Memorial Elementary School – Wear the Cape Assembly Program Catherine Kovarcik, Melissa Wall and Cheryl Jones

 

The East Brunswick Education Foundation is pleased to announce that the following grant has been approved for funding:

During Respect week, the “Wear the Cape” assembly program will be presented to the students of Memorial Elementary School in partnership with the PTA.  The goal of the assembly is to encourage students to be proactive and report incidents of bullying to adults.  It will also help to reinforce the importance of displaying positive behavior traits in school. 

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Bowne-Munro Elementary School – Healthy Hearts at Bowne-Munro Joanne Ficke and Jess Logan

 

The East Brunswick Education Foundation is pleased to announce that the following grant has been approved for funding:

On February 14, 2017, Bowne-Munro students and staff, in partnership with the PTA, will be participating in a Healthy Heart Exercise Program.  Students will be raising money for the American Heart Association while learning the importance of leading a healthy lifestyle which will continue into adulthood.  One of these healthy habits is physical exercise and its role in keeping our hearts healthy.  Through this experience, students will reaffirm the importance of being a positive role model and how it is an asset to their community.  The program also stresses the importance of staying active and making healthy choices.  Finally, speaking and listening standards will be addressed as students will have to explain the program and the mission of the American Heart Association while asking for donations.

Bowne-Munro Elementary School – Flocabulary Shannon Williamson

 

The East Brunswick Education Foundation is pleased to announce that the following grant has been approved for funding:

In partnership with the PTA, this grant will purchase Flocabulary.  Flocabulary is a web based program that uses educational hip-hop videos to engage students and increase achievement in grades K-12.  The videos were created by using the Common Core Standards to produce standard-based videos, instructional activities and formative assessments in order to develop core literacy skills and supplement instruction.  Flocabulary will reinforce the curriculum by providing engaging ways for students to learn in math, science, life skills, and vocabulary and language arts.  

Churchill Junior High School – SHAPE America National Convention Anthony Alexander

 

The East Brunswick Education Foundation is pleased to announce that the following grant has been approved for funding:

Information, experiences and equipment obtained at the SHAPE America National Convention will help transform the classroom.  This program will help reenergize the Physical Education program through physical literacy and Moderate to Vigorous Physical Activity (MVPA).  This grant is in partnership with funds raised by utilizing GoFundMe.