LOGAN COUNTY TEACHER GRANTS
Teacher Grants for Outstanding Environmental Projects.
Who is Eligible?
Logan County High School teachers
Each year the Solid Waste Management District provides funds for Logan County teachers to supplement school curricula with materials for enhanced environmental education or environmental science projects.
The District provides $1,500 each year through the Logan County Education Foundation to support several projects each year. Projects funded in the past several years ranged from $250 to $1,200.
How to Submit a Proposal.
Teachers may apply directly to the Logan County Education Foundation at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Examples of Recent Grants.
- In 2011 Jennifer Davis, art teacher at the Benjamin Logan Middle School received a $1,500 grant for a significant recycled art project. Involving nearly every student in the school, a consulting artist helped the students create an eight foot high by 12 foot long mural composed of 10,000 bottle caps. The mural is on permanent display in the school’s common area. (see our blog post on the mural that includes a photo)
- A recent grant of $1,200 was provided to Benjamin Logan agriculture science teacher Lora Erdy and her teaching team for a project titled: “How Clean is the Air?”
- Last year a grant of $750 was provided to Benjamin Logan High School science teacher Spencer Reames and his teaching team for a project titled: “Do You See What I See?”
- A second grant of $750 was provided to Bellefontaine Middle School teachers Kris Swisher and Cindy Plank for a project titled: “Beyond the Science Textbook”.
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