Grants for Middle School

American Revolution E-book

Amount: $6,229 | Year: 2011 | School:

Ten iPads were purchased for the 7th grade Social Studies classes for a project combining Social Studies and Language Arts.  Students are required to analyze and evaluate primary source documents and write ASK style reflective statements. Utilizing the Adobe InDesign application, students can directly interact with historical texts on the iPads while simultaneously creating maps […]

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SMART Response Interactive Remotes

Amount: $1,600 | Year: 2011 | School:

The SMART Response Interactive Response System operates in conjunction with the SmartBoard. Students are given a remote which is used to submit answers to prompts & questions presented on the SmartBoard. This allows all students a voice or input.  It enhances the lessons by allowing the instructors to adapt and differentiate instruction as needed and […]

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Screenflex Portable Partition

Amount: $1,600 | Year: 2010 | School: ,

This grant provided a safe, flexible and effective means to divide space in the library for increasingly frequent professional development workshops, class presentations and guest lectures in the electronic classroom area. The portable partition will be used for Teen Arts, the International Festival, large group testing, and other needs for either segregated or flexible display […]

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Violin/Viola Doubling Project

Amount: $360 | Year: 2010 | School:

The purpose of this grant is to improve the overall quality of the Middle School Orchestra by balancing out instrumentation. The goal is to recruit students willing to double on viola and violin and provide instruments and additional lesson times if needed. This will serve to improve the overall balance of the orchestra and foster […]

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SMART Response Interactive Response System

Amount: $1,600 | Year: 2010 | School:

The purpose of this grant is to enhance existing SMART Board technology within the middle school. Students are each assigned a remote which they can use to submit answers to prompts and questions presented on the SMART Board. The system can be used for pre-reading, prewriting, anticipatory sets and formal assessments. The most beneficial aspect […]

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