SFEEF is pleased to announce $20,000 in Teacher/Student Grants awards in 2015! Congratulations to our winners! The purpose of the SFEEF Teacher/Student Grant Program is to provide funding to teachers in the classrooms to enrich student learning experiences. For more info see Grants page on the Impact menu.
Spanish Fort Elementary School
TITLE Lakeshore Theme Boxes and Theme book Libraries
DESCRIPTION Kindergarten level non fiction themed boxes and books which will integrate science and social studies with language arts for in class libraries.
Spanish Fort Middle School
TITLE SMART Board for Math
TEACHER Cheryl V Smith
DESCRIPTION SMART Board offers collaborative, interactive and manipulative applications for 7th grade math lessons.
TITLE SMART Board for Math
STUDENT Ivey Shiflett
TEACHER Heather Sorrell
DESCRIPTION SMART Board offers collaborative, interactive and manipulative applications for 7th grade math and advanced math lessons.
TITLE Bringing Books to Life
STUDENT Emma Holbein
TEACHER Gloria Nelson
DESCRIPTION Renew current subscriptions of online resources which provide 24/7 access for teachers, students and support staff. These resources allow students to master content knowledge in science and and social studies
Spanish Fort High School
TITLE Heat ‘Em Up; Speed ‘Em Up
TEACHER Crystal Menas
DESCRIPTION Provide hotplates which serve as catalyst to increase the speed of reaction in laboratory excercises.
TITLE Forward with French!
TEACHER Ashby Daniels
DESCRIPTION Provide online textbook and resource program to replace current outdated hardcover books which have no online applications.
TITLE Building a Solid Future: Current Careers
TEACHER Melissa Murphy
DESCRIPTION To update the Library Media Center’s College and Career section with current DVD’s and books that relate to job skills, interviewing and overall world of work for classroom instruction or for student’s in house viewing. Also included in grant are college and test prep manuals.
TITLE Video Broadcasting Software
TEACHER Melody Malpas
DESCRIPTION Partial funding for 5 sets of Adobe Premiere Pro software to be used in the Information Technology Academy. This software will provide students with professional quality capabilities as SFHS joins the National High School Broadcasting Association’s website.
Through this site, SFHS will begin broadcasting own athletic events and school programs.
Rockwell Elementary School
TITLE Best Books of the Year 2014
TEACHER Patti Sullivan
DESCRIPTION Updating Rockwell library’s fiction and non-fiction books.
TITLE Handwriting Without Tears
TEACHER Kim Berry Williams
DESCRIPTION Adding and updating current program which provides support for preschool inclusion class and K students with fine motor delay skills.
TITLE Tools Needed to Facilitate Increased Communication Skills for Special Needs Students
STUDENT Caden Phillippi
TEACHER Lynn Miller
DESCRIPTION Resource teachers will share Apple USB Superdrives, a color and a black and white printer to print symbols for students with significant impairments.
TITLE Electronics for Young Minds-It’s a Snap!
STUDENT Anna Dorris
TEACHER Debbie Movelle
DESCRIPTION Snap Circuit Kits allow gifted elementary students to begin to explore concepts in electronics and computer programming.