Nearly $6,000 in mini-grants awarded to Gloucester teachers

- Posted on Dec 04, 2013 - 01:56 PM
The Gloucester County Public Schools Educational Foundation has announced its award of nearly $6,000 in mini-grants to GCPS teachers for classroom instruction enhancement. The grants, ranging from $150 to $500, were awarded to the following teachers for their respective proposals: 
Rhonda Taylor and Barbara Drexler, Accelerating Math Progress; Petrina Newsome, STEM Robotic Academy; David Dick, Mobile and Online Banking in the 21st Century; Elizabeth Bristow, Judith Eastman and Diane Ericson, Crabberville Village; Mary Robinson and Shirley Hogge, Achilles Garden Project; Sharon Parr, Build It and They Will Come.
Also, Patrizia Smith, Portable Butterfly Habitat; Sharon Carino, Making “Cents” of Our Ancient Past; Wendi Anderson, Building Vocabulary through Dramatized Stories; Christie Steele, Holocaust Awareness; Stephanie Sowers, Green Team Supplies; Clint Alexander, Costume Craft; Katie Johnson, Rocket Launcher Math Lesson; Anne Petersen, School Wide STEM Integration Project, and Katherine Staples, Gloucester High School Community Garden.