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2019 Teacher Grants

The 2019 La Vega Pirates Education Foundation grant cycle is NOW OPEN!
Please download the application above.
 
All applications will be due by 4:00pm to Building F on January 30, 2019.
Grants are available to La Vega ISD only.
 
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On April 17, 2018, the La Vega Pirates Education Foundation awarded 13 grants totaling $36,935.28.

 

La Vega Primary School

Once Upon A S.T.E.M. Tales – partially funded for $1,257.41

Recipients – Kristy Lamar and Veronica Olvera

 

Reading’ ‘n’ Rhymin’ to Music – fully funded for $4,732.48

Recipients – Melody Thompson and Veronica Olvera

 

 

La Vega Elementary School

Conscious Discipline Training – fully funded for $4,360.00

Recipients – Laura Baze and Jodi Brown

 

Our Future Looks Osmo Bright – partially funded for $996.00

Recipient – Elizabeth Wetzel

 

 

La Vega Intermediate H.P. Miles Campus

Building a Bridge for Bilingual Pirates – fully funded $4,950.00

Recipients – Kristi Rizo and Heather Franks

 

Quick, Break Out!  Promoting critical thinkers with BreakoutEDU – fully funded $1,743.98

Recipients – Tabitha Brotherton and Ryan Sparks

 

The Science of Flight – partially funded $2082.63

Recipient – Lorenz Villa

 

La Vega Junior High George Dixon Campus

Math Manipulatives – fully funded for $411.99

Recipient – Keri Coker

 

 

La Vega High School

Health Science Careers Laboratory – partially funded for $2,600.00

Recipients – Vicki Allred and Robyn Ammons

 

Leaders are Readers – partially funded for $3,000.00

Recipient – Casey Summey

 

 

La Vega High School – Success Academy

You heard it here, first: We’re Engaged! – fully funded for $3,850.79

Recipient – Diane Wilson

 

 

La Vega Early College High School

It Adds Up to Read! – fully funded for $1,950.00

Recipient – Veronica Gloeckner

 

Seeing Beyond – High End Microscopes – fully funded for $5,000.00

Recipient – Lee Kuhl