WEP Awards Mini-Grants


WEP GRANTS AWARDED

• Frederick Douglass Elementary, Stantonsburg Elementary and Speight Middle received a $999.12 grant for a mobile STEM lab project proposal from Christine Mitchell.

• Frederick Douglass Elementary received $950 grant for a “Let’s Break Out of the City” project proposal from Sabra Green.

• Jones Elementary received $1,000 grant for a “Jaguars Full STEAM Ahead” project proposal from Tamara Arizpe and Cara Patterson.

• Barnes Elementary received a $966 grant for a “Building Knowledge with Legos” project proposal from Jennifer Delano Gemzik.

• Winstead Elementary received a $677.34 grant for the Winstead Workshop Makerspace project proposal from Cindy Murphy.

• Jones Elementary received an $835.42 grant for a “Student Resource Science Learn Ed Notebooks” project proposal from Jeremy Kirby.

• Stantonsburg Elementary received an $800 grant for an “Unlocking Critical Thinking” project proposal from Susan Strickland.

• Barnes Elementary received a $158.65 grant for STEM bins for student interaction project proposal from Karen Howell.

• Wilson Early College Academy received a $954 grant for a “Breaking Out with Breakout EDU” project proposal from Shannon Campbell.

• Winstead Elementary received a $760.02 grant for a Winstead STEM project proposal from the school’s fourth-grade teachers.

• Hearne Elementary received a $428.51 grant for a “Guiding Students to Become Excellent Readers” project proposal from Serita Braswell.

• Winstead Elementary received a $1,000 grant for a “College and Career Readiness Town Hall” project proposal from Blake Tucker.

• Darden Middle received a $334 grant for a “Showcasing Our Artists” project proposal from Melissa Butts.

• Frederick Douglass Elementary received a $923 grant for a “Building the Book Room Guided Reading Sets” project proposal from Kelly Thomas.

• Lucama Elementary received $57.60 for an “Engaged Learners with Fidgety Feet” project proposal from Leah Bissette.

• Lucama Elementary received $298.57 for a “Movement in the Music Room” project proposal from Jana Winders.

• Elm City Middle received $695.05 for a “Fighting Obesity with Fitness” project proposal from Brent Pearson.

• All schools’ Exceptional Children Programs received $932.41 for a “PE for Me” project proposal from Amy Stadiem.

• Springfield Middle received $151.80 for a “Key to Our School: Collaborative Community Mural” project proposal from Abby Boykin.

• Hunt High received $934.40 for a “Communicate and Share our Social Stories” project proposal from Bonita Mildon, Jan Wooten and Chris Beneck.

• Forest Hills Middle received $165 for a “Bouncy Bands for Desks” project proposal from Sharon Jones.