Graphic: Teach It Foward - Day of Donations

To show our continued support for teachers and, we funded 51 projects totalling $25,000 on the website on National Teacher Day, May 6. 

Projects funded

  • “Bring Back the Joy of Learning!”; Mrs. McCartan; Westlake Charter School - Del Paso Campus; Sacramento, California
  • “Seeing Our Bodies Through the Bodies of Pigs”; Ms. Lopeman; Lynn Middle School; Las Cruces, New Mexico
  • “Aquaponics System for AP Biology”; Mrs. G.; Lawton High School; Lawton, Oklahoma
  • “Financial Literacy: Preparing For Life Beyond High School”; Ms. vanderHorst ; Pacific High School; 
    Ventura, California
  • “Technology for Special Learners 2”; Ms. Herrin; Goodyear Elementary School ; Brunswick, Georgia
  • “Hot Dots”; Mrs. Stone; Eno Valley Elementary School; Durham, North Carolina
  • “Books on CD? That Is Music to Our Ears!”; Ms. O’Dell; Rock Springs Elementary School; Kingsport, Tennessee
  • “Fitness, Fun, and Focus”; Ms. Smith; Greencastle-Antrim Elementary School; Greencastle, Pennsylvania
  • “March is Reading Month”; Ms. Sweeney; Pelham Elementary School; Pelham, Tennessee
  • “Science and Math at Our Fingertips”; Mrs. D.; Marshpoint Elementary School; Savannah, Georgia
  • “Classroom Library”; Ms. Coats; Elgin Middle School; Elgin, Texas
  • “Help 4th Graders Get Technology for Research”; Mrs. Schmidt; Harold Keller Elementary School; Metairie, Louisiana
  • “Disney Helps Teach Innovative Growing Techniques!”; Mrs. Huxford; Northview Ib World School; Brooklyn Park, Minnesota
  • “K.'s Choices Extension Library”; Ms. Downer; Taku Elementary School; Anchorage, Alaska
  • “5th Grade Researchers”; Mrs. Echols; Ponderosa Elementary School ; Aurora, Colorado
  • “Common Core Math = Hands-On Learning Activities”; Mrs. Kosiewicz; Albert Einstein Middle School; Sacramento, California
  • “Technology in the Classroom”; Mrs. Ducret; Matthew Thornton Elementary School; Londonderry, New Hampshire
  • “Striving for Balanced Literacy in 2nd Grade”; Mrs. Blevins; Brookville Elementary School; Brookville, Ohio
  • “Techy Technology for Interactive Learning!”; Mrs. Magnani; Duval Charter Elementary School-Baymeadows; Jacksonville, Florida
  • “Coming of Age Reading Center”; Mrs. Neu; Newsome High School; Lithia, Florida
  • “Writing on the Wall!”; Mrs. Brown; Cumberland Oxford Canal School; Westbrook, Maine
  • “Using Technology to Create 21st Century Learners”; Mrs. Brower; Carl Junction Intermediate School; Carl Junction, Missouri
  • “Just the Basics...”; Mrs. Kabat; Burns Latino Studies Academy; Hartford, Connecticut
  • “Current Events for Kids”; Ms. Smith; Canyon Ridge Elementary School; Surprise, Arizona
  • “A Change is a 'Coming!”; Ms. Beasley; New Market Elementary School; Sophia, North Carolina
  • “Technology in Action”; Mrs. Brayman; Beecher Museum School; New Haven, Connecticut
  • “Project JUMP!”; Ms. R.; Rocky River Elementary School; Concord, North Carolina
  • “iCan With An iPad!”; Mrs. Munz; McKinley Elementary School; Ottawa, Illinois
  • “Listening to Reading!”; Mrs. Khan; Stephen Foster IPS 67; Indianapolis, Indiana
  • “iNtegrate with iPads”; Mrs. Sartain; Auburn Early Education Center; Auburn, Alabama
  • “iPad for Our Pad!”; Mrs. Auperin; Macdonough Elementary School; Middletown, Connecticut
  • “We're Wild About Wildlife”; Ms. Moon; Woodruff Primary School; Woodruff, South Carolina
  • “Comprehension Is Playing with My Mind!”; Ms. K.; Lebanon Road Elementary School; Charlotte, North Carolina
  • “Reading, Writing, Math Oh My!”; Mrs. Sloat; Jenks East Elementary School; Jenks, Oklahoma
  • “Technology Is What We Need!”; Ms. Shoemaker; Pittsfield South Elementary School; Pittsfield, Illinois
  • “Math Can Go Fly a Kite”; Ms. LaBar; Roosevelt Community Middle School; West Palm Beach, Florida
  • “Technology for Buzzing Readers”; Ms. Bradley; Riley Elementary School; Salt Lake City, Utah
  • “Oboe for the Concert Band”; Mr. Eubank; Royal Palm Beach Community High School; Royal Palm Beach, Florida
  • “Working Together for the Future”; Mrs. Perkins; Central High School; Phenix City, Alabama
  • “iPads for Special Education students!”; Ms. Innell; Longleaf Elementary School; Melbourne, Florida
  • "Can We Print It Ms. B?"; Ms. Bifulco; Alexander Elementary School; Tampa, Florida
  • "Building Blocks of Mathematical Understanding"; Mr. Eggers; Edison Elementary School; Salt Lake City, Utah
  • "Listen Up! We're Learning!"; Mrs. E; Roch Courreges Elementary School; Fountain Valley, California
  • "Help Us Bury the Hatchet"; Mrs. Whitener; Salem Elementary School; Morganton, North Carolina
  • "School's Still in Session, but Science Supplies are Scarce!"; Mrs. Coffey; Lyle Creek Elementary School; Conover, North Carolina
  • "Math Hands-on Manipulatives"; Ms. Johnson; City View Elementary School; Wichita Falls, TX
  • "Save a Tree One Screen at a Time-Part 2"; Mrs. Lowe; Sequoia Elementary School; Shafter, California
  • "I See, Touch, and Learn on My iPad!"; Ms. Seabrook; Marjorie K. Rawlings Elementary School; Gainesville, Florida 
  • "Expanding Learning Even More with an iPad Mini"; Mr. Rogers; Shelyn Elementary School; Rowland Heights, California 
  • "iPad Mini - Teaching with Technology"; Mrs. Chiappetta; May V. Carrigan Middle School; West Haven, Connecticut 
  • "Poetry Friday"; Mrs. Louthan; Walt Disney Elementary School; Alvin, Texas

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