Winter 2015 Grant Program Awards
The KPPN is proud to announce that it funded the following grants for the 2015-16 school year:
- Science Dept. – applicant Matt Gorr
- Range Force Sensors used in Dynamic demonstrations in Physics.
- Biology Dept. – applicant Loreen Meyer
- Classroom equipment: Nova video, liquid chalk markers, pop beads, agreement driven inquiry into Biology
- Science Dept. – applicants Ann Lambert & Joe Giancioppo
- Technology Dept. – applicant Erik Nelson, Engineering Design
- 3D printer supplies provided by alum the Govoni Family
- Art Dept. – applicants Danielle Pollard & Shannon Cress
- Raku pottery class provided by the Welch Family
This year was the first year for a Teacher’s Wish List, this is separate program than the Enrichment Grants and gifts are funded on a rolling basis throughout the year.
For the 2015-16 school year the KPPN provided funds for the following wishes:
- Language Dept. – applicant Victoria D’Annunzio
- a one year subscription to News in Slow Spanish
- Business Dept. – applicant Eric Swansburg
- Swingline electric stapler, subscription to National Business Education Assoc. publication.
Winter 2014 Grant Program Awards
Winter 2013 Grant Program Awards
The KP Parents’ Network is pleased to announce the funding of several grants for King Philip teachers. In early December 2013 we invited teachers to apply for the grants and applicants were notified of their grant status at the end of the month. There were many worthwhile applications for funding and only a select few were funded during this grant cycle:
· Hand-held Microscope for Biology students
· Ipad mini and applications for Special Education students
· Piti Theatre drama performance at KP for French students
· Production equipment for TV Production students
· Ant farms and Bug Jugs for Science students
· Supplies for Pathway Café for Special Education students
· 3D printer materials kit for Engineering/Technology students
We wish the recipients success and thank them for their efforts on behalf of the KP community. This is a new KPPN program and with the continued support of membership dues and fundraising, we hope we can make this an ongoing program.