WINGS Early Bird Grants

WINGS Awards Jackie Krafft Early Bird Teacher Grants
Posted on 10/11/2018
WINGS Early Bird GrantThe School District of Washington’s WINGS Foundation awarded 33 Jackie Krafft Early Bird teacher grants this fall (2018) totaling $3,857.

Since 1993, WINGS has now awarded a total of 1,073 teacher grants totaling $502,404.

For the first year in 1993, one $100 teacher grant was awarded.

See the picture below of the 2018 Jackie Krafft Early Bird teacher grant recipients.

The teachers receiving the grant this fall, the school where they work and their program are as follows:

Kate Winkelmeier, Marthasville, Sphero + Steam Educational Robot

Jamie Knight, Augusta, The Flag Project

Kim Fleer, Marthasville, Building, Thinking Through STEM

Stephanie Kliethermes, Early Learning Center, Engaging in Social Learning Activities

Sarah McCarthy, Washington West, Flexible Seating

Kyle Ellrich, Washington High School, Calculators: A Tool for Success

Keli Schneider, Clearview, Math Made Fun

Keli Schneider, Clearview, Cross-Curricular Mentor Texts

Jill Mebruer, Marthasville, Picture Books as Mentor Texts

Julia Coughlin, Early Learning Center, Music and Movement With Preschoolers

English Language Learners Department, New Comer Kits

Julia Young, Augusta, Fifth Grade Number Sense and Mental Math Skills

Monica Hiatt, Washington Middle School, For the Love of Reading

Kathryn Laurentius, Washington High School, Not a Problem-Encouraging Innovation

Sandy Knickmeyer, Early Learning Center, Creating With Young Minds and Hands

Kerri Flynn, Washington High School, Reading Enhances our Understanding of History

Trisha Ley, Washington West, Thinking Outside the Box

Stefanie Virgen, Washington Middle School, Escape the Mundane: Adventures in a Breakout Classroom

Candace Kluba, Angie Hopkins, Amber Sperry, Campbellton, Reading for a Growth Mindset

Kayla Reckert, Augusta, Second Grade Number Sense and Math Skills

Marie Dobson, Washington West, Teaching Scientists and Engineers

Erin Monzyk, Washington West, Dim the Lights Please

Allison Graves, Washington High School, Engaging Students With Primary Sources

Michelle Prewitt, South Point, Magazine Subscription for Library

Tracy Niccum, Washington West, Building Independent Work Skills

Barbara Schweich, Campbellton, Engaging Readers

Ashley Strong, Early Learning Center, Fine Motor Activities

Sara Bradshaw, Marthasville, Flag Project

Amy O’Hanlon, South Point, Double Durty Clip Boards

Kim Johnson, South Point, Double Durty Clip Boards

Laurie Price, South Point, Double Durty Clip Boards

Nikki Obermark, Clearview, Pathways to Student Engagement

Stephanie Knight, South Point, Electric Pencil Sharpener.

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