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Make a lasting impression on the Shippensburg Community and build a better SASD at the same time!

2020-21 Mary Jane Taylor Education Mini-Grants application available NOW!

The 2020-21 Mary Jane Taylor Education Mini-Grants application is available as of March 1, 2020. The Greyhound Foundation has set aside $8,000 for this program which supports innovation in SASD classrooms through grants ranging from $250 to $1,000. Click below for more information and scroll down to see the 2019-20 recipients.

We are proud to acknowledge the following Mini-Grant winners for 2019-20!

  • Mike Peters (high school)- $900 to support the school newspaper printing

  • Kim Yonish (high school)- $900 for flexible seating

  • Carrie Krebs and Cara Varholy (middle school)- $582.46 for PBIS student activities

  • Eric Foust (high school)- $350 for Cricut for the Classroom (practical and STEM-related skills)

  • Jaime Shirk (high school)- $1,000 for Author-In-Residence, Children's Literature (professional writing instruction)

  • Renee Stewart (high school)- $398.80 for Gaming Solutions for Pandemics (management and solutions for epidemics)

  • Brooke Bell (intermediate)- $544.99 for Fruit Friday (task organization and money)

  • Beth Jones (intermediate)- $900 for Celebrating a Range of Choices in Literature (create a culture of reading)

  • Victoria Dennis (high school)- $1,000 for Active and Flexible Seating

  • Elizabeth Laird (middle school)- $450 for SAMS Room 1 Coffee House Project (job skills)

  • Stacey Rotz (middle school)- $220 for Stock Market Exploration (real-life application of Algebra)

  • Shannon Heckman and Holly Garner (elementary, Grace B Luhrs)- $1,000 Shippensburg Community Little Free Libraries (community access to books and encourage love of reading)

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