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Our female 4th and 5th grade students will be able to learn STEM (Innovation and Entrepreneurial) skills and create business plans and products to market and prepare for real life leadership . Students will also be able to utilize 21st century technology (Google Chromebook and Cricuts) to create, collect and record data based on experiences and observations.

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G.I.R.L.S - Girls Incorporating Real World Leadership in STEM

School:
Azalea Elementary School 
Subject:
Stem 
Teacher:
La Toyia Rushing 
 
Candace Reed and Courtney Baker 
Students Impacted:
94 
Grade:
Pre K - 5 
Date:
November 1, 2018

0% Funded

 

 

Only $2,617.00 Needed

 

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Goal

Our female 4th and 5th grade students will be able to learn STEM (Innovation and Entrepreneurial) skills and create business plans and products to market and prepare for real life leadership . Students will also be able to utilize 21st century technology (Google Chromebook and Cricuts) to create, collect and record data based on experiences and observations.  

 

What will be done with my students

Students will learn the importance of critical thinking, collaboration, leadership, STEM, Innovation and Entrepreneurial, business planning and design to generate ideas based on the Engineering Design Process to create, modify, redesign and market simple products.

We are teaching students the importance of being college and career ready.
 

 

Benefits to my students

This standards based curriculum will provide benefits such as but not limited to the following:

Prepare for and participate effectively in a range of conversations with diverse partners building, building on others' ideas and expressing their own clearly and persuasively.

Make sense of problems and persevere in solving them.

Write routinely over extended time frames to journal invention challenges and successes.

Use appropriate tools strategically.


 

 

Describe the Students

The scholars at Azalea ES are a very diverse group of students to include

Female: ~94
Demographic Makeup:
Asian/Pacific Islander - 3
Black, Non Hispanic - 14
Hispanic - 14
Multiracial - 6
White, Non Hispanic - 57

Grades: 4-5
Free and/or Reduced Lunch (61) 

 

Budget Narrative

The purpose of this grant is to provide the students with opportunities to foster creativity and increase cognitive development in order to present their completed projects to the students and staff at Azalea ES. These items were requested as a result of combining Girlfriends and STEM which are currently not available unless we receive the support to make this vision a reality for the female scholars who eager to participate in an enrichment program designed by and for them. This program will prepare students for the real world by providing collaborative , creative, leadership and business skills.  

 

Items

# Item Cost
1 Cricut, Explore Air 2 Machine Bundle $289.00
2 Cricut, Explore Air 2 Machine Bundle $289.00
3 Vinyl Sheets: Self Adhesive Vivid Glossy 12x12 $25.99
4 Vinyl Sheets: Self Adhesive Vivid Glossy 12x12 $25.99
5 Google Chromebook $224.00
6 CSBD Blank 24 oz Sports and Fitness Water Bottles (10 @ 21.95) $219.50
7 Citron shirts 100 @ 10.95ea $1,095.00
8 Kamota Mason Jars 4@$26.99 $107.96
9 Dark Brown Sugar 20 @ $2 $40.00
10 Mead Composition Notebooks (Journal) 8 packs of 12 ea $21.99 $197.91
11 Amazon Basics Pre-sharpened pencils $12.20
12 Johnson's Baby Oil w/ Shea @ 2 $9.94
13 Avery Print to the Edge Round Labels $7.73
14 HP 564 Black $30.89
15 HP 564 Color $41.89
  Total: $2,617.00

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Only $2,617.00 Needed

 

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