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2016 GRANT RECIPIENTS

Grants Are awarded to both Public and Private Schools in Watertown Here are the 2016 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 51 grants totaling over $18,000 were awarded by the Educational Foundation in 2016. Here are the 2016 Grant Recipients: Laura Baker, Good Shepherd Lutheran School, two Chromebooks for student use. Kelly Ballou, Schurz Elementary School, one iPad Mini with case for student use. Michelle Beine and Cathy Houchin, Lincoln, Lebanon, Schurz and Webster elementary schools, books which reinforce literacy in the music room. Christine Bethke, Schurz Elementary School, three Kindle Fire tablets with cases for student use. Jamie Blakeley and Sydney Kennedy, Lincoln Elementary School, sensory tools for children to support attention in the classroom. Brenda Boettcher, Watertown Catholic Schools-St. Bernard Campus, one iPad Mini with case for student use. Bryan Bremberger, Riverside Middle School, two 3-D printers for student design and engineering. Leisha Chapman, Douglas Elementary School, books and accessories to enhance nonfiction reading. Sister Julie Dermody, Watertown Catholic Schools-St. Bernard Campus, one Chromebook to be used as a learning and assessment tool. Gayle Ebert, Schurz Elementary School, Spanish and bilingual books. Candace Fessler, Schurz Elementary School, one iPad with case for student use. Lynn Foelker, Schurz Elementary School, one iPad Mini with case for student use. Michaela Gatzow, Douglas, Lincoln and Lebanon Elementary Schools, Break Box to support student self-regulation and attention. Sherry Harms, Watertown Catholic Schools-St. Henry Campus, 30 wireless mice to use with Chromebooks. Tahera Horstman, Schurz and Lincoln elementary schools, reading materials to connect literacy skills with art class. April Huffstutler, Calvary Baptist Christian School, sand and water activity table. Andrew Johnson, Watertown High School, classroom set of books to support English curriculum. Angie Johnson, Webster Elementary School, one Chromebook for student use. Kathy Kennon, WUSD Talent Development, two Chromebooks for student use. Catherine Lemminger (two grants), Watertown Catholic Schools-St. Henry Campus, table for small group instruction and one Chromebook. Emily Lessner, Douglas Elementary School, Newbery Challenge and Junior Great Books. Hillary Lobenstein, Watertown High School, dry erase lapboard packs. Amy Marchant, Douglas Elementary School, book for Café Club. Kathy Miers, Webster Elementary School, book for Book Club. Chris Mueller, St. John’s Lutheran School, listening center station with books. Crystal Nelson, Webster Elementary School, materials used to enhance fine motor skills. Don Olson, Faith Lutheran School, buzzer system for Quiz Bowl. Tom Olszewski, Douglas Elementary School, two iPad minis with case. Alex Otto, Schurz Elementary School, one iPad mini with case for student use. Melissa Prochaska, Schurz Elementary School, one iPad mini with case for student use. Rachel Rolfs, Webster Elementary School, independent math manipulatives. Linda Ruesink, Douglas Elementary School, one iPad Mini with case for student use. Kim Ryan, Douglas Elementary School, one iPad Mini with case for student use. Joan Schubarth, Webster Elementary School, books to support struggling readers. Laura Schultz, Trinity-St. Luke’s Lutheran School, Scrabble letter sets. Beth Schumacher, Trinity-St. Luke’s Lutheran School, one iPad Mini with case for student use. Wendy Jo Smedema, Watertown Catholic Schools-St. Henry Campus, one iPad Mini with case for student use. Karen Sturdevant, Schurz and Webster elementary schools, child protection curriculum materials. Pam Suski, Watertown High School, young adult novels to support English 9. Justin Thayer and Pam DeRosier, Douglas Elementary School, Foss Next Generation Kit: Water and Climate. Amy True, Douglas, Lincoln and Lebanon elementary schools, child protection curriculum. Susan Turcotte, Maranatha Baptist Academy, science lab equipment. Kathy Wackett, Watertown Catholic Schools, MP3 player and speakers. Michelle Wegner, Trinity-St. Luke’s Lutheran School, Raz Kids subscription. Lisa Wehner, Riverside Middle School, small group instruction table with dry erase surface. Louise Wendland, St. John’s Lutheran School, one iPad Mini with case for student use. Sheril Wetzel, Calvary Baptist Christian School, math manipulatives. Sue Will, Riverside Middle School, small group instruction table with dry erase surface. Tanya Wyse, Schurz Elementary School, one iPad Mini with case for student use. Rebecca Zeman, Watertown Catholic Schools-St. Bernard Campus, HUE HD Pro USB Camera. Click here for grant information Click here for Ways to Donate or Sponsor

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2016 GRANTS RECIPIENTS
2016 Grant Recipients eachers 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. 51 grants totaling over $18,000 were awarded by the Educational Foundation in 2016. Here are the 2016 Grant Recipients: Laura Baker, Good Shepherd Lutheran School, two Chromebooks for student use. Kelly Ballou, Schurz Elementary School, one iPad Mini with case for student use. Michelle Beine and Cathy Houchin, Lincoln, Lebanon, Schurz and Webster elementary schools, books which reinforce literacy in the music room. Christine Bethke, Schurz Elementary School, three Kindle Fire tablets with cases for student use. Jamie Blakeley and Sydney Kennedy, Lincoln Elementary School, sensory tools for children to support attention in the classroom. Brenda Boettcher, Watertown Catholic Schools-St. Bernard Campus, one iPad Mini with case for student use. Bryan Bremberger, Riverside Middle School, two 3-D printers for student design and engineering. Leisha Chapman, Douglas Elementary School, books and accessories to enhance nonfiction reading. Sister Julie Dermody, Watertown Catholic Schools-St. Bernard Campus, one Chromebook to be used as a learning and assessment tool. Gayle Ebert, Schurz Elementary School, Spanish and bilingual books. Candace Fessler, Schurz Elementary School, one iPad with case for student use. Lynn Foelker, Schurz Elementary School, one iPad Mini with case for student use. Michaela Gatzow, Douglas, Lincoln and Lebanon Elementary Schools, Break Box to support student self-regulation and attention. Sherry Harms, Watertown Catholic Schools- St. Henry Campus, 30 wireless mice to use with Chromebooks. Tahera Horstman, Schurz and Lincoln elementary schools, reading materials to connect literacy skills with art class. April Huffstutler, Calvary Baptist Christian School, sand and water activity table. Andrew Johnson, Watertown High School, classroom set of books to support English curriculum. Angie Johnson, Webster Elementary School, one Chromebook for student use. Kathy Kennon, WUSD Talent Development, two Chromebooks for student use. Catherine Lemminger (two grants), Watertown Catholic Schools-St. Henry Campus, table for small group instruction and one Chromebook. Emily Lessner, Douglas Elementary School, Newbery Challenge and Junior Great Books. Hillary Lobenstein, Watertown High School, dry erase lapboard packs. Amy Marchant, Douglas Elementary School, book for Café Club. Kathy Miers, Webster Elementary School, book for Book Club. Chris Mueller, St. John’s Lutheran School, listening center station with books. Crystal Nelson, Webster Elementary School, materials used to enhance fine motor skills. Don Olson, Faith Lutheran School, buzzer system for Quiz Bowl. Tom Olszewski, Douglas Elementary School, two iPad minis with case. Alex Otto, Schurz Elementary School, one iPad mini with case for student use. Melissa Prochaska, Schurz Elementary School, one iPad mini with case for student use. Rachel Rolfs, Webster Elementary School, independent math manipulatives. Linda Ruesink, Douglas Elementary School, one iPad Mini with case for student use. Kim Ryan, Douglas Elementary School, one iPad Mini with case for student use. Joan Schubarth, Webster Elementary School, books to support struggling readers. Laura Schultz, Trinity-St. Luke’s Lutheran School, Scrabble letter sets. Beth Schumacher, Trinity-St. Luke’s Lutheran School, one iPad Mini with case for student use. Wendy Jo Smedema, Watertown Catholic Schools-St. Henry Campus, one iPad Mini with case for student use. Karen Sturdevant, Schurz and Webster elementary schools, child protection curriculum materials. Pam Suski, Watertown High School, young adult novels to support English 9. Justin Thayer and Pam DeRosier, Douglas Elementary School, Foss Next Generation Kit: Water and Climate. Amy True, Douglas, Lincoln and Lebanon elementary schools, child protection curriculum. Susan Turcotte, Maranatha Baptist Academy, science lab equipment. Kathy Wackett, Watertown Catholic Schools, MP3 player and speakers. Michelle Wegner, Trinity-St. Luke’s Lutheran School, Raz Kids subscription. Lisa Wehner, Riverside Middle School, small group instruction table with dry erase surface. Louise Wendland, St. John’s Lutheran School, one iPad Mini with case for student use. Sheril Wetzel, Calvary Baptist Christian School, math manipulatives. Sue Will, Riverside Middle School, small group instruction table with dry erase surface. Tanya Wyse, Schurz Elementary School, one iPad Mini with case for student use. Rebecca Zeman, Watertown Catholic Schools-St. Bernard Campus, HUE HD Pro USB Camera. Click here for Grant Information Click here for Ways to Donate or Sponsor
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