Foundation For Allen Schools Funded Classroom Grants at
2021-2022 Classroom Grants
Reaching Readers Through Read Alouds
This grant under English Language Arts (Elementary) & Dyslexia Curriculum was awarded to Maloree Tennison along with Monica Lemons and will benefit 550 students this coming year.
Read Alouds are something all students of all ages enjoy. Read Alouds allow students to dive into a great story, build comprehension skills, and have solid literacy discussions with their peers and teachers.
Hands on Learning
This grant under Science/STEAM Curriculum was awarded to Jamye Hall along with Amy McCullough, and Melissa Benitoa and will benefit 84 students this coming year.
Hands on Learning is the way of the future and it starts with our kindergarteners. Kindergarten students are reinforcing their learning of various science skills by seeing, doing and having meaningful conversations with peers and teachers. These ready to go activities allow students to take ownership of their learning in science!
This grant under Science/STEAM Curriculum was awarded to Catherine Underwood and will benefit 80 students this coming year.
The Hands On Learning Centers for Science in the first grade classroom will provide students with early exploration possibilities within the science field and still working with our own AllenISD curriculum. By providing hands on learning opportunities throughout the school year, students will gain a positive outlook on Science at an early age.
Windows and Mirrors seeing ourselves in text!
This grant under English Language Arts (Elementary) & Dyslexia Curriculum was awarded to Tracy Turner and will benefit 1200 students this coming year.
ALLENISD, we embrace our uniqueness and we celebrate our diversity. We embrace the uniqueness of our students and the backgrounds they so beautifully share with us daily.