Fall 2017 Grants

Click here to see photos of the Spring 2017 Parkview Cluster Foundation Grant Award Winners

Parkview High School received 2 grants totaling $505.

Teacher Description Committee Recommendation
Treva Bibbs-Bugs Photo Phonological Awareness Card Set for speech and language impaired students $175
Kate Heier 2 Blue Bots to assist special education students practice a variety of skills $360

Trickum Middle School received 2 grants totaling $1700.

Teacher Description Committee Recommendation
Jeff Schaefer 25 Ukuleles for music instruction $1500
Susan Moody Guest speaker who helped bring the reality of drug use to life through “Lauren’s Story” $200

Camp Creek Elementary School received 3 grants totaling $1,168.

Teacher Description Committee Recommendation
Lori Reeves Mouse Trap games and Breakout EDU kits to reinforce science and problem solving skills as well as owl pellets to learn about energy through the food chain $780
Anna Daniel Oregon Project, an assessment tool to determine the developmental level of visually impaired students $160
Jennifer Trice Haynes Rockalingua subscription, a Spanish education software $228

Knight Elementary School received 2 grants totaling $843.92.

Teacher Description Committee Recommendation
Christine Christopher Aquaponics Garden for STEM students $650
Jennifer Brown Legos in the Library for developing math skills $192.93

Mountain Park Elementary School received 1 grant totaling $700

Teacher Description Committee Recommendation
Kathy Herrin USA Weekly Studies subscription for 5th grade social studies $700

Arcado Elementary School received 1 grant totaling $1,000.

Teacher Description Committee Recommendation
Angela Curtis-Wolf 5 Compound Coarse Microscopes $1,000

Total Funds Awarded across all Parkview Cluster Schools – $5,916.92

Click here to see photos of the Spring 2017 Parkview Cluster Foundation Grant Award Winners