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					SJEF Grants 2007-08

Individual Learning Grants

Arcade Middle School
Submitted by: David Traversi
Title of Project: Video Club
The purpose of this project is to enable students to create videos that highlight the
outstanding academic and social abilities of a typical Arcade student and to
encourage all students in this direction.
Grant amount: $1,000.00

Arlington Heights Elementary School
Submitted by: Sue Willett
Title of Project: 50th Anniversary Musical Celebration
This grant will provide the funding for a whole-school performance in honor of a 50th
Anniversary Celebration at Arlington Heights.
Grant amount: $1,000.00

Cameron Ranch Elementary School
Submitted by: Scott M. Werly
Title of Project: Alliance Redwood
This grant supports student attendance at the Alliance Redwoods Science Camp.
Grant amount: $1,000.00

Casa Roble Fundamental High School
Submitted by: Judy Butler
Title of Project: Bowling Ball Mosaic
This grant will fund a class art project that will teach students about the history of
mosaics, create mosaics on bowling balls and put on an art show at a local bowling
alley.
Grant amount: $1,000.00

Charles Peck Elementary School
Submitted by: Jill Ann McGovern
Title of Project: SDC Peck
The purpose of this project is to integrate the arts into general education curriculum
in order to improve the academic success and self esteem of special education
students.
Grant amount: $1,000.00

Citrus Heights Elementary School
Submitted by: Gayle Winney
Title of Project: Citrus Heights Anthem
This grant will be used to commission a school anthem to be written by a local
composer and performed by the Sacramento Philharmonic Brass Quintet and the
Citrus Heights Choir.
Grant amount: $1,000.00

Citrus Heights Elementary School
Submitted by: Gayle Winney
Title of Project: Sacramento Philharmonic Field Trip
This grant will fund a field trip for at-risk students, their parents, and teachers to see
the Sacramento Philharmonic perform.
Grant amount: $1,000.00

Dyer-Kelly Elementary School
Submitted by: Paquito Martinez
Title of Project: Digital Storytelling
The purpose of this project is to engage students with the use of technology to
improve academic success in the area of language arts using digital storytelling.
Grant amount: $913.71

El Camino Fundamental High School
Submitted by: Kevin Glaser
Title of Project: Band Clinic
This grant will enable students in the El Camino High School Band program to
implement a one day clinic for elementary and middle school music students that will
provide small group instruction and individual tutoring to enhance their learning and
understanding of music.
Grant amount: $1,000.00

Orangevale Open Elementary School
Submitted by: Karen Strahle
Title of Project: ELMO
The purpose of this project is to enhance direct instruction through the use of a
document camera in the classroom.
Grant amount: $584.00

Pasadena Avenue Elementary School
Submitted by: Abigail Jacinto
Title of Project: Animation and Science
The purpose of this project is to increase student appreciation and understanding of
art and science through hands-on activities utilizing animation
Grant amount: $1,000.00

Sierra Oaks Elementary School
Submitted by: Leanne Erickson
Title of Project: Quiz Board
This project enables students to complete a quiz board that demonstrates their
understanding of the flow of energy, after completing a four-week electricity unit.
Grant amount: $500.00

Will Rogers Middle School
Submitted by: Michelle Becker
Title of Project: Audio Odyssey
The purpose of this program is to increase the audio library at Will Rogers. Students
will have the opportunity to listen to audio books as well as create their own.
Grant amount: $948.00

Will Rogers Middle School
Submitted by: Jennifer Benner
Title of Project: Oregon Shakespeare
This grant will provide funds to support students attending the Oregon Shakespeare
Festival.
Grant amount: $1,000.00

District Art Docent
Submitted by: Heather Taft
Title of Project: Art docent
This grant will provide support for an Art Docent Program in the school district.
Grant amount: $1,000.00

Project Based Learning Grants

Arlington Heights Elementary School
Submitted by: Marisa Decker
Title of Project: String Fever
The purpose of this grant is to provide an orchestral program at Arlington Heights
Elementary School in collaboration with the Sacramento Philharmonic Orchestra
Grant amount: $5,000.00

Bella Vista High School
Submitted by: Michael Berry
Title of Project: BVTV Video
The purpose of this project is to create a video yearbook for Bella Vista High School
Grant amount: $4,938.70

Kingswood Elementary School
Submitted by: Gayle Winney
String Fever
The purpose of this grant is to provide an orchestral program at Kingswood
Elementary School in collaboration with the Sacramento Philharmonic Orchestra
Grant amount: $5,000.00
Laurel Ruff Center
Submitted by: Julia Arrequin
Title of Project: CAPA Science
The purpose of the project is to use technology to design and deliver quality science
instruction based upon the new CAPA science standards.
Grant amount: $2,115.59

Mesa Verde High School
Submitted by: Christopher Cimino, David Fraga, Paul Oropallo, Charles Reade, Kristy
Percoski
Title of Project: Weather Bug School
The purpose of this grant is to provide meaningful coursework, create a community-
wide presence, and improve student success through the use of technology and the
Weather Bug Schools Program
Grant amount: $5,000.00

Mira Loma High School
Submitted by: Alison Stiles
Title of Project: Making a Museum
The purpose of this project is to introduce students to the roles and responsibilities
of a museum curator.
Grant amount: $4,000.00

Northridge Elementary School
Submitted by: Julie Garrett
Title of Project: Providing Academic Achievement thru Technology
This grant Students and teachers will use an iMac computer, PowerPoint software
and Promethean Boards to create and present Standards Science Based Summary
Projects
Grant amount: $5,000.00

Will Rogers Middle School
Submitted by: Naomi Harper
Title of Project: KNRG Solar Energy
The purpose of this project is to build a solar-powered studio to house KNRG: Solar
Energy Broadcasters at Will Rogers.
Grant amount: $5,000.00

				
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