Teachers receive $13,000 in grants
The Roaring Fork Public Education Foundation awarded 25 teachers last week with money totaling $13,000 for professional development. Grants are to be used for training, conferences and other development. This year, the foundation has awarded $50,000 in grants for professional development and innovative teaching throughout the Roaring Fork School District. This year’s winners are: n Lyn Bair, Bridges High School, The Highly Qualified Principaln Sara Boyd, Basalt Elementary School, Colorado Writing Projectn Doug Bristol, Basalt High School, Technology in Education conferencen Lynn Cassidy, Glenwood Springs Elementary, Opening Doors: Spanish Study in Guatemalan Kevin Denton, Basalt Middle, Integrated Teaching for Problem-Based Expeditionary Learningn Jennifer Ellsperman, Basalt Middle, Improving Reading & Writing workshopn Bonnie Fischer, Crystal River Elementary, Technology in Education conferencen Barbara Foran, BES, Learning & Inspiration national conferencen Marcee Hobbs, BES, Accelerating Reading Skills of Studentsn Ellen Huttenhower, Carbondale Community School, Integrating Art Throughout Curriculan Francie Jacober, CCS, Integrating Art Throughout Curriculan Robin Jacober, BMS, Integrated Teaching for Problem-Based Expeditionary Learningn Ted Kauffman, CCS, ASC-UVG Teacher Service Learning in Guatemalan Jalyne Lessig, BMS, Technology In Education conferencen Sydney McBrayer, CRES, National Kindergarten Teacher conferencen Vicki Patterson, BES, Colorado Writing Projectn Ellie Roberts, BMS, Integrated Teaching for Problem-Based Expeditionary Learningn Michael Schneiter, Bridges, Climbing Recertificationn Lynne Simmons, CRES, Bridge Abroad: Spanish Study in Oaxacan Shellie Smith, GSES, Spanish Study in Oaxacan Andrea Sprung, Glenwood Springs Middle, NY Stock Exchange Teacher Workshopn Megan Talbott, BES, Enhanced Writing Skillsn Joyce Tena, CRES, National Kindergarten Teacher Conferencen Maureen Thompson, BES, Bridge Abroad: Spanish Study in Oaxacan Marie Voss-Patterson, CRES, ASCD Conference: Instruction & Understanding
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