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Grants for Asa Low Intermediate

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It’s Fun and It’s the Future…..Coding Drones!!!
Submitted By: Patricia Londono

My Students: Our Students at Low are extremely excited about learning new things. They love a challenge and always seem to reach for the high bar. Why not let them reach for the sky with drones. Drones ... read more »

I Heard you the First Time!
Submitted By: Patricia Londono

My Students: Our students are fun, love learning and are occasionally soft spoken. I want those students to have an opportunity to have their voices heard and make it seem like they are fitting in without even ... read more »

Grants for Ben Barber Career Tech Academy

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Knot the End, but the Beginning
Submitted By: Ebony Harris

My Students: As a Vocational Adjustment Coordinator, it is my job to provide employment skills to students from Legacy, Summit, Mansfield, Timberview, as well as students in the Transition Center here at Ben Barber. These students have ... read more »

Grants for Cora Spencer Elementary

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I Got News, You Got News, We All Got News
Submitted By: Brenda Powell

My Students: As a school Counselor, I hear from many parents who want to help their child, They are caring parents but are not sure what to do. how can they be shown the way? By using ... read more »

Grants for Della Icenhower Intermediate

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Kindle My World
Submitted By: Kelly Marino

My Students: My students are inquisitive, curious, hard-working fifth graders that need exposure to math and science in the real world. I have a group of 55 high-achieving GT/PreAP students that are ready to conquer the world. ... read more »

Grants for Donna Shepard Intermediate

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Scholarly Readers
Submitted By: ShaKendra Allen

My Students: My students are enthusiastic, eager-to-learn 6th graders! They want to do well in school, but some of them just don’t have the tools in their toolbox yet to be successful. Struggling with reading comprehension ... read more »

Student Art Gallery
Submitted By: Jana Perkins

My Students: My art students come from diverse backgrounds. Each has a unique story to tell with their art. All fifth grade students spend some time exploring art class. Sixth grade art students chose art as their ... read more »

Empowering All Readers!
Submitted By: ShaKendra Allen

My Students: My students are enthusiastic, eager-to-learn 6th graders! They want to do well in school, but some of them just don’t have the tools in their toolbox yet to be successful. Struggling with reading comprehension ... read more »

If Walls Could Speak
Submitted By: Jana Perkins

My Students: My art students come from diverse backgrounds. Each has a unique story to tell with their art. All fifth grade students spend some time exploring art class. Sixth grade art students chose art as their ... read more »

Lights! Camera! Action!
Submitted By: Kala Schlaegel

My Students: Our students live in a world where the biggest names they know got famous on YouTube, Twitter, and Instagram. This has increased the awareness of technological careers, home-made careers (youtubers), and the need to learn ... read more »

Circuits Kits
Submitted By: Francis Sanchez

My Students: th grade is such an enjoyable year, especially for science! There are many fun science experiments and hands on activities that can be done. My bilingual students mainly come from low socio-economic backgrounds and do n ... read more »

Grants for Janet Brockett Elementary

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Talk It Up!
Submitted By: Sharon Guthrie, Katharine Nordin, Jennifer McEwen

Our Students: As speech, special education FALS and resource teachers, preschool teachers, and counselors we have the responsibility of reaching over 650 students each day, ranging in ages from preschool to fourth grade. As a Title 1 school (53%) many ... read more »

Light up My World
Submitted By: Grace George

My Students: My Kindergarten kids are so excited about learning! For many, this is their first time to attend a structured school environment. Their enthusiasm is contagious and they are enthusiastic and motivated to learn. My class ... read more »

Brockett Can Cube
Submitted By: Molly Sparkman

My Students: As the librarian, I see 250 energetic, intelligent, and highly inquisitive 3rd and 4th graders every week. They are enthusiastic and motivated to learn and always excited to discover something new. As Dr. Rick Rigsby said ... read more »

Grants for Jerry Knight STEM Academy

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Us vs. The Game: Besting Obstacles Together
Submitted By: Kaleigh Gibbons

My Students: Jerry Knight STEM Academy services learners who are excited to embrace challenges, stretch themselves personally and academically, and work together to solve real-world problems. Collaboration is a major focus at the Jerry Knight STEM Academy. ... read more »

Scanning at STEM
Submitted By: Laura Thomason

My Students: Our learners are amazing innovative thinkers who display creativity. They come from across the district and represent all portions of MISD. They are always wanting to extend their learning and create solutions to the problems ... read more »

Learning STEMs from Literature
Submitted By: Kaleigh Gibbons

My Students: Our students at the Jerry Knight STEM Academy are curious, motivated, and creative. They work collaboratively to solve real-world problems. The majority of our learners are identified as gifted and talented, and many of them ... read more »

Let’s Quidditch!
Submitted By: Blake Lindsey

My Students: The learners at the Jerry Knight STEM Academy are amazing, innovative thinkers who demonstrate creativity and a love of learning on a daily basis. They come from every attendance zone across the district and represent ... read more »

Drones Obstacle Course at STEM
Submitted By: Robert E. Lee III

My Students: Our learners are amazing innovative thinkers who display creativity. They come from across the district and represent all portions of MISD. They are always wanting to extend their learning and create solutions to the problems ... read more »

Competition Drones at STEM
Submitted By: Robert E. Lee III

My Students: Our learners are amazing innovative thinkers who display creativity. They come from across the district and represent all portions of MISD. They are always wanting to extend their learning and create solutions to the problems ... read more »

Grants for Judy K. Miller Elementary

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Who’s the Winner? Chicken Dinner!!!
Submitted By: Lori Vaughn

My Students: My third grade students are simple the best! They come from a variety of backgrounds and home experiences. My classroom is diversified and I couldn't ask for a better group of kids! We have all ... read more »

Skype Hype
Submitted By: Kathryn Hardy

My Students: Our students are growing up surrounded by technology and are truly digital natives. However, not all students have the opportunity to utilize technology in the educational realm. Our goal as a school is to teach ... read more »

Grants for Mansfield High School

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Lego Mania
Submitted By: Danny McMahan

My Students: My students come to my room from various programs in Mansfield ISD. Each student has an IEP that directs us to work on needs to ease their transition into adulthood. We try to improve their ... read more »

Grants for Martha Reid Elementary

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The Power of a Voice
Submitted By: Kelly Dowden

My Students: Our students are leaders at Martha Reid! In the classroom we encourage our students to speak up and speak out to contribute to their classroom. Learning is a joint effort, not just conducted by one ... read more »

Active Listening, Active Learning
Submitted By: Mary Costa

My Students: Our students are leaders at Martha Reid! In the gym we encourage our students to speak up and speak out to contribute to their learning. Learning is a joint effort, not just conducted by one ... read more »

Grants for Mary Jo Sheppard Elementary

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Serving Up More Mugs with Hugs
Submitted By: Traci Green

My Students: Our students are eager to learn--they come every day excited and ready to face the daily challenge of learning and growing their minds and abilities. We have 23 amazing students in my life skills classroom. Each ... read more »

Serving Others…Learning through Hands-On Work
Submitted By: Traci Green, Tanya Weitzman & Miranda Williams

Our Students: Our students are eager to learn. They come every day excited and ready to face the daily challenge of learning and growing their minds and abilities. We have 24 amazing students in our life skills classrooms. ... read more »

Let’s Print Some Fun!
Submitted By: Miranda Williams

My Students: My classroom is unique, and I teach a life skills class. Each of my students is gifted in their own beautiful ways. My students have learning difficulties, but they are amazing, incredible learners. Our classroom ... read more »

Building Our Future One Task at a Time!
Submitted By: Tanya Weitzman

My Students: My students are extremely special to me. They have all had issues with behaviors and are all looking for someone to guide them. By the time students get to my program, parents are frustrated and ... read more »

Grants for Mary Lillard Intermediate

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Watch Us Soar with Science Pilot!
Submitted By: Julie Lemon

My Students: We are privileged to serve a wonderful and increasingly diverse population of 5th grade students with a wide range of needs at Mary Lillard. GT, SPED, ELL, and general education students are continually in need ... read more »

Soaring with Science
Submitted By: Joanne Spridco

My Students: We are privileged to serve a wonderful and increasingly diverse population of 5th grade students with a wide range of needs at Mary Lillard. My students are very eager to learn, as long as I ... read more »

Grants for Summit High School

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Fall Fanfare
Submitted By: Melissa Ybarra-Jiminez

My Students: 9th - 12th AVID College Prep Students read more »

Paving the way
Submitted By: Melissa Ybarra-Jimenez

My Students: 9th - 12th grade AVID Students read more »

Grants for T.A. Howard Middle School

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Knights of Tomorrow
Submitted By: Steven Buchan

My Students: Our educational choice, Knights of Tomorrow, is an educational concept where male students go to their core classes with all male students. The idea is to offer male students instruction in a way that most ... read more »

Grants for Tarver-Rendon Elementary

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Thinking Outside the Mental Box
Submitted By: Jasmina Bhakta & Makayla Kendall

My Students: Our Students are hardworking individuals who come from various backgrounds and life experiences. The Students range academically in their skills from very high performing, GT level, to students struggling with learning disabilities. However, one thing ... read more »

Grants for Thelma Jones Elementary

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The Spy Lab
Submitted By: Krystal Ramos

My Students: My students represent a very diverse community including a population of low income students that are in desperate need of engaging experiences to anchor their learning. If my students are able to have this uncommon ... read more »

Grants for Timberview High School

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Lab Kits for AP Environmental Science
Submitted By: Kimberly Shaw

My Students: This is a new class at Timberview High School. I started with only 11 students enrolled in the class, and now I have 27! Most of my students are seniors, with a few juniors as well. I ... read more »

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