The Success Foundation is proud to present seventeen 21st Century Education Grants totaling $33,093 for the 2019-2020 school year. Projects vary from innovative tools to support students with language barriers or special needs, to projects that get students out into our community and/or develop college/career readiness.
Since our inception in 2010, 115 grants have been awarded totaling $234,099 that are currently supporting 28 schools in the district! 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 teacher grant program allows teachers to stretch their students’ capabilities and dreams. Students are working with 21st Century tools that are developing college/career readiness. Funding for our grant program comes primarily from the Thrive on $5 Employee Giving Campaign from District 6 teachers and staff. At this time, grants can be written and our awarded for up to $2,500 per grant. Grants are selected by a small committee consisting of current and past board members and community volunteers.
Here is a list of winners for the 2019-2020 School Year. Check out our Classroom and Teacher Grant page for a full description of each project.
- Stefanie Hutchins – Ann K. Heiman Elementary School – A Piece of Me: Digital Storytelling with Students Learning English as a Second Language
- Eva Serrano – Dos Rios Elementary School – 3D Printer
- Apricot Truitt – Jackson Elementary School – Inclusive Learning Support for Students with Special Needs
- Pamela Baack – Monfort Elementary School – Makerspace Development – What’s a Makerspace?
- Beverly Anderson and Carmen Bustillos – Brentwood Middle School – Real-World 21st Century Technology for Culturally Linguistically Diverse Students
- Elizabeth Emmett – Brentwood Middle School – Makerspace Completion
- Michael Pearson – Heath Middle School – Community Design Build
- Candy Gonzales – Prairie Heights Middle School – Newcomer Book Bags from School to Home Connections
- Lisa Roquet – Greeley Alternative Program – Real Baby Simulators
- Brian Humphrey – Greeley Central High School – Enhanced Set and Property Aided Computer Design Utilizing 3D Printing in the Technical Theatre Design Classroom
- Edith Reynolds – Greeley West High School – World Affairs Challenge for Sophomore US Honors History Classes
- Karen Dyra – Jefferson High School – iPads for Digital Growth in the Arts
- Joanna Fedor – Northridge High School – Servsafe Breakout Boxes
- Dr. Yajaira Fuentes-Tauber – Northridge High School – “Let Your Voice Be Heard” Recording Materials for Collaborative Discussions and Debates
- Alison Myers & Jill Burczyk – Chappelow Arts Magnet School – 3D Sculpture Explorations
- David Edwards – Fred Tjardes School of Innovation – The Science of Math and Cooking
- Hali Fangmeier – S. Christa McAuliffe – Project Play Makerspace