The Jessamine County Education Foundation is proud to announce the 2016 JCEF Grant Winners.
These winners cover ten JCS schools and total over $9,500 worth of materials!
2016 JCEF Grant Winners District Level Michele Crout and Judy Owens-Sensory Materials for FFL Classroom Sarah Whitfield-Audio Book Library Subscription Tricia Cocklin-Adapted Tools for Cooking
Jessamine Early Learning Village Cari Steggall and Andrea Nielsen-Non Fiction Books for Kindergarten
Brookside Elementary Molly Dean Stevens-High Interest Biographies
Nicholasville Elementary Michelle Rech and Cyndee Banta-Genuis Hour (Chromebooks) Renee Hager-Classroom Calm Down Kits
Red Oak Elementary Hope McPherson-Orff Alto Xylophone PJ Burns-Headphones to increase intervention opportunties Cari Jones-High Interest Books Heather Smith-eBooks
Rosenwald-Dunbar Elementary Dana Rose-Chromebooks for Literacy Design Collaborative work Kim Lownds-Chromebooks for Literacy Design Collaborative work Jason Moncer-Little Bits Robotics Packs Karla Carter-Classroom Books on Positive Character Traits Melissa Beers-Community Garden Warner Elementary Connie Donaldson-Self Driven Accomodation (Chromebooks for students with IEPs) Fred Luchtenburg-Video Production Equipment Heather Blandford-Counseling Book Clubs Rhiannon Ardery-21st Century Learners (Chromebooks) Rita Birt-Self Driven Accomodation (Chromebooks for students with IEPs) Emily Best-iPad mini to help with Physical Education class Kim Brockman-Buddy Bench
Wilmore Elementary Amanda Hendershot-iPads for cataloging student art work Jill Snyder-ReVibe Bracelets Tina Leber-VEX Robotics Kits
West Jessamine Middle Barbara Hamilton-Increased Rigor in Reading
West Jessamine High Molly Dean Stevens-High Interest Thrillers
The Providence School Harding Ison-Bowman- Music Education