2010 Grants Recipients

The Foundation received 56 grant requests and awarded, in part or in whole, 38 grants. Every school that requested a grant received one. Some schools submitted more requests than others. Below are the grants awarded and the 10 schools that received them:

College Park High School
Sets of How to Read Literature Like a Professor, Cyrano de Bergerac, and To Kill a Mockingbird ($1000)
Two LCD projectors for Math Department ($1000)
Literature workbooks and subscriptions to New York Times Upfront Magazine ($970)
Sets of Frankenstein, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead, and The Importance of Being Earnest ($927)
Cardio boxing station ($700)

Pleasant Hill Middle School
Hardware and software updates for Computer Lab ($1000)

Sequoia Middle School
Alternative energy science program and materials ($1000)
Hands-on measurement and geometry materials ($979)
Biographies for Library ($900)
Interactive and vertical planning whiteboard for Math Department ($850)
Art in History program for Chinese, Greek, Egyptian, and Indian cultures ($800)
Class sets of Al Capone Shines My Shoes ($460)

Valley View Middle School
Computer station for Resource room ($643)
Sets of spelling books ($1000)

Gregory Gardens Elementary
Promethean Board ($1000)
Learning-to-read reading books ($923)

Hidden Valley Elementary
Combined grants to cover 4 document cameras and 2 LCD projectors ($3536)
100 Thesaurus books ($909)

Pleasant Hill Elementary
Board Math program ($1000)
Board Language program ($1000)
LCD projector and document camera ($1000)

Sequoia Elementary
Sets of Nature’s Children animal book series ($741)
SRA reading program ($832)
World Book Encyclopedia ($600)
Combined grants for California research materials ($1361)
Read Naturally program ($1000)
Sets of Bob Books ($1000)

Strandwood Elementary
Hands-on science materials ($941)
Sets of By the Great Horn Spoon ($478)
Board Math whiteboard ($420)
Supplies for Kindergarten garden project ($300)
Sibelius computer software for Music Department ($260)

Valhalla Elementary
Video project materials ($808)
Schoolyard Wildlife Connection interactive program ($1000)