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2019 Teacher Grants

 
 
The 2019 La Vega Pirates Education Foundation grant cycle is now closed!
2019 applications are currently being reviewed.  Please stay tuned for news about our 2019 Grant Award Day!
 
 
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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