The Gloucester County Educational Foundation recently announced the award of over $4,000 in mini grants for special projects proposed by teachers in Gloucester Public Schools. The teachers, their awards and projects were as follows:
Abingdon Elementary, Kathy Autrey, $300, Classroom Enrichment; Achilles Elementary, Jacquie Cottingham and Rhonda Taylor, $210.45, Zapped!; Botetourt Elementary, Shannon Kerr, $300, Kindles; and Karen Scalf and Carolyn Molly, $300, Broadway Comes to Botetourt; Bethel Elementary, Tina Theuerkauf, $279.36, Reading with Technology; Petsworth Elementary, Sharon Carino, $300, Making Math Meaningful.
Also, Page Middle School, Wendi Anderson, $75, Leading Literacy CPI 260; Alice Chestnut, $219, Teaching in the Time of the Common Core; and Joyce Mills, $219, Teaching in the Time of the Common Core 2; Peasley Middle School, Eryn Pluim, $418.95, Technology in the Classroom, iPad; and Stephanie Sowers, $500, Amazing Animal Adaptions;
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