Grants

Charlotte Catholic

  1. Interactive projectors
  2. Professional development
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Charlotte Catholic

Stanley Michalski, Timothy Cook, Brian Joyce, Tracy Shoff, Artist-in-Residence Music Program, Music

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Holy Trinity

    1. Technology equipment
    2. Professional development
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Holy Trinity

Stanley Michalski, Timothy Cook, Brian Joyce, Tracy Shoff, Artist-in-Residence Music Program, Music

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Our Lady of the Assumption

a. Interactive projectors: These projectors will upgrade our current interactive technology in the classrooms.

b. Professional development: Several teachers are looking ahead to attending various educational conferences and workshops to enhance curriculum instruction. The most specific area of professional development will include STEM.

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Our Lady of Assumption

Jennifer Heekin, Battle of the Books, Literacy

Anna Kiefriter, David Shoff, SmartMusic Interactive Technology, Music

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Saint Ann

  1. Interactive Whiteboards (Smartboards) that engage students and teachers by turning a classroom into a fun learning environment. They assist teachers in meeting the various learning styles of the students and bring learning alive
  2. Professional development for our teachers to learn the latest trends in education, learn strategies to assist struggling learners and for enriching learning, as well as the latest technology resources
  3. Challenging our Minds Through Service has been a very successful program for all students
  4. Religious resources for our teachers and families
  5. Curriculum funding for STEM, Enrichment and classroom teachers for teaching Social Studies and Science thorough non-fiction text
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Saint Ann

Crystal Androsky, Blooming STEM in the Library, STEM and Literacy

Katie Buckley, Ashley Avery, Building Marvelous Mathematicians, Math

Lauren Darrell, Daily 5 Startup Kit, Literacy

Darlene Konopasek, Project M2: Mentoring Young Mathematicians, Math

Amanda Mooney, Lisa Banks, Literacy Across the Curriculum, Literacy

Julie Thornley, Fine Arts and Faith Formation, Religion and Fine Arts

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Christ the King

  1. Professional development for our teachers to learn the latest trends in education and to enrich their curriculum, instruction, and support and to continuously improve the inclusion of Catholic teaching across the curriculum
  2. Bridge Week 2017
  3. Continued program development for Horticulture and Engineering.

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Christ the King

Kim Antolini, Bill Fountain, Maureen Milligan, ALEKS, Math

Mary Kay Connery, CTK NAO Robot Program, Technology

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St. Gabriel

  1. Interactive projectors: These projectors will upgrade our current interactive technology in the classrooms.
  2. Professional development: Several teachers are looking ahead to attending various educational opportunities to enhance their curriculum instruction. The most specific area of professional development will include STEM
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St. Gabriel

Jamiee Adams, Totally Advent and Totally Lent, Religion

Kelli Dumser, Patty Martin, STEM in the Gym, P.E. and STEM

Terry Goebel, Linda Barich, Jeni Marinello, Kathy Thomann, Engineering is Elementary: 1st Grade, STEM

Marion Scherger, Michelle Boyle, Lindsey Conrad, Kristin Prickitt, Engineering is Elementary: 2nd Grade, STEM

Tracey Noonan, Engineering is Elementary: 3rd Grade, STEM

Amy Schatz, Engineering is Elementary: 4th Grade, STEM

Linda Gimeli, Engineering is Elementary: 5th Grade, STEM

Elizabeth Patterson, Grand Buddies, Multiple

Kaylin Ranagan, Lights, Camera, Green Screen!, Technology

Aimee Reap, Do You Hear What I Hear? Modeling Oral Reading Fluency, Literacy

Jessica Walton, Theresa Anderson, Patty Paradis, Today’s Readers, Tomorrow’s Leaders, Literacy

Nikki Warren, Book Clubs: Developing Real Readers, Literacy

Nikki Warren, Classroom Economy, Economics

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St. Mark

  1. Interactive projectors to upgrade our current interactive technology in the classrooms

  2. Video cameras to be used for our morning broadcast

  3. Professional development for teachers to attend various conferences and seminars to enhance their curriculum instruction
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St. Mark

Tara Kane, Rebecca Dunn, Julie Schluter, Connecting the World Around Us, Social Studies and Science

Bobby Mitton, STEAM in Our Faith Tradition, STEM and Religion

Stanley Michalski, Timothy Cook, Brian Joyce, Tracy Shoff, Artist-in-Residence Music Program, Music

Carole Watson, Merit Software – Complete English Web Suite, Language Arts

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St. Matthew

    1. Interactive projectors – At St. Matthew we continue to strive to have the latest and best technology tools. We have already started to replace our outdated projectors with the newest interactive projectors. The added funds will help us put these upgraded projectors in every classroom.
    2. Professional development – It is essential that we give our teachers the opportunity to attend exciting professional development opportunities. Without the funds from the Foundation, we will not be able to send some of our teachers to larger conferences, such as the International Society for Technology in Education, NC Counselors Conference, National Phys. Ed. Conference and the North Carolina Technology in Education Conference, as we have in past years.
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St. Matthew

Ellen Deem, Learning With Legos Part 2, Math and Social Studies

Jessica DeMartine, Raz – Kids, Language Arts

Jessica DeMartine, Bringing Good News!, Religion

Kelly Henderson, Patti Dickson, Patty Croghan, LouAnn Brady, Word Play- Reading, Writing, and Vocabulary, Language Arts

Christine Pringle, Literature Learning Library Expanded, Literacy

Pat Franz, Mary Strauss, Tricia Wendover, Social Justice – Laying the Foundation in Elementary School, Religion

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St. Patrick

  1. Advent and Lenten materials to nurture our students’ and staffs’ spiritual life during the Year of Mercy
  2. Professional development to train teachers on ways to assist students with Special Needs, as well as workshops for other areas
  3. Enhance our technology use by upgrading Promethean Boards
  4. Cultural enrichment activities that will teach students about compassion, acceptance, and tolerance
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St. Patrick

Jill Harouny, Denise Shallal, Whooo Makes a Difference? Wilson Does!, Reading

Kathy Healy, Code Monkey, Computer

 

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