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    Foundation For Allen Schools Funded Classroom Grants at

    Reed Elementary

     

       

    2021-2022 Classroom Grants

     

    Non-Fiction Know-How

    This grant under English Language Arts (Elementary) & Dyslexia Curriculum was awarded to Amy Williams and will benefit 500 students this coming year.

    Non-Fiction Know-How is a grant to enhance and update the non-fiction section of Reed Elementary. It provides engaging, up-to-date non-fiction books for students and staff that are currently not available in our school library. These resources will be updated and in line with current standards.

     

    Getting to know the world's greatest artists

    This grant under Fine Arts Curriculum was awarded to Brandye Barron and will benefit 625 students this coming year.

    Reed elementary K-6 art peeps are "exploring and getting to know the world's greatest artists." Thank you so much to the Allen Grant Foundation for providing us with this amazing opportunity!!!!

     

    Weather or Not!

    This grant under Science/STEAM Curriculum was awarded to Christi Stinchcomb and will benefit 400 students this coming year.

    Weather or Not: Weather or Not provides elementary students with hands-on experiences with weather tools, maps and materials. From making predictions about weather to comparing temperature on a daily basis, students learn best when they experience science first hand.

     

    What's Hatching?

    This grant under Science/STEAM Curriculum was awarded to Morgan Ross and will benefit 500 students this coming year.

    Students will observe chicken eggs in an incubator and then experience the hatching process in their own classroom! Students will get to see the life cycle of a chicken happen right before their eyes!