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Teacher Impact Grants

The Foundation annually provides support for Waynesville R-VI teachers and students and helps promote creative classroom projects through its Teacher Impact Grants. The following grants were announced in August 2019: 

 

At Williams Early Childhood Center:

  • Manuela Phinn in the amount of $90 for a Microscope Science Kit;

  • Allison Sylvester in the amount of $100 for activities for your peer mentors to use during enrichment activities

  • Angela Smith in the amount of $446 for balance builders to improve gross motor skills

 

At East Elementary:

  • Barbara Neal in the amount of $500 for Saturday Science labs and experiments

  • Teresa Vogtman in the amount of $239 for Magic Sketch Boogie Boards to assist in writing letters, words, sentences and math fluency

 

At Freedom Elementary:

  • Kimberly Fuentes in the amount of $275 for the Breakout problem-solving bundle

  • Corey Straub in the amount of $468 for invention kits to promote coding

 

At Waynesville Middle School:

  • Sarah Seibert (pronounced like See bert ] in the amount of $300 for 7th grade teachers to promote the engineering design process

  • Wannetta Moyers in the amount of $50 for the “I Survived” series

 

At Waynesville High School:

  • Steve Ward in the amount of $250 to promote students learning at their own pace

  • Kymberly Rodriguez in the amount of $250 to reward students for positive behavior

 

Fort Leonard Wood Elementary Schools:

  • Ms. Darley and Mrs. Moffett in the amount of $150 for purchase of a play and costume materials at Thayer Elementary

  • Amy Heberling in the amount of $500 to be used toward a rock wall project at Partridge Elementary

  • Dawn Christian in the amount of $54 for helping students learn to play cooperatively at Wood Elementary