​​Lincoln County R-III Education Foundation

2018-19

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Events Calendar

2018-19

* Fundraising Event

  • July 8 -             Lincoln County Fair Parade
  • August 6-9        R-III Open Houses
  • September 20-  Donor Breakfast
  • October 27 -      City of Troy Pumpkin Fest
  • November 7 -      Grant Application Workshop
  • November 14 -    Grant Application Workshop
  •  February 4 -     Grant Applications Due
  • February 23 -     *Comedy Night
  • March 13 -R-III Health Fair/*Buick Drive One
  • April 13  -         A Night at the Hungate    
  • May -               *Major Saver Card Sales
  • May -                2019 Grant Brigade

2017 Grant Awards 


 Boone Elementary
Amount: $2,418     Reading
This grant is funding a classroom library of current fiction series titles to serve all students in the 4th grade. These books will encourage Boone 4th graders to enjoy reading for years to come.  Oh, the places they'll go, reading books!

Boone Elementary
Amount: $2,230     Technology
This grant will fund iPads for a Boone Kindergarten classroom.  With iPads, the students can practice reading and writing skills, and the technology enables beginning readers to have extra help with challenging words.  Ipads allow more students to experience read-aloud stories and get excited about learning to read.  This grant, in conjunction with two other awarded grants, provides the entire Kindergarten grade level with the benefit of iPads to support their learning.

Boone Elementary
Amount: $2,230     Technology
This grant will fund iPads for a Boone Kindergarten classroom.  With iPads, the students can practice reading and writing skills, and the technology enables beginning readers to have extra help with challenging words.  Ipads allow more students to experience read-aloud stories and get excited about learning to read.  This grant, in conjunction with two other awarded grants, provides the entire Kindergarten grade level with the benefit of iPads to support their learning.

Boone Elementary
Amount: $2,230     Technology
This grant will fund iPads for a Boone Kindergarten classroom.  With iPads, the students can practice reading and writing skills, and the technology enables beginning readers to have extra help with challenging words.  Ipads allow more students to experience read-aloud stories and get excited about learning to read.  This grant, in conjunction with two other awarded grants, provides the entire Kindergarten grade level with the benefit of iPads to support their learning.

Boone Elementary
Amount: $2,425     PLTW Launch
A Project Lead The Way (PLTW) Launch pilot will be funded with this grant.  This elementary level STEM curriculum is designed to teach students to be collaborative problem solvers and build upon their critical thinking skills. This experience will peak the interest of our students at a younger age and allow them to explore the connections between science, math, engineering, and technology.

Boone Elementary
Amount: $1684     Sensory Tools
This grant will provide any student with a needed sensory tool designed to provide sensory input that will help them to be calm, focused, and ready to learn. To coincide with the purchasing of these sensory items all staff will be trained on why, how, and when to use and maintain the sensory-based equipment by a staffed occupational therapist or a staffed occupational therapist assistant.

Claude Brown Elementary
Amount: $2,500     PLTW Launch
Project Lead The Way (PLTW) Launch curriculum will be funded with this grant.  This elementary level STEM curriculum is designed to teach students to be collaborative problem solvers and build upon their critical thinking skills. This experience will peak the interest of our students at a younger age and allow them to explore the connections between science, math, engineering, and technology.

Claude Brown Elementary
Amount: $2,204     PLTW Launch
Project Lead The Way (PLTW) Launch curriculum for the elementary Flight Program will be funded with this grant.  This elementary level STEM curriculum is designed to teach students to be collaborative problem solvers and build upon their critical thinking skills. This grant will purchase supplies for existing PLTW modules and introduce new modules to the lesson plan.

Cuivre Park Elementary
Amount: $2,500      PLTW Launch
Project Lead The Way (PLTW) Launch curriculum will be funded with this grant.  This elementary level STEM curriculum is designed to teach students to be collaborative problem solvers and build upon their critical thinking skills. This experience will peak the interest of our students at a younger age and allow them to explore the connections between science, math, engineering, and technology.

Cuivre Park Elementary
Amount: $2127     Sensory Tools
This grant will provide any student with a needed sensory tool designed to provide sensory input that will help them to be calm, focused, and ready to learn. To coincide with the purchasing of these sensory items all staff will be trained on why, how, and when to use and maintain the sensory-based equipment by a staffed occupational therapist or a staffed occupational therapist assistant.

Cuivre Park Elementary
Amount: $945     Special Education / Language
This grant will purchase a curriculum for special education that uses social thinking resources to build pragmatic language and social skills.

Cuivre Park Elementary
Amount: $2485     Special Education / Writing
This grant will purchase curriculum for special education students that will improve students' oral and written narratives.  Clear, effective communication is a very important skill for student success.

Cuivre Park Elementary
Amount: $1800     Special Education / Life Skills
This award will provide opportunities for the most significantly cognitively impaired students to access the community and transfer skills taught in the classroom into the “real world.” Teachers are able to provide instruction in communication, math, language arts, and social skills, but they cannot help students apply any of these skills in the community in real life situations. The ability to transfer these skills will have a huge impact on their post-secondary transition to adulthood.

Early Childhood Education Center
Amount: $2500     Special Education / Socialization
This award will provide two hand-pedal tricycles so that all students can enjoy recess time.  Special needs students will now have equipment that allows them to join their friends and build social skills at playtime.

Hawk Point Elementary
Amount: $2,425     PLTW Launch
Project Lead The Way (PLTW) Launch curriculum will be funded with this grant.  This elementary level STEM curriculum is designed to teach students to be collaborative problem solvers and build upon their critical thinking skills. This experience will peak the interest of our students at a younger age and allow them to explore the connections between science, math, engineering, and technology.

Hawk Point Elementary
Amount: $610     Reading
This award will make more book titles available to students.  Reading is the backbone of education and current, age-appropriate books that get kids excited about reading help to advance this skill.

Lincoln Elementary
Amount: $2500     Reading
This grant is to purchase the Leveled Literacy Intervention Gold System for reading students at Lincoln Elementary.  By helping students who are struggling early, they can overcome challenges and continue to press forward in their achievements without falling behind.  This curriculum provides evaluations and reading selections that align with a student's skills as they progress and continue to challenge, without frustrating them.

Lincoln Elementary
Amount: $2251     PLTW Launch
Project Lead The Way (PLTW) Launch curriculum will be funded with this grant.  This elementary level STEM curriculum is designed to teach students to be collaborative problem solvers and build upon their critical thinking skills. This experience will peak the interest of our students at a younger age and allow them to explore the connections between science, math, engineering, and technology.   This grant, along with a pilot program last year, and three other grants awarded this year, will bring PLTW Launch to every grade level in Lincoln Elementary.

Lincoln Elementary
Amount: $2288     PLTW Launch
Project Lead The Way (PLTW) Launch curriculum will be funded with this grant.  This elementary level STEM curriculum is designed to teach students to be collaborative problem solvers and build upon their critical thinking skills. This experience will peak the interest of our students at a younger age and allow them to explore the connections between science, math, engineering, and technology.   This grant, along with a pilot program last year, and three other grants awarded this year, will bring PLTW Launch to every grade level in Lincoln Elementary.

Lincoln Elementary
Amount: $2485     PLTW Launch
Project Lead The Way (PLTW) Launch curriculum will be funded with this grant.  This elementary level STEM curriculum is designed to teach students to be collaborative problem solvers and build upon their critical thinking skills. This experience will peak the interest of our students at a younger age and allow them to explore the connections between science, math, engineering, and technology.   This grant, along with a pilot program last year, and three other grants awarded this year, will bring PLTW Launch to every grade level in Lincoln Elementary.

Lincoln Elementary
Amount: $2395     PLTW Launch
Project Lead The Way (PLTW) Launch curriculum will be funded with this grant.  This elementary level STEM curriculum is designed to teach students to be collaborative problem solvers and build upon their critical thinking skills. This experience will peak the interest of our students at a younger age and allow them to explore the connections between science, math, engineering, and technology.   This grant, along with a pilot program last year, and three other grants awarded this year, will bring PLTW Launch to every grade level in Lincoln Elementary.

Lincoln Elementary
Amount: $2500     Reading
This grant is to purchase the Leveled Classroom Library for a first-grade classroom at Lincoln Elementary.  This library will provide reading selections that align with a student's skills as they progress and continue to challenge, without frustrating them.  This grant coupled with two other awarded grants this year will provide these libraries for all first-grade classes at Lincoln.

Lincoln Elementary
Amount: $2500     Reading
This grant is to purchase the Leveled Classroom Library for a first-grade classroom at Lincoln Elementary.  This library will provide reading selections that align with a student's skills as they progress and continue to challenge, without frustrating them.  This grant coupled with two other awarded grants this year will provide these libraries for all first-grade classes at Lincoln.

Lincoln Elementary
Amount: $2500     Reading
This grant is to purchase the Leveled Classroom Library for a first-grade classroom at Lincoln Elementary.  This library will provide reading selections that align with a student's skills as they progress and continue to challenge, without frustrating them.  This grant coupled with two other awarded grants this year will provide these libraries for all first-grade classes at Lincoln.

Lincoln Elementary
Amount: $2345     Reading
This grant is to expand a classroom library for a kindergarten classroom at Lincoln Elementary.  The new selections will provide more levels and variety as students progress toward reading mastery.  A second funded grant, along with this one, makes these titles available to all of Lincoln Kindergarten.

Lincoln Elementary
Amount: $2345     Reading
This grant is to expand a classroom library for a kindergarten classroom at Lincoln Elementary.  The new selections will provide more levels and variety as students progress toward reading mastery.  A second funded grant, along with this one, makes these titles available to all of Lincoln kindergarten.

Lincoln Elementary
Amount: $2500     Reading
With this award, Lincoln Elementary will purchase books from the Fountas & Pinnell Classroom Set Collections.  These books align with curriculum to provide practice and enrichment material to improve learning to read.

Main Street Elementary
Amount: $1489     Learning Environment / Seating
This grant will provide a classroom with flexible seating options.  These choices give students more control over their learning environment to create more engagement and positive learning options.

Main Street Elementary
Amount: $2,500     PLTW Launch
Project Lead The Way (PLTW) Launch curriculum will be funded with this grant.  This elementary level STEM curriculum is designed to teach students to be collaborative problem solvers and build upon their critical thinking skills. This experience will peak the interest of our students at a younger age and allow them to explore the connections between science, math, engineering, and technology.

Main Street Elementary
Amount: $2,500     PLTW Launch
Project Lead The Way (PLTW) Launch curriculum will be funded with this grant.  This elementary level STEM curriculum is designed to teach students to be collaborative problem solvers and build upon their critical thinking skills. This experience will peak the interest of our students at a younger age and allow them to explore the connections between science, math, engineering, and technology.

Main Street Elementary
Amount: $2,500     PLTW Launch
Project Lead The Way (PLTW) Launch curriculum will be funded with this grant.  This elementary level STEM curriculum is designed to teach students to be collaborative problem solvers and build upon their critical thinking skills. This experience will peak the interest of our students at a younger age and allow them to explore the connections between science, math, engineering, and technology.

Ninth Grade Center
Amount: $2,500     PLTW Biomedical
This grant will support the PLTW Biomedical class.  Funds will be used to purchase consumable materials to enable the hands-on teaching method in this advanced STEM course.

Troy Buchanan High School
Amount: $2,289     PLTW Biomedical
This grant will support the PLTW Biomedical class.  Funds will be used to purchase consumable materials to enable the hands-on teaching method in this advanced STEM course.

Troy Buchanan High School
Amount: $2,132     PLTW Biomedical
This grant will support the PLTW Biomedical class.  Funds will be used to purchase consumable materials to enable the hands-on teaching method in this advanced STEM course.

Troy Buchanan High School
Amount: $2,500     Band
These funds will be used to purchase new chimes for the TBHS marching band.  The new chimes will replace equipment that is 50 years old and no longer repairable.

Troy Buchanan High School
Amount: $2,500     Art
This grant will contribute to funding the remodeling of an art classroom.  This new classroom will support a new teaching method for art fundamentals, which utilizes access to supplies for a more open format methodology.

Troy Buchanan High School
Amount: $2,500     Physical Education
This grant will partially fund the purchase of heart rate monitors for high school PE courses.  The heart zone readings which are visible to students and teachers, help students keep their exercise in their target range and allow teachers to monitor the progress and success of each student at his own individual fitness level.

Troy Buchanan High School
Amount: $2,303     Human Body Systems
This grant will purchase models of various muscular systems for use in hand-on learning in the human body systems class.  Students are better able to visualize the concepts being taught using these accurate models.

Troy Buchanan High School
Amount: $2,477     Special Education / Job Skills
This grant will purchase a die cut machine and supplies to equip a job skills class for special education.  Students will use the equipment and supplies to create and build notepads to sell.   They learn following directions, listening skills, marketing, selling, and working as a team.

Troy Buchanan High School
Amount: $2,476     Special Education / Job Skills
This grant will purchase a die cut machine and supplies to equip a job skills class for special education.  Students will use the equipment and supplies to create and build notepads to sell.   They learn following directions, listening skills, marketing, selling, and working as a team.

Troy Middle School
Amount: $2,023     Reading
This grant will be used to create book clubs for the English department.  Students will have access to more books at more levels to deepen their reading skills and comprehension.  A companion grant is also funded for Troy South Middle School so that all Junior High Students will have equal access to this instruction.

Troy Middle School
Amount: $2,482     Reading
Funds awarded to Troy Middle School Library will make popular library titles available on eBooks.  These books can now be checked out and read on the students' iPads.

Troy Middle School
Amount: $1,080     Science
This grant will be used to purchase a classroom set of Brock Magiscopes.  These will be used to support investigations and discovery of the natural world.

Troy Middle School
Amount: $1,250     Reading
This grant will be used to purchase books and reading curriculum to enhance reading instruction for students enrolled in Leveled Literacy Intervention.  It expands upon a prior grant to continue to make the program accessible and expansive for students.  A companion grant has also been awarded to Troy South Middle School so that all junior high students in reading intervention has access to these resources.

Troy South Middle School
Amount: $ 2,465     Art
A digital art initiative is being funded with this grant.  Applications and equipment will be purchased for use with iPads to allow students access to digital tools and methods in art and building a portfolio.

Troy South Middle School
Amount: $ 2,022     Reading
This grant will be used to create book clubs for the English department.  Students will have access to more books at more levels to deepen their reading skills and comprehension.  A companion grant is also funded for Troy Middle School so that all Junior High Students will have equal access to this instruction.

Troy South Middle School
Amount: $1,250     Reading
This grant will be used to purchase books and reading curriculum to enhance reading instruction for students enrolled in Leveled Literacy Intervention.  It expands upon a prior grant to continue to make the program accessible and expansive for students.  A companion grant has also been awarded to Troy Middle School so that all junior high students in reading intervention has access to these resources.

William Cappel Elementary
Amount: $2,500     PLTW Launch
Project Lead The Way (PLTW) Launch curriculum will be funded with this grant.  This elementary level STEM curriculum is designed to teach students to be collaborative problem solvers and build up on their critical thinking skills. This experience will peak the interest of our students at a younger age and allow them to explore the connections between science, math, engineering and technology.

William Cappel Elementary
Amount: $2,500     PLTW Launch
Project Lead The Way (PLTW) Launch curriculum will be funded with this grant.  This elementary level STEM curriculum is designed to teach students to be collaborative problem solvers and build up on their critical thinking skills. This experience will peak the interest of our students at a younger age and allow them to explore the connections between science, math, engineering and technology.

William Cappel Elementary
Amount: $1,245     Reading
This grant will purchase access to a new digital library of nonfiction literature.  This database will be available to all students at William Cappel Elementary.