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Shannon Foundation Awards $18,861 in grants
Submitted Press Release | Shannon Foundation | Thursday, July 27, 2017 at 9:03 a.m.

The Edgar and Eleanor Shannon Foundation for Excellence in Public Education:  Charlottesville/Albemarle has announced its grant award recipients for the 2017-2018 school year.

Twenty excellent and innovative proposals from Charlottesville and Albemarle public school teachers have been selected for funding this year totaling $18,861.

We would be honored to have you join us for an awards ceremony to recognize publicly these winning teachers’ outstanding achievements.  The ceremony has been scheduled for Friday, August 18th at 10 a.m. in the auditorium of the Charlottesville-Albemarle Technical Education Center on Rio Road. 

We look forward to your attendance as we support these teachers, kick off the school year with good news about what lies ahead for our students, and celebrate the pursuit of excellence in our local public school systems.

Please RSVP to Stephanie Leech, Administrator, by August 17th via e-mail at shannonfoundation@fastmail.fm.

To learn more about the Shannon Foundation and our annual grant awards to teachers, please visit our website at:

www.shannongrants.org

 

2017-2018 GRANT WINNERS

$18,861 total funding for 20 grants

Charlottesville City Public Schools:

Tracy Schwandt-Hardley, Burnley-Moran Elementary, $489, “Passport to Celebrating Diversity”

Leslie Scally, Johnson Elementary, $750, “International Kitchen”

Alexander Piedra, Walker Upper Elementary, $563, “Cotton Deseeding Device”

Karie Williams, Walker Upper Elementary, $3,922, “Sensory/Therapeutic Room”

 

Albemarle County Public Schools:

Lisa Baker, Baker-Butler Elementary, $242, “Plant Flowers and Help Save the Bees”

Lisa Harman, Baker-Butler Elementary, $434, “What’s the Weather?”

Nancy Kendall Williams, Baker-Butler Elementary, $553, “It’s a Small World After All”

Nancy Kendall Williams, Baker-Butler Elementary, $726, “Legos, Brixos, and Second Grade Engineers”

Brian Squires, Brownsville Elementary, $300, “Makey Makey”

Atlanta Hutchins, Crozet Elementary, $743, “Ozobots to the Rescue!  Critical Thinking through Coding”

Dawn Laine, Crozet Elementary, $575, “Full STEAM Ahead”

Dawn Laine, Crozet Elementary, $470, “We’ve Got the Rhythm”

Leslie Anderson, Hollymead Elementary, $269, “Building a Butterfly Garden”

Donna Evans, Jack Jouett Middle School, $750, “Mosaics in our World”

Steve Gissendanner, Meriwether Lewis Elementary, $654, “Bird Count”

Anne Straume, Meriwether Lewis Elementary, $600, “Droning On and On”

Angie Foreman, Stone-Robinson Elementary, $571, “Kids Cooking Up Success”

Diane Goodrich, Stone-Robinson Elementary, $750, “Breaking Down the Walls”

Monica Laux, Western Albemarle High School, $500, “Exploring Global Women’s Issues:  Old and New”

 

Charlottesville-Albemarle Technical Education Center:

Patrick Maranuk, CATEC, $5,000, “Food Bus”

1368 Reas Ford Road       Earlysville, VA 22936      shannonfoundation@fastmail.fm      

www. shannongrants.org

 

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