November 26, 2019
- buy Seroquel canada Morgan Asay, West Lafayette Intermediate School art teacher, requested funding for the purchase of two 3D printers, two Chromebooks and printing materials for her grant “Creating Art Using 3D Printers.”
- Jenjarum Connie Workman, from the West Lafayette Intermediate School Media Center, submitted a grant proposal called “One Book, One School: Coming Together” and was awarded $750 to purchase multiple copies of books for students and staff to read together.
- http://macayanez.com/project/st-etienne-green-2013/ Yvonne Abrahamson, Fifth Grade teacher West Lafayette Intermediate School, requested funding for materials to make cookies. She was awarded $230 to purchase materials.
- https://www.eclipse-sid.es/3093-dts71316-tc-television-solteros-sin-compromiso.html Marydell Forbes, an English teacher at West Lafayette Jr./Sr. High School, submitted her grant “Love Literacy Week Keynote Speaker: Jay Coles Is Here” to fund the visit of author Jay Coles to speak to student. She was awarded $1500.
- Peter von Werder, science teacher at West Lafayette Jr./Sr. High School, requested funding for wireless tools for his science classroom and was awarded $950 for the purchase of those materials.
- Verna Yoder, the West Lafayette Jr./Sr. High School Art teacher, submitted a grant proposal for digital photography equipment and was awarded $710.84 for the purchase of two Cannon digital cameras and equipment.
- Darice Sheiss & Amanda Foutch, both teachers at West Lafayette Intermediate School, requested funding for their proposal “Why Does Matter Matter?” and were awarded $358.98 for the purchase of 12 play and freeze, ice cream making balls for their students.
- Alivia Brooks, music instructor at West Lafayette JR./SR. High School, submitted a proposal for numerous percussion instruments to be used for a drum circle for students with special needs. She was awarded $1491.66 to purchase the items needed.
- Lucas Harmon, 6th Grade science teacher, requested funding for a laser engraver and was funded $750 for his grant “Full STEAM Ahead: Incorporating a Laser Engraver Printer into the Classroom.”
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