of reading, and what comes from that—confidence in reading comprehension. To aid in this
process, and to introduce new teaching tactics into my classroom, I aim to play the books on tape and
allow the students to follow along as they listen. This new media will bring great joy to the students and
provide a calm, low-stress environment in the classroom. 

Language Arts - 1

posted July 30, 2018

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'Our Acre of Diamonds'

Golden Gate Elementary Intermediate

A great teacher, Earl Nightingale, once told a story called “Acres of Diamonds.” In it an African farmer sold his farm and perished penniless after searching the countryside for diamonds. Meanwhile the new owner of that very farm discovered one of the largest diamonds ever and secured his fortune.

As a result of last year’s grant, we implemented the Reading & Writing Skills Folder Games Set in a single 3rd grade classroom. We have witnessed the power of these captivating games that learners want to play, individually and with friends. The visually vibrant games have been instrumental in meeting students’ diverse needs, collectively boosting our “learning-to-read so they can read-to-learn” process.

Rather than seeking a different grant, this year we want to “mine our acre of diamonds” by expanding our offering of Grab-and-Play resource sets to the remaining 7 third grade classrooms. With a proven resource, we know we will foster student empowerment and self-direction during the critical academic turning point of third grade.
 

Language Arts - 3

posted July 31, 2018

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PE + Tech = Global Kid Power!

Tommie Barfield Elementary

My goals for this project are:
1. Health and Nutrition: Learn healthy exercise and nutrition habits.
2. Tech + PE: Learn how technology can improve our health and fitness.
3. Social Skills - Empathy, perspective
4. Learn to see a global perspective.
5. Learn that one person's actions can affect the lives of others.
6. Contribute to the good of mankind through everyday activities.
7. Social Studies: Learn about world geography and cultures, such as Haiti, Mozambique, and Uganda to name a few that are involved in the UNICEF Kid Power Bands missions.
8. Empowerment: “Kid Power” Learn that they can make a difference in someone’s survival in life through simple wearable technology.
9. Collaboration/Team Effort: each day’s classes will work together to record steps on the Kid Power Bands, thus earning Kid Power Points, and food for malnourished children. 

Health/P.E. - K-5

posted August 1, 2018

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Wizarding World of Tommie Barfield

Tommie Barfield Elementary

In the wizarding world of Harry Potter, upon receiving their invitation to attend Hogwarts School, students visited Olivander’s wand shop, where the wand chose the wizard. In Tommie Barfield Elementary school, I would like my students to visit my technology classroom to first assemble and then code, or program, a “magic” wand, modeled after the famed Harry Potter from JK Rowling’s Harry Potter book and movie series. My goals for this project are to utilize the Kano Harry Potter Coding Wands in my Technology Classes to teach my students how to build a very engaging piece of technology, understanding its different components, and how to code, or program, the technology. Also through this project, my students will learn science, math, and social skills involved in assembling and coding the wand. My students will apply coding skills learned from previous years’ lessons in my tech class to learn the new coding app that comes with the Kano Harry Potter Coding Wand. Next, my students will learn that technology can enhance ELA (English Language Arts) skills, particularly reading comprehension as this project will put my students into the Wizarding World of Harry Potter, as they can digitally “live” parts of the book series, bringing it to life. Another goal of this project is to teach my students the joy, love for, and excitement of interactive technology - who wouldn’t want a magic wand? Finally, this project will promote my students’ creativity and innovation, as they think of their own “spells” to code the wand to perform. 

Stem - K-5

posted August 1, 2018

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Readers Theater with Aesop Fables

Avalon Elementary

Using various Aesop fables written into plays, the students will choose a fable script, summarize the lesson/moral of the story, edit their fable to make it more descriptive and elaborative, and finally present their drama to other students using hand puppets. 

Character Education - 3

posted August 1, 2018

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Vocabulary Makes a Splash: Literacy Week

Tommie Barfield Elementary

Let's build our vocabulary. More than one quarter of our students are identified as below level in vocabulary according to our instructional data collection tools. While we plan to make vocabulary a focus all year, we hope to put word collecting in the spotlight during Literacy Week in February.  

Language Arts - K-5

posted August 1, 2018 - deadline December 31, 2018

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Learn to Read - - - Sight Word Support

Tommie Barfield Elementary

We aim to support students in grade Kindergarten through 2nd grade as they learn and master their sight words. This tool will also be used by 3rd-5th grade students who are learning the English language.  

Language Arts - K-5

posted August 2, 2018

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Formal research paper writing and Career Research

Marco Island Academy

Goal – To enable all students to have the opportunity to work in class with working computers. All of our secondhand computers in the classroom have been donated approximately five years ago. Almost all are missing keys, do not charge or do not connect to the internet. Many students do not have their own personal computers or access to Wi-Fi at home. We spend lots of class time and energy trying to revive our computers every day.  

Social Studies - 9-12

posted August 3, 2018

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More 'Charm' + More 'Sunshine' = Successful Readers!

Laurel Oak Elementary

The goal of this project is to motivate all of my third grade Cambridge students to read all 15 Florida Sunshine State Young Readers (SSYRA) during the 2018-2019 school year. This will be the second year implementing the Cambridge program at the elementary level, and I want to give my new students the opportunity to set a challenging and exciting goal for themselves while in the Cambridge setting as well as participate in activities that will include reading, writing, speaking and presenting about the books. 

Language Arts - 3

posted August 4, 2018

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High Interest Classroom Library

Palmetto Ridge High

The goal of this project is to give students the opportunity to find a book that they might be interested in to develop a love for reading. The high interest books are never available at the media center and it often leaves students struggling to find anything that can hold their attention. Practice means progress and if students aren't reading something they are interested in, then they won't ever pick up the book to practice their reading skills. This project would invest in a high-interest classroom library that is appropriate to the 10th graders who will be reading a new book every quarter. 

Language Arts - 10

posted August 4, 2018

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Intro to Coding for Kinder & Special Needs Students

Manatee Elementary

The kindergarten, pre-k and special needs students in grades K through 3 will be provided the opportunity to learn basic coding skills, team work, communication and critical thinking skills while utilizing a Code-A-Pillar robot in technology class and in their classroom. 

Stem - K-5

posted August 4, 2018

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STEAM forward with Family Involvement

Golden Terrace Elementary Intermediate

To engage students and families with STEAM activities they can do together at home.  

Stem - Pre K - 5

posted August 5, 2018

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That Owl Ate What???

Golden Terrace Elementary Intermediate

To engage students in learning about food chains and food webs by letting them dissect owl pellets. 

Science - 4

posted August 5, 2018

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Caterpillars Everywhere!

Golden Terrace Elementary Intermediate

To engage students in science while teaching them about the life cycle of a butterfly by watching a caterpillar go through all the stages to become a butterfly.  

Science - K-5

posted August 5, 2018

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Science Fair Superstars

Golden Terrace Elementary Intermediate

My goal is to expand 4th and 5th grade students' interest in STEAM while gaining an understanding of the scientific process and preparing them to compete in the district and state science fairs in Middle School.  

Science - 5

posted August 5, 2018

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Light Up the Dark

Golden Terrace Elementary Intermediate

To enable students to grow plants in the classrooms in the interior of the school that have no windows.  

Stem - 3

posted August 5, 2018

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Sharing DNA: A Collaboration From High School to Elementary

Gulf Coast High

To expose students from elementary to high school in Collier County to the structure and abstract processes associated with DNA replication and transcription through concrete hands-on manipulatives created by MIT . 

Science - 9-12

posted August 6, 2018

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Crack the Lock to Escape

Manatee Elementary

Encourage and inspire students to work collaboratively using critical thinking skills to solve challenging real-world problems. 

Mathematics - 5

posted August 6, 2018

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Small Group Learning – Active Seating

Golden Gate Middle

To provide students with a safe, engaging and motivating environment. This environment will contribute to better learning outcomes, attention and behavior which in turn will lead to higher achievement!  

Mathematics - 6

posted August 7, 2018

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What's in a Word?

Golden Gate Elementary Intermediate

What's in a word? Power! The power to express our hopes, our dreams, our goals, our strengths and our talents. The goal of this project is to help students identify a word to express their hopes, their dreams, their goals, their strengths and their talents. The word will then be inscribed on a bracelet to serve as a reminder and motivation to help students more in a positive direction to achieve their goals. 

Character Education - 5

posted August 7, 2018

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Dash-ing through the classroom!

Corkscrew Elementary

The goal of this project is for students to have hands on interaction with tools that will allow for them to learn how to code. Through learning to code they will continue to enhance their 21st Century skills.  

Stem - 3

posted August 7, 2018

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Electrician STEM lesson

Golden Gate High

Students will be able to use the basic knowledge of electricity that they learn to actually test their skills in wiring different elements of an electrical wiring simulator. 

Science - 9-12

posted August 8, 2018

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New Country, New Customs: Foreign to Familiar

Calusa Park Elementary

The goal of New Country, New Customs: Foreign to Familiar is to continue hosting an International Café. The International Café’s goal is to support our students in assimilating to the United States of America, while recognizing the culture and language they bring with them. They will also have the opportunity to make friends with other students that are learning English as well. 

Other - K-5

posted August 8, 2018

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Computer time!

Golden Gate Elementary Intermediate

To have students be able to get the most out of their computer time with properly working headphones. 

Technology - 5

posted August 8, 2018

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School Subject Project Amount Date Deadline
Avalon Elementary Science Sprouting our Wings in Second Grade!
funded grant
FUNDED
7/02/18
Avalon Elementary Mathematics We Can All Learn, Differentiated Literacy Centers!
funded grant
FUNDED
7/02/18
Naples High Special Needs Students Keeping It Real With the Golden Cafe
funded grant
FUNDED
7/02/18
Eden Park Elementary Stem Lego WeDo 2.0
funded grant
FUNDED
7/02/18
Eden Park Elementary Stem Osmo for Learning
funded grant
FUNDED
7/02/18
Eden Park Elementary Stem Coding with Dash $519.92 7/02/18
Avalon Elementary Language Arts Where the Wild Things Are and so much more! Part 1 $601.00 7/05/18 5/01/19
Avalon Elementary Language Arts I Wanna Iguana! $598.40 7/05/18 5/01/19
Eden Park Elementary Stem Imagine and Create with Makerspace $326.52 7/07/18
Eden Park Elementary Technology We can ALL hear you!
funded grant
FUNDED
7/07/18
Veterans Memorial Elementary Stem Plus Plus Create
funded grant
FUNDED
7/08/18
Tommie Barfield Elementary Technology Kano? Can! Yes! We Can Build Computers!
funded grant
FUNDED
7/08/18
Immokalee High Mathematics $125 for Nearpod license
funded grant
FUNDED
7/09/18
Eden Park Elementary Stem Cricut Together
funded grant
FUNDED
7/09/18
Lake Park Elementary Other Gather and Learn! $716.88 7/09/18
First Baptist Academy Language Arts Morning Tub Marvel $194.00 7/09/18
First Baptist Academy Mathematics Guided Math Workshop $371.00 7/09/18
Immokalee High Mathematics Helping math "click" $257.70 7/10/18
Immokalee High Mathematics iCan and iWill with an iPad $1,520.55 7/10/18
Immokalee High Mathematics Keeping Record of Learning $634.94 7/10/18
Eden Park Elementary Stem Teach with Tech
funded grant
FUNDED
7/10/18
Lorenzo Walker Technical High School Other My Life's Mandala
funded grant
FUNDED
7/10/18
First Baptist Academy Science Creating a Magnetic Masterpiece $200.00 7/11/18
Pelican Marsh Elementary Stem STREAM : STEAM and Reading Combined
funded grant
FUNDED
7/11/18
Veterans Memorial Elementary Language Arts 3rd graders lead a CHARMED life...in reading!
funded grant
FUNDED
7/11/18
Naples Park Elementary Science Amazing Arthropod Slides!
funded grant
FUNDED
7/11/18
Shadowlawn Elementary Stem We need a Makerspace! $427.85 7/12/18
Immokalee High Mathematics Technology can find "X"
funded grant
FUNDED
7/12/18
Veterans Memorial Elementary Technology Time Management Helpers $287.97 7/13/18
Gulf Coast Charter Academy South Stem Resources for a STEAM classroom $166.00 7/13/18
Veterans Memorial Elementary Other 3rd Graders shed some "light" in groupwork!
funded grant
FUNDED
7/13/18
Veterans Memorial Elementary Technology Charging up iPads!
funded grant
FUNDED
7/13/18
Tommie Barfield Elementary Character Education We Teach the Future Leaders of America: Leader in Me
funded grant
FUNDED
7/13/18
Veterans Memorial Elementary Other Making Memories Library Garden $2,000.00 7/13/18
Veterans Memorial Elementary Technology iTools with our iPads!
funded grant
FUNDED
7/14/18
Veterans Memorial Elementary Technology Set the Tone with new HeadPhones!
funded grant
FUNDED
7/14/18
Veterans Memorial Elementary Language Arts O-Pen for learning! $139.50 7/14/18
Veterans Memorial Elementary Technology Our Brain is Popping, with BrainPop Jr! $700.00 7/14/18
Veterans Memorial Elementary Character Education Clip into Positive Behavior! $315.05 7/14/18
Palmetto Elementary Special Needs Students Fantastic Scholastic for Reading and Science!!
funded grant
FUNDED
7/15/18
Palmetto Elementary Special Needs Students Explore, Think and Discover!
funded grant
FUNDED
7/15/18
Lake Park Elementary Language Arts Digital Diversity $480.45 7/16/18
Lake Park Elementary Language Arts Tech for Our Wonderful Wizards $1,964.95 7/16/18
Lake Park Elementary Language Arts Today’s Learners, Tomorrow’s Filmmakers $1,580.00 7/16/18
Lake Park Elementary Language Arts Wizards Seeking Inspirational Reads $652.82 7/16/18
Lake Park Elementary Language Arts Leading and Reading with Digital Citizenship $169.51 7/16/18
Avalon Elementary Language Arts School wide Reading Challenges! $520.00 7/16/18
Naples Park Elementary Special Needs Students Come on Let's Keep Moving!
funded grant
FUNDED
7/17/18
Palmetto Ridge High Character Education Creating Highly Effective Teens
funded grant
FUNDED
7/17/18
Immokalee High Technology My Digital Portfolio $332.00 7/18/18
Palmetto Ridge High Music Building Self-Esteem Through Drum Circles
funded grant
FUNDED
7/18/18
Palmetto Ridge High Special Needs Students College Connection
funded grant
FUNDED
7/18/18
Mike Davis Elementary Language Arts Soaring to Reading and Sight Word Success !
funded grant
FUNDED
7/19/18
Laurel Oak Elementary Special Needs Students We Need to Move It, Move it to Learn it, Learn it!
funded grant
FUNDED
7/19/18
Palmetto Ridge High Science Studying Chemical Thermodynamics While Making Safe Burning Candles, Determining Melting Points, and Graphing Cooling Curves $200.00 7/21/18
Palmetto Ridge High Science STEAM Calculators in the Chemistry Classroom
funded grant
FUNDED
7/21/18
Palmetto Ridge High Stem Teaching Chemistry and STEAM Concepts While Making Soap
funded grant
FUNDED
7/21/18
Palmetto Ridge High Science Chemical Glass Etching - Chemical or Physical Change? $222.60 7/21/18
First Baptist Academy Language Arts Big Books make a Big Impact in Learning! $349.69 7/21/18
Calusa Park Elementary Language Arts Open the Magic $433.73 7/22/18
Avalon Elementary Language Arts The Cat In the Hat Comes to Avalon Elementary! $700.00 7/24/18 2/01/19
First Baptist Academy Stem Squishy Circuit Captivating Creations
funded grant
FUNDED
7/25/18
Lely High Language Arts Great Adventures: Bringing Stories to Life
funded grant
FUNDED
7/25/18
Marco Island Academy Stem Engineering Engineers $995.00 7/25/18
Vineyards Elementary Technology Kinder "Techs"
funded grant
FUNDED
7/26/18
Golden Terrace Elementary Intermediate Mathematics Thinking Outside To Get Into the Box $800.00 7/27/18
Eden Park Elementary Stem Coding with Kinder $317.16 7/27/18
Eden Park Elementary Stem Dash Into 1st Grade with Coding $1,679.94 7/27/18
Eden Park Elementary Science 2nd Grade Insect Adventures
funded grant
FUNDED
7/27/18
Manatee Elementary Stem Learning Real World Skills Through STEAM & the 3C’s: Cooperation, Communication & Critical Thinking
funded grant
FUNDED
7/27/18
Manatee Elementary Technology Nearpod: Interactive Learning Tool
funded grant
FUNDED
7/29/18
Pelican Marsh Elementary Language Arts Listen UP!! $355.84 7/30/18
Golden Gate Elementary Intermediate Language Arts "Our Acre of Diamonds"
funded grant
FUNDED
7/31/18
Tommie Barfield Elementary Health/P.E. PE + Tech = Global Kid Power!
funded grant
FUNDED
8/01/18
Tommie Barfield Elementary Stem Wizarding World of Tommie Barfield
funded grant
FUNDED
8/01/18
Avalon Elementary Character Education Readers Theater with Aesop Fables $569.89 8/01/18
Tommie Barfield Elementary Language Arts Vocabulary Makes a Splash: Literacy Week
funded grant
FUNDED
8/01/18 12/31/18
Tommie Barfield Elementary Language Arts Learn to Read - - - Sight Word Support $239.76 8/02/18
Marco Island Academy Social Studies Formal research paper writing and Career Research
funded grant
FUNDED
8/03/18
Laurel Oak Elementary Language Arts More "Charm" + More "Sunshine" = Successful Readers!
funded grant
FUNDED
8/04/18
Palmetto Ridge High Language Arts High Interest Classroom Library $300.00 8/04/18
Manatee Elementary Stem Intro to Coding for Kinder & Special Needs Students
funded grant
FUNDED
8/04/18
Golden Terrace Elementary Intermediate Stem STEAM forward with Family Involvement $241.62 8/05/18
Golden Terrace Elementary Intermediate Science That Owl Ate What???
funded grant
FUNDED
8/05/18
Golden Terrace Elementary Intermediate Science Caterpillars Everywhere!
funded grant
FUNDED
8/05/18
Golden Terrace Elementary Intermediate Science Science Fair Superstars
funded grant
FUNDED
8/05/18
Golden Terrace Elementary Intermediate Stem Light Up the Dark $503.86 8/05/18
Gulf Coast High Science Sharing DNA: A Collaboration From High School to Elementary
funded grant
FUNDED
8/06/18
Manatee Elementary Mathematics Crack the Lock to Escape $275.00 8/06/18
Golden Gate Middle Mathematics Small Group Learning – Active Seating $1,960.00 8/07/18
Golden Gate Elementary Intermediate Character Education What's in a Word?
funded grant
FUNDED
8/07/18
Corkscrew Elementary Stem Dash-ing through the classroom!
funded grant
FUNDED
8/07/18
Golden Gate High Science Electrician STEM lesson
funded grant
FUNDED
8/08/18
Calusa Park Elementary Other New Country, New Customs: Foreign to Familiar
funded grant
FUNDED
8/08/18
Golden Gate Elementary Intermediate Technology Computer time!
funded grant
FUNDED