Grants for High School

Using Probes to Facilitate Inquiry-Based Physics

Amount: $4091 | Year: 2005 | School:

This grant enhances a grant awarded last year by the NPEF by providing new probes for physics students at all levels so that they may work in small groups to analyze motion, force, light, acceleration, temperature, magnetic pull voltage, and current.

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College Information Nights

Amount: $1,400 | Year: 2005 | School:

The High School Guidance Department will offer three evening programs to juniors, seniors, and their parents to further inform them of the college application, admission and financial aid application processes.

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Calculator-Based Labs

Amount: $1,611 | Year: 2004 | School:

A lab-based initiative to enhance the high school science program, Calculator-Based Labs will provide a calculator interface and electronic probes to allow students to collect, record and graph real-time data in experiments across the science curriculum, including areas such as photosynthesis, respiration, and conductivity.

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Motion Acceleration and Force

Amount: $3,700 | Year: 2004 | School:

This hands-on science program will provide three computer probe systems to support the physics classes in measuring real-life problems in motion, acceleration and force.

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College Information Night

Amount: $1,400 | Year: 2004 | School:

The High School Guidance Department will offer three evening programs to juniors, seniors, and their parents to further inform them of the college application, admission, and financial aid application processes.

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