Spring Grant - Due to SBEF on March 2, 2017 by 4 pm

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Awarded $207,368 in grants to campuses and district

  • Bendwood Elementary – Functional robots for SPIRAL Gifted and Talented students
  • Cedar Brook Elementary – Percussion instruments for the music program
  • Edgewood Elementary – Cross-age tutoring in reading and math
  • Frostwood Elementary – Gardening skills education
  • Hollibrook Elementary – Portable hands-on science labs for K-5
  • Hunters Creek Elementary – Campus gardens and a school-wide recycling program
  • Landrum Middle and Northbrook Middle – Graphing calculators for 7th and 8th graders
  • The Lion Lane School – A young reader program that includes siblings and family
  • Meadow Woods Elementary – A Fall Prep Program for 30 students
  • Memorial High – iPads and college-level coursework apps for Language Arts III students
  • Northbrook High – A Chromebook Classroom to promote digital learning
  • Nottingham Elementary – An Itty Bitty Book Club to promote reading
  • The Panda Path School – Science-related staff development for Pre-K teachers
  • Pine Shadows Elementary – An action-based learning lab for K-2 students
  • Rummel Creek Elementary – iPads and creative techniques apps for music classrooms
  • Sherwood Elementary – Drying racks for the art classroom
  • Spring Forest Middle – A multi-sensory lab for Life Skills students
  • Spring Oaks Middle – A school-wide literacy program
  • Spring Woods High and Stratford High – Student academic planners
  • Valley Oaks Elementary – The school library opens to the public during June
  • Westchester Academy for International Studies – 6th grade field trip to Pine Cove Institute of Wilderness Studies
  • Westwood Elementary – Netbooks for 3rd graders & 21st-century problem-solving
  • District-wide projects
    • Altharetta Yeargin Art Museum – Road Shows for 1st grade and Study Trips for 2nd grade
    • Houston Prep Summer Camp – Transportation for 80 students to learn science, technology, engineering and math at UH Downtown
    • J. Landon Short Mini-Grants for Educators
    • Kinesthetic classrooms on seven campuses to help K and Pre-K students strengthen gross motor skills that correlate with academic brain function
    • National Hispanic Institute Freshman Project – a 4-year program to promote college-readiness
    • SpringBoard Mentor Program – matches adult mentors with students
    • SBISD Council of PTAs – student scholarships