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Dickinson High School: 1,000
Hi-Low Books for Classroom - $1,000
Special education students in the WAVE department will now have access to an increased selection of books better aligned to their reading level.
Dickinson High School: $9,880
Choral Sight Reading Library - $9,880
Choral students in Mixed Choir, Men's Choir, and Women's Choir will be equipped with UIL-regulation sight reading materials to practice and prepare for annual evaluations and competitions. Not only will students be able to physically practice with the materials, but this new library will create opportunities to hone their sight reading skills and assess choral readiness.
Dickinson High School: $665.25
STEM Engineering - $665.25
This project will support the robotics study of parametric motion and aerodynamics. Students will have the opportunity to explore electronics, physics, inertia, gravity, weight balance, and gear ratio calculations.
Dickinson High School: $2,125
Art For ALL - $2,125
In the mentor art class at Dickinson High School, mentor students work one-on-one with fellow students with special needs. This project will provide adaptive tools and supplies to enhance the sensory and physical possibilities that will make art accessible for all.
Dickinson High School: $758
Dickinson Amateur Radio Club - $758
The amateur radio club is designed to encourage students to pursue amateur radio certifications, meet and work with the NASA JSC Radio club members and other local radio clubs, and ultimately expose students to STEM fields through hands-on education.
Dickinson High School: $5,000
Gator Q&A - $5,000
This initiative seeks to create a safe space for students in the LGBTQIA+ community. In partnership with the Gator Wellness Center, this group meets weekly to discuss successes and challenges, seek guidance, advice, and resources, and learn the skills to become self-advocates and resilient members of the Dickinson community.
Dickinson High School: $5,000
GKR Bundle Grant - $5,000
Dickinson High School: $9,590
Ninth Grade Research Center for Project- Based Learning - $9,590
The goal of the Ninth Grade Research Center is to create an environment where students can develop learning, literacy, and like skills that will help them stay competitive and face the challenges of advanced education.
Kranz Junior High: $4,900
Microgravity, Manufacturing, and Rocket Innovation - $4,900
Kranz Junior High: $2,325
Augmented Reality Sandbox- $2,325
Kranz Junior High: $1,600
8th Grade Class Set of Headphones- $1,600
(Mary Dugie, Hannan Whelton, Justin Martin)
McAdams Junior High: $1,000
Conquering Readers- $1,000
This initiative will increase the Spanish-language book library.
McAdams Junior High: $4,960
The Diversity and Equity Library Plan - $4,960
McAdams Junior High: $4,200
Swivl Into Learning - $4,200
Look! We Wrote a Book! -- Everyone's an Author - $1,000
(Jennifer Rigdon, Christina King, Karsha Lynch-Muse)
This project will supply kits to guide students, with teacher and support and supervision, to create and publish their own literary pieces.
Learning in Space -- Discovery Dome - $4,200
McAdams Junior High: $5,000
Us In Style - $5,000
Barber Middle: $850
Skins and Skulls Animal Adaptations - $850
Barber Middle: $1,225
Innovation in a 3D World- $1,225
This project will afford students in the Brainiac Block 3D printing course the opportunity to create prototypes of their projects using 3D pens. The pens will allow students to use their critical thinking skills as well as the engineering design process to design and customize the prototype.
Dunbar Middle: $10,000
Campus Wide Mobile Document Cameras - $5,000
With the lightweight and portable document cameras, teachers can share objects and documents and record video and photos from anywhere within Wi-Fi range from their desks. Wireless document cameras give teachers mobility in all classrooms, with a battery life that will last an entire school day.
Dunbar Middle: $1,000
Memory & Cognitive Skills - $1,000
Playing stimulates brain areas that are responsible for memory formation and complex through processes. Funds will be used to purchase equipment to incorporate outside yard games for 5th and 6th grade PE students.
Dunbar Middle: $5,000
Growing Young Readers - $5,000
The Growing Young Readers project will aid in equipping the library with books that align with student interests -- specifically increasing the collection for Spanish language readers, nonfiction, and other high-demand titles.
Lobit Middle: $975
STEM in the Library - $975
The STEM in the Library initiative seeks to increase the collection of STEM-related titles to better align with students interests and the new STEM programming at Lobit Middle School.
Bay Colony Elementary: $15,000
Books That Make Gators Chomp!- $10,000
A Nuevas Experiencias Por Favor - $5,000
Both initiatives will increase the quantity and quality of the library's collection to better support student demand for English and Spanish-language titles.
Calder Road Elementary: $1,754
Step-Up For Fitness - $1,754
DrumFIT and Step Aerobics incorporate music and fitness and allows students to dance on beat while exercising. Students workout while learning different skills; each song is based around a different skill including listening, movement, and percussion techniques. Funds will be used to purchase DrumFit equipment and programming.
Calder Road Elementary: $1,185
Wireless Interactive White Pens - $1,185
(Jazz Kristensen, Shelley Shaw, Melissa Rojas, Bailey Penny, Meg Treadwell, Marisha Ausmus, Alex Hernandez)
Funds will be used to purchase a wireless pen and projector attachment. This will allow the kindergarten team to plan interactive, engaging lessons and activities for students across all subjects.
Hughes Road Elementary: $3,880
Technology in the Art Room - $3,880
This project will help students create Stop Motion Animated Videos in the art room. The technology can also be used to research artist and artwork, with the hope of inspiring students to understand and create amazing art projects across all grade levels.
Hughes Road Elementary: $5,000
STEM for ALL - $5,000
The STEM for All initiative seeks to provide educational tools for every preschool, ECSE, and kindergarten class on campus that focus on teaching STEM. Funds will be used to purchase Cubetto, a coding robot, and other STEM-based tools geared toward increasing problem solving, math, science, and writing skills.
K.E. Little Elementary $9,800
Gator Learning Bags! - $9,800
Funds will be used to create students learning backpacks focused on growing confident learners and addressing the individual needs of students who receive targeted intervention. Each individualized learning bag will target specific academic goals and will be utilized throughout the school year.
Lobit Elementary $1,360
Portable Laptop Monitor for ARD Meetings - $1,360
Funds will be used to purchase a portable laptop monitor, providing the ARD facilitators easier access to holding high quality meetings consistently across all campuses.
Silbernagel Elementary $5,000
Sing, Dance, and Play All Day! -$5,000
(Kelsey Scheuerman -- accepted by Principal Leslie Burke)
The elementary music room is a place of joyful noise. Funds for this project will provide age-appropriate instruments to be used both in the classroom and during performances on campus and throughout the community.
Silbernagel Elementary $5,860
Libros para Lectura Independiente -$5,860
Funds will be used to expand the Spanish-language and bilingual book selection.
San Leon Elementary $5,000
Title Wave -$5,000
This initiative seeks to facilitate a refresher of both individual audio books and print titles. Playaways not only give access to higher level novels and nonfiction to students with reading disabilities, but they also have the potential to spark the interest of reluctant readers and open them up to the world of stories and information -- hopefully creating lifelong readers!
Dual It Today, Proficient Tomorrow! -$5,000
As the dual language population grows, so too should the bilingual section of the library. Funds will be used to purchase dual language books for Spanish and English-speaking students.
San Leon Elementary $5,500
Reflections of Me: Authentic, Diverse Classroom Libraries - $5,500
(Rocio Marquez, Diana Lobato, Carla Vasquez, Marcela Arciniega)
This project will build authentic Spanish classroom libraries in kindergarten and first grade classrooms to support DISD's bilingual initiative.
San Leon Elementary $3,360
Creating Mathematical Thinkers, Not Calculators - $3,360
Funds will be used to purchase Guided Math Grade-level kits aimed at meeting K-4th grade students where they are, filling in any potential gaps, and enriching their overall math learning experience.
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