Projects

NEEF awards grants to innovative education projects each year. Projects enrich curriculum and create opportunities for students and teachers that would not exist otherwise.

2017 applications will be accepted beginning on January 23, 2017.
Due dates: March 5, 2017 by 10 p.m. for digital copies and March 9, 2017 by 4 p.m. for hard copies 
Projects awarded in 2016

2014-2015

  • Bulverde Creek Elementary: Chromebooks 3rd Grade Co-Teach
  • Camelot Elementary: 2015-2016 Battle of the Books
  • Camelot Elementary: Strategic Data Collection for Guided Reading
  • Canyon Ridge Elementary: Legos for Learning
  • Canyon Ridge Elementary: Leveled Literacy Intervention
  • Castle Hills Elementary: Do the Math
  • Cibolo Green Elementary: Leveled Literacy Intervention
  • Coker Elementary: Leveled Literacy Assessment Kit
  • Colonial Hills Elementary: Technology in the Gym
  • Colonial Hills Elementary: Scholastic FASTT Math Next Generation
  • DATA Middle School Magnet: Makey Makey and Raspberry Pi's
  • Driscoll Middle School: iPads
  • El Dorado Elementary: Science Lab
  • Encino Park Elementary: BrainPOP & BrainPOP Jr.
  • Fox Run Elementary: Mentor Text Integration into Writers Workshop
  • Fox Run Elementary: Fountas and Pinnell Benchmark Assessment System
  • Hardy Oak Elementary: Challenge Boxes/ Makers Club
  • Harmony Hills Elementary: Reading Intervention Investment
  • Harris Middle School: Harris Middle School Community Garden
  • Huebner Elementary: STEAM Makerspace
  • International School of the Americas: Borderland: A Collaborative Exploration
  • Jackson Middle School: Exercise Balls
  • Johnson High School: Scientific Journals and Polarimetry Materials
  • Johnson High School: Tower Garden
  • Larkspur Elementary: Number Operations Exploration
  • Las Lomas Elementary: Novel Studies
  • Las Lomas Elementary: LEGO Education WeDo STEM Packs
  • MacArthur High School: Field Microscopes
  • Madison High School: Global Issues Reading Intervention
  • Madison High School: Contemporary Issues for Pre-AP
  • Northwood Elementary: Books in a Series
  • Northwood Elementary: Author Study: Kate DiCamillo
  • Oak Meadow Elementary: BrainPOP, BrainPOP Jr. and Brain POP Espanol
  • Regency Place Elementary: FASTT Math
  • Regency Place Elementary: Literacy Resources
  • Roan Forest Elementary: "Trailblazers United through Literacy"
  • Royal Ridge Elementary: Soaring High with Patriot Pride
  • Royal Ridge Elementary: iPads for the Classroom
  • Serna Elementary: Benchmark Assessment System and LLI
  • Stahl Elementary: Invent to Learn through Makey Makey
  • Steubing Ranch Elementary: Big Books for Shared Reading
  • Tuscany Heights Elementary: Leveled Literacy Intervention Systems
  • Wilderness Oak Elementary: Research/Genius Hour
  • Wilshire Elementary: Awesome Anchor Charts
  • Wilshire Elementary: Bridging Literacy to Home
  • Woodstone Elementary: Project Tech UP
  • Woodstone Elementary: Great Tone On Your Xylophone!

2013-2014

  • Bulverde Creek Elementary: Engaging Struggling Readers and Dyslexic Learners with iPads
  • Bulverde Creek Elementary: Literacy Instruction and Assessment
  • Camelot Elementary: Fountas & Pinnell Assessment Systems & Interventions
  • Camelot Elementary: Spirit Sticks to Promote Students
  • Cibolo Green Elementary: App Crayon Stylus
  • Cibolo Green Elementary: Bookroom Boost
  • Clear Spring Elementary: Gardening at Clear Spring
  • Coker Elementary: Coker Book Room
  • Colonial Hills Elementary: Here We Grow
  • Dellview Elementary: Hands-on Math!
  • Dellview Elementary: Reading Intervention and Instruction
  • Ed White Middle School: Nook E-Readers
  • Encino Park Elementary: Leveled Reading Support for Home and School Initiative
  • Fox Run Elementary: Book Fair Excitement Every Day!
  • Hardy Oak Elementary: Magnet Magic!
  • Hardy Oak Elementary: BrainPOP, BrainPOP Jr. and BrainPOP Espanol
  • Harmony Hills Elementary: Improving Reading Intervention
  • Harris Middle School: Harris Middle School Community Garden
  • Hidden Forest Elementary: Maker Studio (B.O.S.S. HQ)
  • Huebner Elementary: Moving and Learning with Manipulatives
  • Las Lomas Elementary: Leveled Literacy Instruction
  • MacArthur High School: The MacTEACH Tutoring Program
  • Montgomery Elementary: Engaging Nonfiction Book Room Update
  • Northwood Elementary: Graphic Novels
  • Oak Grove Elementary: Super Science Station
  • Oak Grove Elementary: Panther Wellness Trail
  • Oak Meadow Elementary: BrainPOP Campus Subscription
  • Oak Meadow Elementary: Fountas & Pinnell Leveled Literacy Intervention
  • Olmos Elementary: Bluebonnet Reading Project
  • Regency Place Elementary: Regency Robo-Knights EV3 to Achieve!
  • Robert E. Lee High School: US History EOC Success Program
  • Roosevelt High School: AP Stylebooks
  • Royal Ridge Elementary: iPads for Music Literacy
  • Royal Ridge Elementary: Ramp up the Reading Level at Royal Ridge!
  • Serna Elementary: Fountas & Pinnell Benchmark Assessment System
  • Serna Elementary: Impacting the Scientist of the Future at Serna
  • Steubing Ranch Elementary: The Power of Early Reading Intervention
  • Stone Oak Elementary: "Spark"ling Science Technologies
  • Thousand Oaks Elementary: Reading Benchmarking and Assessment Systems
  • Tuscany Heights Elementary: Codeable Classroom
  • Wilshire Elementary: Fountas & Pinnell Leveled Literacy Intervention 
  • Wood Middle: Wood Think Tank
  • Woodstone Elementary: Leap Frog Reading
  • Woodstone Elementary: Leveled Literacy Intervention Kits

2012-2013

  • Camelot Elementary: Musical Growth through Instrumental Foundations
  • Castle Hills Elementary: Update Math/ Science Collection
  • Coker Elementary: High Interest Differentiated Non-Fiction Reading
  • Colonial Hills Elementary: Soaring to New Heights in Reading
  • Colonial Hills Elementary: Action Based Learning Lab
  • Dellview Elementary: Larger-than-Life Learning!
  • Dellview Elementary: Visual and Hands-on Math Resources
  • Ed White Middle School: Uniforms & Materials
  • Encino Park Elementary: Benchmarking in Guided Reading
  • Harmony Hills Elementary: Listen to a Book!
  • Harmony Hills Elementary: Piano/Keyboard Unit
  • Las Lomas Elementary: Unleashing the Magic of the Ukulele
  • Lee High School: Cooperative with Texas Cave Management Assoc.
  • Longs Creek Elementary: Campus Literacy Intervention
  • Northwood Elementary: Chris Van Allsburg Author Study
  • Oak Grove Elementary: Panther Literacy Package
  • Oak Grove Elementary: Motor Lab
  • Oak Meadow Elementary: Schoolwide BrainPOP Subscription
  • Steubing Ranch Elementary: Intervention to Make a Difference
  • Tejeda Middle School: Science Learning Field
  • West Avenue Elementary: “By Reading I Write and By Writing I Read!”
  • Wetmore Elementary: Library Literary Lunch Bunch (5th Grade Book Clubs)
  • Wilderness Oak Elementary: Action Based Learning Lab
  • Wilderness Oak Elementary: Leveled Readers for Homework
  • Wilshire Elementary: Classroom Instrument Replacement

2011-2012

  • ACE: Technology Applications Curriculum ACE: Dave Ramsey’s Foundations in Personal Finance
  • Bradley Middle School: Van De Graff Generator
  • Bulverde Creek Elementary: Technology in the Classroom
  • Camelot Elementary: Foundations of Music Explored Through Instrumentation
  • Camelot Elementary: The Leader in Me/ 7 Habits of Highly Effective People
  • Dellview Elementary: Science Reference Books
  • Dellview Elementary: Creating Student & Parent Leaders/ 7 Habits of Happy Kids
  • Dellview Elementary: Leaders Begin in Kindergarten
  • Ed White Middle School: 21st Century Library—Nook eReader
  • Eisenhower Middle School: READVive: Reviving Reading for Fun 2
  • Encino Park Elementary: Leveled Literacy Intervention
  • Fox Run Elementary: Poetry Picnics For All
  • Harmony Hills Elementary: Outdoor Investigations
  • Harris Middle School: Resources for “Harris Believe It or Not” Museum
  • Harris Middle School: Parent Tools and Resources for Student Success
  • Huebner Elementary: Guided Reading Book Room
  • Huebner Elementary: Specialized Support
  • ISA: International Book Club
  • Jackson Middle School: Nook Books for Student Success
  • Johnson High School: Advanced Placement US History Review Program
  • Las Lomas Elementary: World Music Drumming/Cross-Curricular Student Enrichment
  • Las Lomas Elementary: Leader in Me
  • Lee High School: Community Garden
  • Longs Creek Elementary: Physical Education Mats
  • Longs Creek Elementary: Science Labs
  • MacArthur High School: Dictionaries in Classrooms
  • Nimitz STEM Academy: Building 3D Printer
  • Northwood Elementary: Fairy Tale Battle Library
  • Oak Meadow Elementary: Schoolwide BrainPOP Subscription
  • Oak Meadow Elementary: Guided Reading Level Assessments
  • Redland Oaks: Carpet Seating for First Graders
  • Ridgeview Elementary: Leveled Literacy Intervention
  • Tejeda Middle School: World History Curriculum
  • Tejeda Middle School: Beyond the Walls—Drawing Outside the Classroom
  • Thousand Oaks Elementary: ELA, Reading Small Group—Leveled Reading
  • West Avenue Elementary: Intensive Literacy Learning
  • Wilderness Oak Elementary: First Grade iPads
  • Wilderness Oak Elementary: Playaway Vies
  • Windcrest Elementary: Action Based Learning System for Shining Stars
  • Windcrest Elementary: Books for Shining Stars K-2
  • Windcrest Elementary: iPads for Shining Stars

2010-2011

  • Ace: Spanish learner - Lifetime communicator
  • Ace: Technology Applications Curriculum
  • Bulverde Creek Elementary: Co-Teach Technology
  • Bulverde Creek Elementary: Team Star (Tools Enrich And Model Strategies To Activate Reading)
  • Camelot Elementary: Teacher Mate handheld computer system
  • Camelot Elementary: Math Matters
  • Castle Hills Elementary: Book Room Explosion
  • Churchill High: Work based learning for life skills students
  • Cibolo Green Es: Life Science Study of Plants
  • Cibolo Green Es: Lab on Wheels
  • Clear Spring Elementary: Loading the Literacy Lab
  • East Terrell Hills Elementary: Science is Blooming
  • Eisenhower Middle: 21st Century Learning Libratory - Library 2.0 + Web 2.0 = Learning 2.0
  • Harris Middle: The Garden Getaway
  • Huebner Elementary: Robotics Program
  • ISA: International Book Club (IBC)
  • Lee High School: Water Conservation through Native Landscaping and Rainwater Harvesting
  • Longs Creek Elementary: Using Reading A-Z with the Apple I Touch
  • Longs Creek Elementary: Quia Web Tools Subscription
  • Northern Hills Elementary: Scholastic Text Talk Kits
  • Oak Meadow Elementary: Schoolwide BrainPOP Subscription
  • Redland Oaks Elementary: Fairy Tale Battle/Battle of the Books
  • Serna Elementary: Differentiated Instruction Downloaded
  • Stahl Elementary: Campus-wide Enhancement through Technology
  • Tejeda Middle: Forensic Science Program
  • Tuscany Heights Elementary: Lego WeDo Getting Started Package
  • Wilderness Oak Elementary: Guided Reading Greatness!
  • Wilderness Oak Elementary: iPod Nanos Intervention
  • Wilderness Oak Elementary: Math Workstation/Learning Center Games

2009-2010

  • Bradley Middle: Scholastic Read About Program
  • Colonial Hills Elementary: Battle of the Books
  • Dellview Elementary: Bluebonnet Incentive Program
  • Dellview Elementary: History Alive
  • Eisenhower Middle: Nonfiction Matters - Using Nonfiction Books to Teach Critical Reading
  • Encino Park Elementary: Equipping Students to Uncover the Mysteries of Math
  • Encino Park Elementary: Instructional Aids for Enrichment and Remediation
  • Fox Run Elementary: Read and Explore! Science and Social Studies
  • Fox Run Elementary: Benchmark Comprehension Strategy Posters and Leveled Text
  • Frank Tejeda Middle: Prism Literary and Art Magazine
  • Harmony Hills Elementary: Fitness for All
  • Harmony Hills Elementary: Read with Your Eyes and Ears
  • Harmony Hills Elementary: World Music Drumming
  • Huebner Elementary: Entry Level Robotics
  • International School of the Americas: International Book Club (IBC)
  • Lee High School: Technical Theater DVD Library
  • Mac Arthur High: Team Seph: Tell the Story
  • Northern Hills Elementary: Take home bookpacks
  • Northwood Elementary: High Interest Reading Material for Third Grade Reluctant Readers
  • Regency Place Elementary: Subject wide Campus Improvement - Earth and Space Science
  • Regency Place Elementary: Read at Home
  • Serna Elementary: Reader's Theater for Emergent and Beginning Readers
  • Serna Elementary: School Wide Math Vocabulary Initiative
  • Stone Oak Elementary: Orbit Double Takes Books
  • White Middle School: Second Step - Student Success through Prevention
  • Wilderness Oak Elementary: Texas History Literature Connections

2008-2009

  • Bulverde Creek Elementary: Kindergarten – Listen
  • Bulverde Creek Elementary: First grade – Developing and Building Fluency Skills
  • Camelot Elementary: 3rd Grade - Title One-559 Students
  • Camelot Elementary: All Students – Reading is Thinking
  • Clear Spring Elementary: Grades K-5 – Integrating Math and Literature
  • Dellview Elementary: Grades 2-5 – Junior Great Books
  • Dellview Elementary: 256 students – Gateways to Science
  • East Terrell Hills Elementary: Grades K-1 - English Picture Book Libraries for Bilingual Students
  • East Terrell Hills Elementary: 4th Grade
  • East Terrell Hills Elementary: Grades K-5 – Achieving the Write Way
  • El Dorado Elementary: Grades 3-5 – World Music Drumming
  • Fox Run Elementary: Grades 3-5 (GT Students) – Videoconferencing
  • Garner Middle: Grades 6-8 - Socio-Economically Disadvantaged Students & English Language Learners Science Department – Enhanced Science Lab Items
  • Huebner Elementary: Grades 1-5 (GT Students) - G/T Engineering
  • Larkspur Elementary: Grades 3-5 – school wide Literacy Room
  • Longs Creek Elementary: 1st Grade - Karaoke Reading in the Classroom
  • MacArthur High: Grades 9 - 12 - Dictionary/Thesaurus in the classrooms
  • North East School of the Arts: Visual Arts – Art History Resources
  • North East School of the Arts: Tech Theatre classes – DVD Library
  • North East School of the Arts: Creative Writing Resource/Enrichment Materials
  • Northern Hills Elementary: 5th Grade – National Geographic Theme Sets
  • Northern Hills Elementary: Grades 1- 4 – Energized Reading
  • Oak Grove Elementary: 300 students – Integrating Science and Social Studies into Reading
  • Oak Grove Elementary: 400 students – Guided Reading Resource Room
  • Oak Meadow Elementary: 5th Grade - Math TAKS Review Support Materials
  • Olmos Elementary: Grades 4-5 - Connecting All Curriculum through Science Daybooks and Reader’s Handbooks
  • Serna Elementary: Grades K-2 – Benchmark Non-Fiction Content Area Leveled Texts
  • Serna Elementary: Grades 3-5 – Math Support
  • Serna Elementary: Grades K-1 – Learning through Music
  • Wilderness Oak Elementary: 186 students – Integrating Science into Reading and Guided Reading Centers
  • Wilderness Oak Elementary: All Kindergarten Regular Education students – Social Studies and Science Curriculum Theme Boxes
  • Wilshire Elementary: At-Risk Students of Monolingual Spanish Speaking Parents – Parent Academy/Thirst for Knowledge
  • Woodstone Elementary: All Students Who Can Read - Scholastic Reading Counts
  • Woodstone Elementary: All Students - Drum Roll Please

2007-2008

  • ACE: Life After ACE College & Career Readiness Program
  • Bradley Middle: Listen Up Project
  • Bradley Middle: Student Success Initiative Classes, “QUIZDOM for WISDOM”
  • Camelot Elementary: Grades K-1 – Literacy Bags
  • Camelot Elementary: Extras for 4th Graders Project
  • Clear Spring Elementary: Building Science Capacity through Inquiry
  • Dellview Elementary: Grades K-5 - Literacy Center Project
  • Fox Run Elementary: Kindergarten - Science Alive
  • Fox Run Elementary: Grades 3-5 - National Geographic Nonfiction Reading & Writing Workshop Sets
  • Fox Run Elementary: Grades 2-5 - E.D.G.E., Enrichment Designed for Gifted Excellence Academy Project, GT Students
  • Huebner Elementary: Grades K-2 - Units of Study for Primary Grades
  • Longs Creek Elementary: Grades 3-5 - Science Club Project
  • MacArthur High: Grades 10-11 - Mimio in the Classroom Project
  • MacArthur High: PAL Program
  • North East School of the Arts: Technical Theater
  • North East School of the Arts: Cinema Theater
  • Northwood Elementary: Leveled High Interest Reading Material for 3rd Grade
  • Redland Elementary: Science Literacy Program – Kindergarten
  • Roosevelt High: Implementation of College Board College Ed Advisory Program Project – All Students
  • Serna Elementary: Grades 3-5 - School Wide Tutoring
  • Steubing Ranch Elementary: 5th grade - CORE Knowledge Project
  • Wilderness Oaks Elementary: Grades 3-4 - Fluency & Comprehension through Audio Books
  • Wilderness Oaks Elementary: Play that Book Project
  • Wilshire Elementary: 4th grade - Voyager Passport Reading Program
  • Woodstone Elementary: Reading Riders Project, All At-Risk Students

2006-2007

  • Bradley Middle: Grades 6-8 - Listen Up!
  • Bulverde Creek Elementary: Kindergarten - Project SMART (Science/Math/Reading)
  • Camelot Elementary: Grades K-2 - Leap Pads: Reading, Writing, Math
  • Camelot Elementary: 4th Grade - Library of Math Manipulative
  • Churchill High: Grades 9-12 - Parents, The Missing Link
  • Clear Spring Elementary: Grades K-2 - Clear Spring Bookroom
  • Dellview Elementary: Grades K-5 - It’s in the Bag
  • East Terrell Hills Elementary: Grades K-5 - Super Science
  • Eisenhower Middle: Grades 6-8 - Ike Book Club
  • Fox Run Elementary: Grades K-5: Backpack Science
  • Fox Run Elementary: 5th Grade - Marilyn Burns Classroom Math Library
  • Hardy Oaks Elementary: Grades K-5 - Target the Question Program
  • Harmony Hills Elementary: Grades 3-5 - GT: Hands on Cells
  • Harmony Hills Elementary: 4th Grade - Science: 4 Blocks Reading Integration
  • Harmony Hills Elementary: Grades 2-5 - National Geographic Science Theme Sets
  • Huebner Elementary: Grades K-5 - Guidance Lessons on Character Traits
  • International School of the Americas: 10th Grade - Cultural Exchange with a Chemistry Perspective
  • Larkspur Elementary: Grades 1-3 - Math Take Home Totes
  • Lee High School: 10th Grade - TAKS Treasure Hunt
  • Northern Hills Elementary: 5th Grade - Supporting Science Curriculum
  • Northern Hills Elementary: 5th Grade - National Geographic Theme Sets
  • Northwood Elementary: Grades 2-3 - Leveled High Interest Reading Material
  • Oak Meadow Elementary: Grades 1-5 - Target Fluency & Comprehension
  • Reagan High: Grades 9-11 - Theasauruses for TAKS ELA Testing
  • Redland Oaks Elementary: 3rd Grade - Science Essentials for Laboratory Investigations
  • Ridgeview Elementary: Grades 3-5 - Book Clubs/Literature Circles
  • Roosevelt High: All IPC Students: Shooting for the Stars Reading in Science
  • Royal Ridge Elementary: 3rd Grade - Vocabulary Word-A-Day
  • Serna Elementary: Grades K-2 - Science Lab
  • Serna Elementary: Grades K-5 - Tutoring/TEKS Tutoring
  • Steubing Ranch Elementary: 1st Grade Bilingual: Reading Resources
  • Wilshire Elementary: Grades K-5 - Teaching Books: Multimedia Resource
  • Windcrest Elementary: Grades K-5 - Shining Stars Motivate with Math
  • Wood Middle: 8th Grade - Power to the Pupil Learning Center
  • Woodstone Elementary: Grades 1-5 - Scholarstic Reading Counts Program
  • NEISD Library Program: Grades K-5 - Read Kids Read

2004-2005

  • Academy of Creative Education: Science students - Micro Chemistry Lab
  • Castle Hills Elementary: 1st Grade - 4 Blocks, Guided Reading
  • Dellview Elementary: Grades K-5 - Accelerated Reader Tests
  • East Terrell Hills Elementary: Grades K-5 - Facilitating Development of Oral Vocabulary
  • Encino Park Elementary: Cultural Literacy – What Every American Should Know
  • Encino Park Elementary: Exemplars Math – Performance Assessment Tasks
  • Encino Park Elementary: Core Knowledge – History and Geography
  • Fox Run Elementary Kinder: Beginning Readers - School/Home Literacy Connection
  • Fox Run Elementary: 1st Grade - Shared Reading Enrichment with Big Books (4Blocks Strategies)
  • Fox Run Elementary: Grades 3-5 - Literacy in an Integrated Social Studies and Science Curriculum
  • Fox Run Elementary: Moving toward Healthier Students
  • Garner Middle: 4MAT
  • Harmony Hills Elementary: HHTV – a Weekly Television Broadcasting Class
  • Hidden Forest Elementary: Grades K-2 - Be Cool Coping with Difficult People video series
  • Huebner Elementary: 1st Grade - Science Manipulatives
  • Huebner Elementary: Kindergarten - Social Studies Curriculum
  • Huebner Elementary: Kindergarten - Science Curriculum
  • Huebner Elementary: 2nd Grade - Nonfiction books to add to Foss Kits on Air, Weather, Solids, Liquids
  • International School of the Americas: Students interested in Spanish proficiency - Spanish Learning Center
  • International School of the Americas: 10th Grade - Tranzando los Pasos del Camino Real: Tracing the Path of the Camino Real
  • Jackson Middle School: Dyslexic students and low readers - “The Reading Remedy” – Closing the Gap
  • Larkspur Elementary: at-risk Kindergarteners: Kinder Katchup
  • Northwood Elementary: 2nd Grade - Science Success!
  • North East School of the Arts: Tech Theatre Majors and others - Technical Theater Studies
  • Oak Grove Elementary: Violence Prevention Curriculum
  • Oak Grove Elementary: Grades K-2 - Developing Primary Writing
  • Oak Grove Elementary: Grades 3-5 - Non-fiction/Informational Big Books for the Upper Grades
  • Reagan High School: 10th Grade - English II – Style and Voice
  • Roan Forest Elementary: Grades 2-5 - Write Traits Classroom Kits
  • Royal Ridge Elementary: Pre-Kindergarten - “Milestones in Language Development”
  • Royal Ridge Elementary: Boardmaker
  • Royal Ridge Elementary: 4th Grade - Sports Journal Writing
  • Serna Elementary: Kindergarten - Leap Pad Stations for Curriculum Enrichment
  • Serna Elementary: 1st Grade - 4Blocks Literacy Center
  • Serna Elementary: 2nd Grade - Pearson Learning: CORE Knowledge History and Geography Program
  • Serna Elementary: 3rd Grade - Pupil progress with Pearson
  • Stahl Elementary: 4th Grade - Science and Reading Integrated Curriculum
  • Stone Oak Elementary: 1st Grade - Leveled Readers (4Blocks Program)
  • Thousand Oaks Elementary: 2nd Grade - “Second Grader Investigators”
  • Wilshire Elementary: Kindergarten - Improving Kindergarten Literacy through Science and Social Studies
  • Wilshire Elementary: Grades Pre-K - 5 - TumbleBook Library “c-books for e-kids”
  • Windcrest Elementary: Grades K-5 - Shining Stars Read to Succeed – Reading room for Windcrest students
  • Windcrest Elementary: Grades K-5 - Windcrest “Investigation Station” – Science Laboratory
  • Woodstone Elementary: Scholastic Reading Counts Program

2003-2004

  • Academy of Creative Education: Expansion of Our New Multicultural Resource Center
  • All Elementary Schools: Grades K-5 - Coordinated Approach to Child Health (CATCH) Curriculum
  • Castle Hills Elementary: Kindergarten - Building Blocks/Shared Reading
  • Castle Hills Elementary: 1st Grade - Science and Math Programs
  • Colonial Hills Elementary: Read at Home
  • Dellview Elementary: Craft Lessons with Literature, Using Science Big Books as Models
  • Eisenhower Middle: ALE students: Reading and Writing Enhancement
  • Encino Park Elementary: In S.T.E.P. – Inquiry Based Science & Technology
  • Hardy Oak Elementary: “The Ledger Line Learner”
  • Hardy Oak Elementary: Core Knowledge, History and Geography – Pearson Learning Group
  • International School of the Americas: 10th Grade - Trazando los Pasos del Camino Real – Tracing the Path of the Camino Real
  • Jackson-Keller Elementary: Science Equipment
  • Larkspur Elementary: “Larkspur Elementary Celebrates Reading”
  • Longs Creek Elementary: 4th Grade - Reading in Social Studies Content
  • North East School of the Arts: Audio & Video Editing Software
  • Madison High: Agriscience Program - Aquaponics
  • Madison High: Learning Center
  • Oak Grove Elementary: Math Resources
  • Oak Grove Elementary: Panther Principle Resources
  • Oak Grove Elementary: 3rd Grade - Trade Books to Support 6-Trait Writing Assessment and Instruction
  • Oak Meadow Elementary: Installation and Implementation of “Kidspiration” software onto work-stations in our computer labs
  • Oak Meadow Elementary: Grades K-3 - Rigby Literacy Program
  • Olmos Elementary: Science Lab
  • Regency Place Elementary: Texas Bluebonnet Award
  • Ridgeview Elementary: 5th Grade - Social Studies and Reading Integration
  • Ridgeview Elementary: Grades 4-5 and Special Ed students - Buddy Program
  • Ridgeview Elementary: Kindergarten - Building Integration
  • Roan Forest Elementary: Bookroom Project (Guided Reading Books)
  • Royal Ridge Elementary: Grades PPCD-2 - Movement Math
  • Royal Ridge Elementary: Pre-Kindergarten - “All Aboard the Literacy Express”
  • Royal Ridge Elementary: Be Cool (Violence Prevention Video Series)
  • Serna Elementary: 2nd Grade - Pearson Learning/CORE Knowledge History and Geography Program
  • Serna Elementary: 3rd Grade - Core Enrichment
  • Serna Elementary: 4th Grade - Core Knowledge
  • Stone Oak Elementary: 3rd Grade - Core Knowledge Materials

2002-2003

  • Academy of Creative Education: A Multicultural Resource Center
  • Castle Hills Elementary: 3rd Grade - World Explorer Carpets
  • Castle Hills Elementary: Speech and Special Ed students - Boardmaker Computer Program
  • Castle Hills Elementary: Grades K-2 - Spanish Curriculum books
  • Churchill High School: Art students - Funding for software for Graphic Design III and IV Classes
  • Clear Spring Elementary: Grades Pre-Kinder-1 - Early Literacy Program: Ready Set Read
  • Dellview Elementary: Grades Pre-Kinder-1 - Early Literacy Program: Ready Set Read
  • Driscoll Middle: Students and Parents - Reading Rocks Book Club
  • Garner Middle: 6th Grade math students - Math Intervention Program
  • Hardy Oak Elementary: 4th Grade science and math students - Capacity/Volume Stations
  • Hidden Forest Elementary: Math and Literature Integration
  • International School of the Americas: Biology and Environmental Science students - Marine Ecosystems of the World
  • Jackson-Keller Elementary: Math students - TERC Investigations
  • Larkspur Elementary: Math Frog Production
  • Larkspur Elementary: Math Keys
  • Larkspur Elementary: Parents - “Covey for Families” Parent Workshops
  • Longs Creek: 1st Grade - Reading Restaurant
  • Northwood Elementary: 5th Grade and families - Making Connections
  • Northwood Elementary: Grades 3-5 - Leveled Readers for Literature Circles in Four Blocks Reading Method
  • Oak Meadow Elementary: Grades 3-5 gifted students - Arts Teach
  • Oak Meadow Elementary: Special Ed students - Investigations Math
  • Roan Forest Elementary: Science Lab
  • Ridgeview Elementary: Special Ed students - Motor Lab
  • Ridgeview Elementary: Integrating Nonfiction Theme Related Books into the Four Blocks Framework
  • Royal Ridge Elementary: Pre-K bilingual ESL students - “Building the Community Around Us”
  • Serna Elementary: Kindergarten - Core Knowledge Essentials
  • Serna Elementary: 1st Grade - Core Knowledge History and Geography Program
  • Serna Elementary: 2nd Grade - Core Integration through Second Grade Guided Reading Leveled Books
  • Serna Elementary: 4th Grade - Core Knowledge
  • Stone Oak Elementary: 3rd Grade - Core Knowledge Materials
  • Wilshire Elementary: Pre-K students - Bilingual/PK Program
  • Wilshire Elementary: Grades K-1 - Listening Centers and Book/Cassette Library
  • Wilshire Elementary: 2nd Grade - Pair-It Book Sets
  • Woodstone Elementary: Reading Counts

2001-2002

  • 4 Elementary schools: Kids Involvement Network/Challenge Program (academic software)
  • 14 Elementary schools: Gifted Students of Grades 1-5 - Learning Enrichment and Problem Solving, Leaps books
  • Bush Middle: 8th Grade - History Alive! (American history curriculum materials)
  • Castle Hills Elementary: Speech students - Earobics Step 1 and Step 2 (software)
  • Castle Hills Elementary: Spanish Program Celebrates “Fiesta” (contest materials)
  • Castle Hills Elementary: 3rd Grade - Non-fiction Guided Reading (books)
  • Colonial Hills Elementary: Typing/Keyboard Skills (software)
  • Colonial Hills Elementary: “Cougars That Excel” (incentives for outstanding academics and excellent conduct)
  • Colonial Hills Elementary: I Can Do It! (activity kits for critical/algebraic thinking)
  • Colonial Hills Elementary: “Partners in Reading” reading awards program
  • Driscoll Middle: R2BC – Reading Rocks Book Club (books)
  • Ed White Middle: Texas Habitat Outdoor Classroom (tools and planting materials)
  • Eisenhower Middle: Grades 7-8 ALE students - ALE Workskills (time clock)
  • Encino Park Elementary: Kids in S.T.E.P. - Algebra resource kit and science FOSS Kits, and Science Lab
  • Garner Middle School: 7th Grade - Literature Circles books
  • Harmony Hills Elementary: 3rd Grade - Educational Fontware
  • Hidden Forest Elementary: School-wide Implementation of Investigations in Number, Data, and Space (math manipulatives)
  • Huebner Elementary: 5th Grade - Science FOSS Kits for instruction of earth science
  • International School of the Americas: Intercambios - Centering the Ideas of Immigration and Business through the Humanities, an Immersion of Language and Culture (supplies and curriculum materials for guest foreign students)
  • Jackson-Keller Elementary: Kindergarten - Home-school Literacy Program (books)
  • Jackson-Keller Elementary: Grades 4-5 - Guided Reading/Literature Circle Books for Fluent Readers
  • Lee High School, North East School of the Arts, and International School of the Americas: Apparel/Fashion Design focusing upon costume design for NESA productions using the FashionCAD software program
  • Northwood Elementary: Grades 4-5 - Reading Rocks! (books)
  • Oak Grove Elementary: Grades 4-5 - Guided Reading Books for 4Blocks Reading Program
  • Oak Grove Elementary: 1st Grade - Home Connection Collection (books)
  • Oak Meadow Elementary: 1st Grade - Using Reader’s Theater Within Our Guided Reading Program (kits & books)
  • Oak Meadow Elementary: Math Resource Material (books)
  • Serna Elementary: 1st Grade - Interactive Math (software)
  • Serna Elementary: 3rd Grade - 4Blocks to Success (books)
  • West Avenue Elementary: Integrating Social Studies into the 4Blocks Framework (books)

2000-2001

  • Academy of Creative Education: ACE, Ink., an Exciting Expansion, Creating Our Own Bookbinding Lab in the Classroom (software & equipment)
  • Colonial Hills Elementary: Awards Ceremony Program (citizenship awards & Witte tickets)
  • Colonial Hills Elementary: Students and personnel - Puzzles Are Us! (Tessellation Puzzles)
  • Colonial Hills Elementary: Reading Awards Program
  • Driscoll Middle School: Reading Rocks Book Club (R2BC) (book club titles)
  • Eisenhower Middle: 8th Grade - History Alive! The U.S. History to 1900 Program (books)
  • Harmony Hills Elementary: Accountability Pyramid Discipline Program
  • International School of the Americas: Science students - Coral Reef Ecosystems and Freshwater Ecosystems of Texas (aquariums & supplies)
  • Jackson-Keller Elementary: Funtastic Friday (supplies)
  • Krueger Middle: Resource English students - Resource Materials in Support of Writing across the Curriculum (books)
  • Krueger Middle: Qualified 7th and 8th Graders - Support for PreAdvanced Placement Courses (books)
  • Larkspur Elementary: Larkspur Pride Program (educational items & books for bags)
  • Larkspur Elementary: Software Upgrade for New Gateway Labs
  • Longs Creek Elementary: Grades K-3 - Building Blocks and 4Blocks (books & kits)
  • MacArthur High: 11th Grade and others - “Get a Jump” High school Classroom Guidance Program (booklets)
  • Northern Hills Elementary: Core Knowledge (books & maps)
  • Northwood Elementary: Grades K-3 and Special Ed - 4Blocks Reading Program (nonfiction)
  • Oak Grove Elementary: Kindergarten - Shared Book Experiences/Connecting Themes (books)
  • Oak Meadow Elementary: 1st Grade - Guided Reading/4Blocks (books)
  • Oak Meadow Elementary: 2nd Grade - Guided Reading Component of 4Blocks Model (books)
  • Regency Place Elementary: Grades K-3 - 4 Blocks Guided Reading Program (books)
  • Ridgeview Elementary: 5th Grade - A.M.I.G.O.S. (leadership program supplies)
  • Ridgeview Elementary: Families - School and Family Education (S.A.F.E.)(resource videos)
  • Ridgeview Elementary: Special Ed Students - Software & Instructional Books for Augmentative Communication
  • Walzem Elementary: Second Step Violence Prevention Curriculum (kits)
  • West Avenue Elementary: Grades K-3 - Integrating Science into Four Blocks Framework (books)
  • Wilshire Elementary: 2nd Grade - “Pair-It Book” (book sets)
  • Woodstone Elementary: Grades K-5 below level in reading - Scholastic Reading Counts (books, software, supplies)

1999-2000

  • Academy of Creative Education: Cross-Curricular Technology Laboratory
  • Castle Hills Elementary: Music Classroom Technology
  • Castle Hills Elementary: 4th Grade - Second Step, a Violence-Prevention Program
  • Castle Hills Elementary: Software for Spanish Instruction with Computers
  • Castle Hills Elementary: 1st Grade - additional Wright Book Reading Program books
  • Churchill High school: Reestablishment of Catalog & Career Center
  • Colonial Hills Elementary: Reading for Moms Book Club (for non-reading parents)
  • Driscoll Middle: Team studying reading - Millennium Quilt Project (supplies & pole)
  • Garner Middle: Qualified students - Renaissance Program (rewards & incentives)
  • International School of the Americas: Aquatic Ecosystems of Texas (three aquariums)
  • International School of the Americas: An International Immersion into the Humanities, Crossing Borders and Crossing Disciplines (lit. magazine & public performance)
  • Jackson-Keller Elementary: Grades K-2 - 4Blocks Literacy Model
  • Larkspur Elementary: MegaSkills Parenting Program for families
  • Larkspur Elementary: 2nd Graders and their parents - “Raising Readers” Lending Library
  • Madison High: 9th Grade - Freshmen Keyboarding/Study Skills/Survival Skills Class
  • Northern Hills Elementary: Guided Reading Books
  • Redland Oaks Elementary: 4th Grade - Literature Circles (books for reading groups)
  • Serna Elementary: 3rd Grade - Core Knowledge Tells the Story (books)
  • Wilshire Elementary: Grades Pre-K-5 - Second Step (exploitation prevention program)

1998-1999

  • Academy of Creative Education: “ACE, Ink.” On-Campus Computer Graphics Lab
  • All 6th grades: “History Alive” Interactive Curricular Program
  • Colonial Hills Elementary: “Success for All” Educational Incentives
  • Ed White Middle: Entering 6th graders - Eagle Flight Camp 1998 (orientation)
  • Ed White Middle: Books & Book Tests in Accelerated Reader Program
  • Larkspur Elementary: “Getting Along” Program Educational Rewards
  • Madison High: 9th Grade - Keyboarding/Study Skills Materials
  • Redland Oaks Elementary: Speech students - Video Voice Speech Training System
  • Serna Elementary: 1st Grade - Rigby PM Collection of Books for Systematic Reading
  • Serna Elementary: Grades K-2 - Guided Reading Program Books

1997-1998

  • Academy of Creative Education: Marine Biology and Oceanography Books
  • All 5th grades: Meade Telescopes (one per cluster)
  • Center School: Low-Element Ropes Course
  • Clear Spring Elementary: Grades 1-2 - Phonic Ear Easy Listener Sound Field Amplification Systems
  • Ed White Middle: Multi-Cultural Fair and Program
  • Elementary Summer School Scholarships (one each for 34 schools)
  • Encino Park Elementary: GeoSafari and Math Safari Programs
  • Madison High: 9th Grade - Keyboarding/Study Skills Support
  • Madison High: Social Studies students - World Atlases
  • Northwood Elementary: Literacy Classes for Parents
  • Walzem Elementary: Special Ed and bilingual students - Sound-Field FM Systems

1996-1997

  • Academy of Creative Education: Spanish Instruction Software
  • All middle schools: “Fascinating Texans,” a Multicultural Curriculum
  • Colonial Hills Elementary: Success for All Reading Program
  • International School of the Americas: Artist in Residence Program
  • Jackson Middle: Books for Accelerated Reading Program

1995-1996

  • Academy of Creative Education: Career and Technology Software Library
  • Colonial Hills Reading Club (second year)
  • Dellview Elementary: Scholastic Network Online Tele-Communications Service
  • MegaSkills III

1988-1995

1994-95

  • Academy of Creative Education: GED Computer Lab
  • Colonial Hills Elementary: “Reading Around the World” Reading Club
  • Elementary Summer school Scholarships (two each at 31 schools)
  • MegaSkills II

1993-94

  • MegaSkills Parenting Program (32 schools)

1992-93

  • “See the Paintings” Elementary Art Program
  • IDEA+ Oral Language Program for language-impaired students (50 kits)

1991-92

  • Nystrom Geography Map Program (33 schools)

1990-91

  • Academic Decathlon math & science test bank

1988

  • Academic Decathlon Summer Camp Scholarships

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