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Enrichment Grants

In our continuing efforts to encourage a well-rounded, engaging and rigorous education for all Golden neighborhood schools, GSF makes several grants available each year to support student enrichment activities and programs in the areas of science, technology, engineering and math, and non-STEM programs that support innovative teaching and learning.

2017 Enrichment Grant Applications will be due early next year.


 

Congratulations to the 2016 Enrichment Grant Recipients:

  • $2380 to Kyffin Elementary for their School Garden
  • $2328 to Mitchell Elementary for a Lego WeDo Classroom Kit
  • $2380 to Pleasant View Elementary for supplies for a project-based learning classroom (3D printer, field trips, and more)
  • $2000 to Ralston Elementary for staff professional development
  • $2380 to Shelton Elementary for their School Garden
  • $2528 to Welchester Elementary for projectors and bulbs
  • $2000 to Bell Middle School Honors Program staff professional development
Shelton Enrichment Grant

Shelton Elementary receives their Enrichment Grant check

Mitchell Enrichment Grant

Mitchell Elementary teach, Mr. Jonson, accepts their Enrichment Grant check

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Pleasant View Principal Fischer receives their Enrichment Grant check

Ralston Enrichment Grant

Ralston Elementary is all smiles accepting their Enrichment Grant check

 Welchester Enrichment Grant

Welchester Elementary receives their Enrichment Grant check

 

 

Congratulations to the 2015 Enrichment Grant Recipients:

  • $2,000 to Golden High School to purchase a telescope for the Astronomy Club and Astronomy classes and special events
  • $2,000 to Bell Middle School for training staff on Problem Based Learning
  • $1,742 to Kyffin Elementary School for Lego Mindstorm Kits and a dedicated laptop for the program
  • $2,000 to Mitchell Elementary School for Imagination playground equipment to be used in PE as well as the classroom
  • $2,000 to Pleasant View Elementary School to purchase 4 full size iPads for students with learning disabilities
  • $2,000 to Ralston Elementary School for LabQuest 2 packages and a dedicated computer
  • $2,000 to Shelton Elementary School for LabQuest 2 packages
  • $2,000 to Welchester Elementary School to fund 4 scholarships for students to participate in Outdoor Lab week

Congratulations to the 2014 Enrichment Grant Recipients:

  • $1,050 to Kyffin Elementary School for Lego Mindstorm EV3 kits
  • $1000 to Mitchell Elementary School for Discovery Education Science Textbooks
  • $1,500 to Pleasant View Elementary School for iPads
  • $1,630.98 to Ralston Elementary School for two Lab Quest 2 Elementary Science Packages
  • $900 to Shelton Elementary School for iPads
  • $1,000 to Welchester Elementary School to help secure the ALEKS program to help with math needs

Congratulations to the 2013 Enrichment Grant Recipients:

  • $350 to Kyffin Elementary School to support their Science Fair
  • $100 to Mitchell Elementary School for Math Enrichment materials
  • $500 to Pleasant View Elementary School to start a Science Fair and provide materials for students
  • $250 to Ralston Elementary School for their SET Programs
  • $350 to Shelton Elementary School for iPads to integrate STEM for 4th-6th grade students
  • $450 to Welchester Elementary School to help secure the ALEKS program to help with math needs

Congratulations to the 2012 Enrichment Grant Recipients:

  • $250 to Ralston Elementary: Space Day/Math Day in the Workplace. One-day assemblies to augment the school’s existing popular Science Day assemblies.
  • $500 to Shelton Elementary: Discovery Lab. Converting an unused classroom into a discovery lab for inquiry-based science activities.
  • $500 to Kyffin Elementary: Science Fair Assemblies to provide additional hands-on science investigation and experimentation to augment school curriculum and Science Fair.
  • $750 to Mitchell Elementary (Detailed Below)
    -iPad pilot for enriching science curriculum in the classroom ($500)
    -Advanced Math Enrichment Program. Tutor-supported math enrichment for Grade 1 and 4 students who excel in math and/or have advanced learning plans in place ($100)
    -Environmental Learning for the Future (ELF). Volunteer-supported program to promote understanding and appreciation of the natural world and increase environmental literacy ($150)