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Congratulations to Heidi Campbell, 2019 TOTY!

At the Nov. 8 Gwinnett County Teacher of the Year (TOTY) banquet, Heidi Campbell, a journalism and British literature teacher at Parkview High School, was named 2019 Gwinnett County Teacher of the Year! Learn more

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GCPS educators receive grants from Walton EMC

Walton EMC awards more than $100K to Gwinnett schools

December 13, 2018 / Permalink

     Educators at two dozen Gwinnett County public schools were awarded grants by a local energy company totaling $125,053.99. The Walton EMC EmPOWERment Grants focus on projects to strengthen the schools’ instructional programs and enhance student success. Representatives from Walton EMC visited 22 Gwinnett schools to deliver the exciting news to nearly 30 teachers and their students. Below is a list of the grant winners, the names of their projects, and the amount they will receive.

School

Submitted by

Project

2018 Grant

Anderson-Livsey Elementary School

Jessica Askew

Science Lab Technology Enrichment

$6,579.00

Brookwood Elementary School

Karen Mitchell

Empowering Entrepreneurs

$2,866.20

Centerville Elementary School

Thomas Simerson

Technology for Math Tech Specials

$4,699.80

Craig Elementary School

Chris Locke

STEPS

$5,740.00

Five Forks Middle School

Andrew Whatley

Collaborative, Project-based Learning

$4,600.00

Grayson Elementary School

Sara Forrester and Kristen Davis

Total Tech Takeover

$5,500.00

Grayson High School

Jennifer DaSilva

Visual Waves

$2,297.55

Grayson High School

Capucina Douglass

PBIS Pride!

$1,000.00

Grayson Technical

Heather Kishun

Tech Corner Store

$1,187.00

Head Elementary School

Shann Griffeth

Battle of the Books/Million Word Club

$4,500.00

Hopkins Elementary School

Susan Jackson

Cultivating a Community of Readers

$4,672.50

Magill Elementary School

Pamela Wynter

Tools for Transformation

$4,995.00

McConnell Middle School

April Turner and Gaye Walk

Tigers ROAR Across the Country

$7,415.03

Mountain Park Elementary School

Heather Bridges

Keeping the Momentum Going

$7,500.00

Partee Elementary School

DeAnna Espinoza

Partee Film and Editing Studio

$3,500.00

Pharr Elementary School

Pam Freeman

Imagine Learning

$1,209.90

Pharr Elementary School

Kathleen Navin

Engaging Students through Technology

$4,394.00

Rosebud Elementary School

Amanda Martin

Building a Classroom Library

$3,000.00

Rosebud Elementary School

Amanda Fletcher

Touch Technology for K

$7,600.00

Shiloh Elementary School

Thomas Trippany, Angela Banks-Spain

SMART Approach to Special Education

$4,528.00

Shiloh Elementary School

Thomas Trippany, Angela Banks-Spain

Literacy in the Classroom

$2,100.00

Shiloh High School

Al Ragin

Well Equipped

$5,249.65

Shiloh Middle School

Tereka Williams, Angela Banks-Spain

Our Unsung Heroes, Making an Impact

$2,177.00

Shiloh Middle School

Tereka Williams, Angela Banks-Spain

Reaching for Excellence through Literacy

$2,000.00

Starling Elementary School

Ikwo Poindexter

Technology for Teaching and Learning

$5,400.00

Starling Elementary School

Ikwo Poindexter

Leveled Literacy Intervention

$3,946.85

Trickum Middle School

Jeff Schaefer

TMS Guitar

$4,826.35

Trickum Middle School

Jennifer Killian

Root Robots

$2,265.00

Trip Elementary School

Robin Brainard

Microscopes are Cool

$1,585.15

Trip Elementary School

Jennifer Hicks

More Swings Please!

$7,720.01

     This grant program is made possible by a Georgia law that allows EMCs to use unclaimed refunds for community development after all attempts to find the owners are exhausted. No money from electric bills are used to provide these grants.

*Pictures available upon request.
 

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