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Collaborative Swimming in the Sea of Learning

Fuguitt Elementary School

Collaborative Swimming in the Sea of Learning is a project that provides accommodations to integrate financial literacy into daily instruction in our self-contained special education classroom. The goal of this project will be to
redesign the self-contained special education classroom into a setting that fosters collaborative learning. Students will work in groups that compliment each others strengths and assist one another to develop their reading and math skills in a setting that helps them learn how to socialize appropriately.  

Special Needs Students - K-5

posted January 16, 2019

0% Funded

 

 

Only $926 Needed

 
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Headphones for learning

Curlew Creek Elementary School

Technology is part of our everyday curriculum, and a class set of headphones would enhance our daily learning. Our goal is to have new headphones to replace the broken headphones so students can use ipads and computers without distractions. 

Technology - K

posted January 15, 2019

100% Funded

 

 

Only $0 Needed

 
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Suncoast -Celebrating Scholar Achievement

Fairmount Park Elementary School

To improve reading and writing skills so our scholars are working toward being career and college ready.
To increase the number of scholars who meet their projected growth on MAP and meet proficiency on MAP. MAP is a computer adaptive test that students take 2 - 3 times per year. It shows strengths, weaknesses, and growth in particular areas of reading and math. It provides teachers with information to help them deliver appropriate lessons for the scholars to help them show growth over time. Our goal in grades Kindergarten through 2nd grade is to have 70% of our scholars reach the MAP Norm for that grade level. Right now we have about 40% of our scholars at that level - meeting the Norm for their grade level.) We will take our third assessment in March to see how close we get to our goal.
Our goal is grades 3-5 are based on FSA scores, however we use MAP assessment results to drive instruction in the classroom to meet the needs of our scholars. We also use these results to gauge where we are in relation to our goals for FSA, as MAP has a correlation chart that we use after the winter testing cycle (Dec.) to help project how our students will fare on the FSA in April. Right now about 20% of our scholars in grades 3-5 are meeting proficiency in ELA. Our goal is 30%. 25% of our scholars are projected to meet proficiency in math, and our goal is 40%. We definitely have our work cut out for us. The incentives will help motivate our scholars to do their best.

We also use the i-Ready Computer Program as an intervention for reading and math. i-Ready is an interactive computer program that provides individualized instruction for each scholar based on each one's unique needs. We use this program for intervention for our struggling scholars and enrichment for our higher performing scholars. To motivate scholars to meet the required minutes weekly on i-Ready and pass the quizzes at 75% or higher. 

Language Arts - K-5

posted January 15, 2019

0% Funded

 

 

Only $1000 Needed

 
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Girlfriends College Trip- University of Florida

Melrose Elementary School

The goal of the “Girlfriends College Trip- University of Florida” is to provide our scholars with opportunities to enhance skills currently in their possession and to develop skillsets that will prepare them for post-secondary education. The main objectives include: 1. Scholars will aspire to a lifelong path toward higher education and deeper learning that ends with a degree. 2. Scholars will further consider education related degrees. 3. Scholars will be prepared for college and career readiness. 

Other - 5

posted January 15, 2019 - deadline February 15, 2019

0% Funded

 

 

Only $1300 Needed

 
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Hamilton Education Program in Tampa

Clearwater High School

To offset the costs of bus transportation for my students who will be attending the Hamilton Education Program at the Straz Center in Tampa.  

Social Studies - 9-12

posted January 14, 2019 - deadline February 15, 2019

26% Funded

 

 

Only $643.93 Needed

 
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Sembler - Kindle Book Clubs

Blanton Elementary School

Students will use technology to participate in book clubs focused around culturally relevant topics using various AVID strategies.  

Technology - Pre K - 5

posted January 9, 2019

0% Funded

 

 

Only $2500 Needed

 
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Virtual Fill the Bus - Book Bus Summer 2019

Summer Reading

Raise $10,000 to purchase new books for the Book Bus Summer Reading project. 

Other - K-12

posted January 7, 2019

0% Funded

 

 

Only $10000 Needed

 
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GoZen for Academic Success

Forest Lakes Elementary School

Our goal is to give our students with anxiety a variety of tools to help manage their anxiety in order to be more successful and less anxious at home and at school.
Who has anxiety?
• 30% of children with ADHD also have an anxiety
disorder
• 25% of adolescents with reading problems have an
anxiety disorder (most commonly social phobia)
• 50‐85% of children with ASD/Asperger’s have an
anxiety disorder
Academic Consequences of Anxiety
• Anxiety leads to poor academic performance & under‐
achievement
– Anxious children in year 1 are 10 times more likely to be in bottom 1/3 of class by year 5
– Anxious students score lower than peers on measures of IQ and achievement tests
- Anxiety leads to poor engagement in the classroom and community

 

Special Needs Students - K-5

posted December 20, 2018

0% Funded

 

 

Only $325 Needed

 
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Skyway student professional musician development at Lakewood High School

Lakewood High School

To acquire new music and repertoire to expand the knowledge of our student musicians and provide new performance opportunities.  

Music - 9-12

posted December 18, 2018

100% Funded

 

 

Only $0 Needed

 
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Suncoast - EUREKA TEACHER EDITIONS

Maximo Elementary School

OBTAINING A FULL SET OF EUREKA MATH TEACHER EDITIONS FOR GRADES K THROUGH 5 WOULD ALLOW ACCESS TO ALL OF OUR EDUCATORS EQUITABLE RESOURCES. THIS WOULD BE LIFE ALTERING S FOR OUR SCHOLARS EDUCATION. HAVING ACCESS TO TE EDITIONS WILL GIVE RICH MATH RESOURCES TO ALL OF OUR STAFF WHILE THEY ARE PULLING SCHOLARS AT PROMISE TIME, SATURDAY SCHOOL, SMALL GROUPS ETC.Following is a synopsis of Eureka Math curriculum and how it benefits all math scholars as it meets the mathematical shifts, focus, rigor, and coherence. Eureka math was developed about 6 years ago as a free resource under NYENGAGE. Anyone could download these resources; the problem came in when schools had to print the resources.
Later NYENGAGE was struggling with finances and The Bill and Melinda Gates became one of their benefactors.
The reviews from EDReports suggest that Eureka is one of the few mathematical resources that enable teachers to teach math with fidelity.
Eureka Math is the printed version of NYEngage, Great Minds is the digital version of the same curriculum.
I have attached a link if you wish to have access to further information of the valuable resource;
https://greatminds.org/.
 

Mathematics - K-5

posted December 4, 2018

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Only $1000 Needed

 
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Sembler - Experiential and Hands on Learning

Campbell Park Elementary School

Located in south St. Petersburg, very close to Tropicana Field, Campbell Park Elementary School is home to more than 575 students in grades Pre-Kindergarten-5th. The school’s population is 91% African American and more than 90% are eligible for free lunch. Free breakfast and an after-school meal are also available to our students.
Our goal is to prepare students with the vital knowledge and skills they will need for college or careers, while at the same time encouraging creativity, and a life-long appreciation for learning.
Our objective is to improve creativity, expression, reading and comprehension by providing our pre-K and kindergarten students, with real-world experiences that they can read about in our classrooms. They can touch, taste, and then grow a pumpkin they read about in a book. See farm animals they watched in videos, read about in books, and created with art materials. They can “play at the beach,” in our outdoor classroom with shells, sand, and materials that allow them to build a sand castle, sort “life-like” beach animals and understand which ones live in the water, in the air, and on land. They can then go to the beach and actually see, touch, hear and interact with the beach environment. These life experiences give them the beginnings of understanding, expression, and comprehension of language, the written word and their world. 

Other - Pre-K

posted November 29, 2018

100% Funded

 

 

Only $0 Needed

 
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Sembler - Flexible seating with technology

Northwest Elementary School

to increase the percentage of Fifth grade students meeting or exceeding state proficiency on FSA:
ELA- increase from 32% to 55%
Math- increase from 52% to 62% 

Technology - 5

posted November 19, 2018

100% Funded

 

 

Only $0 Needed

 
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Skyway Priority Student PBIS Projects

Lakewood Elementary School

Our goal is to implement school-wide PBIS (positive behavior incentive system) 

Other - Pre K - 5

posted November 16, 2018

100% Funded

 

 

Only $0 Needed

 
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Sembler- Making PE Great Again

John M. Sexton Elementary School

We are hoping to infuse life back into our PE Program. New equipment is imperative in engaging our students and helping to ignite a passion for a healthy lifestyle. 

Health/P.E. - Pre K - 5

posted November 14, 2018

100% Funded

 

 

Only $-2.3800000000001 Needed

 
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Jabil-Making Space for Makerspaces! (iPad palooza)

McMullen Booth Elementary School

As a Library Media Specialist in a Title 1 (low income) school of over 600 students, I am blessed to teach to the hearts of every student. Whether they are Gifted, Autistic, homeless, or just a 'kid' I want to ignite the spark of the digital world in their souls. I am hoping to offer a hands on collaborate space for all students to come and create using a digital platform.  

Technology - Pre K - 5

posted November 12, 2018

0% Funded

 

 

Only $897 Needed

 
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Skyway -Girlfriends of Thurgood Marshall-Jump at the Sun!

Thurgood Marshall Middle School

The goal of our trip to provide our students with the opportunity to participate in engaging and academically-based STEM education, heritage, and cultural programs. In addition, we hope to inspire students’ awareness of career opportunities and to dispel some of the myths and stereotypes about these fields and the persons entering them while preparing them for college and career readiness. 

Stem - 6-8

posted November 9, 2018

100% Funded

 

 

Only $0 Needed

 
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FTBS - Pupils Prefer Pencils

St. Petersburg High School

Provide pencils for students who do not have them. Promotes higher student engagement and success. 

Language Arts - 9-12

posted November 8, 2018

100% Funded

 

 

Only $0 Needed

 
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FTBS - Gotta Pack it in a Pocket (folder)

St. Petersburg High School

Provide pocket folders for students who do not have them. Promotes higher student engagement and success. 

Language Arts - 9-12

posted November 8, 2018

100% Funded

 

 

Only $0 Needed

 
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No Rocks or Scissors--Just paper

St. Petersburg High School

Provide supplies for students who do not have them. Promotes higher student engagement and success. 

Language Arts - 9-12

posted November 8, 2018

0% Funded

 

 

Only $100 Needed

 
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Sphero Support

Bay Point Middle School

To introduce students to the worlds of coding, robotics and apps.  

Technology - 6-8

posted November 8, 2018

0% Funded

 

 

Only $2070 Needed

 
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Jabil - Coding with KUBO

Starkey Elementary School

The goal of the PCS STEM Academy program is to increase student achievement by engaging students in innovative science, technology, engineering and mathematics so that students are able to become globally competitive. The implementation of computer programming in my primary STEM Academy at Starkey Elementary will increase student knowledge in the areas of; coding as a universal language, problem solving, computational thinking and the exploration of job opportunities. 

Stem - K-5

posted November 6, 2018

100% Funded

 

 

Only $0 Needed

 
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Jabil-3rd Grade STEM Academy Expansion

Frontier Elementary School

My goal is to increase the experience and knowledge of 3rd Grade students in the STEM field and to reach them through engaging methods.  

Stem - 3

posted November 6, 2018

100% Funded

 

 

Only $0 Needed

 
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Sembler

Seventy-Fourth Street Elementary School

To create a school wide culture that connects all students through literacy. 

Language Arts - Pre K - 5

posted November 6, 2018

100% Funded

 

 

Only $0 Needed

 
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Sembler-Hands on Problem Solving

Azalea Elementary School

To Cultivate effective Interactive Teamwork
Improve Cooperative Learning Skills and decision making abilities.
Develop critical thinkers and problem solving skills
Recognize that each member of a team has unique abilities and talents essential to success. 

Other - K-5

posted November 5, 2018

100% Funded

 

 

Only $0 Needed

 
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Skyway- Reading Intervention Materials

Bay Point Elementary School

Help increase the knowledge and understanding of our low performing students in English Language Arts.  

Language Arts - Pre K - 5

posted October 30, 2018

100% Funded

 

 

Only $0 Needed

 
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Suncoast reading clubs

Gulfport Elementary School

To improve standard based learning in the classrooms integrating book clubs and informational text.  

Language Arts - 3

posted October 29, 2018

0% Funded

 

 

Only $516.09 Needed

 
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'Suncoast Flexible Seating for 'Stars Class'

Bardmoor Elementary School

To provide flexible seating where students would be able to choose comfortable places to read and work independently. 

Special Needs Students - 3

posted October 29, 2018

0% Funded

 

 

Only $314 Needed

 
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Suncoast - Hands on Retelling in Kindergarten

Sawgrass Lake Elementary School

One of our goals in kindergarten is to become proficient storytellers. We do this by retelling familiar stories to include character, setting, and events. Students learn best through hands on learning. We can support this by creating a retelling center that has hands on pieces so students can act out the story. Students will be able to practice retelling stories using the pieces that match our familiar stories. 

Language Arts - K

posted October 29, 2018

100% Funded

 

 

Only $0 Needed

 
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Jabil - Kindergarten Coders: Using Bee-Bots to Engage Students and Integrate Coding Across the Curriculum

San Jose Elementary School

The use of BeeBots will engage students in STEM activities while teaching and integrating coding basics into language arts and math curriculum.  

Stem - K

posted October 28, 2018

100% Funded

 

 

Only $0 Needed

 
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Suncoast Makerspace at Melrose

Melrose Elementary School

To increase student engagement, knowledge, and performance in STEAM education through Makerspace activities in the Melrose Media Center.  

Stem - Pre K - 5

posted October 26, 2018

100% Funded

 

 

Only $0 Needed

 
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Suncoast- Building Up Melrose Artists with Rigor and Relevance

Melrose Elementary School

The goal of this grant is to enhance scholar creativity, visual literacy, and divergent thinking. Creating more innovating art projects and experiences will establish skills scholars can build upon as artists, which will benefit them throughout their education and future careers. Capitalizing on this opportunity, I'd like to offer the opportunity to expand the visual art content knowledge and provide more success in the visual arts. 

Art - Pre K - 5

posted October 25, 2018

100% Funded

 

 

Only $0 Needed

 
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Melrose 3rd grade Math

Melrose Elementary School

My goal is to allow scholars to be able to show their thinking using different strategies on a whiteboard for the 2018-2019 school year. This will allow them to use less paper and is more appealing to the scholars than having to write in a notebook. 

Mathematics - 3

posted October 25, 2018

0% Funded

 

 

Only $100 Needed

 
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Suncoast please help increase student engagement with flexible seating

Melrose Elementary School

Increase student engagement and attention during academic lessons with the use of movement based flexible seating.  

Special Needs Students - Pre K - 5

posted October 25, 2018

0% Funded

 

 

Only $917.52 Needed

 
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Suncoast please help provide our KG classrooms with tools they need

Melrose Elementary School

To provide classrooms with tools from Learning Without Tears that are backed by evidence based research to develop the necessary foundation skills to be successful writers.  

Other - K

posted October 25, 2018

0% Funded

 

 

Only $992.4 Needed

 
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Suncoast - ESOL Rising Readers

Marjorie K. Rawlings Elementary School

As an ESOL teacher, my goal is to build confidence in students that are often times shy, insecure, and afraid to make mistakes. Since English is my students' second language, they need a lot of practice with vocabulary, grammar, and reading comprehension. 

Language Arts - K-5

posted October 24, 2018

0% Funded

 

 

Only $327.4 Needed

 
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Suncoast VPK Bringing STEAM to the Extreme!

Westgate Elementary School

Our goal is to infuse science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics into our VPK students’ daily experience. Our class is a brand-new addition to an amazing School, and because it is new, we must build our program to ensure the students this year and in years to come have the tools needed to fully explore their environment and nurture their problem solving and critical thinking skills. VPK curriculum consist of themed units and in these units, there are specific standards that must be met. Our goal is to provide fun and exciting experiences to assist in meeting these standards and promote a love of learning. 

Stem - Pre-K

posted October 24, 2018

100% Funded

 

 

Only $0 Needed

 
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Service Learning Challenge- A Fresh Start

Melrose Elementary School

Give the families at Melrose Elementary School the tools they need so that every scholar can attend school daily wearing the required uniform attire. 

Other - 5

posted October 23, 2018

100% Funded

 

 

Only $0 Needed

 
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Shen Yun Chinese Dancing

Eisenhower Elementary School

To allow my Title 1, underprivileged, Gifted students to attend a show at the Mahaffey Theater in St. Petersburg that directly supports our Unit of Study this year on Ancient China. This would be an experience they may not otherwise ever have. 

Special Needs Students - K-5

posted October 23, 2018

100% Funded

 

 

Only $0 Needed

 
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Skyway

Bay Vista Fundamental Elementary School

Fourth grade students will increase their knowledge of
Florida's unique geography, history and cultures, while increasing reading proficiency.  

Social Studies - 4

posted October 21, 2018

0% Funded

 

 

Only $500 Needed

 
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Citizen of the Month honors Lealman Students

Lealman Avenue Elementary School

My goal is to instill a sense of pride in the children that are nominated for Citizen of the Month. I want each child to embrace their nomination and to be proud of their accomplishment. My goal is to encourage each and every child to be the best they can be, to celebrate themselves and to boost their confidence. 'The Citizen of the Month' breakfasts are in place to recognize hard work. The Citizen of the Month student is nominated for their leadership qualities, their hard work, their focus on making good choices. The children that are honored with this award, earn their recognition, they are proud when they are nominated. My goal is for these student is once they receive this honor, I want them to own it for whole the school year.
 

Other - K-5

posted October 16, 2018

100% Funded

 

 

Only $0 Needed

 
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Suncoast - Creating a Culturally Rich and Diverse Classroom Library

Southern Oak Elementary School

My goal of this grant is to provide students daily access to books that reflect their own cultural identities, experiences and family units.

This grant would allow fifth grade readers to feel connected and accepted in the classroom; building strong relationships and building trust while growing their reading skills and cultural and social identities.  

Language Arts - 5

posted October 15, 2018

0% Funded

 

 

Only $400 Needed

 
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Skyway For the Love of Reading

Bay Vista Fundamental Elementary School

Fourth grade students will increase in reading proficiency.  

Language Arts - 4

posted October 15, 2018

100% Funded

 

 

Only $0 Needed

 
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Suncaost - Lego WALL of FAME

Sandy Lane Elementary School

We would like to create a Lego wall in our library for student use.  

Other - K-5

posted October 12, 2018

100% Funded

 

 

Only $0 Needed

 
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Suncoast - When You're Smiling, the Whole World Smiles with You

Calvin A. Hunsinger

My students have significant emotional and behavioral issues and often do not view themselves positively. The goal of this project is to capture my students in pictures when they are being successful in school.  

Special Needs Students - K-12

posted October 11, 2018

0% Funded

 

 

Only $250 Needed

 
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Suncoast Creative Construction through Critical Thinking Skills

Gulfport Elementary School

My goal of this grant is to provide opportunities for spatial reasoning, divergent thinking, and building confidence in children through imaginative play.  

Other - K-5

posted October 10, 2018

0% Funded

 

 

Only $681.5 Needed

 
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Suncoast - History Makers create World Changers

John M. Sexton Elementary School

Social studies/History is embedded with ELA for 5th grade. However, there is not enough resources to supplement all the misconceptions and learning for my scholars to really understand and be prepared for middle school. My grant monies will be used to promote the social studies, science, and ELA standards as well as learning their own history through critical thinking, communication, collaboration, and creativity/innovation. The project will increase student engagement by utilizing high interest activities in a fun and creative way.

This project aligns with Florida standards in social studies, science, and ELA. 

Social Studies - 5

posted October 10, 2018

100% Funded

 

 

Only $0 Needed

 
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FTBS- DATA FOLDER SUPPLIES

Seminole Middle School

I would like to create Data Folders with my students. 

Mathematics - 6-8

posted October 10, 2018

0% Funded

 

 

Only $100.4 Needed

 
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Jabil-Calculator College Readiness

Seminole Middle School

Teach Students how to use a Graphing Calculator 

Mathematics - 6-8

posted October 10, 2018

0% Funded

 

 

Only $1000 Needed

 
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Ready for Reading and Financial Literacy... Take Two!

High Point Elementary School

The goal of this project is to enhance the financial literacy AND reading curriculum of our 5th grade students! 

Science - 5

posted October 10, 2018

0% Funded

 

 

Only $321 Needed

 
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Suncoast - Learning through cooking and sensory input

John M. Sexton Elementary School

To enable my students to have multiple learning opportunities that will meet their need for sensory input and help them make learning gains. 

Special Needs Students - Pre K - 5

posted October 9, 2018

0% Funded

 

 

Only $694.77 Needed

 
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Suncoast - Wifi Scholarships

Bardmoor Elementary School

To provide Title 1 eligible students with an internet scholarship for wifi for their Connect For Success take-home computers.  

Technology - K-5

posted October 8, 2018

100% Funded

 

 

Only $0 Needed

 
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Suncoast - Curriculum Enrichment

John M. Sexton Elementary School

Students need materials to enrich the Language Arts, Math, Science and Social Studies curriculum in our classroom. We need manipulatives and activities to engage student's today and allow for students to build their academic performance. Many of our students lack experiences due to economic and social backgrounds. We hope to bridge the gaps with materials and activities that are encouraging students to work together, communicate and build their knowledge base. 

Other - K

posted October 8, 2018

0% Funded

 

 

Only $750 Needed

 
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Flexible Seating for 21st Century Learners

Southern Oak Elementary School

Learning today is a collaborative adventure. Flexible seating allows for more productive collaboration between students that traditional seating does not allow.

This grant would allow me to purchase flexible seating options for my students in order to increase learning. 

Language Arts - 4

posted October 8, 2018

101% Funded

 

 

Only $-1.05 Needed

 
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Suncoast iPad Project

Melrose Elementary School

The goal of my request is to provide my scholars another avenue of learning using 21st-century technology.  

Stem - K

posted October 7, 2018

0% Funded

 

 

Only $960 Needed

 
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Suncoast-Spark STEM Learning

McMullen Booth Elementary School

Spark STEM Learning through Picture-Perfect STEM project has three goals: 1 – to integrate literacy and science to further promote the application of reading comprehension strategies; 2 – to increase the students’ capacity for STEM through engaging hands-on activities; and 3 – to encourage students to further explore concepts by formulating their own questions and move toward designing their own investigations. 

Stem - 5

posted October 7, 2018

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Only $0 Needed

 
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Using Technology to Help Students Track Their Mathematics Learning Progress

Southern Oak Elementary School

The goal of this grant is to supply students with access to iPads in the classroom, so that they can engage with technological programs that will increase their ability to track their own learning progress in my mathematics class. 

Technology - 5

posted October 6, 2018

0% Funded

 

 

Only $639.6 Needed

 
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Reading at your fingertips

Curlew Creek Elementary School

The goal of this grant is to enhance students love of reading through new and engaging books. This is achieved by providing students with a variety of age appropriate chapter books which build their reading stamina and love for reading overall. Finding books to help differentiate instruction as well as providing multicultural titles and 21st century situations relevant to the students.  

Language Arts - 2

posted October 6, 2018

0% Funded

 

 

Only $697.91 Needed

 
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Suncoast - STEM Book Buddies with Family

Largo Middle School

Increase STEM related materials in my students homes to deepen their understanding of how science, technology, engineering and mathematics can be found in everyday text. My hope for this grant would be that by my students embracing STEM ideas and text, this will increase their interest to explore fields in STEM in the future. The more that I can expose my students to STEM, even in a math classroom, the more they might want to explore STEM in the future. 

Stem - 6

posted October 5, 2018

100% Funded

 

 

Only $0 Needed

 
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Suncoast - Preparing for the future

Cross Bayou Elementary School

My goal is that my students will gain a better understanding of taking ownership of their learning. We will work with the understanding, that the harder we work and learn, the more money we can make. Putting in our best pays off 

Mathematics - 1

posted September 27, 2018

100% Funded

 

 

Only $0 Needed

 
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Weather Monitoring System to Improve Students Use of Live, Real-Time Weather Data

Seminole High School

The goal is to provide students projects that engage the students in the use of live, real-world data that increases their understanding of the social impact of weather as well as improves their skills in math and science. 

Science - 9-12

posted September 24, 2018

0% Funded

 

 

Only $10000 Needed

 
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Creating Lifelong Readers

Bay Vista Fundamental Elementary School

Increase reading engagement and achievement of 4th graders at Bay Vista Fundamental. Create a lifelong love of reading and books.  

Language Arts - 4

posted September 21, 2018

0% Funded

 

 

Only $1400 Needed

 
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Suncoast - Let them see their names in print!

Dixie Hollins High School

Every year I energize students throughout the school to submit their best creative writing, artwork, and photography to our school's literary magazine, Rebelations. Every student is eligible to submit whether they are in my creative writing class or not. So many students summon the courage to put themselves out there, to be vulnerable and let others see such personal work, but there is always a black cloud over their heads because our funding is always in question. The school does not have the money to pay for the printing of the magazine.

 

Language Arts - 9-12

posted September 18, 2018

100% Funded

 

 

Only $0 Needed

 
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Helping Students Reach Their Collegiate Goals

Countryside High School

My students need exposure to literature that will help them on their path to success. With the books I am requesting the students will be able to self-reflect while developing grit, perseverance, and creating a path towards future success.  

Other - 9-12

posted September 10, 2018

0% Funded

 

 

Only $2040.3 Needed

 
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Suncoast--Lakewood Tigers are ROARing to success

Lakewood Elementary School

Student services and instructional staff servicing grades PreK-5 will provide school-wide incentives to increase student success by reinforcing students who demonstrate pro-social behavior, follow school rules, and display the ROAR guidelines of Respect, On Task, Always Safe and Responsible. Our goal is to reduce discipline incidents by explicitly teaching and reinforcing positive behaviors.  

Other - Pre K - 5

posted September 10, 2018

100% Funded

 

 

Only $0 Needed

 
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JABIL STEM - Future Engineers in the Making

Sawgrass Lake Elementary School

Through the use of Magna Tiles, Imagination Builders, Crystal Building Blocks, Rainbow Pyramid Stacks, Translucent Magna Builders and a Light Table, my kindergarten students will be able to design and build structures in small group and independently. 

Stem - K

posted September 9, 2018

0% Funded

 

 

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Dramatic Play Grant-Various Play Themes

Lynch Elementary School

The goal of this grant is to purchase items to increase and enrich what little we currently have. These items will be for use in the pre-kindergarten classroom in the dramatic play center to increase students' fine and gross motor skills, math, literacy, real world applications, social skills, writing and science.
 

Other - Pre-K

posted September 7, 2018

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Suncoast - Science Fair!

Bay Point Middle School

The goal of this project is to allow students to present their science fair projects at one of our discovery nights where parents and students can see them on display.  

Science - 8

posted September 6, 2018

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Exploring coding and Robotics at Disston Academy

Hamilton Disston

The goal is to assist students in alternative educational setting the benefits of learning how a computer works and also how coding affects our everyday lives. Students should have the same opportunity to venture and explore the opportunities that advanced technology has given our society.  

Technology - 9-12

posted August 28, 2018

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Flexible Seating

Highland Lakes Elementary School

We would like to incorporate flexible seating into our classroom. We would like to give students the opportunity to be able to choose their seat in the classroom. We would like to purchase one Gaiam Kids Balance Ball chair for each of our students.  

Other - 1

posted August 28, 2018

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Suncoast - Study Island

Bay Point Middle School

My goal for this project is to obtain higher student achievement on the district science assessments through the use of the Study Island program.  

Science - 8

posted August 27, 2018

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5th Grade iPads

Campbell Park Elementary School

Hi, my name is Paula Knauss. I have a terrific 5th grade family of ten year olds that need your help in having a 1-to-1 technology classroom using iPads. Please help me expose these children to more technology in the classroom; so they will be better skilled for the career market in the years to come. 

Technology - 5

posted August 26, 2018

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Making Steps in Reading

Bardmoor Elementary School

The goal of this grant is to provide powerful small group literacy instruction for students that are proficient to further their growth and challenge them as young readers and writers by teaching them higher level reading and writing strategies.  

Language Arts - 3

posted August 25, 2018

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Wax Museum Revolutionary Style

Bauder Elementary School

Students will step back in time to learn about the American Revolution while writing about a famous person during the period. 

Language Arts - 5

posted August 25, 2018

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Jabil-Robotics Competition Team

Azalea Middle School

The goal of the Robotics competition team is to increase student achievement by engaging students in automation and robotics. The implementation of Robotics competition team at Azalea Middle School will increase student knowledge in both current and future roles for the use of automation and robotics while engaging them in real life, hands-on experiences by problem solving. 

Stem - 8

posted August 24, 2018

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Crossing the Road to Success

Dixie Hollins Adult Education Center

To fund GED exam fees for college and/or career-bound resident students at the Pinellas Hope homeless shelter adult education classroom. 

Other - Adult Ed.

posted August 22, 2018

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Maker Space Needed

High Point Elementary School

My students need a storage unit and utility cart and bins for a mobile Lego lab.  

Stem - 1

posted August 21, 2018

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Pluggie the robot

Pinellas Park High School

Our goal is to use robotics to bring awareness to fire safety and first responder topics such as hurricane preparedness and fire safety. Students operate and maintain the robot for young children and adults in public settings.  

Stem - 9-12

posted August 20, 2018

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Language & Literacy Enrichment in Prek

Eisenhower Elementary School

With the help of a language and literacy materials, I will be able to expose the students to new vocabulary and content they haven't seen before. We need our students to develop skills in vocabulary, grammar, reading comprehension. Most students in my Varying Exceptionalities class has a communication disorder and are language impaired. With the help of age appropriate materials to expose them to language and literacy skills this will help the students succeed early on.  

Special Needs Students - Pre-K

posted August 20, 2018

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STEM IN-ACTION at The Science Center!

Campbell Park Elementary School

Students will be introduced to 2nd grade science topics and students will be able to investigate, compare, experiment, and enhance their learning through hands-on activities and demonstrations. 

Science - 2

posted August 19, 2018

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Being Prepared for an Active Assailant/ Emergency Situation

Cross Bayou Elementary School

Prepare emergency 'Run' backpacks for all classrooms in the chance we need to leave school in the event of an Active Assailant on campus. 

Other - Pre K - 5

posted August 18, 2018

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FTBS- Student supplies McMullen Booth Elementary 4th grade

McMullen Booth Elementary School

To allow students to fully participate in learning through the use of school supplies 

Mathematics - 4

posted August 18, 2018

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FTBS - Academic Math/Science Supplies

Sanderlin PK-8

Through this grant I hope to receive the necessary supplies to assist my students in becoming organized, self-directed learners in math and science classes, reaching academic successes with these necessary tools. 

Mathematics - 6-8

posted August 17, 2018

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Suncoast - Our mind is growing at Tyrone Middle School's Garden

Tyrone Middle School

Imagine a schoolyard garden that scholars, faculty and community members show off with pride and excitement, not only because of it’s beauty but because it enables a set of learning experiences for scholars to understand sustainability and see ecology happening in front of their eyes. We can make this vision a reality at Tyrone Middle School. School gardens enhance overall academic achievement and provide a better understanding and appreciation for agriculture and the environment. Scholars will learn to take on leadership roles within jobs to maintain the garden, become more engaged in the ecology science unit, have a better understanding of native wildlife, and learn the process of growing various veggies and herbs, gaining hands on lessons in an outdoor school garden. Participants in garden club will grow their curiosity and excitement about organic gardening, natural resources, nutrition and the impact we all have on our environment.  

Science - 7

posted August 17, 2018

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Hand on Problem Solving Grades 1 - 2

North Shore Elementary School

The HoPS program will demonstrate to students the importance of reading comprehension, following written and verbal instructions, and working in a team. It provides the opportunity for students to understand the importance of each team member’s unique abilities. They will learn how to be critical and creative thinkers, problem solvers, and efficient information managers, while building teamwork, citizenship, and sportsmanship skills.  

Stem - K-5

posted August 17, 2018

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Art Supplies for After School Program

Dixie Hollins High School

To encourage the pursuit and recognition of street art as a credible genre and as a possible interest for young artists to explore 

Art - 9-12

posted August 17, 2018

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Hands on STEM Field Trips

Bay Point Middle School

The goal of this grant is to increase student knowledge and interest in STEM fields by taking them to a museum and aquarium for hands on activities like building a Mars Rover and testing and comparing salt and fresh water samples.  

Stem - 6-8

posted August 17, 2018

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Recycling

Osceola Fundamental High School

To be able to get the supplies needed for my ESE students to collect, store and transport recycled materials to designated places.  

Special Needs Students - 9-12

posted August 15, 2018

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Like learning at Starbucks

Bardmoor Elementary School

Utilize flexible seating to help meet the needs of today's learners 

Other - 5

posted August 15, 2018

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3D Printer Lab

Dixie Hollins High School

We are updating and expanding our 3D printing and rapid prototyping lab. The six new printers will replace our two lonely machines which have come to the end of their functional lifespan. By upgrading, we are shortening the line for students to print their projects while reducing overall printing times in the classroom. 

Technology - 9-12

posted August 15, 2018

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FTBS - Close the Gap Habits for HS College and Career

Osceola Middle School

demonstrate a measurable increase in student achievement across all levels via AVID strategies, with evidence and work gathered in an interactive notebook for each student. 

Language Arts - 6-8

posted August 14, 2018

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FTBS Students in Need

Oak Grove Middle School

To provide students with the required organizational materials to improve organizational and study skills.  

Language Arts - 8

posted August 14, 2018

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Graphing Calculators

Dixie Hollins High School

Class set of graphing calculators 

Mathematics - 9-12

posted August 14, 2018

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JABIL - STEMming with Math, Science, and Literacy

High Point Elementary School

The goal of this project is to enhance the STEM AND reading curriculum of our 5th grade students!  

Stem - 5

posted August 14, 2018

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STEM - HOPS - Hands On Problem Solving for 3rd graders

Anona Elementary School

The goal of this project is to raise enough funding to pay for all 3rd grade students at Anona Elementary School to participate in HOPS – Hands-On Problem Solving. HOPS – Hands on Problem Solving is a highly structured, creative, exciting, intellectually challenging & fun competitive event. The program uses a team approach where participants use creative solutions to solve 4 various challenges, incorporating educational skills while students develop their hands on problem solving skills.  

Stem - 3

posted August 14, 2018

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STEM - HOPS - Hands On Problem Solving for 2nd graders

Anona Elementary School

The goal of this project is to raise enough funding to pay for all 2nd grade students at Anona Elementary School to participate in HOPS – Hands-On Problem Solving. HOPS – Hands on Problem Solving is a highly structured, creative, exciting, intellectually challenging & fun competitive event. The program uses a team approach where participants use creative solutions to solve 4 various challenges, incorporating educational skills while students develop their hands on problem solving skills.  

Stem - 2

posted August 14, 2018

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STEM - HOPS - Hands On Problem Solving for 5th graders

Anona Elementary School

The goal of this project is to raise enough funding to pay for all 5th grade students at Anona Elementary School to participate in HOPS – Hands-On Problem Solving. HOPS – Hands on Problem Solving is a highly structured, creative, exciting, intellectually challenging & fun competitive event. The program uses a team approach where participants use creative solutions to solve 4 various challenges, incorporating educational skills while students develop their hands on problem solving skills.  

Stem - 5

posted August 14, 2018

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STEM - HOPS - Hands On Problem Solving for 4th graders

Anona Elementary School

The goal of this project is to raise enough funding to pay for all 4th grade students at Anona Elementary School to participate in HOPS – Hands-On Problem Solving. HOPS – Hands on Problem Solving is a highly structured, creative, exciting, intellectually challenging & fun competitive event. The program uses a team approach where participants use creative solutions to solve 4 various challenges, incorporating educational skills while students develop their hands on problem solving skills.  

Stem - 4

posted August 14, 2018

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3D Sculpting Software

Dixie Hollins High School

My goal is to setup our classroom computers with ZBrush; a cutting-edge, 3D sculpting application used in the Film, Video Game, and 3D Design industries. This tool is highly coveted and is now the industry standard for companies that focus on 3D design.  

Technology - 9-12

posted August 9, 2018

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Science/Technology/Math Curriculum

Clearview Adult Education Center

My students who have limited English proficiency, need access to high quality Science, Math and Technology videos in order to help them understand the complex material to pass their GED exam. 

Stem - Adult Ed.

posted August 9, 2018

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Molding students to be industry ready and prepared for a change.

Pinellas Secondary

Our goal is to show students that the typical 'Four Year' college track does not have to be the next steps in their high school careers. There are options to become successful.

Our students are those who struggle outside of school and have limited or no interactions with successful and or positive mentors. One step towards our overall goal is to model the success we want our students to produce and to give them hands on, industry relevant information and experience.

 

Technology - 9-12

posted August 7, 2018

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Fire Tablets Needed to Access Online Textbook

Bay Point Middle School

The goal of my project is quite simple; I want to give my students the ability to access our online textbook while in my classroom. The functionality of the kindle will support high achieving students, motivate reluctant readers, and expose all of my 6th graders to reading and comprehending text from a technological platform. 

Science - 6-8

posted August 4, 2018

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Suncoast - Guts T-Shirts

Bay Point Middle School

I want to increase student engagement and achievement through inquiry driven instruction using the materials from my request.  

Science - 6

posted August 4, 2018

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Creativity for Gifted students

Seminole Middle School

To provide kinesthetic opportunities for gifted students to show their learning.  

Other - 6-8

posted August 3, 2018

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School Subject Project Amount Date Deadline
Fuguitt Elementary School Special Needs Students Collaborative Swimming in the Sea of Learning $926.00 1/16/19
Curlew Creek Elementary School Technology Headphones for learning
funded grant
FUNDED
1/15/19
Fairmount Park Elementary School Language Arts Suncoast -Celebrating Scholar Achievement $1,000.00 1/15/19
Melrose Elementary School Other Girlfriends College Trip- University of Florida $1,300.00 1/15/19 2/15/19
Clearwater High School Social Studies Hamilton Education Program in Tampa $643.93 1/14/19 2/15/19
Blanton Elementary School Technology Sembler - Kindle Book Clubs $2,500.00 1/09/19
Summer Reading Other Virtual Fill the Bus - Book Bus Summer 2019 $10,000.00 1/07/19
Forest Lakes Elementary School Special Needs Students GoZen for Academic Success $325.00 12/20/18
Lakewood High School Music Skyway student professional musician development at Lakewood High School
funded grant
FUNDED
12/18/18
Maximo Elementary School Mathematics Suncoast - EUREKA TEACHER EDITIONS $1,000.00 12/04/18
Campbell Park Elementary School Other Sembler - Experiential and Hands on Learning
funded grant
FUNDED
11/29/18
Northwest Elementary School Technology Sembler - Flexible seating with technology
funded grant
FUNDED
11/19/18
Lakewood Elementary School Other Skyway Priority Student PBIS Projects
funded grant
FUNDED
11/16/18
John M. Sexton Elementary School Health/P.E. Sembler- Making PE Great Again
funded grant
FUNDED
11/14/18
McMullen Booth Elementary School Technology Jabil-Making Space for Makerspaces! (iPad palooza) $897.00 11/12/18
Thurgood Marshall Middle School Stem Skyway -Girlfriends of Thurgood Marshall-Jump at the Sun!
funded grant
FUNDED
11/09/18
St. Petersburg High School Language Arts FTBS - Pupils Prefer Pencils
funded grant
FUNDED
11/08/18
St. Petersburg High School Language Arts FTBS - Gotta Pack it in a Pocket (folder)
funded grant
FUNDED
11/08/18
St. Petersburg High School Language Arts No Rocks or Scissors--Just paper $100.00 11/08/18
Bay Point Middle School Technology Sphero Support $2,070.00 11/08/18
Starkey Elementary School Stem Jabil - Coding with KUBO
funded grant
FUNDED
11/06/18
Frontier Elementary School Stem Jabil-3rd Grade STEM Academy Expansion
funded grant
FUNDED
11/06/18
Seventy-Fourth Street Elementary School Language Arts Sembler
funded grant
FUNDED
11/06/18
Azalea Elementary School Other Sembler-Hands on Problem Solving
funded grant
FUNDED
11/05/18
Bay Point Elementary School Language Arts Skyway- Reading Intervention Materials
funded grant
FUNDED
10/30/18
Gulfport Elementary School Language Arts Suncoast reading clubs $516.09 10/29/18
Bardmoor Elementary School Special Needs Students "Suncoast Flexible Seating for "Stars Class" $314.00 10/29/18
Sawgrass Lake Elementary School Language Arts Suncoast - Hands on Retelling in Kindergarten
funded grant
FUNDED
10/29/18
San Jose Elementary School Stem Jabil - Kindergarten Coders: Using Bee-Bots to Engage Students and Integrate Coding Across the Curriculum
funded grant
FUNDED
10/28/18
Melrose Elementary School Stem Suncoast Makerspace at Melrose
funded grant
FUNDED
10/26/18
Melrose Elementary School Art Suncoast- Building Up Melrose Artists with Rigor and Relevance
funded grant
FUNDED
10/25/18
Melrose Elementary School Mathematics Melrose 3rd grade Math $100.00 10/25/18
Melrose Elementary School Special Needs Students Suncoast please help increase student engagement with flexible seating $917.52 10/25/18
Melrose Elementary School Other Suncoast please help provide our KG classrooms with tools they need $992.40 10/25/18
Marjorie K. Rawlings Elementary School Language Arts Suncoast - ESOL Rising Readers $327.40 10/24/18
Westgate Elementary School Stem Suncoast VPK Bringing STEAM to the Extreme!
funded grant
FUNDED
10/24/18
Melrose Elementary School Other Service Learning Challenge- A Fresh Start
funded grant
FUNDED
10/23/18
Eisenhower Elementary School Special Needs Students Shen Yun Chinese Dancing
funded grant
FUNDED
10/23/18
Bay Vista Fundamental Elementary School Social Studies Skyway $500.00 10/21/18
Lealman Avenue Elementary School Other Citizen of the Month honors Lealman Students
funded grant
FUNDED
10/16/18
Southern Oak Elementary School Language Arts Suncoast - Creating a Culturally Rich and Diverse Classroom Library $400.00 10/15/18
Bay Vista Fundamental Elementary School Language Arts Skyway For the Love of Reading
funded grant
FUNDED
10/15/18
Sandy Lane Elementary School Other Suncaost - Lego WALL of FAME
funded grant
FUNDED
10/12/18
Calvin A. Hunsinger Special Needs Students Suncoast - When You're Smiling, the Whole World Smiles with You $250.00 10/11/18
Gulfport Elementary School Other Suncoast Creative Construction through Critical Thinking Skills $681.50 10/10/18
John M. Sexton Elementary School Social Studies Suncoast - History Makers create World Changers
funded grant
FUNDED
10/10/18
Seminole Middle School Mathematics FTBS- DATA FOLDER SUPPLIES $100.40 10/10/18
Seminole Middle School Mathematics Jabil-Calculator College Readiness $1,000.00 10/10/18
High Point Elementary School Science Ready for Reading and Financial Literacy... Take Two! $321.00 10/10/18
John M. Sexton Elementary School Special Needs Students Suncoast - Learning through cooking and sensory input $694.77 10/09/18
Bardmoor Elementary School Technology Suncoast - Wifi Scholarships
funded grant
FUNDED
10/08/18
John M. Sexton Elementary School Other Suncoast - Curriculum Enrichment $750.00 10/08/18
Southern Oak Elementary School Language Arts Flexible Seating for 21st Century Learners
funded grant
FUNDED
10/08/18
Melrose Elementary School Stem Suncoast iPad Project $960.00 10/07/18
McMullen Booth Elementary School Stem Suncoast-Spark STEM Learning
funded grant
FUNDED
10/07/18
Southern Oak Elementary School Technology Using Technology to Help Students Track Their Mathematics Learning Progress $639.60 10/06/18
Curlew Creek Elementary School Language Arts Reading at your fingertips $697.91 10/06/18
Largo Middle School Stem Suncoast - STEM Book Buddies with Family
funded grant
FUNDED
10/05/18
Cross Bayou Elementary School Mathematics Suncoast - Preparing for the future
funded grant
FUNDED
9/27/18
Seminole High School Science Weather Monitoring System to Improve Students Use of Live, Real-Time Weather Data $10,000.00 9/24/18
Bay Vista Fundamental Elementary School Language Arts Creating Lifelong Readers $1,400.00 9/21/18
Dixie Hollins High School Language Arts Suncoast - Let them see their names in print!
funded grant
FUNDED
9/18/18
Countryside High School Other Helping Students Reach Their Collegiate Goals $2,040.30 9/10/18
Lakewood Elementary School Other Suncoast--Lakewood Tigers are ROARing to success
funded grant
FUNDED
9/10/18
Sawgrass Lake Elementary School Stem JABIL STEM - Future Engineers in the Making $996.00 9/09/18
Lynch Elementary School Other Dramatic Play Grant-Various Play Themes $2,323.17 9/07/18
Bay Point Middle School Science Suncoast - Science Fair!
funded grant
FUNDED
9/06/18
Hamilton Disston Technology Exploring coding and Robotics at Disston Academy $613.94 8/28/18
Highland Lakes Elementary School Other Flexible Seating $2,799.20 8/28/18
Bay Point Middle School Science Suncoast - Study Island $700.00 8/27/18
Campbell Park Elementary School Technology 5th Grade iPads $1,999.80 8/26/18
Bardmoor Elementary School Language Arts Making Steps in Reading $2,187.00 8/25/18
Bauder Elementary School Language Arts Wax Museum Revolutionary Style $265.98 8/25/18
Azalea Middle School Stem Jabil-Robotics Competition Team $899.97 8/24/18
Dixie Hollins Adult Education Center Other Crossing the Road to Success $960.00 8/22/18
High Point Elementary School Stem Maker Space Needed $423.51 8/21/18
Pinellas Park High School Stem Pluggie the robot $683.00 8/20/18
Eisenhower Elementary School Special Needs Students Language & Literacy Enrichment in Prek $970.42 8/20/18
Campbell Park Elementary School Science STEM IN-ACTION at The Science Center! $1,000.00 8/19/18
Cross Bayou Elementary School Other Being Prepared for an Active Assailant/ Emergency Situation $1,331.60 8/18/18
McMullen Booth Elementary School Mathematics FTBS- Student supplies McMullen Booth Elementary 4th grade $0.00 8/18/18
Sanderlin PK-8 Mathematics FTBS - Academic Math/Science Supplies $100.00 8/17/18
Tyrone Middle School Science Suncoast - Our mind is growing at Tyrone Middle School's Garden $1,500.00 8/17/18
North Shore Elementary School Stem Hand on Problem Solving Grades 1 - 2 $1,400.00 8/17/18
Dixie Hollins High School Art Art Supplies for After School Program
funded grant
FUNDED
8/17/18
Bay Point Middle School Stem Hands on STEM Field Trips $980.00 8/17/18
Osceola Fundamental High School Special Needs Students Recycling $420.00 8/15/18
Bardmoor Elementary School Other Like learning at Starbucks $175.52 8/15/18
Dixie Hollins High School Technology 3D Printer Lab $2,118.54 8/15/18
Osceola Middle School Language Arts FTBS - Close the Gap Habits for HS College and Career
funded grant
FUNDED
8/14/18
Oak Grove Middle School Language Arts FTBS Students in Need $100.96 8/14/18
Dixie Hollins High School Mathematics Graphing Calculators $1,000.00 8/14/18
High Point Elementary School Stem JABIL - STEMming with Math, Science, and Literacy $321.00 8/14/18
Anona Elementary School Stem STEM - HOPS - Hands On Problem Solving for 3rd graders $740.00 8/14/18
Anona Elementary School Stem STEM - HOPS - Hands On Problem Solving for 2nd graders $800.00 8/14/18
Anona Elementary School Stem STEM - HOPS - Hands On Problem Solving for 5th graders $700.00 8/14/18
Anona Elementary School Stem STEM - HOPS - Hands On Problem Solving for 4th graders $700.00 8/14/18
Dixie Hollins High School Technology 3D Sculpting Software $13,856.50 8/09/18
Clearview Adult Education Center Stem Science/Technology/Math Curriculum $500.00 8/09/18
Pinellas Secondary Technology Molding students to be industry ready and prepared for a change. $8,180.00 8/07/18
Bay Point Middle School Science Fire Tablets Needed to Access Online Textbook $738.51 8/04/18
Bay Point Middle School Science Suncoast - Guts T-Shirts $610.00 8/04/18
Seminole Middle School Other Creativity for Gifted students