EAST After Hours Grant Recipients Announced

   

EAST After Hours Grant Recipients Announced
8/9/2013 12:56:23 PM

Funding for a variety of projects expands opportunities for project-based learning.

 

The EAST Initiative is pleased to announce that a total of nearly $130,000 has been awarded for 12 projects involving 16 EAST programs to complete after-school projects. The grants are provided in cooperation with the Southeast Educational Cooperative and Arkansas Department of Education. The grant program, called EAST After Hours, is designed to make after-school-hours projects possible — expanding the scope of local EAST programs by providing more hands-on learning experiences for students, as well as valuable services for their communities.

“EAST After Hours continues to provide EAST programs and communities with the opportunity to innovate and fulfill a significant educational need. The EAST Initiative is proud to be a part of this incredible effort,” said EAST Initiative President and C.E.O. Matt Dozier.

Following are the projects and schools being funded. For project descriptions, click here.

Annie Camp JHS, MacArthur JHS, Valley View HS, Nettleton JHS, & Nettleton HS

App Happens

Camden-Fairview High School

Historical Camden… “Where History Lives”

Eureka Springs High School

Save Today, Survive Tomorrow Community Campaign

Greenland High School

Greenland Strategic Planning

Gurdon High School

Gurdon Energy Audit

Harrisburg Middle School

Lake Poinsett State Park

Joe T. Robinson High School

Techno-cising

Mountain Pine High School

Video Book Technology Camp

Mountain View High School

Innovation in Every Generation

Pottsville High School

Virtual Reality/GIS for Pottsville Fire Hydrants

Wonderview High School

School Counts Scholarship Video

Greenwood High School Harnessing Our Ener-G

 

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