Walton Education Foundation

Find It & Fund It, Walton!

Individuals, organizations and businesses are encouraged to invest in the creativity of a teacher to bring amazing learning experiences to their students. To get started, simply click on a grant below to view the details and fund online.

 

 

 

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School Subject Project Amount Date Deadline
Emerald Coast Middle School Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance Shost, Deb
funded grant
FUNDED
5/04/20
Bay School Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance Betsy Romine - Distance Learning - My Cartridge Recycle Bin Runneth Over!
funded grant
FUNDED
5/05/20
Walton High School Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance Kelley Stephenson
funded grant
FUNDED
5/01/20
Emerald Coast Middle School Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance Lisa Burns
funded grant
FUNDED
5/01/20
Mossy Head Elementary Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance Brandie Bachman
funded grant
FUNDED
5/01/20
Dune Lakes Elementary School Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance Melissa Lessig
funded grant
FUNDED
5/01/20
Walton Intensity School of Excellence Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance William Mark Snell
funded grant
FUNDED
5/03/20
Dune Lakes Elementary School Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance Allison Shehan
funded grant
FUNDED
5/03/20
Freeport Elementary Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance MacKenzie Kirkland
funded grant
FUNDED
5/04/20
Van R Butler Elementary Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance LAURA EISCHENS
funded grant
FUNDED
5/04/20
Maude Saunders Elementary Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance Stormy Overby
funded grant
FUNDED
5/04/20
Dune Lakes Elementary School Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance Nicole Marie Gil
funded grant
FUNDED
5/04/20
Van R Butler Elementary Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance Kristina Wilkerson
funded grant
FUNDED
5/04/20
Dune Lakes Elementary School Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance Lauren Weninegar
funded grant
FUNDED
5/04/20
Freeport Elementary Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance Traci Lewis
funded grant
FUNDED
5/04/20
Freeport Elementary Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance Laurie Hudson
funded grant
FUNDED
5/04/20
Freeport Elementary Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance Troy McGlinchey
funded grant
FUNDED
5/04/20
Freeport Elementary Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance Tricia Hertzing
funded grant
FUNDED
5/04/20
WISE Pre-K Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance Sharon Mosley Virtual Classroom Experience
funded grant
FUNDED
5/04/20
Dune Lakes Elementary School Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance
funded grant
FUNDED
5/04/20
Freeport Elementary Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance Valerie Hamon
funded grant
FUNDED
5/04/20
Bay School Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance Stacey Palliser - Littles Learning
funded grant
FUNDED
5/04/20
Dune Lakes Elementary School Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance Jessica Pfennig
funded grant
FUNDED
5/05/20
Maude Saunders Elementary Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance Tracey McKinney
funded grant
FUNDED
5/05/20
Walton High School Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance Susan Moody - Power-up! Wi-fi extender
funded grant
FUNDED
5/05/20
West Defuniak Elementary Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance Debbie Bush
funded grant
FUNDED
5/05/20
Van R Butler Elementary Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance REBECCA CLARK
funded grant
FUNDED
5/05/20
Emerald Coast Middle School Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance Amanda Pacheco
funded grant
FUNDED
5/05/20
Bay School Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance Amy Simpson
funded grant
FUNDED
5/05/20
Freeport Elementary Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance Heather Hester
funded grant
FUNDED
5/05/20
Dune Lakes Elementary School Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance Haley Thompson
funded grant
FUNDED
5/05/20
Freeport Middle School Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance Julia Terrell - Virtual Support
funded grant
FUNDED
5/06/20
Freeport Elementary Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance Kristin Fliehman
funded grant
FUNDED
5/06/20
Freeport Elementary Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance
funded grant
FUNDED
5/06/20
WISE Pre-K Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance Jennifer Casey
funded grant
FUNDED
5/06/20
Walton Middle School Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance Sandy Thorson
funded grant
FUNDED
5/06/20
Emerald Coast Middle School Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance Helen Mitchell - Power-Up! Wi-Fi Extender and Million Word Reader Reward
funded grant
FUNDED
5/06/20
Dune Lakes Elementary School Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance Mrs. Debbie Blount
funded grant
FUNDED
5/07/20
Freeport Elementary Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance Katherine Bohn
funded grant
FUNDED
5/07/20
Freeport Elementary Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance Rebekah Arban
funded grant
FUNDED
5/07/20
Emerald Coast Middle School Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance Karen N. Pannell
funded grant
FUNDED
5/07/20
Maude Saunders Elementary Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance Lydia Dawkins Virtual Learning Classroom
funded grant
FUNDED
5/07/20
Freeport High School Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance Charles Trotman
funded grant
FUNDED
5/07/20
Maude Saunders Elementary Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance Wauneka Cameron
funded grant
FUNDED
5/07/20
Dune Lakes Elementary School Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance Jennifer White
funded grant
FUNDED
5/07/20
WISE Pre-K Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance Sheila Hudson
funded grant
FUNDED
5/11/20
Emerald Coast Middle School Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance Michelle Magruder
funded grant
FUNDED
5/14/20
Bay School Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance Monica Gray - Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance
funded grant
FUNDED
5/14/20
Van R Butler Elementary Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance Krista McCauley
funded grant
FUNDED
5/15/20
Van R Butler Elementary Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance Karen Fournier - Engaging Students for On-Line Learning
funded grant
FUNDED
5/21/20
West Defuniak Elementary Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance Tammy Goodman - Virtual Classroom Assistance
funded grant
FUNDED
5/21/20
Mossy Head Elementary Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance William Goodman - Virtual Classroom Assistance
funded grant
FUNDED
5/21/20
WISE Pre-K Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance Vanitta Bumpers
funded grant
FUNDED
5/21/20
Freeport Elementary Literacy Soundtrack to Success
funded grant
FUNDED
10/01/19
Freeport High School STEM Education Teacher iPad needed to improve laboratory quality
funded grant
FUNDED
9/25/19
Mossy Head Elementary STEM Education Little Bits for Learning
funded grant
FUNDED
9/30/19
Freeport High School Teaching Quality PE in the Digital Age
funded grant
FUNDED
10/01/19
South Walton High School Low Performing Students Sensory calming space
funded grant
FUNDED
9/27/19
Walton High School STEM Education Boosting Biology with Technology
funded grant
FUNDED
10/01/19
Dune Lakes Elementary School Literacy Read and Explore the World
funded grant
FUNDED
9/30/19
South Walton High School Literacy Inspire Spanish Speakers to Read
funded grant
FUNDED
10/02/19
Bay School Literacy Power House of Learning
funded grant
FUNDED
10/01/19
Bay School STEM Education Classroom STEM Lab Set-up
funded grant
FUNDED
10/01/19
Van R Butler Elementary Literacy Guide Literacy instruction through technlogy
funded grant
FUNDED
10/01/19
Paxton School Teaching Quality Infinite Solutions with i Pads
funded grant
FUNDED
10/02/19
Freeport Middle School Literacy Extra! Extra! Read all about It!
funded grant
FUNDED
9/29/19
Dune Lakes Elementary School Teaching Quality Growing Buds
funded grant
FUNDED
10/02/19
Walton Middle School Literacy Keeping the Magic in Middle School
funded grant
FUNDED
9/26/19
Paxton School STEM Education Stepping Up with STEM!
funded grant
FUNDED
10/02/19
Van R Butler Elementary Low Performing Students Oh Boy, We'd Be One to One!
funded grant
FUNDED
9/23/19
Van R Butler Elementary Low Performing Students Building Better Mathematicians
funded grant
FUNDED
9/27/19
Paxton School Career/Technical Education Triumph Using Technology Tools
funded grant
FUNDED
9/26/19
Van R Butler Elementary STEM Education Lead the Way with STEM
funded grant
FUNDED
9/17/19
Emerald Coast Middle School Literacy Laptops for Readers
funded grant
FUNDED
10/01/19
Van R Butler Elementary Teaching Quality Technology for Engaging and Rigorous Science Inquiry
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FUNDED
10/02/19
West Defuniak Elementary Teaching Quality Help us become a 1-to-1 classroom!
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FUNDED
10/02/19
Dune Lakes Elementary School Low Performing Students Independent Literacy and Math Stations
funded grant
FUNDED
9/28/19
Paxton School STEM Education Science in the Classroom - STEM lab for our student's future
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FUNDED
10/02/19
Dune Lakes Elementary School Low Performing Students Playing to Learn Language
funded grant
FUNDED
10/02/19
Dune Lakes Elementary School STEM Education Collaboration Skill Building K-5
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FUNDED
9/26/19
Van R Butler Elementary Teaching Quality Please Help Students Build Accountability
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FUNDED
10/02/19
Dune Lakes Elementary School STEM Education Learning Through Technology and STEM
funded grant
FUNDED
9/30/19
Freeport Elementary Low Performing Students iPads for iKids and Individualized Instruction
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FUNDED
9/27/19
Emerald Coast Middle School Literacy Who Was? What Was? Where Is?
funded grant
FUNDED
9/29/19
Dune Lakes Elementary School Literacy Y.A.? Hooray!
funded grant
FUNDED
9/26/19
South Walton High School STEM Education Oysters Suck... But that's a good thing...
funded grant
FUNDED
10/01/19
Walton Intensity School of Excellence Low Performing Students Destination Innovation: Outdoor Learning Center for Students with Special Needs
funded grant
FUNDED
9/27/19
Van R Butler Elementary Literacy Technology and Flexible Seating Options to Support Literacy in a Diverse Classroom
funded grant
FUNDED
10/02/19
Van R Butler Elementary Low Performing Students Valuable Tool for Learning Disabilities
funded grant
FUNDED
10/02/19
Paxton School Literacy "Out with the Old, In with the New"
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FUNDED
9/25/19
Emerald Coast Middle School Literacy Seeing is believing!
funded grant
FUNDED
9/25/19
Walton Intensity School of Excellence STEM Education Science in the "Outernet"
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FUNDED
10/01/19
Van R Butler Elementary STEM Education STEM in the Gym! Integrating Science, Technology, Engineering, Math and Spelling in Physical Education!
funded grant
FUNDED
9/24/19
Freeport High School Low Performing Students The Gift of Graduation
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FUNDED
9/25/19
Freeport Elementary Low Performing Students Hands on Autistic Learning Activities
funded grant
FUNDED
9/26/19
Paxton School Literacy Epic Reading
funded grant
FUNDED
10/02/19
Walton High School Low Performing Students Equity for ELL Students
funded grant
FUNDED
9/26/19
Dune Lakes Elementary School STEM Education STEM Garden
funded grant
FUNDED
10/01/19
Dune Lakes Elementary School STEM Education Hands- On Science Field Trip
funded grant
FUNDED
10/01/19
Dune Lakes Elementary School STEM Education Robotics Funding for First Lego League
funded grant
FUNDED
10/01/19

Shost, Deb

Emerald Coast Middle School

The goal for this grant request is to be able to deliver meaningful instruction virtually. 

Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance - 6

posted May 4, 2020

100% Funded

 

 

Only $0 Needed

 
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Betsy Romine - Distance Learning - My Cartridge Recycle Bin Runneth Over!

Bay School

We hope to replace supplies used to meet this year's distance learning needs, so future in-classroom needs can be met. 

Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance - Pre-K

posted May 5, 2020

100% Funded

 

 

Only $0 Needed

 
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Kelley Stephenson

Walton High School

My goal is to replace my black and blue ink cartridges in my home printer so that I can continue to print materials for students needing paper packets as well as print pages so that I can keep track of activity, time, and grades for my students.  

Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance - 9-12

posted May 1, 2020

100% Funded

 

 

Only $0 Needed

 
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Lisa Burns

Emerald Coast Middle School

Teach my students virtually. 

Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance - 6-8

posted May 1, 2020

100% Funded

 

 

Only $0 Needed

 
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Brandie Bachman

Mossy Head Elementary

Teach my students virtually  

Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance - Pre-K

posted May 1, 2020

100% Funded

 

 

Only $0 Needed

 
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Melissa Lessig

Dune Lakes Elementary School

To teach my students virtually.  

Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance - 1

posted May 1, 2020

100% Funded

 

 

Only $0 Needed

 
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William Mark Snell

Walton Intensity School of Excellence

To teach my students virtually, so I can implement or expand high-quality standard based programs outside school hours during the COVID-19 pandemic, so that I can offer student’s academic/educational enrichment in grades 5-12 that are designed to reinforce and complement the regular academic program of participating students at WISE Center. 

Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance - K-12

posted May 3, 2020

100% Funded

 

 

Only $0 Needed

 
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Allison Shehan

Dune Lakes Elementary School

Teach my students virtually  

Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance - K

posted May 3, 2020

100% Funded

 

 

Only $0 Needed

 
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MacKenzie Kirkland

Freeport Elementary

Use up to $50 grant money to use in my online classroom to aide in teaching my special education students during distance learning.  

Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance - K-5

posted May 4, 2020

100% Funded

 

 

Only $0 Needed

 
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LAURA EISCHENS

Van R Butler Elementary

Teach my students virtually. 

Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance - 5

posted May 4, 2020

100% Funded

 

 

Only $0 Needed

 
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Stormy Overby

Maude Saunders Elementary

Teach my students virtually.
 

Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance - 4

posted May 4, 2020

100% Funded

 

 

Only $0 Needed

 
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Nicole Marie Gil

Dune Lakes Elementary School

Teach my students virtually.
 

Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance - 1

posted May 4, 2020

100% Funded

 

 

Only $0 Needed

 
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Kristina Wilkerson

Van R Butler Elementary

To teach my students virtually.  

Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance - 1

posted May 4, 2020

100% Funded

 

 

Only $0 Needed

 
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Lauren Weninegar

Dune Lakes Elementary School

To teach my students virtually.  

Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance - 1

posted May 4, 2020

100% Funded

 

 

Only $0 Needed

 
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Traci Lewis

Freeport Elementary

Teach my students virtually  

Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance - 1

posted May 4, 2020

100% Funded

 

 

Only $0 Needed

 
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Laurie Hudson

Freeport Elementary

Teach my students virtually.


 

Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance - K-5

posted May 4, 2020

100% Funded

 

 

Only $0 Needed

 
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Troy McGlinchey

Freeport Elementary

Teach my students virtually. 

Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance - 1

posted May 4, 2020

100% Funded

 

 

Only $0 Needed

 
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Tricia Hertzing

Freeport Elementary

Teach my students virtually. 

Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance - K-12

posted May 4, 2020

100% Funded

 

 

Only $0 Needed

 
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Sharon Mosley Virtual Classroom Experience

WISE Pre-K

Teach my students virtually.  

Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance - Pre-K

posted May 4, 2020

100% Funded

 

 

Only $0 Needed

 
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Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance

Dune Lakes Elementary School

Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance  

Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance - K

posted May 4, 2020

100% Funded

 

 

Only $0 Needed

 
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Valerie Hamon

Freeport Elementary

Teach my students virtually.  

Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance - Pre K - 5

posted May 4, 2020

100% Funded

 

 

Only $0 Needed

 
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Stacey Palliser - Littles Learning

Bay School

To teach my student's virtually. 

Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance - Pre-K

posted May 4, 2020

100% Funded

 

 

Only $0 Needed

 
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Jessica Pfennig

Dune Lakes Elementary School

Teach my students virtually. 

Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance - K

posted May 5, 2020

100% Funded

 

 

Only $0 Needed

 
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Tracey McKinney

Maude Saunders Elementary

Teach my students virtually. 

Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance - K

posted May 5, 2020

100% Funded

 

 

Only $0 Needed

 
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Susan Moody - Power-up! Wi-fi extender

Walton High School

Teach my students virtually. 

Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance - 9-12

posted May 5, 2020

100% Funded

 

 

Only $0 Needed

 
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Debbie Bush

West Defuniak Elementary

Teach my students virtually. 

Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance - 5

posted May 5, 2020

100% Funded

 

 

Only $0 Needed

 
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REBECCA CLARK

Van R Butler Elementary

Teach my students virtually. 

Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance - 3

posted May 5, 2020

100% Funded

 

 

Only $0 Needed

 
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Amanda Pacheco

Emerald Coast Middle School

My goal is to replace black ink cartridges in my home printer so I may continue to print reports to keep track of my students’ progress during online learning. 

Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance - 6-8

posted May 5, 2020

100% Funded

 

 

Only $0 Needed

 
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Amy Simpson

Bay School

Teach my students virtually 

Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance - Pre K - 5

posted May 5, 2020

100% Funded

 

 

Only $0 Needed

 
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Heather Hester

Freeport Elementary

Teach my students virtually. 

Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance - Pre-K

posted May 5, 2020

100% Funded

 

 

Only $0 Needed

 
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Haley Thompson

Dune Lakes Elementary School

Teach my students virtually.  

Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance - K

posted May 5, 2020

100% Funded

 

 

Only $0 Needed

 
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Julia Terrell - Virtual Support

Freeport Middle School

Teach my students virtually effectively. 

Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance - 8

posted May 6, 2020

100% Funded

 

 

Only $0 Needed

 
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Kristin Fliehman

Freeport Elementary

Teach my students virtually. 

Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance - Pre-K

posted May 6, 2020

100% Funded

 

 

Only $0 Needed

 
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Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance

Freeport Elementary

Teach my students virtually. 

Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance - 2

posted May 6, 2020

100% Funded

 

 

Only $0 Needed

 
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Jennifer Casey

WISE Pre-K

Teach my students virtually 

Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance - Pre-K

posted May 6, 2020

100% Funded

 

 

Only $0 Needed

 
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Sandy Thorson

Walton Middle School

Teach my students virtually. 

Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance - 7

posted May 6, 2020

100% Funded

 

 

Only $0 Needed

 
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Helen Mitchell - Power-Up! Wi-Fi Extender and Million Word Reader Reward

Emerald Coast Middle School

Teach my students virtually. 

Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance - 6

posted May 6, 2020

100% Funded

 

 

Only $0 Needed

 
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Mrs. Debbie Blount

Dune Lakes Elementary School

Teach my students virtually.  

Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance - K

posted May 7, 2020

100% Funded

 

 

Only $0 Needed

 
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Katherine Bohn

Freeport Elementary

To provide students with the best and most positive virtual learning experience. 

Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance - 3

posted May 7, 2020

100% Funded

 

 

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Rebekah Arban

Freeport Elementary

To maintain student/teacher communication.  

Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance - 2

posted May 7, 2020

100% Funded

 

 

Only $0 Needed

 
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Karen N. Pannell

Emerald Coast Middle School

Teach my students virtually 

Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance - 8

posted May 7, 2020

100% Funded

 

 

Only $0 Needed

 
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Lydia Dawkins Virtual Learning Classroom

Maude Saunders Elementary

Teach my students virtually.  

Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance - 2

posted May 7, 2020

100% Funded

 

 

Only $0 Needed

 
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Charles Trotman

Freeport High School

To teach my students virtually 

Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance - 9-12

posted May 7, 2020

100% Funded

 

 

Only $0 Needed

 
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Wauneka Cameron

Maude Saunders Elementary

Teach my students virtually 

Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance - 3

posted May 7, 2020

100% Funded

 

 

Only $0 Needed

 
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Jennifer White

Dune Lakes Elementary School

Teach my students virtually 

Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance - 3

posted May 7, 2020

100% Funded

 

 

Only $0 Needed

 
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Sheila Hudson

WISE Pre-K

Teach my students virtually. 

Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance - Pre-K

posted May 11, 2020

100% Funded

 

 

Only $0 Needed

 
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Michelle Magruder

Emerald Coast Middle School

My goal is to be able to print weekly student reports from online resources such as Study Island in order to review the mastery of standards in the different content areas of our curriculum.  

Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance - 6

posted May 14, 2020

100% Funded

 

 

Only $0 Needed

 
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Monica Gray - Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance

Bay School

My goal is to continue to engage my students virtually. 

Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance - Pre-K

posted May 14, 2020

100% Funded

 

 

Only $0 Needed

 
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Krista McCauley

Van R Butler Elementary

Teach my students virtually.  

Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance - K

posted May 15, 2020

100% Funded

 

 

Only $0 Needed

 
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Karen Fournier - Engaging Students for On-Line Learning

Van R Butler Elementary

COVID-19 has forced educators to reimagine how we deliver an engaging learning experienced for students. My goal was to develop interactive reading lessons and provide an extrinsic reward motivator to keep students engaged and participating in their new virtual learning environment. 

Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance - 5

posted May 21, 2020

100% Funded

 

 

Only $0 Needed

 
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Tammy Goodman - Virtual Classroom Assistance

West Defuniak Elementary

Teach my students virtually. 

Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance - Pre K - 5

posted May 21, 2020

100% Funded

 

 

Only $0 Needed

 
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William Goodman - Virtual Classroom Assistance

Mossy Head Elementary

Teach my students virtually. 

Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance - K-5

posted May 21, 2020

100% Funded

 

 

Only $0 Needed

 
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Vanitta Bumpers

WISE Pre-K

Teach my students virtually. 

Virtual Learning Classroom Assistance - Pre-K

posted May 21, 2020

100% Funded

 

 

Only $0 Needed

 
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Soundtrack to Success

Freeport Elementary

Our classroom goal is to not only become better readers, but to also comprehend the books that we read. As of now, my at grade level and below grade level performing students struggle with independent reading. Individual CD players will help close that gap by exposing students to unfamiliar texts and help build their confidence for future assignments. With these CD players each and every student will confidently read and comprehend each text they are assigned without worrying if they can pronounce each word.  

Literacy - 3

posted October 1, 2019

100% Funded

 

 

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Teacher iPad needed to improve laboratory quality

Freeport High School

The goal with this iPad is to use it in tandem with the technology that we have in our lab in order for students to see data from their labs in real time on the Cleartouch board in the classroom.  

STEM Education - 9-12

posted September 25, 2019

100% Funded

 

 

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Little Bits for Learning

Mossy Head Elementary

Students will have increased knowledge of scientific concepts and show improved reading scores for non-fiction text on STAR assessments. Currently 57% of my students are proficient in reading, through use of this hands on technology which require them to read informational text I plan to reach my goal of 80% proficiency in reading by the end of the year.  

STEM Education - 3

posted September 30, 2019

100% Funded

 

 

Only $0 Needed

 
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PE in the Digital Age

Freeport High School

To secure digital tools to supplement physical and health education instruction for students. 

Teaching Quality - 9-12

posted October 1, 2019

100% Funded

 

 

Only $0 Needed

 
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Sensory calming space

South Walton High School

I would like to create a safe and calming space for our special needs students. This space will create an environment that children can retreat to when they are overwhelmed or need a break. In my time working with children who have special needs such as autism, Down’s syndrome, brain disorders and behavioral issues these students often need a quiet and safe space to be able to calm down and take a break. My goal is to create that space with sensory lights to help them focus on instead of what is causing them stress. This space would also have pod chairs and chairs that conform to them to help with controlling their movements. 

Low Performing Students - 9-12

posted September 27, 2019

100% Funded

 

 

Only $0 Needed

 
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Boosting Biology with Technology

Walton High School

To allow Biology students to reach their potential through interactive tutorials and virtual dissections via the eMind Software Suite. 

STEM Education - 9-12

posted October 1, 2019

100% Funded

 

 

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Read and Explore the World

Dune Lakes Elementary School

The goal of this grant is to give students access to informational text (books and articles) related to science, math, and history that will also tie in hands on activities that go with what they are reading. Students participate in a designated time termed “Walk to Read”. During this time, students who are identified as needed reading interventions work in small groups on county identified research based programs. The rest of the students (about 3/4ths of the students) are left to read on their own. The items in this grant are intended to offer more literacy selections (books and informational text) along with kits that will give those students more structured and standards based assignment to do at that time. Students will rotate through the different texts and kits over the course of the year. Students will be able to plan, build and test designs related to different science and math concepts after reading the background information on that topic. It will offer real world connections to the concepts they are reading. It will tie in informational literacy with science and math.

 

Literacy - 5

posted September 30, 2019

100% Funded

 

 

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Inspire Spanish Speakers to Read

South Walton High School

Seventeen years ago I arrived from Venezuela to a 7th grade classroom in Delaware. I spoke no English. In ELA a teacher handed me 'The Giver' (El Dador) in Spanish allowing me to keep up with my English speaking classmates and inspiring me to read for the rest of my life. Spanish speakers in the U.S. are forever disconnected from their language. They may speak at home, but rarely will they continue to nourish their vocabulary through reading, writing and listening to proper Spanish. Our goal is to allow our Spanish speaking students to read in their native language the similar literature their fellow students are reading in ELA, at the same time as we inspire them to read at home. By creating a small library filled with English literature in Spanish and Spanish literature we will open a door to discovery, skill building, and imagination for our school's Hispanic community.  

Literacy - 9-12

posted October 2, 2019

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Power House of Learning

Bay School

I will use the light table, sensory table, and tools to enhance literacy, math, and writing skills with play-based activities.  

Literacy - Pre-K

posted October 1, 2019

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Classroom STEM Lab Set-up

Bay School

Initial assessments identified 81.25% of my students as “Below Standard” in Mathematics, while an informal poll of the same students showed Science as their favorite subject to date. I feel my students would greatly benefit from the introduction of a STEM program (Science – Technology – Engineering – Mathematics) that could capitalize on their current interests while creating a well-rounded educational experience that could improve Math scores in the process.

My goal is to establish a classroom “STEM Center” to help prepare students to work towards answering a variety of life’s dilemmas through observing problems, asking questions, making sense of issues and persevering to solve them. Students will work individually and collaboratively designing, building and testing working machines and structures through a wide variety of hand-on activities.  

STEM Education - Pre-K

posted October 1, 2019

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Guide Literacy instruction through technlogy

Van R Butler Elementary

My goal is to have 1:1 technology for my students so I can help guide them in literacy education as well as math and science by using the technology as a learning tool.  

Literacy - 2

posted October 1, 2019

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Infinite Solutions with i Pads

Paxton School

As students go from class to class each day, they are expected to write math problems and essays as ways to express their knowledge of subject matter. Students are living in a world filled with technology and are comfortable using technology in various ways. I would love to bring the use of technology into the classroom as a fun way to express knowledge in Algebra I and Algebra II to students who may struggle with the concepts taught in these classes and as a way to reinforce concepts for a deeper level of understanding. MAFS.912.a-REI.3.7 states that students will be able to solve a simple system consisting of a linear equation and a quadratic equation in two variables algebraically and graphically. All students take the Algebra EOC online and would benefit from practice of such standards taught through the use of technology. I would love for my students to be able to gain familiarity with the online graphing platform through websites, to understand the technological tools needed to be successful in the 21st century as well as on statewide assessments, and to assess success and deficits in skills taught through various online formative and summative assessments. The use of i Pads in the classroom would allow these advancements to take place.  

Teaching Quality - 9-12

posted October 2, 2019

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Extra! Extra! Read all about It!

Freeport Middle School

By the end of the current school year, my students will demonstrate independent reading ability and passage comprehension on literature passages as measured by Accelerated Reader software, weekly book reports and Star Reading assessments. 

Literacy - 6-8

posted September 29, 2019

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Growing Buds

Dune Lakes Elementary School

Our goal is to enhance our students understanding of not only a plant's life cycle but toalso increase their awareness in out little community and how they can be a bigger part of it. 

Teaching Quality - 2

posted October 2, 2019

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Keeping the Magic in Middle School

Walton Middle School

My goal is to not only increase students’ STAR Enterprise Reading scores, but to ultimately foster a love and genuine interest of literature. My intensive reading courses provide additional reading support to students who scored in the lowest 25th percentile on the FSA ELA/Reading assessment. However, 57% of my students scored below the grade 6 benchmark (expected reading level for a current 6th grader in the beginning month of school) on the first STAR Enterprise Reading assessment (taken in August 2019). My goal is that by May 2020, the number of below grade 6 students will decrease by 15% for a total of 42% students. Research has proven the best method of improving reading comprehension is through authentic and frequent practice with a variety of texts. The texts selected are specific to not only student need, but student interest.  

Literacy - 6

posted September 26, 2019

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Stepping Up with STEM!

Paxton School

Our students are living in an ever changing world where they as individuals need to be able to connect multiple curriculum skills together to complete tasks, learn problem solving techniques, and use their own ingenuity and creativity to discover new ideas. As a fourth grade teacher, I strive to guide my students in reaching goals in cross curricular areas. However, students are not always as proficient in areas as we aspire them to be. According to the initial STAR Math Assessment given in August 2018, 26% of my students are below proficiency and not on grade level. Although fourth grade students do not take the Statewide Science Assessment, they are assessed in fifth grade. As a current fourth grade teacher and a previous fifth grade teacher, I understand the importance of vertical planning in the area of science to help increase students scores on the Statewide Science Assessment. I strongly feel that there can be a decrease in percentage of students that are not on grade level on the STAR Math Assessment and an increase in scores on the fifth grade Statewide Science Assessment by providing opportunities for STEM and hands on activities that will effectively and actively engage students. To help provide a hands-on, interactive, and engaging classroom where students can explore the application of skills, I feel that students need access to STEM and hands on science kits to help them succeed in these areas.
According to an article on nea.org, The National Education Association encourages the use of STEM activities in the classroom so that students can compete with other students and eventually employees in a workforce that is rapidly changing.They believe that STEM education is essential to provide this opportunity to our students.

Florida fourth grade math standard-MAFS.4.NF.2.4 requires that students should solve word problems involving multiplication of a fraction by a whole number by using visual fraction models and equations to represent and use and application of skills and concepts to do so. Also, the Math Standard- MAFS.4.MD.1.3 states that students should apply the area and perimeter formulas for rectangles in real world and mathematical problems. Florida fourth grade science standard- SC.4.N.1.1 requires that students raise questions about the natural world, and use appropriate reference materials that support understanding to obtain information, and conduct both individual and team investigations through free exploration and systematic investigations, and generate appropriate explanations based on those explorations. With these requirements for fourth grade students, the use of STEM activities could help benefit our students.

 

STEM Education - 4

posted October 2, 2019

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Oh Boy, We'd Be One to One!

Van R Butler Elementary

As my grant title states, receiving these three additional iPads would allow my class to reach a one-to-one technology ratio, meaning that each student would have their own device. This has been my goal for my classroom since I began teaching. The Walton Education Foundation and their wonderful community partners have made this goal possible, as I have received two to three devices each year from grants such as this one.
I have the goal of reaching a one-to-one classroom because it provides so many opportunities and possibilities for my students. My main focus is always the learning gains of each and every one of my students. With that being said, I will use the one-to-one technology to meet the needs of all of my students, from the English-language learners to the students in the gifted program, and students in between. Having a device for each student allows us to utilize programs tailored to meet the needs of each student. It also allows for immediate feedback and teacher intervention.
As I said, student learning gains and student growth are my main priority; therefore, the goal that I will be measuring to prove the effectiveness of this grant is that my students will increase their Student Growth Percentile (SGP) Score by 40 points or greater. I will be using the STAR Math Enterprise Assessment, taken four times each year, as my indicator for this goal.  

Low Performing Students - 3

posted September 23, 2019

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Building Better Mathematicians

Van R Butler Elementary

As a result of implementing a very similar project a few years ago, the evidence concluded that student motivation for mathematics learning shifted tremendously. Student achievement increased beyond just our Hispanic ELL students. It is my goal to improve methodologies that I use to teach mathematics, specifically using various activities including technology to increase student engagement and excitement for learning. This project will help students improve in mathematics by immersing them in technology and activities that will require them to plan, communicate, coordinate, and solve problems.

Objective 1: To increase student achievement in mathematics, particularly in the English Language Learner (ELL) population, as evidenced by increased scores on the STAR Math Enterprise Assessment.

Desired outcome: At least 50% of the target population (students who are both low-achieving and ELL) will achieve an SGP of 45 or greater on the STAR Math Enterprise Assessment.


Objective 2: To increase student mastery in the Mathematics Florida Standards (MAFS), as evidenced through achievement on teacher-created, curriculum-based measures in the domains of Operations and Algebraic Thinking, Numbers and Operations in Base Ten, Measurement and Data, and Geometry. Primary benchmarks on this measure include MAFS standard MAFS.1.OA.1.1, in which students will demonstrate their ability to add and substrate within 20 using multiple strategies, standard MAFS.1.NBT.2.2, in which students will demonstrate ability to decompose numbers in multiple ways, standard MAFS.1.MD.3.4, in which students will demonstrate ability to organize and interpret data, and standard MAFS.1.G.1.1, in which students will demonstrate their ability to build and draw shapes with particular defining attributes.

Desired outcome: At least 50% of the target population will demonstrate mastery of the MAFS, demonstrated by a score of at least 80% on the aforementioned teacher-created, curriculum-based measure.
 

Low Performing Students - 1

posted September 27, 2019

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Triumph Using Technology Tools

Paxton School

Our goal is to be awarded this grant to purchase new computers that allow students to work online without interruptions. High School and Middle students who are enrolled in CIW online courses such as Digital Information Technology, Business Internet Associate and other Business Software Computer Applications will be provided new technology tools to improve learning and their academic performance.  

Career/Technical Education - K-12

posted September 26, 2019

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Lead the Way with STEM

Van R Butler Elementary

In August of 2019, 0% of my students scored 70% or higher on a district science pre-assessment. My goal is for 50% of my students to score 70% or higher on the district end-of-year science assessment in May of 2020. This grant will help accomplish this goal by providing my class with three additional student laptop computers. These computers will be used during my science block to allow students extra remediation, practice, and enrichment by using science programs such as Study Island and Project Lead the Way (a STEM initiative).  

STEM Education - 5

posted September 17, 2019

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Laptops for Readers

Emerald Coast Middle School

My goal is to have more classroom laptops to help my students achieve their goals and increase their reading abilities as shown by FSA and STAR assessment scores.

This year in my intensive reading classes, my students are continuing their work with the online reading program Achieve 3000. Achieve3000 allows students to work on their “just right level”. This program allows practice with writing skills, vocabulary practice as well as reading comprehension questions that aligns perfectly to English Language Arts (ELA) Florida State Standards, for each of the three grade levels I teach and the ELL standards. This research based program allows me to differentiate their instruction, by choosing articles based on skill weaknesses and topics that are interesting to them. I also can assign articles based on which Florida State ELA Standard I wish my students to work on. My students in the past to show great grains on STAR assessment as well as FSA because of the use of Achieve3000.

Currently I have 71 students in my intensive reading classes and 23 in Critical Thinking. 45% of these students are English Language Learners (ELL) students, some of which speak little to no English. 12% of my students are classified ESE or have a 504 plan, having extra computers in my room will allow me to help meet these students’ accommodations and differentiate their instructional needs. Working one-on-one or in small groups with students really can make a huge difference. All 71 of my intensive reading students are classified as part of the “lowest 30%”, according to their ELA FSA score from Spring 2019, meaning I have the lowest of the low at our school. These students need all the extra support and time they can using the online programs, to improve their FSA ELA scores.
 

Literacy - 6-8

posted October 1, 2019

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Technology for Engaging and Rigorous Science Inquiry

Van R Butler Elementary

To increase grade level Science proficiency from a class average of 46% to 80% by the end of the 2019-2020 school year based on the 5th Grade Science Benchmark Assessment.

Science is a subject that requires students to be highly engaged and participate in guided and independent inquiry investigations to develop a true understanding. With the abundance of information and variety of resources that are available digitally, incorporating technology into science inquiry, allows students to develop a deeper understanding of concepts.  

Teaching Quality - 5

posted October 2, 2019

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Help us become a 1-to-1 classroom!

West Defuniak Elementary

My goal is to have enough classroom computers for each student to have their own to use in class. This will help with being able to access websites that will help improve their individual reading and math needs.  

Teaching Quality - 1

posted October 2, 2019

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Independent Literacy and Math Stations

Dune Lakes Elementary School

I hope to increase my students literacy and mathematics understanding by providing independent stations to practice skills in a fun, game-like format. 

Low Performing Students - 1

posted September 28, 2019

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Science in the Classroom - STEM lab for our student's future

Paxton School

As our students progress from year to year they are required to gain knowledge and master multiple science standards. Florida standards slowly progress by grade levels to ensure that students leave one grade level with the knowledge to succeed in the next grade level. Unfortunately, not every student gains the knowledge that they need to be successful in their current grade. Science can be a difficult subject for elementary students to understand. In subjects like math and reading, we provide many different tools to develop skills. However, in science, if tools are not easily accessible in the classroom, students may have a hard time understanding the information. Our students have proven to be better equipped with learning when they are given objects to manipulate while learning. As a fourth-grade teacher, I feel that with the items to create our own STEM lab in the classroom, we will increase science knowledge within the classroom. This will create an engaging learning atmosphere where students are encouraged to explore while learning.

Big Idea 1: The Practice of Science
Florida Science Standard SC.4.N.1.2 states that students must “Compare the observations made by different groups using multiple tools and seek reasons to explain the differences across groups.” Students could complete the lab in groups and compare findings. The same goes with Big Idea 8: Properties of Matter, SC.4.P.8.4 states that students must “investigate and describe that magnets can attract magnetic materials and attract and repel other magnets. With the lab material, students will have ample opportunities to practice, explore, observe, and question many scientific activities.
 

STEM Education - 4

posted October 2, 2019

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Playing to Learn Language

Dune Lakes Elementary School

In a society pressured by achievement, we often see a forced process of students learning the art of play instead of the innate process of students playing to learn. My goal is to maximize the limited time I have with over 750 students. I will do this by providing a high-quality experience that develops the cognitive, physical, and emotional facets of a child through purposeful movement on classroom instruments.  

Low Performing Students - K-5

posted October 2, 2019

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Collaboration Skill Building K-5

Dune Lakes Elementary School

My students need opportunities to help them learn how to collaborate and work together in the classroom. We expect them to work together with their peers every day without ever teaching them how to do this. They are asked to think critically, collaborate and communicate with others, all while being creative. This is a very tall order for children who come from different cultures and have different belief systems.

By focusing on collaborative skill building, students will build a greater sense of community and reduce the conflict that occurs while working with a team. The levels of student engagement will increase. Introverted students will learn how they can contribute to the success of their team. The goal is to boost student productivity and success while working on a team.

By purchasing the supplies requested below, students will be able to work in teams of 3 or 4 to learn the necessary skills to collaborate and cooperate with peers, teachers, and others using technology to solve problems.

Currently 21.9% of our students fall below a passing level on our district math tests. By implementing these collaboration activities with students we will raise their problem solving abilities so we have less than 10% fall in this category.  

STEM Education - K-5

posted September 26, 2019

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Please Help Students Build Accountability

Van R Butler Elementary

I will track academic growth and to show efficacy in the digital programs. Students will show an increase of 20% from pre program to post program.

I will utilize flexible seating and sensory tools to show an increase in on-task behavior.  

Teaching Quality - 5

posted October 2, 2019

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