The Neshaminy Education Foundation approved nine classroom grants in January 2017 for a total of $6617. The purpose of these grants is to provide funding for new and innovative materials and programs throughout the district. Neshaminy staff members were encouraged to apply for the grants in December, and the awardees were able to begin ordering and using their approved materials immediately.
The grant recipients are:
- Kerry Hammon, Neshaminy HS Biology, Anatomy & Physiology: Implementation of Neuron Modeling Kits
- Kerry Hammon, Nancy Olivera, and Sheila Royds, Neshaminy HS Biology, Honors Biology2 and AP Biology: Implementation of Amino Acid and B-Globin Folding Kits
- Amanda Henry, Neshaminy HS English: Immediate Feedback Assessment Technique
- Charles Deal, Neshaminy HS BCIT: Creating and Matching Digitized and Lifted Fingerprints forensics kit
- Kathleen Kenney, Maple Point MS Physical Education: Rebound fitness equipment
- Brooke Lesser and Terry Martian, Poquessing and Sandburg MS Physical Education: Stand-up paddle boards
- Kristen Hawkins and Denise Adamoyurka, Maple Point MS reading specialists: 'Increasing Classroom Libraries with Must-Read Books'
- Kimberly Clement and Judy Brown, Ferderbar ES: Physical education / facilitated recess equipment
- Justin Bursk: Hoover ES art: 'Tree of Life' student to professional mural
Video: New fitness equipment at Maple Point Middle School