Grants in Action

Mosaic Tile Mural for Front Lobby

Amount: $1,000 | Year: 2006 | School:

This grant will continue the mosaic tile project initiated with an NPEF grant last year.  A series of three additional mosaic panels will be created by middle and high school students and installed in front of the High School Guidance Office.  The work would be run under the auspices of the National Art Honor Society.  […]

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Humanities in the Workplace

Amount: $1,000 | Year: 2006 | School:

This project will consist of a series of guest speakers who will describe and discuss their careers in fields such as: journalism, architecture, and music.  This will be presented to the seniors in the Humanities classes.

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Teleprompter Kit for Media Projects & Oral Communication

Amount: $1,600 | Year: 2006 | School:

This grant will help to improve student written and oral communications skills with the purchase of a Universal Teleprompter system, which will be used by the High School Journalism and Video Design classes during the production of magazine shows and sports reports.  In addition, this technology can be used to enhance the students’ awareness of […]

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Learning Physics Concepts using a Multimedia Projector

Amount: $1,200 | Year: 2006 | School:

To continue the successful implementation of the inquiry based learning investigations and the “minds-on” experiences provided by the physics probes, the Science department is getting another permanently mounted digital projector in an additional physics lab.  In addition, the equipment will provide students with an increased opportunity to produce relevant accurate and concise presentations based around […]

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