Shelton's Technology Grants

Technology Grants

The Tech Services department actively pursues grants to enable us to meet our goals and objectives.  In recent years we have been awarded the following grants.
Year Grant Buildings / Classrooms Award Amount
​2011-2012 ​QWest Grant ​Judith Serrano at Evergreen Elementary Total Award: ​$10,000
​2010-2012 ​TL21 6classrooms across the district. Classroom teachers and their buildings
  • Bordeaux Elementary - Julie Roberts and Lora Rhoades
  • Evergreen Elementary - Janet Dagle, Courtney Morgan and Rachael Robbins
  • Oakland Bay Junior High - Roy Conover
​Total Award: $​66,600
$7600 each teacher for year 1, $3500 each teacher for year 2.
2009-2011 TL21 11 classrooms with at least 1 at every building in the district. Classroom teachers and their buildings
  • Bordeaux Elementary - Wendy Wilson-Hoss, Jewell Hemenway, and Michele Evans
  • Evergreen Elementary - Judith Serrano
  • Mt. View Elementary - Robin Gagnon
  • Oakland Bay Junior High - Brent W. Conklin
  • Olympic Middle School - April Yantis and Elizabeth Johnston
  • CHOICE High School - Evan Brees and Carri Fennel
  • Shelton High School - Marta Gomez-Buckley

Total Award: $122,100

$7600 each teacher for year 1, $3500 each teacher for year 2.

2008-2010 Tech Peer Coaching Roy Conover at Oakland Bay Jr. High

Total Award: $13,500

$9000 for year 1 and $4500 for year 2

2007-2009 Tech Peer Coaching Emily Garlich at SHS, Brett Bartlett at Oakland Bay, April Yantis at OMS

Total Award: $40,500

$9000 per teacher for year 1 and $4500 per teacher for year 2

2005 - 2007 NO LIMITs math grant Building grants awarded to OBJH and Mt. View. All four 5th grade classrooms and 5 math classrooms at OBJH. Classroom Teachers - Kati Gregory, Robin Gagnon, Mark Larson, Jennifer Macke, Jennifer Deyette, John Perry, Doug Comsia, Kristey Perigo, and Vickie Gish.

Total Award: $81,000

$54,000 for training and mentoring
$27,000 for Computers and other hardware
2nd year unfunded due to 46% federal cuts to Title IID (Enhancing Education Through Technology)

2003 - 2005 NO LIMITs math grant Two classrooms at SMS / OMS, two classrooms at Bordeaux, and one classroom at Mt. View. Lisa Olin, Dann Gagnon/Nick Hamm, Pam Hibbert, Cathy Crane, and Robin Gagnon.

Total Award: $240,000

$150,000 for training and mentoring
$90,000 for Computers and other hardware

2002 - 2005 Gates Foundation - Teacher Leadership Project Two classrooms at SHS. Classroom Teachers - Connie Davidson and Dave Campbell.

Total Award: $28,000

$18,000 - Computers and other hardware
$10,000 Ten days of training for each teacher.

2001 - 2004 Gates Foundation - Teacher Leadership Project One classroom at SHS and one classroom at SAMS (moved to SMS 2002 with teacher) Doug Comsia and Dean McCoy

Total Award: $28,000

$18,000 - Computers and other hardware
$10,000 Ten days of training for each teacher.

2000 - 2003 Gates Foundation - Teacher Leadership Project Two classrooms at SHS, two classrooms at CHOICE, and one classroom at SAMS. Classroom teachers - Emily Garlich, Marie Carlson, Stacy Anderson, Sue Barnard, Vicki Shannahan

Total Award: $70,000

$45,000 - Computers and other hardware
$25,000 Ten days of training for each teacher.

2000 - 2001 Technology Infusion Project 21 Two 4th or 5th grade classrooms at each building at Bordeaux, Evergreen and Mt. view Elementary Schools. Classroom teachers - Diane Satak, Kay Roller, Mary K. Myers, Linda Scandrett, Robin Gagnon and Mark Larson.

Total Award: $250,000

$250,000 - Equipment and Educational Training/Support

1998 - 2001 Gates Foundation - Teacher Leadership Project One 5th grade classroom at each building at Bordeaux, Evergreen and Mt. view Elementary Schools. Classroom teachers - John Skov, Shana Lane and Dan Olsen

Total Award: $42,000

$27,000 - Computers and other hardware
$15,000 Ten days of training for each teacher.

1997 - 2001 Generation WHY One class each at SMS and SHS. Classroom teachers - Ron Goodale and Glenn Shorten $? - Hardware, Instructional Support.
$? in business contributions from Microsoft
 
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