Vote for a $2,500 Proposal

Time to vote! Thank America’s Teachers received grant applications from educators all across the country. Now you can help even further by voting on the proposals they submitted.

We will award up to sixty $2,500 grants to the top twenty vote getters in each of the three regions during the three voting periods this year.

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  • T. Gisi, Dalraida Elementary, Montgomery, AL

    Technology to Fingertips

    I am trying to provide as many IPADS for my students as possible, whether it is a class set of 25 or 1 or 2. We have not had new text books for science and social studies for at least 6-8 years, and much of the information is out-of-date. I teach reading to three classes , so at least 75 students would benefit from this technology. If the students have the technology, they could get on web sites to participate in on-line reading activities and research for writing projects. I think it is critical that students become familiar with using technology. I would love for them to know how to create and present a power point project that they have made. I would love to help them feel comfortable using the technology that is available . Many of my students do not have a computer at home, and the ones that do, can't research because of their internet plans. I would love to bring technology to their fingertips:)
    Teri Gisi
    Fourth Grade Teacher

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  • J. Gnatkowski, Glacier Hills Elementary School of Arts and Science, Eagan, MN

    Help us add arts and science to our units of study

    We have recently added 5 units of study to our literacy curriculum. These include communities, trees and weather, animals, H.A. Rey and Eric Carle. These units were provided to all kindergarten teacher in our district but because we are an arts and science magnet we need to supplement this material to make it go with our magnet them. I would love donations of art and science materials to go a step above the rest!

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  • L. Leshe, Fayetteville Public Schools, Fayetteville, AR

    Science In life!

    I am A first year science teacher. I took over the Science club at our School this first year. To be honest it was pretty lame. We didn't do much other than taking walks around our school at lunch. I would like to be able to take these students to places such as: The fayetteville environmental center, The NWA Science center, and different trails for themed hikes that focus on particular areas of science. It would be amazing to show students who are interested in science how science applies in the world all around us.

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  • C. Naylor, Kasson-Mantorville Elementary School, Kasson, MN

    iPads for the Future

    I teach 4th grade in a small rural SE Minnesota school that houses 800 students K-4. Technology is a critical skill for our student's to master in today's world. To help enhance my student's learning I would like to use this grant money to purchase iPads for my classroom. I will use the iPads to differentiate instruction, small group enrichment, and as an independent learning station. Student's are engaged while using iPads and their learning is enhanced without realizing it.
    Using this grant to purchase iPads for my classroom will help all of my students. Thank you for considering my proposal. Curtis Naylor

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  • L. Wagner, Willow River Elementary, Hudson, WI

    Stand Up Desks in the Classroom

    I would use the money to purchase stand-up desks for my third grade classroom to promote active learners and allow for a variety of instructional and learning styles. Stand-up desks help students engage in their learning and are a healthy alternative to sitting for periods of time. I am committed to helping ALL learners progress academically and socially at their highest potential. I also recognize that students must first learn "how they learn best". Providing and promoting an environment that is conducive to multiple environmental styles (sitting or standing) allows for high academic rigor with positive results.

    This is a quote from one of my students (Eleanor Neels): "I like to stand up when I am working on my schoolwork because I feel more focused. I feel more free an able to move. I feel closer to the window light that shines through. I also get a lot more work done which makes me feel good.

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  • B. Ropp, Central Elementary School, Portage, MI

    World Drum Ensemble

    This grant would enhance the education of over 400 students in their music class, K-5, with twelve tubano drums. With these drums we would do drum circles, practice rhythms, enhance programs and work on multi-cultural music to build ethnic and cultural bridges.
    The Remo 100 Series Tubano drums are high quality drums for the music classroom. These drums feature a NuSkyn® head which provides a warm sound and is tuned to give the drums their own sound. The drums are made of recycled wood materials and can withstand climate changes and exuberant playing.
    According to research, drumming increases the development of the brain. It also increases body and kinesthetic awareness. Drumming improves listening skills, focus and teamwork with peers as well as builds confidence.
    All students at Central Elementary would benefit greatly from the drumming opportunities that would abound if we were awarded this grant.

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  • G. Garcia, William J Clinton Elementary, Penitas, TX

    A dream

    I m a 5th grade teacher at William J Clinton Elem., located in Penitas, TX close to the border of Mexico; in the La Joya Independent School District. William J Clinton serves students whom come from very low social economic disadvantage status . We are located in the out side La Joya City limits. Our students come with many disadvantages. My students have family issues, economic problems, lack of public services such as a near library, parks, a museum, etc… Our students live in poverty . The life of my students is very different from those of more affluent families. Rick Villarreal's Farmers agency has helped me donating for my kids during Christmas, Thanks Giving and more. I want to be someone that helps my students become more educated, enrich their life, and this will help them change their future. . I wish I could take them to an aquarium co, to Corpus I would like to buy computers for the school and rent them so my students could work on investigations. I know if .

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  • A. Haverkamp, George Washington Middle, Laredo, TX

    School Supplies for Students

    Next year our budget will freeze in United Independent School District. Our budget will be cut and we will no receive a pay increase and have limited money for resources for our classroom. Every year I spent a generous amount of money on school supplies for students in need of supplies. It will be very difficult to keep up with the demand. Every item donated will be much appreciated. I work in an area of students with great need and the at risk population is quite large. Thank you for you support ; our students will be very grateful for any amount given. Your contributions will make the difference in our students future.

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  • C. Nolan, Frederick Middle School, Frederick, OK

    Cuts Won't Stop Us

    Our school like every school in Oklahoma will face a huge cut in our budget for the next school year. Instead of waiting to see what happens, I want to ensure my students never miss a beat and not feel the effects in my classroom. We have steadily increased our usage of technology in Reading and Writing. My students love to have opportunities to read on devices or novels. I would love for more students to be impacted. We need more e-readers or iPads for students to access books, websites, or apps in our classroom.
    We will also have fewer supplies provided with the budget cut. Instead of asking parents, who are financially unable to give any more than they can, we would love to have new supplies for our classroom. Staples, paper clips, colored paper and pencil sharpeners may seem insignificant to others. They are an everyday need to us. Many times it's the small things that make an enormous difference in the life of a middle school student.

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  • J. Truesdell, Edna Hill Middle School, Brentwood, CA

    Active Seating Creates Active Learners!

    Active seating leads to active learning! Sitting on Hokki stools instead of regular chairs will help my students stay engaged, since they must constantly make adjustments to remain balanced. This active seating has been shown to improve student focus while minimizing behavioral problems, as students will have a positive outlet for their energy. In addition, Hokki stools improve physical fitness by building core strength as students work on posture and balance during class.

    These Hokki stools will allow my kinesthetic learners to add physical activity into their work by allowing them to move while remaining seated. With these Hokki stools, students who struggle to stay focused will have the opportunity to move without distracting other students. Thank you for bringing this active seating to my active learners!

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  • J. Alexander, Pembroke Pines Elementary, Pembroke Pines, FL

    Home Grown

    I would like to create a garden at my school. As a class, I want to digging up and fertizile a section of the school. I would teach perimeter and are by having students design and build a mini fence around it. I would like them to learn about using natural fertilizers to help the plants grow. We would research how hormones in food are damaging our bodies. We will use the food that we grow as toppings for mini pizzas, in salads, in pies or casseroles. We will need gloves, gardening tools, seeds, fencing, and measuring tape. I would also like to purchase an incubator to watch how baby chicks hatch.

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  • H. Lopez, Parkview School, Steger, IL

    Technology Facilitator

    Steger School District has the unique opportunity to apply new technologies into the classroom with an instructional technology facilitator. But this facilitator needs equipment to effectively perform her job. She will be working with all K-1 grade students at the Primary Center, all 2-4 grade students and Intermediate Center and grades 5-8 at the Junior High. If we win the $2500, I plan on purchasing materials such as handheld quizzing devices, smart board interactive software, interactive motion device, etc. that will be used throughout the district. Please vote for us!

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  • D. Espinoza, Morehead Middle School, El Paso, TX

    The "Write" 2 Ride

    The Write 2 Ride is a field-trip based curriculum where students develop writing skills during each educational trip. Students today tend to think of writing as painstaking and would rather watch cats get herded. The "Write" to Ride will take students on Five Field Trips/Adventures around town. Two of those experiences will take place in the first semester and the remaining three will take place in the second. From museums to missions, it will allow at-risk 6th & 7th graders who have Limited English Proficiency to enhance their background knowledge while building literacy through writing. The students selected to participate will be students who come from families with a fixed income and whose parents can't afford such ventures. The field trips will allow these students the opportunity to experience moments that make them culturally diverse and prepare them for college. The research shows that building the students schema allows new info. to ignite making possibilities endless!

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  • R. Levine, C.I.S. 313, The School of Leadership Development, Bronx, NY

    Technology for Students in every classroom

    As a teacher in a middles school located in the Bronx, NY, with limited technology at the disposal of our students, I am convinced that by increasing the hands on use of technology in the classroom on a regular basis, we can improve the engagement, participation, and love of learning for many of our students. I have observed the use of technology at other school sites, and watched as students have raised their level of involvement with the lesson and instruction, and have improved their academic performance.
    Our school does have a "computer lab" but it is a challenge to schedule time for all students with the limited seating, available time, and working computers, which presents an obstacle to the use of this equipment.

    If we were able to have tablets for each student, or even for pairs/sets/groups of students, we could improve the use of technology, and allow students real time access to research, and explore topics across the curriculum with much improved participation.

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  • K. Jaramillo, walnut springs elementary, New Braunfels, TX

    Tech to the Future

    This is my 8th year in the teaching profession and my how the times are changing. My students and I love to create projects on our iPads and computers every week! Unfortunately, our student computers are less than reliable when we go to create and we are short the necessary number of iPads so there is a lot of big group work. We would LOVE some more iPads and possibly a laptop to help us with our creations. This year we have done several scavenger hunts with notability then put the images into a presentation using different apps or websites, we have also done some online field trips. When a new topic in science was introduced we did online research from different zoos to nasa to find information and to generate new questions. The love and excitement of learning is endless!! Please help us grow!

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  • M. Wood, Knox Community Elementary School, Knox, IN

    Pitch Perfect Science

    This proposal is collaboration between the music teacher and science teacher, allowing us to impact 170 3rd graders.
    Indiana Academic Science Standards require 3rd grade students to be able to use a variety of materials, objects, and techniques to make sound. In science classes, students can experiment with the speed of vibration and the resulting pitch. They can use this information to produce a variety of instruments, which can then be used in music class. Also in music class, the music teacher will be able to draw correlations between the student's homemade instruments, and purchased instruments. The music teacher will reinforce the science of sound in music class.
    Funds will be used to purchase the supplies needed to conduct experiments on vibration, pitch, and sound, make homemade instruments, and purchase musical instruments.

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  • D. Grant, Rothschild Leadership Academy, Columbus, GA

    Animation Initiative

    I am starting a new course this school year that involves animation. I will be teaching 8th graders the different aspects of animation. This class will start with the basics which involve flipbooks and go through each additional area of animation. Writing will also be an integral part of this initiative because the students will have to put on paper their ideas for transforming them into a moving art form. The writing and the art connection will help the students become stronger writers and more creative artists.

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  • M. Yefsky, Thomas Edison Charter Academy, San Francisco, CA

    Help My Students Celebrate Their Diversity!

    I am writing this proposal in hopes to gain funding to receive essential materials to help my students celebrate their diversity. My students come from many racial and ethnic backgrounds from across the San Francisco Bay area. My school is a Title 1 school with many of my kindergartner's qualifying for the free and reduced lunch program. My students do not have access to many materials at home and many come from struggling families and broken house holds. They often come to school feeling sad and defeated. I want to raise their spirits and celebrate how truly wonderful they are regardless of home life. My proposal is for classroom materials such as skin color crayons, paper, markers, and colored pencils to bring art projects to life with a realistic touch. I would also like to get play materials such as multicultural dolls, dress up clothes, cars, and career toys for students to be able to explore and play while feeling equally represented.

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  • J. Hackler, James Hogg Elementary, Dallas, TX

    Garden Center - Hogg Elementary

    We would like to create an outdoor Garden Learning Center for our school. We have a wonderful outside space that we wish to develop into a science / garden for our students to learn about plants ,provide the proper care, and to finally reap the benefits of their labor. In order to make this happen we need additional funding for building 12 planter boxes approximately 4'x7'x 3'. We will need lumber and metal posts for building the planter boxes. We will also need to buy soil, plants, and tools. With the help of parent volunteers and your funding we can make this a reality for our students. We feel like this would be a worthwhile project for ALL of our students participate . We have a very uniquely diverse population at our campus. We serve early childhood students starting at age 3 to general education students through grade 5. We also house 2 Deaf Education classrooms, and we are planning to add a Functional Living Skills unit in the Fall of 2015-16 school year. Thank you.

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  • L. Wendt, Parkview School, Steger, IL

    Inventing Tomorrow

    "If we teach today as we taught yesterday, we rob our children of tomorrow." (John Dewey) I would like to use this grant to provide new technological resources in my third grade classroom to better prepare my students for the world of tomorrow. A majority of my students come from low income households. Exposing them to the latest technologies will help my students to become engaged in learning and ultimately competitive in an ever progressing world. I would love to be able to buy new iPads and educational apps for my classroom. Students could use these iPads to enhance their learning in both math and reading. It would also allow me to further differentiate instruction for each of my students. I would also love to be able to buy software or educational games for the Smart Board. In addition, I would like to purchase organizational resources and materials to help organize our classroom. If I am chosen, this grant would make a positive and significant difference to my students!

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  • K. Flaherty, Canton-Galva Elementary, Galva, KS

    Special Tools For Special Learners

    I teach kindergarten through third grade special education students. Out of my 21 students,19 struggle with reading. Donations to my classroom are greatly needed and would be used to purchase the following:
    Ipads are a one of a kind teaching tool for special education. My students would have access to ebooks, as well as math, reading and sight word apps.
    Fidget toys can help special education students who may be restless during long periods of group instruction. These toys help the students learn self regulation skills, and active listening skills in order to be successful in a general classroom.
    Manipulatives can aid in reading and math instruction by giving students a hand on approach to difficult topics, such as double digit addition and multiplication.
    A visual timer can assist students stay on task and visually see the time limit on a given activity. This can help shorten instructional transition periods.

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  • A. Wheelock, Mark L. Fine ES, Las Vegas, NV

    Whiz Kids' Science Camp

    Whiz Kids' Science Camp is a proposal for an eight-day summer science camp for students in grades three through five. Students will be participating in groups of five to invent/experiment with one of three or more topics: water and sustainability, lights and electricity, and/or motors. Students will be presenting their group invention/experiment on day eight of the summer camp. The three winning team inventions/experiments will be displayed at the school in the following school year. Students will also receive a gold, silver, or bronze medal. All students will receive a camp t-shirt.

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  • W. Flora, Shawnee High School Drama, Shawnee, OK

    SmartBoard for SmartKids!

    The drama class has been displaced from a regular classroom due to there being too many teachers and not enough classrooms. We have been moved to a dressing room in our performing arts building, and must now create a functioning classroom space where students can continue to grow and learn. The school system has had extensive budget cuts and is unable to provide any equipment for our new 'classroom.' We are in search of a grant to fund or supplement fundraising to afford a SmartBoard so that students can maximize learning.

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  • M. McDonald, St. James School, Woodbridge, NJ

    Weatherbug Station School

    We would like to become a weatherbug school. Funding would be for equipment and software.

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  • J. Wyttenbach, Kasson Mantorville Middle School, Kasson, MN

    Today's Learner... Tomorrow's Future!

    "We need technology in every classroom and in every student and teacher's hand, because it is the pen and paper of our time, and it is the lens through which we experience much of our world." – David Warlick
    David Warlick hit it on the head! Our middle school students are all about the latest technology and become engaged immediately as soon as a new piece of technology or an app is introduced. They are full of energy and ready to learn, we just need the devices at their fingertips to help them engage with the many educational tools out there on the WWW.
    Our job as educators is to prepare our students to be productive citizens. Exposing children to the ever-changing technology and allowing them to explore the many possibilities will assist them in becoming successful in their future. A grant from Farmer's Insurance would mean that we could provide these students with the necessary tools to engage and collaborate with the world beyond the walls of our classroom.

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  • M. Hinde, Spaulding High School , Rochester , NH

    GD&T Certification

    I propose to give my students the benefit of GD&T Certification to improve their worth and better their chances in relationship to employment upon graduation.

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  • W. York-Jones, West Woodland Elementary , SEATTLE, WA

    Infusing Art Into Everyday

    West Woodland is a school that is passionate about its students. We strive every day to reach each of our 540 kindergarten though fifth grade students and lead them through academic and social successes and challenges. We feel that to do this in a more organic and enriching way is to integrate and infuse arts into the curriculum. This is a massive undertaking, which we cannot do without help and time.

    In this tech driven city, math and science are well funded and made the priority, while the arts are left out. Fewer schools have art and music teachers because of funding and budget cuts. We can strengthen our science and math programs at West Woodland by using art to develop critical thinking skills, spatial reasoning, and problem solving. By funding us, the teachers of West Woodland, we would be able to bring the arts directly into our classrooms! Art is about process, exploring, and inspiration. We want to foster the future through creative and innovative kids!

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  • R. Harville, Hogan-Spring Glen Elem., Jacksonville, FL

    21st Century Library

    I would like to make our school library "the place" to want to be. As the information center for our schools, library furnishings and technology should welcome students and encourage them to seek information. I would like to purchase some updated furniture to make the library more appealing and technology, such as tablets to encourage students to explore our world.

    Our school is located in an urban area , with the majority of our students coming from low, socio-economic families. Having an attractive, place to read and explore would encourage the students to spend more time in the library. Being able to use more technology to not just take a test, but to seek information that is relevant to their lives and studies, would encourage students to be life-long learners.

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  • P. Williams, Millington Elementary, Millington, TN

    Community Outdoor Learing Classroom

    MES want to extend the student's learning experiences by implementing an Outdoor Classroom w/ 2 covered seating areas, a butterfly sanctuary, a reading area, and a small vegetable garden to allow hands on, real life learning experiences. Second, a STEM Lab where we incorporate more engineering and technology experiences; to include a Space & Weather Lab to observe the sky, weather and stars. Next, a Character Building component to promote social skills so that all students will learn that service and citizenship are as important as reading and math. All of these would benefit the 800+ students at our school and also be beneficial to the entire town of Millington, TN. These learning labs would be open to be utilized by the community as well. This would help implement several summer camps and promote learning all year long. This is a dream opportunity to make learning come alive for the whole child/ family; impacting the entire community for many generations to come.

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  • K. Ramsey, Reading Central Elementary, Reading, OH

    Math Tutorial

    I would like to purchase as many Ipads for my class as posssible. I would use these Ipads to individualize instruction for my students. I have been exposed to programs that cater to struggling students and individualize their growth and still teach the common core standards. I would use this money to purchase the Ipads and the programs to individualize instruction for my struggling students.

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