Grants in Action


MFE Grant Summary

Total Grants Provided Since Inception: $270,942

                             

                Grants/Scholarships Funded for 2017-2018                         

1.    Medway Oral History Project - $300

High School

2.   Playtime Meets Programming - $3,026

McGovern School

3. (ADL) A WORLD OF DIFFERENCE Institute Peer Training Program - $6,500

Middle School

4. Middle School Makerspace: What Will You Create? - $3,745

Middle School

5. Leo J. Dugas Memorial Scholarships (Bettencourt & Grandmont) - $200

High School

6. MFE Social Media Internship Scholarship - $1,250

High School




                 Grants Funded for 2015-2016                         

1.    Music Education Integrated Preschool - $900

McGovern School

2.   WeatherBug System - $7,990

Burke/Memorial

3.   Investigating Rotational Motion - $2,100

High School

4.   Middle School Garden - $3,290

Middle School

5.   Stability Balls (grades 2-5) - $2,700

Memorial and Middle

6.   Customized Book Bags for                         

Reading Workshop - $3,200

         McGovern and Memorial

7.   Reflex Math - $2,696

Memorial

8.   Lost Boys of Sudan to Medway - $1,200

         Middle School

9.   Science Saturday for Girls - $3,000

   Memorial

10.  Permanent District Student Art Collection - $1,000


11.  Micropipettes for molecular genetics applications - $5,873


12.  BOKS (Reebok Foundation before school physical activity) - $1,200


13.  Flexible CLassroom/Differentiating Instruction - $1,393


14. Student Tools Project - $1,200


15.  Fostering Curious Readers - $1,600


16. JSTOR (access to the highest quality academic journals, books, etc.) - $2,000


17. Leo J. Dugas Memorial Scholarship (Bettencourt & Grandmont) - $200


The opening of the Permanent Art Gallery!




Our McGovern School students have loved the books granted to them through our Curious Readers grant!



This March we funded STEM Saturday for Girls, a day of empowerment in STEM subjects for elementary and middle school girls! 

The Lost Boys of Sudan presentation in January. 




We recently granted stability balls for elementary school classrooms!
         
  


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