|Arlington Elementary – Becky Blanton
||Reading Level through Literacy Footprints
||Assessment kits to help identify instructional and independent reading levels for students to target instruction.
|Booker T. Washington Elementary – Jennifer Baker
||STEM Activities for Preschool
||Developmentally appropriate preschool STEM materials.
|Cassidy Elementary – Elisabeth Darce
||Literacy Footprints, Enhancing Guided Reading
||Guided reading system designed to teacc primary children to read and write.
|Coventry Oak Elementary – Veronica Boller
||STEM Sewer Solutions for our Community
||STEM tools to design potential solutions to sewer problems and participate in community awareness initiatives.
|District-wide: Student/Family Transition Support and Dropout Prevention
||Mentoring and Leadership Conference
||The conference will celebrate and motivate a generation of future leaders with a focus on boys of color.
|Eastside Technical Center – Lisa Rudzinski
||VR for All
||Virtual reality program to differentiate instruction to meet the needs of our special populations while enhancing their career and technical education experience.
|District-wide: Family and Community Engagement Office
||Violence Awareness and Prevention Project
||Collaborative project with community and school-level partners to bring anti-violence programming to our Title 1 schools.
|Frederick Douglass HS – Tracy Bolinger
||Happy Medium: Teen Perspectives
||Student led discussion about relevant issues to work on active listening and increasing capacity to process and evaluate information presented from two differing points of view
|Garden Springs Elementary – Kathleen Kiely
||Lego Spike Prime Kits
||Kits engage students to think critically and solve complex problems and help students learn the essential STEAM and 21st century skills needed to become the innovative minds of tomorrow.
|Garden Springs Elementary – Kim McClure
||Reusable writing tablet that requires no dry erase markers and uses a stylus for first graders.
|Jessie Clark Middle School – Troy Chafin
||Empower students to be successful, contributing members of society by applying current curriculum knowledge to real world financial applications in a club setting.
|Lexington Traditional Magnet School – Lolita Cartwright
||Mindfulness and Meditation Mondays will help students to increase focus, self-control, classroom participation, and compassion.
|Mary Todd Elementary – Marisol Valles and Michael Jones
||International/LatinX Dance Team
||A dance team to celebrate students’ heritage and culture, music and the traditions of the various countries represented by our large, rich diverse LatinX and immigrant student population.
|Mary Todd Elementary – Amanda Campbell
||Scholastic Storyworks WORKS
||Supplemental curriculum to help our teachers use materials that are engaging and better aligned to the updated state standards.
|Mary Todd Elementary – Ashley Yazell and Michael Jones
||Robotics club to expose students to critical thinking, math, engineering and problem solving abilities in a school that serves a very diverse group of students that are under-represented in the STEM field.
|Rise STEM Academy for Girls – Kristen Witt
||Building and Coding Robots
||Scholars will work together to build a mindstorm robot. Then, they will learn to code their robot through mazes and to complete different actions.
|Rise STEM Academy for Girls – Craig Schroeder
||Harnessing Solar Energy
||Explore the concepts of potential and kinetic energy, solar energy, the greenhouse effect, and salinity through investigation, designing, building and testing as well as creation of a public service announcement.
|SCAPA – Julie Moore
||Engineering Gardening Solutions
||Project-based learning experience where students will be designing and 3D printing elements,to enhance our school’s gardening as well as researching and working within a budget.
|Tates Creek HS – Joe Jenkins
||Gear Book Club
||Book club in which students read a book and complete Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) and Social Emotional Learning (SEL) activities.
|Tates Creek HS – Patricia Fitzpatrick
||Real World Clinical Lab
||Students enter the Medicaid Nurse Aide Lab and work as if in a real world setting donning a “uniform,” secure their hair according to industry standards, etc. while learning skills like electronic charting in a real medical environment.
|Tates Creek HS – Laura Catherine Gallien
||TCHS ADHD Support Group
||Develop ADHD Support/Coaching Group for high school students diagnosed with ADHD (or in an evaluation process) to learncoping strategies with a focus on sharing successes, highlighting positive aspects of living with ADHD, and providing new research to families and teachers.
|Veterans Park Elementary – Ashley Carter and Stacey Altwies
||Begin a Kindness Squad program where third graders will spread kindness around the school through a variety of literary projects.
|Veterans Park Elementary – Jessica Ault
||With a focus on BRIGHT
||Purchase a giant light, interactive wall (like a Lite Brite) that invites students to learn through play and encourage them to use ingenuity.
|William Wells Brown Elementary – Carrie Mulert
||C.O.L.T.S Time – school wide enrichment project based learning
||COLTS Time provides children with daily experiences that will expand knowledge, arouse curiosity, foster creativity, enhance social skills and nurture self-worth.
|Winburn Middle School – Jenny McCall
||3D Printing & Project Based Learning in the PLTW Classroom
||Student create and print 3D designs and build an underwater robot that simulates deep space exploration.
|Yates Elementary – Dawn Keith
||Create innovative spaces in the Media Center and STEM Lab so all students have access to enriched curriculm and enhanced learning processes that nurture their imaginations and enhance academic proficiency.