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The Public Education Fund is raising Money for a
Video Distribution System (VDS) to benefit South Windsor High School

Please donate to the SWPEF using the Paypal link on the left

How would the high school use the video distribution system?

 

South Windsor Public Education Fund
Gifts of $70,738 in Grants from Inception

2006 – June, 2014

$37,000 for the special project at SWHS
purchasing a Video Distribution System

Timothy Edwards Middle School
Total: $15,172

David Anderson: $150 “Project Excel”
Kristin Heckt: $250 “Science Olympiad” Award:
Dina Keleher and Susan Tandy:Program: $750 “Jump Start” mentoring program
Steve Anderson: $4000 for Phases I and II of the World Drumming Program
Emily Murphy: $1000 for the Jump Start Mentoring Program.
Nancy Simison: $1770 for a Soundfield System installed in Alt 6.
Gino Gaucher: $1762 for a Smart Board for the 7th grade Science Dept.
Jennifer Baker: $1360 for CPR/AED staff training.
Sarah Malinoski and Catherine Drury: $2130 Kindle Books
Alyssa Gwinnell: $2000 for Smart Board Response Cards

South Windsor High School
Total $26,541

plus special project: $37,000

Ann Wolff: $2000 “Safety Town Consumer Town” pres-school awareness program .
Earth Sciences Classes: $1683: Turning Point Response Card Technology
Deb Field and Janet Belval: $5000 for a Green Roof Project
Innovation Team led by David Olio and Ed Duclos: $300 from SWPEF and $3700 from the
SWHS-IF for the 21st Century Classroom, total $4000.
Matt Epler and Donna Lynch: $2000 for Smart Slate
Matt Epler: $3196 for 1 SMART Auto Response PE and 3 SMART Auto Response receivers
Matt Epler: $1047 for 3 SMART Slates
Matt Epler: $2000 for training for the Math Department on SMART Auto Response
Joshua Kraus: $3000 for SMART Response PE Better Clickers
Barbara Laurain: $1325 for Unified Theatre program
Deb Field: $4990 for Design in Nature Field Study Pilot Program

Eli Terry Elementary:
Total $4,000

Dana Vitterito: $2000 for POP literacy kits
Maura Buyak: $2000 for Kindles for Kids grades 3-5

Wapping Elementary:
Total $3710

Sue Grenier: $210 Rocks and Minerals Program
Rebecca Paauwe: $1000 for an Outdoor Classroom for Children with Autism.
Laura Hickson: $2500 for 5 day in-school drama and literacy residencies
Kim Lavado: $3500 for Reading Intervention support equipment for a portable SmartBoard

Orchard Hill School:
Total $5590

Laura Bosak: $750 “Wolf Talk”
Barbara Johnson and Kelly Smagacz: $540 “Smart Talk”
Rebecca McCoy: $1250 Wechsler Individual Achievement Test
Vicky Parent and Kelly Smagacz: $2550 for 2 Soundfield Systems
Sandra Charbonneau $500 Reading Fur Fun

South Windsor School District:
Total $3500

Dr. Mary Murray: $1500 Program: “Literature for the Multi-Cultural Learner”
Nicole Papa: $2000 for Parents as Educational Partners-English Language Learners

Pleasant Valley School:
Total $4025

MaryAnn McAndrew: $1200, “Connection to Literacy through Drama with Hartford Stage”
Debra Beveridge and Nancy Peck for 5 website license for Fast ForWord
Mary Ann McAndrew: $1300 for Lights, Camera, Action, working with camera obscura

Philip R. Smith School:
Total $4700

Julie Ratajczak and Nicole Long for Document Cameras and Smart Responders grades K and 1

SWHS-IF:
Gifts of $9500 in Grants from 2007 -2010 SWHS:
Total $9500

Foreign Language Department:
$1000 International cable program

English Department:
$8500 e-portfolio and technology innovation program.