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Foundation awards funds for innovatice programs at three schools
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October 18, 2012 04:55 PM | 1035 views | 0 0 comments | 16 16 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Paulding Education Foundation recently awarded $7,500 to three Paulding schools as a result of the foundation’s School Grant Program. Grants are awarded yearly to support innovative projects, classroom instruction, and programs that enhance the school curriculum and enriches the learning experience for students. South Paulding High School, led by Principal Keith A. Rowland, won the high school grant award with its Reality Fair program. Austin Middle School, led by Principal Gary Plunkett, accepted the middle school grant for its “Visual Thesaurus: Using Digital Tools to Help Students Acquire Academic Vocabulary Across Disciplines” program. Poole Elementary School and Principal Angie Capobianco will implement the “eReading — Comprehension and Vocabulary Instruction through Content Areas of Science and Social Studies” program as a result of the elementary school grant.
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