Aquaponics & School Lunches Lindsey Truxel – Barbara Morgan Elementary $750.00 We would like to show the students how vegetables can be grown locally, in this climate which is a very short growing season, during the winter. What we need to get started now is Styrofoam for floating the seeds, a medium for the seeds, […]
The kids flocked from all over the school to see the baby chicks when Brian Hutton, the student teacher, brought an incubator into the 2nd grade classroom. That engagement inspired Mill Creek Elementary 2nd grade teacher, Felicity Steers, and thanks to the Idaho CapEd Foundation and a Teacher Grant for $319.33, she’ll be getting an incubator for her classroom.
When Heather Burton sees a way to motivate her students in the 6th through 8th grade special education and intervention classes, she goes for it. With the help of a $644.95 Teacher Grant from the Idaho CapEd Foundation, she’ll be able to provide the Vision Charter School students with 10 MobyMax Tablets that will provide […]
For many students, math is a tough subject until they can apply the concepts. Sharon Seid, the 4th and 5th grade teacher at Peregrine Elementary wants to help her students get some hands on experience. With the help of a Teacher Grant for $749.50 from the Idaho CapEd Foundation, she will be starting a program […]
Students at East Canyon Elementary will be able to experience life in the late 1800’s, with the help of a $600 Teacher Grant from the Idaho CapEd Foundation. Teacher Debra Watson who teaches Idaho History made it possible for her students to experience this special day.
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