The EEF Grant Committee met in March to evaluate the 2017 Grant Applications submitted. Nineteen applications were received through the new online process, with a total of $12,150 awarded to this years recipients. Below are the 2017 Grants awarded on March 29:
Elmbrook Computer Science Challenge, submitted by Brookfield East student, Tim Vrakas
Destination Imagination, submitted by Teaching and Learning Specialist, Pat Glubka and Dixon parent, Rohoni Wadhawan. Plus initial funding for all other elementary schools to start Destination Imagination groups.
Swanson Motor Lab, submitted by Kindergarten Teacher, Laura Schubert
Clevertouch Plus 65", submitted by Brookfield Central Business Teacher, Megan Fisher
Lego MakerSpace submitted by Wisconsin Hills Middle School Associate Principal, Susan MacDonald
The Education Imagination Center, submitted by Brookfield East English Department, Jeff Ortman
BreakoutEDU Kits, submitted by Brookfield East English Teacher, Lindsay Skatrud