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Hampton Education Foundation awards educational grants to teachers totaling over $6,000

 The Hampton Education Foundation recently awarded grants totaling  $6,346 to Hampton City Schools’ teachers.  Teachers had the opportunity to apply for two types of grants.  The Innovative Instructional Grant awards individual grants up to $1,000 to help teachers develop, plan, implement and evaluate innovative instructional strategies. The Instructional Mini-Grant provides up to $300 for materials, supplies and/or resources to enhance and improve the classroom learning experience in alignment with the Virginia Standards of Learning.

The HEF has awarded $236,831.13 in teacher scholarships since October 2005.

Grants awarded are as follows:

Carol Deliazard
Aberdeen Elementary School
Technology Based Interactive Learning
Valerie Link
Aberdeen Elementary School
Hands on Learning Center
Karen Allgaier
Andrews PreK-8 School
Study of Aquatic Environment: We’re Going to the Beach
Jessica Scott
Andrews PreK-8 School
Flexible Seating
Nancy Terrell
Davis Middle School
Overcoming Adversity
Nancy Terrell
Davis Middle School
Overcoming Obstacles to Success
Jacqueline Johnson
Davis Middle School
Girls in Charge
Pennie Brown
Phenix PreK-8 School
Legos and the six Simple Machines
Sandra Boswell
Phillips Elementary School
Group Listening and Reading Center
Michele Ferrel
Spratley Gifted Center
Trout Release: A Stepping Stone to Stewardship
Lisa Ann Wilson
Spratley Gifted Center
6th Grade Transitions PSAs: The Secrets of Our Success!
Casey Kyle
Spratley Gifted Center
For the Love of Literature
Deanna McNeil
Spratley Gifted Center
Hidden Figures
Deanna McNeil
Spratley Gifted Center
Circle of Learning with Choice, Engagement, and Critical Thinking

The Hampton Education Foundation is a 501(c)3 organization that was established in 2001. 

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