Worcester Schools Receive Grants from the Community Foundation

Worcester Schools Receive Grants from the Community Foundation
Posted on 11/16/2017
On November 15, 2017, seven schools and the Board of Education were presented with several grant awards from the Community Foundation of the Eastern Shore (CFES) during its annual Education Awards Program. The CFES has been a longstanding partner in helping our educators fund innovative educational practices and experiences that help our students learn and grown, engage parents in their child's learning and connecting our community to our schools. We thank them for their continued generosity and support!

Congratulations to the following programs, who received funding: 

Buckingham Elementary School, Principal Karen Marx
Project: Reflex Math
Coordinator: Gloria Scafone

Project: Classroom for Hands-On Learning
Coordinator: April Eichelberger

Cedar Chapel Special School, Principal Belinda Gulyas
Project: Sound Therapy
Coordinator: Marybeth Lampman

Project: Making Music Accessible for All
Coordinator: Zak Johnson

Pocomoke High School, Principal Annette Wallace
Project: iPad for 3D Learning Modules
Coordinators: Michelle Ott & Stephanie Hearn

Project: Community Art Show
Coordinator: Alexandra Tobiassen

Snow Hill High School, Principal Kim Purvis
Project: Generating Excitement & Training for Engineering Technology
Coordinator: Michele Kosin

Snow Hill Middle School, Principal Chris Welch
Project: Non-Fiction Library
Coordinator: Brittany Tignor

Worcester County Judy Center
Snow Hill Elementary School, Principal Mary Anne Cooper
Project: Pre-Kindergarten Readiness Experience
Coordinator: Mary Jo Price

Worcester County Board of Education
Special Education, Supervisor Rae Record
Project: Motion Math
Coordinator: Melissa Huntsberry