Small Equipment Grant Previous Recipients

Click on our most recent recipients to read more about their merit

2019

  • Lisa Beshay, Windham Elementary School, “WES After School Robotics Club”

  • Randy Brown, Union 32 Middle and High School, “U-32 AI Self Driving Challenge”

  • Amy Clapp, Salisbury Community School, “Tinker Crates – Keeping Engineering Alive”

  • Charlotte Holmquist, Ripton School, “Structure and Function of Organisms”

  • Sarah Kaltenbaugh, Academy School, “Microscopes for Macro Learning”

  • Katie McDougall, Middlebury Union Middle School, “Pasco Probes for EcoZone Summative Assessment”

  • Allan Miller, Central Vermont School District, “Addressing the Lack of Analysis Skill – Using Pendants”

  • Hilary Peck, Mount Anthony Union Middle School, “8th Grade Engineering Wind and Solar Kick Start”

  • Jessica Tetreault, North Country Supervisory Union, “The Wonders of Dash”

2018

  • Ken Cadow, Randolph Union High School, “Sensing and Measuring the World We Live In”

  • Amy Clapp, Salisbury Community School, “Tinkder Crates- Keeping Engineering Alive”

  • Katie Moquin, Middlebury Union Middle School, “EcoZomes Development and Data Collection”

  • Kathryn Neil, Edmonds Elementary School, “First Graders are Literally Computational Thinkers!”

  • Darcie Rankin, Richmond Elementary School, “Curricular Enrichment through Coding and Robotics”

  • Eli Rosenberg, Montpelier Middle School, “Building Kits for Engineering Projects”

  • Karen Schroeder, Arlington High School, “Building Kits for Engineering Projects”

  • Paul Smith, Williamstown Middle/High School, “Trout in the Classroom”

2017

  • Randy Barnes, Middlebury Union Middle School, “Hot Rod STEAM Challenge”

  • Ryan Becker, Woodstock Union Middle/High School “Snatoms-Connecting Atoms and Student Learning in New Ways!”

  • Ruth Beecher, Robinson Elementary School (Starksboro), “What Can We Truly See In and Out of the Classroom?”

  • Alison Gauthier, U-32 Middle/High School (Montpelier), “Engineering Climate Change Solutions”

  • Sarah Lesperance, Ripton Elementary School, “Where Does My Trash Go?  Why Does It Matter?”

  • Michael Mazzella, Rice Memorial High School, “Measuring Photons with GoDirect Spectrovis-Plus”

  • Jill Ann Smith, Maple Leaf Montessori School (St. Albans), “Simple Machines”

  • Amy Truchon, Burlington School District, “Ks are Computational Thinkers Too”

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