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Education Foundation awards classroom grants

Education Foundation leader Eric TomThe Logan County Education Foundation awarded $19,506 in education grants to provide area students innovative learning experiences in Logan County classrooms during the 2013-2014 school year.

The Building Grants are sponsored by the Logan County Education Foundation and made possible by the community and corporate support of LCEF fundraising activities. A grant from the Honda of America Foundation assisted with funding the Building Grants.

LCEF manages Dedicated Grants which are privately funded by individuals or organizations and are awarded on a competitive basis for individual classroom or teams of teachers to implement.  This year a grant from the Dayton Power and Light Foundation funded a science based grant in each of the four school districts.

Building grants

Building Grant Awards are based on student enrollment

  • BELLEFONTAINE HIGH SCHOOL – 7 Habits For Highly Effective Teens, $1147.00
  • BELLEFONTAINE MIDDLE SCHOOL – Discovery Through Dissection, $871.00
  • BELLEFONTAINE INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL – Leaders at the Forefront, $861.00
  • BELLEFONTAINE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL – Courtyard Habitats, $905.00
  • BENJAMIN LOGAN HIGH SCHOOL – Proven Test Taking and Time Management, $822.00
  • BENJAMIN LOGAN MIDDLE SCHOOL – Pay Attention to Comprehension, $773.00
  • INDIAN LAKE HIGH SCHOOL – Face Time, $801.00
  • INDIAN LAKE MIDDLE SCHOOL – Interactive Math Notebooks, $717.00
  • INDIAN LAKE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL – Be the Solution, Not the Problem, $934.00
  • RIVERSIDE HIGH/MIDDLE SCHOOL – Scholastic Scope Intervention, $413.00
  • RIVERSIDE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL – Finding Out Who They Were, $532.00

Dedicated Grants

Dedicated Grants are privately funded

  • AAUW Logan Co. Branch Annual Building Grant, Teamwork Tackles Nature’s Fury, written by Benjamin Logan Curriculum Director Sally Stolly to be implemented by Amy McCormick, $1000.00.
  • William R. and Helen Dodge Family Grant, Building a Better Tomorrow by InterACTing, written by Riverside teacher Michelle Weadock, $200.00.
  • Dayton Power and Light Foundation Grants, one per district
    • Bellefontaine: The Green Machine, written by Sandy Chervenak, $1250.00
    • Benjamin Logan: Exploring Renewable Energy, written by Sally Stolly $1250.00.
    • Indian Lake: Harnessing the Power of Nature, written by Pam Scarpella, $1250.00
    • Riverside: The Exciting World of Science, written by Kellea Wilkinson, $1250.00
    • Phil and Jean Forsythe Teacher Grant, Finding My Way in This World, written by Bellefontaine teacher Lindy Penhorwood, $500.00
    • Kenneth Jones Memorial Grant, Zoo in the Sky, Benjamin Logan Curriculum Director Sally Stolly, $280.00
    • Walter & Marie Lamb Memorial Grant, Read Live written by Indian Lake teacher Gina Evers, $750.00
    • Logan County Bar Assn. /Daniel C. Johnson Grant, Educating, My Country Tis of Thee, written by Benjamin Logan Curriculum Director Sally Stolly, $600.00
    • Logan County Solid Waste Management District Grant, Nature in a Bottle, written by Benjamin Logan Middle School art teacher Jennifer Davis, $1000.00.
    • James Milroy Foundation Team Grant, Agriculture at Your Fingertips, $600.00, written by Benjamin Logan teacher Lora James
    • Ritter Family Memorial Grant, Legos, Not Just for Playtime Anymore, written by Indian Lake teacher Theresa Nelson, $500.00.
    • Pat Roby Academic Grant, COSI In Depth: Kidney Transplant, written by Ohio Hi-Point teacher Erin Dearth, $300.00.
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