Privacy Shields

Grant Date
2018
Grant Applicant
Julia Worster
Grant Category
Grant Co-applicants
Amount Funded
$192.00
Description (10 points)

The objective of the desktop carrels/privacy shields is to provide privacy to students during assessments, reading, or any time a student needs less distractions. The privacy shields are large enough to cover a standard desk and Chromebook. Many of our classrooms are designed for group work, but there are times when individual learning is needed. The desktop privacy shields will provide the necessary privacy when needed.

Benefits of Program (10 points)

Distractions can be a stumbling block for many students. Desktop privacy shields can provide students with the individual, semi-enclosed environment necessary to focus on learning especially in a crowded classroom.

Success of Program (10 points)

Success will be achieved if students use the desktop privacy shields for the intended purpose: privacy for assessments, focus needs, separation on tables, etc.

Implementation (10 points)

We are requesting 48 desktop privacy shields, 24 for two classrooms. Privacy shields will be distributed between the two classes and used throughout the school year. Privacy shields will be used in two classrooms as needed. If other teachers in the grade level are also in need of privacy shields they can be shared amongst classrooms. 

Sustainability
With care, the desktop carrels should last about 10 years. They are made of cardboard so will get worn out with time. Additional funding should not be needed in the near future.
Can you share this grant with your grade level or subject team?

This grant will be used primarily in two classrooms, however if other teachers in the same grade level are in need of the privacy shields they can be shared. 

Budget (10 points)
Budget Item(s)
$160 - 4 x Really Good Stuff® Privacy Shields™ Single Color - High Gloss (39.99/12)
Taxes
$13.20
Shipping
$19.20
Amount Requested
$192.36
Notes

There was a grant written for similar items at our school in 2016. Kelley Clare and I are newer teachers to Alder Creek MS and do not have carrels in our classrooms. The carrels granted in 2016 are still in use throughout the school, however because our math and science classes are on the same schedule we generally need to use them at the same time.