ANNOUNCING: 2018-2019 21st Century Instructional Initiative Grant Award Winners
Congratulations from The Education Foundation of Baltimore County Public Schools to the names of the schools and the titles of the grants awarded to the 2018-2019 recipients for the 21stCentury Instructional Initiative Grants. We look forward to following the impact of these projects. Well Done!
Instructional Initiative Grants:
School Title of Project
Owings Mills High School Eagle Express Coffee Shop: Phase 2
New Town High School New Town Writing Center
Perry Hall Elementary School We’re Game for Math
Wellwood International Our Schools’: Story of Waste
Patapsco High School and Center for the Arts Slam Poetry Performance & Workshop with Gayle Danley
Sollers Point Technical High School Design of Medical Innovation
Orems Elementary School Preparing Citizens with a Future of Choices
Edgemere Elementary School 101 Reasons to Have a Musical
Office of Visual Arts Art Pals!
Dundalk Middle School Days Cove Math and Science Meaningful Watershed Educational Experience
Deep Creek Middle School Off to the Lab: An Authentic Look into Gel Electrophoresis
Owings Mills Elementary School Sensory Room
Sparrows Point Middle School Read the Outside: Year Two
Office of Elementary Social Studies Gamifying Learning: Using the Stock Market Game to Teach Financial Literacy
George Washington Carver Center Male Dancer Development Program
Office of Visual Arts BCPS Film Expo 2019
About the grants:
The Education Foundation of Baltimore County Public Schools, Inc. offers schools the opportunity to apply for up to $2,000 to support instructional projects each year to schools and offices through 21stCentury Instructional Initiative Grants. The goal of the initiative is to facilitate learning opportunities that help students develop 21stcentury knowledge and skills. These grants are funded through ambassadors and partners within the community who support public education.
Projects must address and identified need(s) that are aligned with BCPS goals for academics, and key actions as stated in the BCPS Blueprint 2.0: Our Way Forwardand the School Progress Plans. Recipients awarded project funds were based on the project’s anticipated contribution to essential knowledge and skills students must have to be successful in life and employment in the 21stCentury.
Grant proposals must address at least one of the following instructional focused 21stCentury themes:
- Arts and Culture
- Civic Literacy
- Environmental Literacy
- Financial, Economic, Business and Entrepreneurial Literacy
- Environmental Literacy
- Global Awareness
- Health Literacy
- Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM)
Congratulations to all of the award recipients. A special note to all those who applied and did not receive a grant award; Your dedication and commitment to education is commended. Please continue to pursue your vision for the future. The Education Foundation of BPCS, Inc. supports you and we hope to see your applications next year.
For additional information, contact The Education Foundation of BCPS, Inc. at email@example.com
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