Marlborough Education Foundations announces grant awards
Marlborough – The Marlborough Education Foundation (MEF), an independent, nonprofit, community-based corporation, is pleased to announce its 2012/2013 grant award recipients. Over the last 15 years, MEF has awarded over $161,000 in grants. This year, more than $24,000.00 in grant requests was received.
Over $14,900.00 will be distributed to the following grant recipients:
Jaworek Elementary School
Claire Nicholson – $399.00 for “Enhancing Communication with Portuguese Speaking Students and Families.”
Audrey Moore – $1,280.00 for “Motivating Readers and Learners Through iPads.”
Donna Cunningham – $800.00 for “Storytelling, Writing, and Publishing with Legos.”
Kane Elementary School
Christie Huther- $1,846.90 for “Building a Bookroom of Nonfiction.”
Richer Elementary School
Susan Rosenthal- $800.00 for “Adaptive Keyboard and Software.”
Cathy Rosenstock – $753.35 for “Reading and Sharing Through Multiple Formats.”
Katie Lubkert-$843.57 for “Global Understanding Through Literacy.” Recipient of the Carvalho/Roth Grant to promote literacy.
Whitcomb and Marlborough High School
Bill Rigney – $2296.00 for “STEM Early College High School Document Cameras.”
Marlborough High School
Kristin Arbeene- $450.00 for “Much Ado About an iPad.”
Chris Henry – $1,486.00 for “Elmo's World.”
Ken Hanson – $1,953.28 for “Real World Design Competition Computer Purchase.”
Heather Kohn – $893.50 for “Calculator Based Rangers.” Recipient of the FishEye Software Grant to promote technology.
Christine Randall – $1104.00 for “eToday, eTomorrow, eToStay…eBooks.”
For further information, contact: Valerie Cowan at 508-481-0008 or email@example.com, or Mike Brossi 508-460-1755 or Michael@brossters.org. Marlborough Education Foundation can be visited online at www.mefonline.org.
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