Sharpening the Saw II. Grant in the amount of $32,750!!
Presented to Christina Spears, Gina Vilches, Gail Roaten, Patricia Frost, Carrie Cox, Melissa McBurnett, Kay Blaha, Tom Jaggard and Michael Hannum
Grant funds will enable RFMS to continue its process of developing a campus culture prepared to sharpen the skills of all students by providing staff with the 7 Habits Signature Training. The Leader in Me process will create a campus culture prepared to hone every skill acquired by each student when he or she was at Live Oak and equip RFMS to sustain and continuously improve a leadership model that teaches students to be leaders, see potential in themselves, discover their passions and cultivate their greatness while providing them with 21st Century skills need to succeed in this ever-changing world.
Making the TEKS Connection with Technology. Grant in the amount of $19,800!!
Presented to Sara Gunn-Meche, Shay Woods, Whitney Williams, and Mitch Lynch
Grant funds will provide 90 Chome Books for eighth grade history classes that will enable student to access learning strategies in Google Classroom and utilize dynamic interactive learning opportunities on the McGraw Hill textbook website. These learning experiences enable student to make personal connections to the content through virtual tours and extended learning challenges. Their electronic portfolios will support their repetition and review of concepts to build a bridge between lessons from the Fall semester to the Spring semester.
Modern Technological Math Motivation. Grant in the amount of $12,800!!
Presented to Cindy Bapp
Grant funds will purchase 60 Chrome Books and monitoring software for grades 6-8, which will turn math classrooms into math learning labs. Students will use online textbooks, resources and manipulatives that will help them transition from concrete to abstract concepts and make connections to real-world experiences.
Hooked on Technology. Grant in the amount of $6,750!!
Presented to Carrie Cox
Grant funds will provide 30 Chrome Books for English Language Arts, which will enable students to create e-portfolios that will incorporate cross-curricular projects that highlight their individual interests and strengths. Students will create a website in Google Sites that will have multiple pages that represent the student's academics, extracurricular activities and community service.