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Grants Awarded

SPARK Awarded Over $86,000 In Grant Funds for the 2017-18 School Year

Each year, SPARK funds a variety of new and innovative programs that enrich the lives of PWCS students, teachers, and staff. These programs are not normally possible through limited budgets.

During the 2017-18 school year, SPARK awarded over $86,000 to the following Innovative Grants that directly affected students,  schools, and departments.

Battlefield High School – “Escape Room: Classroom Edition”

                                          “Real-World Graphics & Real Life Careers”

Beville Middle School – “Congressional Simulation Project”

Brentsville District High School – “Brentsville District High School Robotics Club Expansion”

Buckland Mills Elementary School – “Forte Speaker Package”

Cedar Point Elementary School – “Tech Lab”

Coles Elementary School – “A 21st Century Makerspace to Enhance Student Learning”

                                            “Rap Like a Boss”

Featherstone Elementary School – “Discovering Science through Hands-On Learning”

Forest Park High School – “Terra Firma Legos”

Graham Park Middle School – “Using VR in the Classroom”

Leesylvania Elementary School – “We Both Read – Parents & Siblings Reading Together”

McAuliffe Elementary School – “MISSION POSSIBLE: Engage Students, Enhance Learning”

Montclair Elementary School – “Developing Future Engineers with Lego Mindstorms EV3”

Mt. View Elementary School – “STEAM Collaboration in the Library”

Mullen Elementary School – “Elementary Kindle Fire Tablets”

Neabsco Elementary School – “Kodable Kids”

Patriot High School – “Summer Math Pilot Program”

Pennington Traditional School – “Project Lead the Way Launch Initiative”

Potomac High School – “The American Dream from Different Perspectives”

Potomac View Elementary School – “FIRST LEGO League Robotics Team”

PWCS Instructional Technology – “EdTech Podcasts”

PWCS Office of Community & Business Engagement – “Propelling Our Robotics Teams to Soar”

PWCS Office of Student Learning – “Legends of Learning – Integrated Science Educational Games Platform”

PWCS Office of Student Services – “Early Math Matters: Transitioning PWCS

                                                           Kindergarteners”

River Oaks Elementary School – “Blended Learning (ESOL)”

Stonewall Middle School – “Level Up with Literacy: Writing for Games”

Sudley Elementary School – “Flexible Seating for Flexible Minds”

                                              “Game Lab Collection”

                                              “Kindergarten Chicken Hatching Experience”

                                              “READ Boxes”

The Nokesville School – “Open the App, Close the Gap!”

                                        “We’re Rolling Along – Coding with Spheros”

Tyler Elementary School - “Programming Collaboration in the Library”

West Gate Elementary School – “Developing Deep Reading Comprehension by Reading Across a Series” and "Outstanding Students with Multiple  Opportunities"        

Woodbridge High School – “Viking Academy”