On the third Day of Success, you helped support D6, by allowing us to fund nineteen 21st Century Education Grants, totaling over $35K.
Thirteen different schools and departments received grants from The Success Foundation for the 2020-2021 school year. Projects ranged from new technology such as virtual learning and mini-projectors to gardening equipment, College for Kids opportunities, and musical instruments.
The Success Foundation funds grants for innovative projects that fuel student achievement. From online curriculum to creation of projects with circuits to young authors, the 21st Century Education Grant Program allows teachers to stretch their students’ capabilities and dreams. Students are developing skills that are preparing them for college and career. Funding for grants comes primarily from the Thrive on $5 employee giving that was initiated in 2012.
Our grant program has a new name…Innovative Learning Grants Program. Applications for 2021-22 grant cycle are now open! Visit our grants page for more information.
2019-2020 School Year Grant Awardees
Bella Romero 4-8 Campus Mallory Mattivi – Virtual Learning in the Personalized Classroom
Dos Rios Elementary Eva Serrano – Walls of Learning in the Makerspace
Monfort Elementary School Bridget Yohon – Makerspace
McAuliffe STEM Academy Terry Highfield – STEM Lab To-Go Cart
Salida del Sol Academy Alethea Stadler – 3D Shapes
Brentwood Middle School Nancy Urban – Function Learning through Gardening Elizabeth Emmett – Student Technology Support Vanessa Neri – Superior String Instruments
Heath Middle School Mike Pearson – Community Outreach Design Build Program
Greeley Central High School Jordan Miller – Mini Projectors for Avid Tutorials
Greeley West High School Peggy Freemole – Projectors for the Theatre Alisa Humphrey – Personal Project IB Support
Northridge High School Machin Norris – Sphero and Ozobot Integration Brenda Rangel – STEM Senior Capstone Projects Dr. Yajaira Fuentes-Tauber – Empowering Students with 3D Technology
Family Center (District-Wide) Juan Meza – College for Kids Scholarship Program