2006 SCS Giving Tree Education Grant

SCS Giving Tree Education Grants

Grant Cycle, 2006

Applicant

Grade Level

Project

Amount Approved

Jennifer Lawyer

8th

Sailing Through the Scientific Method – Students will construct working sailboats that will hold weight.  The conclusion of the project will be an actual race.

$300.00

Lane Hewitt

9-12

Salem High School Literary Magazine – Literary magazine for SHS students.  Published once per semester to include original writing.  The objective of the project is to increase the frequency and quality of student writing at the high school by giving students a forum to publish their work and the recognition of their peers.

$190.00

Jon-David Wade-Swift

6th

Real World Desktop Publishing for Frillio’s Pizza – Students will get hands-on practice in using and applying desktop publishing skills.

$350.00

Blair Thompson

6th

Real World Desktop Publishing for Frillio’s Pizza– Students will get hands-on practice in using and applying desktop publishing skills.

$323.35

Deb Wrye

8th

To Be a POW in Indiana – Students will be participating in a simulation of the Civil War.  Throughout the unit, students will be writing journal entries to demonstrate their grasp of the material in the book.

$208.50

Amy Abner

6th

AR Store – Prizes to encourage students to read more.  Committee felt this was not a good choice because it would be rewarding something that is already required.

0.0

Scott Vannoy

7th

AR Store – Prizes to encourage students to read more. Committee felt this was not a good choice because it would be rewarding something that is already required.

0.0

Kristen Bailey

6th

AR Store – Prizes to encourage students to read more. Committee felt this was not a good choice because it would be rewarding something that is already required.

0.0

Marji Morris

7th

AR Store – Prizes to encourage students to read more. Committee felt this was not a good choice because it would be rewarding something that is already required.

0.0

Chris Mahuron

7th

Connecting 7th Graders to Science Data Collection –Students will learn the connection between the computer and data collection by analyzing and creating their own experiments of motion to study speed, velocity and acceleration.

$325.00

TOTAL

   

$1696.85

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