WINGS Spring Grants

WINGS Awards Spring Teacher Grants
Posted on 05/08/2019
WINGS Spring GrantsThe School District of Washington’s WINGS Educational Foundation awarded 20 teacher grants totaling $37,084 this spring (May of 2019).

Since 1993, WINGS has awarded 1,093 teacher grants for a total of $539,488.

The teachers receiving the grant, their school and their program are as follows:

LuAnn Engelbrecht, Campbellton, Nature UnHooked

Stephanie Holdmeyer, Campbellton and Clearview, 1,2, Let’s All Groove

Keshan Vogt, Washington West, A Picture Book a Day: Fostering a Lifelong Love for Reading

Stefanie Virgen, Washington Middle School, Revolutionizing Supervision, Self-Reflection and Student Growth

Stacey Siefken, Marthasville, Motor Lab

Amy Crow and Keli Schneider, Clearview, Creative Construction

Sarah Johnson, Washington High School, The Sensory Language Lab

Kyle Ellrich, Washington High School, 21st Century Classroom

Mitch Figas, Washington Middle School, Heart Rate Monitors for the Middle School

Kayla Bartel, Washington West, Make It at the Library

Amy Engemann, South Point, Sensory Break Kits

Lisa Ruth and Sandi Gildehaus, Early Learning Center, Enhancing the Foundational Skills of Young Children

Angie Schuttenberg and Cheryl Temme, Washington High School, Oh, Mercy Mercy Me

Amanda Rossini, Washington West, A Journey Through Ancient Civilizations and Middle Ages

Jennifer Pecka, Labadie, Mad About Science

Jessica Petty, Hannah Alfermann, Nancy Huber, Early Learning Center, FUNctional Motor Skills Lab

Matt Kroeter, Washington High School, Adaptive PE Equipment

Linda Bromeier, Clearview, Who Wants to Read Non-Fiction?

Erin Gaebe, Elementary Literacy and Science Coordinator, Little Bits Steam Students Sets

Michelle Prewitt, South Point, Google Expeditions

A photo of the WINGS spring teacher grant recipients is below.

WINGS Spring Teacher Grants