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The Foundation Awards Over $7,700 in 2019-2020 Grants
Press Release - January 14, 2020

The Education Foundation of South Brunswick Township has awarded 21 teacher grants totaling over $7,700 from its 2019-2020 Spark of Innovation Grant Program.

This is the eight year that the Foundation has awarded grants to assist teachers and their students in creating new opportunities for teaching and learning not funded through the normal school budget process. The continuing goal of this program is to spark innovation in our schools and to give teachers an opportunity to put their creative ideas to work in the classroom.

Receiving grants are:  Kristin Ippoliti and Pam Hernandez, Constable Elementary School; Erica DeWitte, South Brunswick High School; Ellen Gehringer, Constable Elementary School; Carrie Friedman and Kelli Craparotta, Dayton Elementary School; Tatiana Median, Indian Fields Elementary School; Debbie Bevan, Greenbrook and Brunswick Acres Elementary Schools; Engy Shaaban, Indian Fields Elementary School; Terri Wells, Indian Fields Elementary School; Kristine Kaufman-Marut, Indian Fields Elementary School; Patricia Del Guercio, Indian Fields Elementary School; Karen Kinsey, Indian Fields Elementary School; Carol Clark and Carolyn Hayward, Greenbrook Elementary School; Melyssa Boucher, Crossroads South Middle School; Karen Gordon and Melissa Griffin, South Brunswick High School; Angela Fasanella and Melissa Bermudez, Crossroads North Middle School; Catherine O'Keefe, Crossroads North Middle School.

For a complete listing of Spark of Innovation Grant recipients visit, www.edfoundationsb.org/grantprogram/grantrep.asp.

For additional information regarding the foundation, contact Martin Abschutz, president, at president@edfoundationsb.org.

 

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