Congratulations to our 2016-2017 Princeton Education Foundation Grant Recipients
Learning Commons Renovation Phase II and Mobile Makerspaces: Community Park
Hydration Stations: PHS
IDEAS Wing Innovation Renovation: JW
Learning Commons-Have a Seat: PHS
Broadcast Studio Live: JW: submitted by Kelly Riely
Equipment for JW broadcast studio
Drawing Reality in the Virtual World: JW: submitted by Lawrence Robtison
Addition of digital drawing tablets to existing technology curriculum
3-D Doodler Pens: Littlebrook: submitted by Colleen Dell
Teaching three-dimensional art and creating geometric shapes and complex structures using 3-D pens
Imagination Makerspace: Littlebrook: submitted by Leigh Salle
Creation of a dedicated area that invites creativity and unconventional thinking.
PHS Reading Buddies: Johnson Park,PHS: submitted by Lois Bach
ELL students practice reading and speaking in front of others in an unintimidating environment
Space Challenge and Airblocks: JW: submitted by Randy Casey
Space Challenge: Combines Lego Robotics challenges with the study of Mars and Space.
Airblocks: New technology that allows students to build objects that can fly, float and drive.
Battle of the Books: JW: submitted by Carolyn Bailey
School-wide reading motivation program/competition
Cardboard Boat Regatta: JW: submitted by Janet Gaudino
Practical application of science, technology, construction skills and engineering as students design and build a cardboard vessel to race in the school pool.
Learning through Play: CP,JP,LB,RS: submitted by Donna Goodwin
Development of purposeful play centers and teaching methods that support learning and literacy development through purposeful play.
Robotics Education and Competition: PHS: submitted by Graciela Elia
Expansion of the PHS Robotics Club
We Love Geography: Community Park: submitted by Ellen Klumczuk
Develop awareness and better understanding of the world geography through weekly lessons and a Geography Bee, the culminating activity.
Expanding Classroom Libraries: JW: submitted by Crystal Paek
Expansion of the 6th grade English classroom libraries to include a wider range of titles, genres and reading abilities that will better support success in the current curriculum.
7th Grade Book Club: JW: submitted by Reynold Forman
Implementation of a book club that will support and strengthen student literacy especially works on historical nonfiction.