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2009 - 2010 Teacher Grants Recipients
The 2009 - 2010 grants ranged from $500 to $1,000.
37 teachers applied for grants, and 17 were selected.
The teachers who received grants are:
Braintree High School science teacher Lynn Mills, $614 for a teachers’ document presenter that provides students what is in view on a microscope.
South Middle School’s Betsy Willis, $500 for “Science Through Solar Panels”.
East Middle School teacher William Glover, $1,000 for “The River Study” that allows students to collect and analyze samples from Smelt Brook in Pond Meadow Park.
Deborah Vose, Christina Norris, and Dagmar Lebron, $1,000 for a portable interactive board.
Tara McKenzie, $1,000 for a classroom LCD projector for a math concepts program.
South Middle School teacher Christine Mazei, $1,000 for a portable interactive board.
Beth Pyliotis, $500 for a classroom LCD projector.
Flaherty School teacher Elaine Marcell, $500 for level guided reading books.
Mary Quigg, $500 for a creative writing program.
Melanie Chiles, $500 for “Storywork” that enhances the English Language Arts curriculum through writing, grammar, and vocabulary.
Highlands School teacher Patricia Cook, $1,000 for “Traveling Tales” that encourage family involvement in literacy.
Hollis School teacher Lisa Katilus, $1,000 for a cardio fitness program.
Liberty School teacher Betsy Cahill, $1,000 for a math program.
Morrison School teacher Julianne Quintiliani, $500 for a math concepts program; Jodi Fleming, $500 for a reading incentive program.
Ross School teacher Kathy Sharkey Jordan, $1,000 for a digital book presenter.