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Infinite Energy to award grants totaling more than $45,000 to GCPS teachers

GCPS educators earn Infinite Energy grants

Infinite Energy to award grants totaling more than $45,000 to GCPS teachers

February 7, 2017

     During the month of February, members of the Infinite Energy team and the GCPS Foundation will visit eight Gwinnett County public schools to honor and present checks to the 2017 Infinite Energy STEM/STEAM Grant winners. The eight educators earned a total of $47,000 in grant money. The winning grant applications are as follows:

  • Mill Creek High School--  Lacey Jakes, Kelly Dyar, Matt Page, Carly Cantrell, Marjorie Hammond, and Scott Mitchell
    Project Title: Project Based Learning Makerspace - $14,000
  • Norton Elementary School— Ryan Moore
    Project Title: Robotics/STEAM Room - $9,100
  • Twin Rivers Middle School—Andrew Cox and Sheila McCain
    Project Title: Unlock Learning through Engineering Design - $4,800                                                                  
  • Lovin Elementary School—Carol Maholski
    Project Title: Dashing into the Future - $5,000
  • Gwin Oaks Elementary School—Jan Bradley
    Project Title: Think It, Plan It, Build It - $2,300
  • Cooper Elementary School-- James Meadows, Julie Pemberton, and Bridgett Brown
    Project Title: Destination Imagination STEM Team - $1,100  
  • Central Gwinnett High School-- Megan Rose-Houchins, Sean Holder, and Michele Pelletier
    Project Title: Staging STEM - $7,500
  • Peachtree Ridge High School-- Mary Rutland and Peachtree Ridge Robotics
    Project Title: STEM and Drones at Peachtree Ridge - $3,200

                                                                               GRAND TOTAL:  $47,000

     In 2016, Infinite Energy created a $5 Giveback Program with Gwinnett County Public Schools Foundation and pledged to contribute $5 every year for each natural gas customer we have in the county. This year's grants are the result of this program and are a prime example of how Gwinnett gives back to support students and schools.



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