WCEF Funds Wicked Cool Programs at the Shamrock School

Second Grade Science students in Nancy Osgood’s class will enjoy the Wicked Cool for Kids Program, made possible with $1,000.00 in funding from WCEF.

Grade One students will have a Complete Leveled Reading Library Collection in Laura Rebelo’s classroom.  Her grant proposal was funded for $1,000.00.

Hurld School Educators Secure $3,000 for Innovative Programs

WCEF was proud to award Hurld School Educators Maureen Kozachuk and Maura Hooper $1,000.00 each to fund the Lexia Reading Program for their third grade and first grade students.

Marlene Faulkingham’s second grade class will have access to cutting-edge educational applications on their new Ipads.  WCEF was proud to support this grant proposal with $1,000.00 in funds.

Congratulations to these innovative Hurld School Educators!

Music, Reading and Science Programs Funded with Educator Grants

WCEF was proud to fund the following Educator-inspired projects as part of the March 2015 Grant Awards:

Bethany Newman, Music Educator at the Goodyear, Reeves, Shamrock and White Elementary Schools, wrote a proposal for instruments to incorporate a Rhythm & Drumming Program into her lessons.  She received a $480.00 grant.

Jessica Cefali’s proposal for the Feeding the Need to Read at Our Level Program for the Goodyear Elementary School’s Resource Room was funded for $998.00.

Goodyear Kindergarten students will also experience enhance learning through the Top Secret Science Program.  Shannon McDonough’s proposal to WCEF secured $1,000.00 for this project.

Congratulations!

Reeves Elementary School Educators Awarded $1500

Reeves School Educators were recently awarded more than $1500 in grant funding to support innovative programs at their school:

Kimberlee Johnson was awarded $789.00 to support the Success with STEM Skills Program.

Keryn Landry was awarded $756.00 in grant funds for a Kindle-based Listening to Literature Program for her Reading/ELA Classroom.

Congratulations!