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2015 GRANT RECIPIENTS

Grants Are awarded to both Public and Private Schools in Watertown Here are the 2015 Grant Recipients Teachers of all public and private schools were given grant application information in late August. Click to learn how to apply for a Grant -- it’s easy. We are happy to announce the awarding of 41 grants totaling over $15,525 were awarded by the Educational Foundation in 2015. Here are the 2015 Grant Recipients: Bethany Babinec, St. Paul’s Lutheran School, Oral Reading Records Texts and Handbooks Ann Baxter, Douglas Elementary School, iPad to support Student Engagement Michelle Beine, Lincoln and Schurz Elementary Schools, iPads to Support Music Centers Jalissa Booth, Webster and Lebanon Elementary Schools, Clay Boss Potter’s Wheel to Support Art Education Bryan Bremberger, Riverside Middle School, CircuitScribe Maker Kits to Support Student Understanding of Electricity Pamela Brown, Webster Elementary School, iPad and Application Subscriptions to support Early Childhood Children Julie Burchardt, Douglas Elementary School, iPads to Support Creation of Student Presentation Projects Leisha Chapman, Douglas Elementary School, Headphone and MP3 Players to Support Reading Instruction Vicki Cichanofsky, Webster Elementary School, Boogie Boards to Support Student Writing Gayle Ebert, Schurz Elementary School, Books in Spanish to Support Dual Language Instruction Jillian Finseth, St. John’s Lutheran School, Leveled Reading Sets to Support K-4 Reading Instruction Jeanne Fischer, St. John’s Lutheran School, iPad to Support Individualized Learning Centers Daniel Gagliano, Watertown Catholic Schools, St. Bernard’s Campus, iPad to Support Student Projects and Research Josh Garat, Watertown Catholic Schools, St. Henry’s Campus, iPad to Support the Struggling Students Janet Garrison, Calvary Baptist Christian School, Lakeshore Interactive Software to Support Smartboard Instruction Amy Grotenhuis, Kyle Krueger, AnnMarie Moulton, Kirk Wackett, Riverside Middle School, iPod Nano to Support Student Attitude during Physical Activity Sherry Harms, Watertown Catholic Schools, St. Henry’s Campus, Projector to be Used with Multiple Age Groups as well as Concerts Janet Hathaway, St. John’s Lutheran School, Chrome Books to Support the use of Google Apps by Students Cathy Houchin, Webster and Lebanon Elementary Schools Makey Makey Kits to Encourae Creativity, Imagination, and Innovation during Music April Huffstutler, Calvary Baptist Christian School, Magna- Tiles Clear Colors to be Used in 4K Instruction Angie Johnson, Webster Elementary School, Chromebook for Student Use in Research and Presentations Carrie Kaczmarek, Webster Elementary School, iPad to use both in Student Enrichment and Intervention Kathy Kennon, Watertown Talent Development , iPads to use during Student Enrichment Nicole Kreutzman, Douglas Elementary School, VGA Adapters to be used for SMART Board Projection Cathy Krystowiak, Calvary Baptist Christian School, iPad and Apple TV to Allow Control of the Smart Board Randy Krystowiak, Calvary Baptist Christian School, iPad to Support Interactive Education of the Smart Board Hillary Lobenstein, Watertown High School, iPad to Support Students with Disabilities Tina Oiler, Lincoln Elementary School, iPad to Support both Remedial and Enhanced Instruction Christina Peters, Lincoln Elementary School, Educational Carpet that Allows Comfortable Seating for First Graders Brent Roberts, Watertown Catholic Schools, St. Henry’s Campus, Document Camera to use with Smart Board Instruction Debra Ruddell, Watertown Catholic Schools, St. Bernard’s Campus, Microscopes to Introduce Young Students to Science Exploration and Research Samantha Sanders, Watertown Catholic Schools, St. Bernard’s Campus, iPad to Support Centers and Classroom Library Joan Schubarth, Douglas Elementary School, iPad to Support Small Group Reading, Writing, and Math Beth Schumacher, Trinity St. Luke’s Lutheran School, The Trait Crate to Support Writing Instruction Peter Senti, Watertown High School, Camtasia Studio Software to Support Screencast Tutorials and Classroom Instruction Wendy Smedema, Watertown Catholic Schools, St. Henry’s Campus, iPad to Allow Student Quality Format for Presentations Pam Suski, Watertown High School, Young Adult Novels to use in “Literature Circles” Cinnamon Theder, Webster Elementary School, Chromebook to Support Math, Writing, and Technology Education Michelle Wegner, Trinity St. Luke’s Lutheran School, Raz- Kids Subscription to Support the use of Classroom iPads Sheril Wetzel, Calvary Baptist Christian School, Math Manipulatives to Support Mental Math Ronald Wille, Good Shepherd Lutheran School, Camcorder, Stand, Microphone to “Flip the Classroom” Click here for grant information Click here for Ways to Donate or Sponsor

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Grants Are awarded to both Public and Private Schools in Watertown Here are the 2015 Grant Recipients Teachers of all public and private schools were given grant application information in late August. Click to learn how to apply for a Grant -- it’s easy. 41 grants totaling over $15,525 were awarded by the Educational Foundation in 2015. Here are the 2015 Grant Recipients: Bethany Babinec, St. Paul’s Lutheran School, Oral Reading Records Texts and Handbooks Ann Baxter, Douglas Elementary School, iPad to support Student Engagement Michelle Beine, Lincoln and Schurz Elementary Schools, iPads to Support Music Centers Jalissa Booth, Webster and Lebanon Elementary Schools, Clay Boss Potter’s Wheel to Support Art Education Bryan Bremberger, Riverside Middle School, CircuitScribe Maker Kits to Support Student Understanding of Electricity Pamela Brown, Webster Elementary School, iPad and Application Subscriptions to support Early Childhood Children Julie Burchardt, Douglas Elementary School, iPads to Support Creation of Student Presentation Projects Leisha Chapman, Douglas Elementary School, Headphone and MP3 Players to Support Reading Instruction Vicki Cichanofsky, Webster Elementary School, Boogie Boards to Support Student Writing Gayle Ebert, Schurz Elementary School, Books in Spanish to Support Dual Language Instruction Jillian Finseth, St. John’s Lutheran School, Leveled Reading Sets to Support K-4 Reading Instruction Jeanne Fischer, St. John’s Lutheran School, iPad to Support Individualized Learning Centers Daniel Gagliano, Watertown Catholic Schools, St. Bernard’s Campus, iPad to Support Student Projects and Research Josh Garat, Watertown Catholic Schools, St. Henry’s Campus, iPad to Support the Struggling Students Janet Garrison, Calvary Baptist Christian School, Lakeshore Interactive Software to Support Smartboard Instruction Amy Grotenhuis, Kyle Krueger, AnnMarie Moulton, Kirk Wackett, Riverside Middle School, iPod Nano to Support Student Attitude during Physical Activity Sherry Harms, Watertown Catholic Schools, St. Henry’s Campus, Projector to be Used with Multiple Age Groups as well as Concerts Janet Hathaway, St. John’s Lutheran School, Chrome Books to Support the use of Google Apps by Students Cathy Houchin, Webster and Lebanon Elementary Schools Makey Makey Kits to Encourae Creativity, Imagination, and Innovation during Music April Huffstutler, Calvary Baptist Christian School, Magna-Tiles Clear Colors to be Used in 4K Instruction Angie Johnson, Webster Elementary School, Chromebook for Student Use in Research and Presentations Carrie Kaczmarek, Webster Elementary School, iPad to use both in Student Enrichment and Intervention Kathy Kennon, Watertown Talent Development , iPads to use during Student Enrichment Nicole Kreutzman, Douglas Elementary School, VGA Adapters to be used for SMART Board Projection Cathy Krystowiak, Calvary Baptist Christian School, iPad and Apple TV to Allow Control of the Smart Board Randy Krystowiak, Calvary Baptist Christian School, iPad to Support Interactive Education of the Smart Board Hillary Lobenstein, Watertown High School, iPad to Support Students with Disabilities Tina Oiler, Lincoln Elementary School, iPad to Support both Remedial and Enhanced Instruction Christina Peters, Lincoln Elementary School, Educational Carpet that Allows Comfortable Seating for First Graders Brent Roberts, Watertown Catholic Schools, St. Henry’s Campus, Document Camera to use with Smart Board Instruction Debra Ruddell, Watertown Catholic Schools, St. Bernard’s Campus, Microscopes to Introduce Young Students to Science Exploration and Research Samantha Sanders, Watertown Catholic Schools, St. Bernard’s Campus, iPad to Support Centers and Classroom Library Joan Schubarth, Douglas Elementary School, iPad to Support Small Group Reading, Writing, and Math Beth Schumacher, Trinity St. Luke’s Lutheran School, The Trait Crate to Support Writing Instruction Peter Senti, Watertown High School, Camtasia Studio Software to Support Screencast Tutorials and Classroom Instruction Wendy Smedema, Watertown Catholic Schools, St. Henry’s Campus, iPad to Allow Student Quality Format for Presentations Pam Suski, Watertown High School, Young Adult Novels to use in “Literature Circles” Cinnamon Theder, Webster Elementary School, Chromebook to Support Math, Writing, and Technology Education Michelle Wegner, Trinity St. Luke’s Lutheran School, Raz-Kids Subscription to Support the use of Classroom iPads Sheril Wetzel, Calvary Baptist Christian School, Math Manipulatives to Support Mental Math Ronald Wille, Good Shepherd Lutheran School, Camcorder, Stand, Microphone to “Flip the Classroom” Click here for grant information Click here for Ways to Donate or Sponsor
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