Spring 2021 Grant Recipients Announced!

On Thursday, April 1, 2021, West Shore School District Superintendent, Dr. Stoltz, along with several West Shore Foundation Board Members, surprised several staff members with the news that they had won a West Shore Foundation Educator Innovation Grant. Thanks to support from our community, donors, and sponsors, the Foundation was able to fund a combined total of $11,694.94 to assist Distirict staff in bringing their visions to reality. For the entire 2020-2021 school year, the Foundation has awarded just under $25,000 in Educator Innovation Grants!

Congratulations to our Spring 2021 Educator Innnovation Grant recipients…

Brian Baumbach and Ryan Maxwell
Allen Middle School
Technology Education Coding & Robotics
$2,100

Carol Brame, Tara Luckenbaugh, and Katie McCarty
Crossroads Middle School
Learning Geometry & Simple Machines with 3D Printing
$1,896.32

Pam Bush and Ryan Maxwell
Allen Middle School
3D Design Challenge
$1,225

Chris Champion
Red Land High School
Physical Computing for Programming
$1,350

Tricia Chapman, Jennifer Heverling, and Ryan Maxwell
Hillside Elementary
Computer-Aided and 3-D Printing Initiative
$2,000

Kirste Failla, Jackie Fritz, and Ryan Maxwell
Rossmoyne Elementary
3D Design Challenge for Grades 3-5
$1,026

Matthew Topping
Cedar Cliff High School
Digital Mixing
$1,749

Justin Weaver
Cedar Cliff High School
Thermal Imaging Across the District
$348.62

West Shore School District teachers and staff - the next deadline for Educator Innovation Grants is June 1st, 2021!! We cannot wait to see all your innovative ideas to bring to your classroom.

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Please contact the West Shore Foundation office for more information about how you can make a positive impact on our students and teachers.

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(717) 932-1818  /  executivedirector@westshorefoundation.org