Ivy Snow, of Kenneth Carberry Elementary in Emmett is going to be expanding the Special Education classroom, with the help of a $750 Teacher Grant from the Idaho CapEd Foundation. The funds will be used to create a comfortable, calming room designated for students who are experiencing sensory overload.
Council High School Juniors and Seniors are on their way to having updated equipment for a dual credit Chemistry class. That’s because teacher Joe Lyon was awarded a $750 Teacher Grant through the Idaho CapEd Foundation.
Debbie Dawes, of Potlatch Elementary, is taking an innovative approach to teaching Language Arts to her students. She was determined to find an effective, out of the box solution to inspire her students. With the help of a $750 Teacher Grant from the Idaho CapEd Foundation, she will be able to implement her “LEGOs for Literacy” project.
Fourth grade students at Burton Elementary in Rexburg will soon be reading full length, in depth novels. This is with the help of teacher Heidi Jo West and a $750.00 Teacher Grant from the Idaho CapEd Foundation. Heidi Jo will purchase class sets of three different novels. They have been chosen specifically because their higher level content will help students master language arts, in accordance to the new Common Core State Standards.
Teacher Julianne Russell at St. Joseph’s School will use a $750.00 Teacher Grant awarded by the Idaho CapEd Foundation, to purchase Texas Instrument graphing calculators and rangers. Students will use these for collecting data on, graphing, and analyzing their motions.
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