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Category Archives: Grants
We recently awarded $17,540 in grants to the Arlington Public Schools. Innovations in Education grants: Discovering Our Voices with Literature Circles Integrating Dialectical-Behavioral Therapy Fun & Games with Math Building a Multicultural Library Beautiful Brain — AP Psychology Conference at … Continue reading
Teachers and administrators talk about 4 of our most recent grants addressing social & emotional health, World Languages and Computer Science in this Arlington Advocate article.
Two Brackett parents were awarded an Innovations in Education grant ‘Colors of STEM’ that fosters diversity awareness about prominent American people of color in the fields of STEM. Read more.
Thanks to YOU, we awarded our largest lot of Development & Expansion grants in the last 4 years – totaling $34,250. These grants support system-wide or strategic initiatives across the district. Trauma Sensitive Teaching Practice Thematic Units in World Languages … Continue reading
We recently awarded $16,928 in grants to the Arlington Public Schools in two categories: Innovations in Education and Continuing Scholar Awards. The grants will enhance teaching and learning in math, science & art and will also raise cultural diversity awareness … Continue reading
Thank you for a great year! View this short video of grants that YOU brought to life in the Arlington Public Schools in 2017.
The AEF Board has committed to awarding $200,000 over the next three years to support the district’s ‘Safe & Supportive Schools‘ initiative to create a comprehensive behavioral health program. A $100,485 grant in the first year will fund: Youth Mental … Continue reading
The Unity Project was created to raise consciousness about the labels we give ourselves and others and explore how those labels both support and limit building interconnected communities. AHS students created a larger-than-life temporary structure on the front lawn of the … Continue reading
Ottoson 6th graders program CodeBugs – programmable wearable computers – in Digital Media & Literacy class. Learn more…
Three Ottoson Science Fair Club students will head to state competition on June 3rd. It’s amazing to see how this 2014 Innovations grant has prospered! Read more…