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:: Grants Awarded ::
 
2017-2018
Grant Number Amount Item
2018-03 800.00 MHS Autism Social Skills Group                             
2018-02 2,250.00 Science Olympiad
2018-01 1,000.00 Model U.N.
2016-2017
Grant Number Amount Item
2017-08 500.00 Chair Pouches
2017-07 2,398.98 Sphero Robotics in Education
2017-06 2,398.98 Sphero Robotics in Education
2017-04 755.00 Conscious Discipline Program
2017-03 2,500.00 Science Olympiad                                             
2017-02 500.00 Memorial Middle School Musical
2017-01 2,000.00 Model U.N.
2015-2016
Grant Number Amount Item
2016-14 2,503.89 Ridge Middle School Makerspace
2016-13 625.00 Materials for independent work and sensory room
2016-12 1,270.00 One School, One Book
2016-09 2,000.00 Mary Poppins Flight Program
2016-04 1,812.00 Lego Mindstorms - Robotics Club
2016-03 1,750.00 Model U.N.
2016-01 1,875.00 Achieving the Core
2014-2015
Grant Number Amount Item
2015-15 1,200.00 Making Meaning Tradebooks for Read-Alouds
2015-14 2,196.00 Making Meaning Tradebooks
2015-13 218.16 Trade Books for Read-Aloud
2015-12 1,328.00 Magnetism & electricity
2015-11 530.00 Nintendo Wii U Console-Game System and Wii U Balance Board
2015-10 1,200.00 COMMIT (Community, Opportunities, Manners, Meals, Interaction, Training)
2015-09 1,000.00 One School, One Book
2015-06 450.00 Transition Services Programming for At-Risk Students and Students with Disabilities
2015-03 688.85 LLI Teaching Center
2015-02 420.00 Making a Maker Classroom with Makedo Kits
2015-01 2,500.00 Model UN
2013-2014
Grant Number Amount Item
2014-13 1,600.00 Bring Books to Life - Patricia Polacco Author Study
2014-11 497.95 Fostering Literacy Independence
2014-10 1,373.00 Listening Center
2014-09 7,500.00 Learning Garden for Garfield Elementary
2014-08 2,800.38 Grade 2 Reading Program
2014-07 2,942.95 Books for Grade 3 Guided Reading Program
2014-06 4,334.93 Reinventing The Center
2014-05 2,020.00 One School, One Book
2014-02 575.00 12th Annual MCE "I Write to Read" Essay Contest
2012-2013
Grant Number Amount Item
2013-20 2,022.86 Using the STEM initiative to drive Project Based Learning in Math and Science
2013-19 3,000.00 Flipping the Classroom with Nexus 7 (Google tablet)
2013-18 2,790.00 Chromeboks for Technology in the Classroom
2013-17 2,790.00 Enhancing Classroom Differentiation Through the Use of Stations with Chromebooks
2013-14 Any amount Project PEAK (Power, Excellence, Achievement, Knowledge) Summer Camp
2013-13 2,568.00 Enhancing the Flipped Classroom through iPad mini Integration
2013-12 759.00 Early Childhood Center-Based Integrated Technology Learning
2013-10 1,000.00 One School, One Book
2013-09 1,948.87 The Flipped Classroom
2013-08 575.00 11th Annual MCE "I Write to Read" Essay Contest
2013-07 2,707.57 Math Camp-In
2013-06 1,978.90 Differentiation through Technology-based Formative Assessment
2013-05 668.70 Glass Supplies for Fused Glass Project
2013-04 1,683.94 Pedometer Project
2013-02 614.12 Learning Games
2013-01 2,650.00 Four iPads for the Art room to record digital portfolios
2011-2012
Grant Number Amount Item
2012-14 1,250.00 Project PEAK
2012-13 1,400.00 Apple TV in the Classroom
2012-12 400.00 Sign and Advertising for District Art Show
2012-11 1,010.00 Bullying Prevention Networking Summit for Middle School Students/Staff
2012-10 1,090.00 Bullying Prevention Networking Summit for Elementary School Students/Staff
2012-09 1,400.00 Model U.N.
2012-08 575.00 10th Annual MCE "I Write to Read" Essay Contest
2012-07 1,200.00 Differentiating Instruction for All Students Using the Fourth Generation iPod Touch
2012-06 1,779.85 iPads with Special needs Students
2012-05 1,034.07 2.5 Infant Blanket Project
2012-04 2,500.00 Mentor Career Exploration
2012-03 2,000.00 Netbook Classroom Station
2012-02 1,431.24 Classroom Tables
2012-01 838.00 Ridge Middle School Greenhouse Project
2011
Grant Number Amount Item
2011-15 516.00 Science Court
2011-14 1,055.52 Bullying Prevention for Middle School
2011-13 1,622.80 Bullying Prevention for Elementary School
2011-12 206.00 Scope Magazine - Megan Showalter, Shore Middle School
2011-11 1,844.75 Intervention With Netbooks - Stephanie Ward, Rice Elementary
2011-09 550.00 9th Annual MCE "I Write to Read" Essay Contest
2011-08 375.00 Enhancing Learning in the Art Room with Technology
2011-06 875.76 Computer Equipment
2011-05 2,125.74 Differentiated Instruction using Apple's iPad
2011-04 2,100.00 Model U.N.
2011-03 525.00 W.F.A.X. News/Needed Data Video SE-500 SEG Switcher
2011-01 1,000.00 Realizing the Promise of the Gifted Inclusion Model Using the HP Mini Notebook 210
2010
Grant Number Amount Item
2010-08 350.00 Medieval Day Falconry Exhibition
2010-07 1,100.00 Senior Success Skills Project
2010-06 685.94 Just In Time Math Intervention and Enrichment
2010-05 695.00 Blast Off For Science
2010-04 1,781.00 Family and Consumer Science Dept. Technology Integration
2010-03 2,000.00 Model UN
2010-02 550.00 MCE "I Write to Read" Essay Contest
2010-01 980.00 Crossroads Bullying Prevention Day for Mentor Schools
2009
Grant Number Amount Item
2009-09 1,000.00 Hall of Fame Inductees & Student Seminar
2009-08 360.00 Lake Farm Park/Penitentiary Glen Transportation
2009-07 927.61 Literature to Enhance Investigations Math Program
2009-06 4,600.00 TI-nspire Graphing Calculators
2009-05 100.00 Historic Kirtland Field Trip
2009-04 250.00 Student Government
2009-03 1,800.00 Model U.N. Conference
2009-02 1,400.00 Special Ops. Community Building/Bullying Prevention Program
2009-01 550.00 MCE "I Write to Read" Essay Contest
2008
Grant Number Amount Item
2008-17 3,000.00 Mobile Robotics
2008-16 275.00 Lake Metroparks Education Program Biodiversity"
2008-15 950.00 Ohio PRIDE
2008-14 800.00 Science to Go
2008-13 1,000.00 "Replace, Circulate, Appreciate"
2008-12 1,000.00 Hall of Fame Inductees &  Student Seminar – MHS Alumni
2008-11 830.00 Vocabulary Learning Through Engagement
2008-10 450.00 Online Literary Magazine/Newspaper
2008-09 400.00 Student Government Lettering
2008-08 3,225.00 Batteries for Laptops
2008-07 886.96 Fluency Listening Centers
2008-06 1,582.00 Mentor High Scavenger Hunt/Ice Cream Social
2008-05 3,200.00 Model U.N.
2008-04 860.00 Financial Calculators
2008-03 1,275.00 Special Ops to Eliminate Bullying
2008-02 550.00 MCE "I Write to Read" Essay Contest
2008-01 500.00 Family Math Night
2007
Grant Number Amount Item
2007-16 375.00 Hosting our Tanzanian Pen Pals
2007-15 500.00 Academic Achievement Awards
2007-14 1,027.67 Weekly Reader Kit for Grades K-3
2007-13 750.00 Leadership Workshop: Behavior Styles MIIS
2007-12 1,000.00 Hall of Fame Inductees & Student Seminar MHS Alumni
2007-11 4,000.00 Development of Website for Hall of Fame
2007-10 830.00 Public Speaking with Confidence and Ease Shore Jr. High
2007-09 1,420.40 Introduce Community to African Pen Pals Garfield/Memorial
2007-08 224.62 "Caught Dirty Handed" Curriculum Dept.
2007-07 700.00 Broadway Junior's "Music Man" Garfield and Bellflower
2007-06 496.55 Woodshop Vises Memorial Jr. High
2007-05 500.00 Anti-Bullying Recognition and Endorsement Shore Jr. High
2007-04 3,200.00 Model U.N. Grant Mentor High School
2007-03 500.00 MCE "I Write to Read" Contest
2007-02 915.00 Weekly Reader K-3 Brentmoor
2007-01 1,050.00 Improving reading and understanding with supplemental reading material Memorial Jr. High

:: Grants to Teachers ::

The district-wide “I Write to Read” Essay Contest encouraged fifth grade students to write and submit essays about how reading has changed his/her life. Several students were selected as winners from all the elementary schools and these winners received a $25 gift card to Borders and a pocket dictionary.

“Racial Prejudice” presentation entitled “Move to the Back of the Bus” in which every seventh grader at Shore Junior High participated in an interactive drama about the civil rights movement. They experienced this drama and then read “The Watsons Go to Birmingham: 1963”.

Shore Junior High School has begun an inquiry project entitled “Scaled Geologic Timeline Mural”. The students are painting on a hall wall of the school a to-scale model of the geologic timeline. To accomplish this, students calculate mathematically the ratios for the lengths of time, research names of the time periods and their respective life forms. T he mural will depict 3-D images and explanations for each period displayed.

51 Mentor High Schools Future Leaders and 71 students and advisors from neighboring schools enjoyed a nationally known motivational speaker, Mr. Bruce Boguski. The goal of the session was to build a spirit of teamwork and empowerment via a program entitled “The Flight of the Goose”.

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