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School Subject Project Amount Date Deadline
Seminole High School Music Advancement Through Music $3,975.00 3/02/14
Anona Elementary School Special Needs Students Technology in the classroom $3,190.00 6/07/14
St. Petersburg High School Other Stewart Field Renovation and Turf Project $1,462,430.00 3/10/15
Gulf Beaches Elementary Magnet School Music Firing Up Synapses Through Drumming! $750.00 8/10/15
Leila G. Davis Elementary School Technology Techy Teaching in Third Grade! $942.16 9/24/15
Madeira Beach Middle School (K-8) Technology Learn to Earn: Industry Certification Tools $1,475.00 12/02/15
Summer Reading Language Arts Get in the Game Summer Reading Initiative $25,985.00 4/07/16
Safety Harbor Elementary School Special Needs Students Leaping ahead in academics $1,269.00 4/12/16
4What Test School History Test Grant $8.00 4/13/14
Ridgecrest Elementary School Science Super Science Hands-on Explorations $1,410.00 7/21/16
Perkins Elementary School Other What's cooking in Perkins Café? $1,995.00 8/08/16
Lakewood High School Other Marine Biologist Toolbox-Knots, Splices, and Lines $961.00 9/08/16
Dixie Hollins High School Technology Blast off into the next generation of t-shirt designs and marketing $723.00 10/08/16
Madeira Beach Elementary School (K-8) Special Needs Students Send us to Confratute! (Professional Development) $3,370.00 11/14/16
Summer Reading Other Virtual Fill the Bus - Book Bus 2017 $9,700.00 3/05/17
Safety Harbor Elementary School Technology Enhancing All Curriculum Through Technology $6,756.38 7/29/17
Highland Lakes Elementary School Health/P.E. EZ Tally (Mile Marker) $887.48 9/01/17
Countryside High School Music ACH - Talent Show Event Management $900.00 9/18/17
Clearwater High School Social Studies More Than Dates and Dead Guys! $475.00 3/13/18
Bauder Elementary School Technology We "Tech"nically Love To Learn By "App"lying Ourselves $13,973.52 3/14/18
Clearview Adult Education Center Other Ready to be a Graduate! $1,160.00 3/14/18
Morgan Fitzgerald Middle School Language Arts Get interested in Reading! $525.25 4/03/18
Gulfport Elementary School Language Arts A More Diverse Classroom Library $703.00 4/08/18
Curlew Creek Elementary School Language Arts 3rd Grade Writing Units of Study Writing Rock Stars $165.00 4/12/18
Seminole Educational Ecosystem Other Seminole Educational Ecosystem $600.88 5/02/18
John Hopkins Middle School Science Techbook Tablets $724.85 5/04/18
Azalea Elementary School Language Arts Literacy Footprints Kit for 4th Grade Students $1,968.30 5/08/18
Clearwater High School Social Studies Holocaust Museum Field Trip $535.00 5/22/18
Woodlawn Elementary Language Arts Suncoast - Flexible Seating $497.95 5/23/18
North Shore Elementary School Stem Hands on Problem Solving 3 - 5 $1,800.00 5/27/18
Westgate Elementary School Language Arts Reaching Readers through Guided Reading $3,937.50 6/09/18
Clearwater Fundamental Middle School Science Devices For Discovery $2,104.36 7/19/18
Ridgecrest Elementary School Stem What if the kids could really experience science?... $1,488.00 7/28/18
Azalea Elementary School Other Engaging Students With One to One Technology $21,318.00 7/31/18
Seminole Middle School Other Creativity for Gifted students $357.85 8/03/18
Bay Point Middle School Science Suncoast - Guts T-Shirts $610.00 8/04/18
Bay Point Middle School Science Fire Tablets Needed to Access Online Textbook $738.51 8/04/18
Pinellas Secondary Technology Molding students to be industry ready and prepared for a change. $8,180.00 8/07/18
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
Anona Elementary School Stem STEM - HOPS - Hands On Problem Solving for 4th graders $700.00 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 2nd graders $800.00 8/14/18
Anona Elementary School Stem STEM - HOPS - Hands On Problem Solving for 3rd graders $740.00 8/14/18
High Point Elementary School Stem JABIL - STEMming with Math, Science, and Literacy $321.00 8/14/18
Dixie Hollins High School Mathematics Graphing Calculators $1,000.00 8/14/18
Dixie Hollins High School Technology 3D Printer Lab $2,118.54 8/15/18
Bardmoor Elementary School Other Like learning at Starbucks $175.52 8/15/18
Osceola Fundamental High School Special Needs Students Recycling $420.00 8/15/18
North Shore Elementary School Stem Hand on Problem Solving Grades 1 - 2 $1,400.00 8/17/18
Bay Point Middle School Stem Hands on STEM Field Trips $980.00 8/17/18
Tyrone Middle School Science Suncoast - Our mind is growing at Tyrone Middle School's Garden $1,500.00 8/17/18
Sanderlin PK-8 Mathematics FTBS - Academic Math/Science Supplies
funded grant
FUNDED
8/17/18
McMullen Booth Elementary School Mathematics FTBS- Student supplies McMullen Booth Elementary 4th grade $0.00 8/18/18
Cross Bayou Elementary School Other Being Prepared for an Active Assailant/ Emergency Situation $1,331.60 8/18/18
Campbell Park Elementary School Science STEM IN-ACTION at The Science Center! $1,000.00 8/19/18
Eisenhower Elementary School Special Needs Students Language & Literacy Enrichment in Prek $970.42 8/20/18
Pinellas Park High School Stem Pluggie the robot $683.00 8/20/18
High Point Elementary School Stem Maker Space Needed $423.51 8/21/18
Azalea Middle School Stem Jabil-Robotics Competition Team $899.97 8/24/18
Bauder Elementary School Language Arts Wax Museum Revolutionary Style $265.98 8/25/18
Bardmoor Elementary School Language Arts Making Steps in Reading $2,187.00 8/25/18
Campbell Park Elementary School Technology 5th Grade iPads $1,999.80 8/26/18
Bay Point Middle School Science Suncoast - Study Island $700.00 8/27/18
Highland Lakes Elementary School Other Flexible Seating $2,799.20 8/28/18
Lynch Elementary School Other Dramatic Play Grant-Various Play Themes $2,323.17 9/07/18
Sawgrass Lake Elementary School Stem JABIL STEM - Future Engineers in the Making $996.00 9/09/18
Countryside High School Other Helping Students Reach Their Collegiate Goals $2,040.30 9/10/18
Bay Vista Fundamental Elementary School Language Arts Creating Lifelong Readers $1,400.00 9/21/18
Seminole High School Science Weather Monitoring System to Improve Students Use of Live, Real-Time Weather Data $10,000.00 9/24/18
Curlew Creek Elementary School Language Arts Reading at your fingertips $697.91 10/06/18
Southern Oak Elementary School Technology Using Technology to Help Students Track Their Mathematics Learning Progress $639.60 10/06/18
Melrose Elementary School Stem Suncoast iPad Project
funded grant
FUNDED
10/07/18
John M. Sexton Elementary School Other Suncoast - Curriculum Enrichment $750.00 10/08/18
John M. Sexton Elementary School Special Needs Students Suncoast - Learning through cooking and sensory input $694.77 10/09/18
Seminole Middle School Mathematics Jabil-Calculator College Readiness $1,000.00 10/10/18
Gulfport Elementary School Other Suncoast Creative Construction through Critical Thinking Skills $681.50 10/10/18
High Point Elementary School Science Ready for Reading and Financial Literacy... Take Two! $321.00 10/10/18
Calvin A. Hunsinger Special Needs Students Suncoast - When You're Smiling, the Whole World Smiles with You $250.00 10/11/18
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 Social Studies Skyway $500.00 10/21/18
Melrose Elementary School Other Suncoast please help provide our KG classrooms with tools they need $992.40 10/25/18
Melrose Elementary School Special Needs Students Suncoast please help increase student engagement with flexible seating $917.52 10/25/18
Bardmoor Elementary School Special Needs Students "Suncoast Flexible Seating for "Stars Class" $314.00 10/29/18
Gulfport Elementary School Language Arts Suncoast reading clubs $516.09 10/29/18
McMullen Booth Elementary School Technology Jabil-Making Space for Makerspaces! (iPad palooza) $897.00 11/12/18
Safety Harbor Elementary School Science Horses And Snakes And Bats, Oh MY! $580.00 12/02/18
Summer Reading Other Virtual Fill the Bus - Book Bus Summer 2019 $10,000.00 1/07/19
Ridgecrest Elementary School Health/P.E. Team shirts for Duke's Daredevil gymnasts $500.00 1/15/19
Fuguitt Elementary School Special Needs Students Collaborative Swimming in the Sea of Learning $926.00 1/16/19
Eisenhower Elementary School Other Rocking S.T.A.R.S. Increase Focus $1,260.00 1/20/19
Paul B. Stephens Special Needs Students Teaching Financial Literacy Through School Wide Garden $494.28 1/21/19
Anona Elementary School Special Needs Students On our way with Superflex! $399.08 1/24/19
Tomlinson Adult Learning Center Other Making a Difference for $30.00 $300.00 1/24/19
Sutherland Elementary School Language Arts Get Ready to Read! Nonfiction $1,591.32 1/29/19
Forest Lakes Elementary School Science Science in Real Time $905.98 2/03/19
Dixie Hollins Adult Education Center Other Moving Forward One Test at a Time $800.00 2/15/19
Dixie Hollins Adult Education Center Other Organize to Optimize Success
funded grant
FUNDED
2/15/19
Maximo Elementary School Language Arts Developing Social Emotional Skills through Literature
funded grant
FUNDED
2/15/19
Northwest Elementary School Language Arts Technology to Engage the Future! $3,780.00 3/21/19
Sutherland Elementary School Other Flexible Seating $471.54 3/22/19
Clearwater High School Stem Virtual Reality for the Classroom $12,694.00 4/01/19
Douglas L. Jamerson Elementary School Stem Competitive Robotics Team First Lego League $1,810.00 5/09/19
Forest Lakes Elementary School Other Wobble Baby Wobble - It Is All About The Choice! $464.49 6/19/19
Forest Lakes Elementary School Language Arts Let's Find Out - Literacy Success $288.50 6/19/19
Forest Lakes Elementary School Science STEM for Earlier Finishers. $460.00 6/19/19
Forest Lakes Elementary School Language Arts Adventure Seating for Reading $410.00 6/23/19
Richard O. Jacobson Technical HS Other ACH - Managing a Capstone/Trade Show $974.00 7/11/19
Lakewood Elementary School Science Reaching for the Stars $520.92 5/22/19 11/28/19

Advancement Through Music

Seminole High School

To raise $4000 to cover costs for eight underpriviledged students to participate in clinics, trips, and competitions, in order to help raise their academic, social, and emotional awareness through the power of music. 

Music - 9-12

posted March 2, 2014

1% Funded

 

 

Only $3975 Needed

 
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Technology in the classroom

Anona Elementary School

I would like to have iPads in my classroom for all the students to use for individual and group learning activities. 

Special Needs Students - Pre-K

posted June 7, 2014

0% Funded

 

 

Only $3190 Needed

 
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Stewart Field Renovation and Turf Project

St. Petersburg High School

Our goal is to raise enough money to replace the existing turf on our current athletic field with a synthetic turf field. We would also like to upgrade our track to a rubberized track and replace the existing buildings (press box, concessions, restrooms and ticket booths) with new and updated buildings. The original buildings were built in the 1950s and are in desperate need of replacement. 

Other - 9-12

posted March 10, 2015

27% Funded

 

 

Only $1462430 Needed

 
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Firing Up Synapses Through Drumming!

Gulf Beaches Elementary Magnet School

'Imagine an interactive circle of kids, all drumming together, holding a common pulse and weaving a facilitated rhythm into a cohesive musical experience.” Giving Tree Music is a production company that actually delivers everything they advertise. You will indeed experience “laughter, learning, and an increased mutual respect between teachers, students and their peers,' just as they advertise on their website.
Many years ago, I originally experienced this wonderful event when I took my gifted students to a nursing home. I was so impressed with the high energy level of the instructor and how he exuded passion for his music while receiving 100% audience participation, that I booked him for my school.
Giving Tree Music truly feels that their program is not just about drumming. They “use the drums as a vehicle to build community and empower individuals to find their own true voice.” Sadly, many students do not find a level of academic success in school, and they feel truly free and happy when outside at PE, or creating in the art room, or performing at music. This production is the perfect vehicle to reach many children who learn through movement and/or music, which is one of the eight multiple intelligences. There are no other programs around that could remotely match the level of rich participation from students and adults alike. Gulf Beaches wants to use all creative means possible to motivate our students to raise test scores and learn at their highest potential. 

Music - K-5

posted August 10, 2015

0% Funded

 

 

Only $750 Needed

 
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Techy Teaching in Third Grade!

Leila G. Davis Elementary School

As a 3rd year teacher, I am still working towards getting materials that can help me provide my students with the best possible learning experience. I believe technology makes learning fun and interactive for students. My goal is to provide my students with the opportunity to use iPads in the classroom.  

Technology - 3

posted September 24, 2015

5% Funded

 

 

Only $942.16 Needed

 
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Learn to Earn: Industry Certification Tools

Madeira Beach Middle School (K-8)

The goal of this grant is to prepare 8th grade students in acquiring the introductory computer skills necessary to pursue technology based careers, and to be able to pass the Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) certification exams. Use of productivity software, such as Office, has universal applications in both business and technology industries, and certification provides a verifiable and universally accepted standard for them to meet. (Students could also be introduced to some of the skills necessary to pass the Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) and the Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate (MCSA) certification exams, which test a broader array of IT skills such as IT Infrastructure, Database and Developer skills. It is anticipated that students would complete their MTA and MCSA training at the high school level.) 

Technology - 8

posted December 2, 2015

2% Funded

 

 

Only $1475 Needed

 
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Get in the Game Summer Reading Initiative

Summer Reading

To stop the summer slide by getting our students engaged in reading all summer long. 

Language Arts - PreK-12

posted April 7, 2016

7% Funded

 

 

Only $25985 Needed

 
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Leaping ahead in academics

Safety Harbor Elementary School

The goal of this grant is to provide supplemental and alternative extended curriculum options for a range of ESE students from Kindergarten to 5th grade that are both on standard diploma and Access Points. The use of these curriculum kits will provide ESE teachers who work with a blend of these students in one classroom to be able to use engaging but relevant activities to merge both general education curriculum and Access Points curriculum in the same classroom. The use of this addition to the classroom curriculum will help merge general education standards with Access Points standards, making lesson planning and instruction more fluid and accessible for all students in one classroom.  

Special Needs Students - Pre K - 5

posted April 12, 2016

0% Funded

 

 

Only $1269 Needed

 
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Test Grant

4What Test School

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History - 1

posted April 13, 2014

20% Funded

 

 

Only $8 Needed

 
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Super Science Hands-on Explorations

Ridgecrest Elementary School

Research proves that doing rather than reading about concepts in Science greatly increases understanding of science concepts. With these science kits my students will be able to conduct investigations in the areas of Life Science, Earth Science and Physical Science which will increase their comprehension and achievement in Science. They will also be engaged and excited about learning when they are able to prove and explore concepts. 

Science - 3

posted July 21, 2016

3% Funded

 

 

Only $1410 Needed

 
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What's cooking in Perkins Café?

Perkins Elementary School

Cultural awareness, understanding and speaking Spanish.  

Other - K-5

posted August 8, 2016

1% Funded

 

 

Only $1995 Needed

 
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Marine Biologist Toolbox-Knots, Splices, and Lines

Lakewood High School

Students in the Academy for Aquatic Management Systems and Environmental Technology have an interest in marine science. Should they continue along this path, they need boating skills. The first part of good seamanship is learning knots and how to make lines. 

Other - 9-12

posted September 8, 2016

3% Funded

 

 

Only $961 Needed

 
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Blast off into the next generation of t-shirt designs and marketing

Dixie Hollins High School

To teach students how to create unique t-shirt designs using adobe photo shop and adobe illustrator, how to manage a production line and meet deadlines. To teach students how to market products, manage a retail business, and work ethic. 

Technology - 9-12

posted October 8, 2016

3% Funded

 

 

Only $723 Needed

 
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Send us to Confratute! (Professional Development)

Madeira Beach Elementary School (K-8)

We would like to raise enough money to attend Confratute which is a Gifted Education Professional Development Opportunity put on during the summer at UConn.  

Special Needs Students - 6-8

posted November 14, 2016

7% Funded

 

 

Only $3370 Needed

 
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Virtual Fill the Bus - Book Bus 2017

Summer Reading

Raise $50,000 to purchase new books for the Book Bus Summer Reading project. 

Other - K-12

posted March 5, 2017

3% Funded

 

 

Only $9700 Needed

 
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Enhancing All Curriculum Through Technology

Safety Harbor Elementary School

My goal is to impact every fifth grader by engaging them in a new way of technical collaboration and learning that will spark new ideas and interests across subject areas. By purchasing a class set of iPads, students can create and share online portfolios and teachers can engage and formatively assess students. 

Technology - 5

posted July 29, 2017

0% Funded

 

 

Only $6756.38 Needed

 
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EZ Tally (Mile Marker)

Highland Lakes Elementary School

To improve the accuracy of calculating student running/walking performance and providing immediate positive feedback. 

Health/P.E. - Pre K - 5

posted September 1, 2017

1% Funded

 

 

Only $887.48 Needed

 
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ACH - Talent Show Event Management

Countryside High School

Utilize funding as seed money for planning and executing a student body talent show, serving the high school and surrounding community.  

Music - 9-12

posted September 18, 2017

10% Funded

 

 

Only $900 Needed

 
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More Than Dates and Dead Guys!

Clearwater High School

The goal of this project is to engage students in social studies content in a fun and relevant way. The 11th grade students will be taking the Florida US History End of Course Assessment at the end of April. This project will fill the gap between the EoC and the end of school. 

Social Studies - 11

posted March 13, 2018

5% Funded

 

 

Only $475 Needed

 
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We 'Tech'nically Love To Learn By 'App'lying Ourselves

Bauder Elementary School

My goal is to create students who are 21st century thinkers and learners, and prepared for the demands of middle, high school, and beyond while developing a love for the quest of knowledge. Currently, we have had in place for 5 years the Seminole Educational Ecosystem that consists of about 14 schools in our areas, and we collaborate a few times a year to see what is needed not only in our school, but beyond.I would love my students be able to use technology to enhance their curriculum. This will allow students to be able to not only complete work at school, but students will be able to access the same assignments at home. Assignments will be 'pushed out' through Office 365. Here students will be able to see assignments and the teacher will be able to give feedback. Since technology is continuing to be such a crucial part of everyday lives, it seems only natural to begin students at a young age on their journey through technology. Students will also be producing an ePortfolio of their assignments. 

Technology - 5

posted March 14, 2018

0% Funded

 

 

Only $13973.52 Needed

 
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Ready to be a Graduate!

Clearview Adult Education Center

The goal of my grant is to facilitate the educational success of my GED students. The majority of my students struggle with the financial requirement that comes along with obtaining a GED diploma. This grant would assist them by paying for their fourth and final test that will make them a graduate.  

Other - Adult Ed.

posted March 14, 2018

9% Funded

 

 

Only $1160 Needed

 
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Get interested in Reading!

Morgan Fitzgerald Middle School

My goal is to develop an interest in Reading and promote literacy in and outside of the classroom as. I would like to create a classroom library where the students feel comfortable and will become passionate readers. By doing this, I hope students gain an interest in reading. 

Language Arts - 6

posted April 3, 2018

9% Funded

 

 

Only $525.25 Needed

 
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A More Diverse Classroom Library

Gulfport Elementary School

My goal is to purchase high-quality books for my classroom library. More specifically, I want to focus my purchases on books that are either written and/or illustrated by people of color or feature diverse characters, help students develop a growth mindset, or teach a message for social-emotional skills.  

Language Arts - 2

posted April 8, 2018

20% Funded

 

 

Only $703 Needed

 
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3rd Grade Writing Units of Study Writing Rock Stars

Curlew Creek Elementary School

Reading and Writing are the heart and soul of teaching literacy. Children need to be taught explicit strategies in order to develop and refine their writing skills in order to support content area writing. This Unit of Study will me foster higher level thinking with 3rd grade students as well as teach them strategies for content area writing. 3rd grade is a critical year for assessments and writing plays a big part of those assessments. I want to provide my students the very best writing environment where they develop a LOVE of writing!! This unit of study will be a critical guide for me to use in developing my mini lessons and preparing my students to be life long writers.  

Language Arts - 3

posted April 12, 2018

23% Funded

 

 

Only $165 Needed

 
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Seminole Educational Ecosystem

Seminole Educational Ecosystem

The Seminole Educational Ecosystem is a system of schools and community partnerships that share a single strategic focus on the success of its students in the Seminole Community. 

Other - K-12

posted May 2, 2018

88% Funded

 

 

Only $600.88 Needed

 
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Techbook Tablets

John Hopkins Middle School

Acquire a class set of Amazon Fire Tablets to be used in coordination to the newly adopted Science Discovery Techbook for the 2018-2019 school year and beyond. 

Science - 6-8

posted May 4, 2018

3% Funded

 

 

Only $724.85 Needed

 
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Literacy Footprints Kit for 4th Grade Students

Azalea Elementary School

Our goal is to systematically grow students in reading by using Jan Richardson's Next Steps in Guided Reading Program. Literacy Footprints is designed for classroom teachers to use with their students or provide interventions to low achieving scholars. It meets the needs of diverse learners by providing vocabulary rich lessons for ELL students and helps support students in special education programs by providing appropriate scaffolds. Each kit contains sequenced, high-quality leveled texts in a variety of genres. Students will experience the richness of traditional tales, realistic fiction, fantasy, and informational texts that will allow to move from emergent to fluent readers. The goal is to continue the work that has been done in kindergarten through third grade by providing another year of systematic teaching strategies outlined by Jan Richardson to increase our students ability to fill in the holes they need in foundational skills while increasing their ability to comprehend text to meet the rigor to the common core standards.  

Language Arts - 4

posted May 8, 2018

0% Funded

 

 

Only $1968.3 Needed

 
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Holocaust Museum Field Trip

Clearwater High School

My goal is to take 11th grade US History students to the Florida Holocaust Museum during the week of Holocaust Remembrance Day, January 2019. There, they will view the museum artifacts with the assistance of a docent. In the process, they will come away with a greater understanding of the impact of the Holocaust. Also, since many of my students have never visited a museum, this will expand their horizons and give them a new experience.  

Social Studies - 11

posted May 22, 2018

22% Funded

 

 

Only $535 Needed

 
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Suncoast - Flexible Seating

Woodlawn Elementary

The goal of flexible seating is to allow scholars a choice in their learning environment. Scholars will be able to make decisions about the flexible seating that is best for them in the learning environment. This will also help create a social learning environment by allowing scholars to communicate and collaborate with each other throughout the day.  

Language Arts - 3

posted May 23, 2018

0% Funded

 

 

Only $497.95 Needed

 
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Hands on Problem Solving 3 - 5

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, efficient information mangers, while building teamwork , citizenship, and sportsmanship skills.  

Stem - K-5

posted May 27, 2018

0% Funded

 

 

Only $1800 Needed

 
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Reaching Readers through Guided Reading

Westgate Elementary School

To provide differentiation through small group guided reading lessons to our 1st grade students using the Literacy Footprints Kits by Jan Richardson and the structure from the Next Steps in Guided Reading.  

Language Arts - 1

posted June 9, 2018

0% Funded

 

 

Only $3937.5 Needed

 
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Devices For Discovery

Clearwater Fundamental Middle School

Our goal is to facilitate access to the Discovery Education online Science Techbook (textbook) that was adopted by Pinellas County Middle Schools beginning with the 2018-2019 school year. Since the new textbook is online, the Kindle device would assist us in delivering instruction in a dynamic way that engages today’s learner. Without the Kindle, the students’ knowledge and access would be greatly restricted. 

Science - 6-8

posted July 19, 2018

0% Funded

 

 

Only $2104.36 Needed

 
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What if the kids could really experience science?...

Ridgecrest Elementary School

Provide students with memorable and impactful science activities that are aligned with state standards, hands-on, inquiry-based, fun and engaging. 

Stem - 5

posted July 28, 2018

0% Funded

 

 

Only $1488 Needed

 
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Engaging Students With One to One Technology

Azalea Elementary School

I would like to prevent my students from experiencing any limitations. Providing them with technology to utilize each day will help them become responsible digital citizens. Teaching at a Title One school sometimes means those limitations are in place. This past year, however, I did what I could to provide them with technology. I watched them use this technology to SOAR. My young students became masters at Office 365, Nearpod, and responsible researching. They used curriculum based programs such as ST MATH and Istation as well. They created items digitally to display the content we were learning about. It was, by far, my most rewarding year of teaching yet. I want to give each student that enters my classroom this same opportunity, but unfortunately I do not have the means. Children are our future; technology is the way of the world; when you bring the two together children can be empowered and unstoppable. 

Other - 3

posted July 31, 2018

0% Funded

 

 

Only $21318 Needed

 
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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

0% Funded

 

 

Only $357.85 Needed

 
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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

8% Funded

 

 

Only $610 Needed

 
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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

0% Funded

 

 

Only $738.51 Needed

 
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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

0% Funded

 

 

Only $8180 Needed

 
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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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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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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 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 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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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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Graphing Calculators

Dixie Hollins High School

Class set of graphing calculators 

Mathematics - 9-12

posted August 14, 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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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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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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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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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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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