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Here are some of the ways the grants given to our teachers have made a difference:

  • Daily School Announcements made possible using grant funded Fire TV Stick

  • Project Lead The Way micropipettes

  • Purchased authentic human bones kits for our Forensics classes

  • Furnished start-up costs and supplies for a new Coding Club

  • Funded a retention pond for hands-on learning in
    Biology classes

  • Sponsored the Speech and Debate team so they could compete state-wide

  • Covered cost for science books in French, Chinese, and German in support of our World Language magnet, plus
    nearly 200 books for our 32 AP courses

  • Supplied start-up costs for the school’s new
    Literary Magazine

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Grant Recipients: 2022-2023

Front Row: Leslie Highfill, Gabriela Neufeld, Katie Linker, Kaitlin Craig, Jinko Dailey

Back Row: William Fullenwider, DeAnna Hoobler, Magdalena Clinton, Hyelynn Koo

Missing: Hildegardo Avila-Carranza, Nela Sprinkle, Jessica Rios-Olivares, Jacqueline Jenkins,

Teresa Blaine, Mollie Peterson, Katlyn Villier, Carrie DeWilliams, Amy McNelis

  • ACT Prep Class reading materials.

  • Refrigerator for Biology Department.

  • 20 copies of “La distancia entre nostros” for Spanish for Native Speakers class.

  • Site license for “Generation Genious” for Extension students.

  • 2 Spectrophotometers for Chemistry students.

  • Headphones with microphone for World Language department to use for testing.

  • Forensics Science lab supplies.

  • Japanese World Language -expenses for gift exchange with Japanese Global Exchange students.

  • Go-Direct Wireless Gas Pressure Sensor Probes for Biomedical Science students.

  • pGLO Bacterial Transformation lab kits for AP Biology students.

  • Equipment and supplies for Biomedical Science Pathway students.

  • Costs for Future Problem Solvers Club competition.

  • Funded cost of guest speaker to advise and supplement instruction on public for AP Seminar class.

  • Mini-Greenhouse kit and seeds for Botany Club.

  • American Sign Language conference fees for 2 ASL teachers.

  • Shed, locks, storage and wheel barrows for National Math & Science Honor Society.

  • Botany End of Year project to fix up the pond on campus. Pond will be recognized as a wildlife habitat.

Grants In Action: 2022-2023
Grants In Action: 2021-2022
  • ACT / SAT Prep Class Graphing Calculators

  • Pre-Calculus Lesson Plans

  • Forensic Science Laboratory Supplies 

  • Orchestra Cello Bows

  • Rise Sports Marketing Digital Camera

  • Future Problem Solvers State Tournament

  • Band Sight Reading Books

  • Classroom Wireless Presentation Clickers

  • Language Magnet Headsets

  • Earth & Environmental Science Laboratory Kits

  • Journalism Wordpress Annual Subscription

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Grants In Action: 2019-2020
  • Purchase of EC leveled book sets for  EC English

  • Purchase of CTE 2 sets of micropippettes for PLTW (Project Lead the Way )Biomedical Science

  • Purchase of  a firestick for Main Office TV For communication from Counseling Staff

  • Purchase of novel sets “We are Witnesses” for the English department

  • Purchase of book set for the English department

  • Purchase of technology for the English department

  • Purchase of technology for the Math department

  • Purchase of Pear Deck software subscription for CTE Business & Finance

  • Purchase of technology for EC department

  • Purchase of art supplies for student displays at local exhibit

  • Funded conference fee for World Language Conference

  • Purchase of Coffee Cart and coffee pot to create a coffee shop on campus where the students work and manage so they can work on social & life skills for EC department

  • Purchase of Club Vex components for Tech, Robotics, Engineering Clubs

  • Purchase of required reading/classroom set “In the Time of Butterflies” by Julia Alvarez for Civics and Econ

  • Purchase of Cart, PowerPoint clicker, supplies for mobile Math classroom

  • Purchase of 10 3 book sets for Honors Leadership and Learning

  • Purchase of Screen Cloud software subscription which allows announcements and community events to be displayed on screens across campus (has been purchased for 2018-19, 2019-20 & 2020-2021)

  • Replaced the Nuke Amplifier for band students

Grants In Action: 2017-2018
  • Purchase of over 100 Spanish language fiction books available for check-out to native language ELL students, novice Spanish students to AP World Language Magnet students

  • Purchase of Fixture Displays cell phone iPad mini charging station lockers mail slots

  • Purchase of a full set of state and territory flags

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