The Bay Village Education Foundation has awarded $10,826 in nine classroom grants to enrich educational experiences for Bay Village Schools students.
Anne Ashley, Bay High social studies instructor, will use $1,570 to send two students to the National leadership Conference held at Camp Miniwanca in Shelby, Michigan through the American Youth Federation.
Bay High English teacher Bea Bishop, principal Jason Martin and library media specialist Melissa Wolf teamed up to win $1,596 for four televisions with Chromecast technology to mount on the school’s library walls for student collaborative project work.
Bay High science teacher Michael Clifford will use $1,500 to enter a student team into the Buckeye Regional FIRST Robotics Competition.
Bay High newspaper advisor and English teacher Heather Fanter was awarded $500 to purchase a camera for newspaper photographers to use.
Megan Basel, a school counselor, was awarded $1,886 to attend training in order to present and become a coach for ROX (Ruling our eXperiences), a program that equips sixth-grade girls with the knowledge and skills necessary to live healthy, independent, productive and violence-free lives.
A Bay Middle School team of educators including Patrick Barrett, Colleen DiLallo, Theresa Flamos, Paula Michaud, Lauren Stanislaw, Kristi Stannert, and Elizabeth Tehran will use $1,080 for 12 Wobble stools to help students who need to wiggle in order to focus.
Mindfullness Meditation and Mental Well Being is the focus of a grant submitted by Matt Kralik, Bay Middle School social studies teacher. Five MUSE meditation assistants will be purchased with the $1,095 award to give biofeedback to students as they learn to quiet their minds.
Special needs students in Collin Lackey’s eight-grade classes will benefit from more flexible seating thanks to a $1,442 grant awarded to him for standing desks, Wobble chairs and Vidget seats.
Bay Middle School science teachers Eric Caddey, Amanda McLin and Camille Sheehan will purchase three digital microscopes with their award of $1,671 to allow the teachers to model how to manipulate the microscope using the digital live image display on a large screen.
The Bay Village Education Foundation funds grants to enrich classroom education in the Bay Village City School District. Learn more about them at www.bayedfoundation.org.