Our Impact

Recent Projects

All For One Not One for All (CA) $1,200

Comfortable physical environments are conducive to collaborative learning, responsive to the needs of learners, and support individual, small and large group instruction. Individualized learning environments lead to learners who are more engaged, committed, focused,...

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RIF (HV) $1,500

The continuation of the Reading Is Fundamental program formerly from Ambruster School is a popular and valued project for 4K - 5th grade students at Highland View School. There are 2 book distributions throughout the year where students are allowed to keep the books....

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Garden Club (GHS) $1591

The GHS Garden Club Grant provides for various additional supplies, tools, and small equipment needed for making a collaborative student project operational. The GHS Garden Club supports the Special Education Curriculum. The students are teamed with other GHS students...

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Greendale Sustainability Grant (GSD) $5,386

This is a district wide project utilizing a CESA 10 program to advance efforts on green, healthy and sustainability concepts. It involves all students at every grade level, all teachers and staff, community members and village government beginning September, 2012. It...

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Guided Math Technology (GMS) $10,196

Provides for the purchase of 26 Apple iPads to be used in the 8th grade math curriculum. Students exhibit a wide range of abilities when it comes to math comprehension. The iPads will be another tool that will allow students to be “guided” at their own pace as they...

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Empty Bowls Service Learning Project (GSD) $23,220

Empty Bowls 2012 is the 11th annual dinner of homemade soup and fresh bread, served in hand-made ceramic bowls, which guests take home as a reminder of hunger in the community. Proceeds generated from this event will go to the Hunger Task Force. Hundreds of students...

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Love and Logic Parent Training (GSD) $3,700

Provides funding for a new program that works with parents of young children who eventually will be attending the Greendale School District. Students and families are entering our schools with needs that are more significant and diverse than in the past. Research...

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