2022 Classroom Grant Winners

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    In 2022, the Everett Public Schools Foundation had 61 Classroom Grant applications and was able to fund 47 grants in 23 of our schools for a total of $35,443. Our Classroom Grants recognize the innovation and creativity of our teachers. This year, we were simply overwhelmed by the enthusiasm, dedication, and innovative thinking shown by our teachers. Their passion for education and their love for their students, as well as for their profession, was noticeable in every grant proposal we reviewed. Whether it was for STEM, increased literacy, or to prepare young minds for college or the workplace, one factor remained constant- These amazing educators just want to TEACH! Their determination not to let anything stand in the way of their desire to teach our students is nothing but courageous!


    Congratulations to our winners!

    Cascade High School:

    • High Interest- Low Readers
    • Promoting Multi-Language Learners Success through Reading and Research

    Cedar Wood Elementary:

    • Fostering Biliteracy, Inclusivity, and Multiculturalism Through Bilingual Books
    • Busy Bee First Graders: Learning to Code with Bee Bots!

    Emerson Elementary:

    • Accommodating Sensory Needs
    • Soaring on Stage
    • "Art is an experience, not an object." (Robert Motherwell)
    • Falcons SOARing!


    Everett High School:


    • Project I Heart Reading --The Freshmen Edition
    • EHS Music Program California Performance Tour


    Everett Virtual Academy:


    • Virtual Stem Project


    Evergreen Middle School:


    • Heritage Students visit Sea Mar Museum of Chicano/a Latino/a Culture!
    • Get in Touch with Our Emotional Intelligence


    Forest View Elementary:


    • Physical Education for Every Body!


    Garfield Elementary:


    • Skip Counting on the Kraken
    • Clay Projects for Garfield!

    Hawthorne Elementary:

    • Embracing Diversity Through Literacy

    HM Jackson High School:

    • Community Access for All
    • Van De Graff Machines for JHS Physics

    Jackson Elementary:

    • It's Primary! Building Orthographic Mapping Skills Through Phonics Kits
    • Conscious Discipline for Social Emotional Learning
    • Ready!.Set!.Read!!
    • Wiggle While You Work
    • High Interest Low Readability Literature for Reluctant Older Readers
    • Just Right Readers

    Jefferson Elementary:

    • Bridging the Play Gap! (between PE and recess)

    Lowell Elementary:

    • Assistive Technology: Allow Students to Realize Their Potential

    Madison Elementary:

    • Watch How We Grow!
    • Water Safety for All!

    Mill Creek Elementary:

    • Burke Museum Boxes

    Monroe Elementary:

    • Future Engineers - Building Bridges Together

    North Middle School:

    • Transportation for Orchestra Festival

    Penny Creek Elementary:

    • Kindness Matters
    • Sensory tools in the classroom
    • Keep the Big Classes Rolling!

    Sequoia High School:

    • Sequoia Makerspace Development
    • SEL for Alternative Education

    Sequoia/Port Gardner School:

    • Help Fill the Sequoia Squirrel Bookshelves

    Silver Firs Elementary:

    • Rocket Design
    • Inspiring the Minds of our Readers and Writers at Silver Firs

    Silver Lake Elementary:

    • Providing pathways to ensure 3rd grade literacy for all students
    • Building Foundational Reading Skills
    • Sensory Items for Kindergarten Classroom
    • Adaptive Seating for Classrooms to Support Neurodivergent Populations

    Whittier Elementary:

    • STEAM Learning Takes SHAPE in the Classroom
    • Skills, Strategies, and Support for Student Success

    Woodside Elementary:

    • Outside Sensory Wiggles