ReadNaturally is a researched based, web-based, individualized reading program that targets struggling readers. The program is designed to increase students phonics skills, vocabulary development, reading fluency and reading comprehension skills. The stories are non-fictional, increasing student engagement and motivation. Teachers are able to monitor students success on each story through
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Helen Moore & Rachael Sheedy
Grant Date
School Site
Glenshire Elementary
Grant Category
Literacy
Scholastic News is a subscription to a high-interest current event periodical which is written at an appropriate reading level for second and third graders to support their Reading Informational Text standards. Each issue comes with teaching tools that support our ELA, science, social studies, and technology curriculum. Additionally there are
Grant Applicant
Ingrid Bourke and Cindy Burau: 3rd Grade Team at Tahoe Lake Elementary
Grant Co-applicants
Allison Everist and Rita Ramirez: 2nd grade Team at Tahoe Lake Elementary
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School Site
Tahoe Lake Elementary
Grant Category
Literacy
This grant is for a set of Discussion 4 Learning VocabulArte Levels A-D. VocabulArte provides support for all students, native speakers of Spanish and Spanish learners, to develop high-level academic vocabulary and language in Spanish through engaging discussions of fine art images and real-world photos from around the world. The
Grant Applicant
Katie Sluiter
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School Site
North Tahoe School
Grant Category
Art/ Music
History/ Social Science
Literacy
Literacy Bundle The objective of this grant is to secure funding for literacy tools for the entire school. The items in this literacy bundle include a class set of the novel Wonder, a class set of Tucker's Countryside, picture books for social emotional themes, magazine subscriptions and the entire set
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Ashley Perkins, Donner Trail Elementary
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School Site
Donner Trail Elementary
Grant Category
Literacy
Each year, students in my classroom participate in our own version of a Toastmaster's Program. I strongly believe that in order to best be engaged in writing, students need a purpose and an audience. In this program, students work on writing pieces throughout the year and pick three (opinion, informational
Grant Applicant
Erica Stukey Allstadt
Grant Co-applicants
Ashley Perkins
Michelle Reed
Holly Williamson
Lauren Keane
Grant Date
School Site
Donner Trail Elementary
Grant Category
History/ Social Science
Literacy
Mathematics & Science
ReadNaturally is a researched based, web-based, individualized reading program that targets struggling readers. The program is designed to increase students phonics skills, vocabulary development, reading fluency and reading comprehension skills. The stories are non-fictional, increasing student engagement and motivation. Teachers are able to monitor students success on each story through
Grant Applicant
Christine Smart
Grant Co-applicants
Joni Adomshick
Lynn Fagan
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School Site
Alder Creek Middle School
Grant Category
Literacy
Using song and movement when teaching sight words and letters/sounds helps students learn faster and better. HeidiSongs has wonderful videos and resources to help do this. Sight Words: This collection of 40 animated songs follows the high frequency words included in the McMillan McGraw Hill Kindergarten Wonders Series, presented in
Grant Applicant
Betsy DePew
Grant Co-applicants
Kim Krengel, Jane Miller, Georgie Garcia
Grant Date
School Site
Truckee Elementary
Grant Category
Literacy
Canciones y Cuentos Decodable Books Level A/Level B contain stories in Spanish that delight students and invite them to learn the basics of reading through phonics. These sets include 1 copy each of 26 decodable books per set (52 total books). This grant was originally funded to our Kindergarten team
Grant Applicant
Edith Martinez
Grant Co-applicants
Molly Holiday
Grant Date
School Site
Kings Beach Elementary
Grant Category
Literacy
ReadNaturally is a researched based, web-based, individualized reading program that targets struggling readers. The program is designed to increase students phonics skills, vocabulary development, reading fluency and reading comprehension skills. The stories are non-fictional, increasing student engagement and motivation. Teachers are able to monitor students success on each story through
Grant Applicant
Helen Moore & Rachael Sheedy
Grant Date
School Site
Glenshire Elementary
Grant Category
Literacy
The first grade teachers at Kings Beach Elementary school are requesting read aloud books in Spanish to support our Writer’s Workshop program. We use the Lucy Calkin’s Writer’s Workshop as our writing curriculum. In first grade at KBE all of our instruction is done in Spanish. The curriculum does not
Grant Applicant
Laurel Raymore
Grant Co-applicants
Jennifer Kavanagh
Grant Date
School Site
Kings Beach Elementary
Grant Category
Literacy