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Teacher Innovation Grants are available to Bethlehem Area School District teachers to implement an innovative project, initiative, teaching strategy, technology application or other effort providing measurable educational outcomes for students. The purpose of this grant program is to enhance student learning and student interest in learning by providing educators an opportunity to exercise their passion for teaching, develop their ideas, partner with colleagues and connect with the wealth of knowledge, expertise and talent within the district and the community.

Congratulations to the 2017/2018 Teacher Innovation Grant Recipients!

Breaking CHAINS and Learning from our History

East Hills Middle School, Amanda Dennis and Jacki Mohap

Transforming Trash

Governor Wolf Elementary School

Innovative Makerspace Stations in the Library

Calypso Elementary School and Freemansburg Elementary School, Mary Gruber

Equity and Excellence through Science

Freedom High School, Graceanne Ruggiero

Engineering Art

Liberty High School, Kristin Stuby

Every Good Boy/Girl Deserves Free Instruments

Marvine Elementary School and Calypso Elementary School, Tiffany Tarleton

VR in the Classroom

William Penn Elementary School, Eric Frank and Ashley Schellhaas

Literacy Lifestyle

Fountain Hill Elementary School, Danielle Frank

Strong Interest Inventory

Freedom High School, Michael Dunstan

A Transition to Teaching for Artistic Behavior

Fountain Hill Elementary School, Rachel Lynn

Mindful Movement

Freemansburg Elementary School, Sharon McGee

BreakOutEDU

Spring Garden Elementary School, Meghann Wright

It Isn't Rocket Science! Camp

Liberty High School, Kristin Stuby

Flexible Seating in the Art Room

Miller Heights Elementary School, Jayne Preletz

STEM in Makerspaces

Marvine Elementary School, Thomas Flisser

Broughal Academic Expo

Broughal Middle School, Lynn Vento

Expand our Makerspace

Thomas Jefferson Elementary School, Karen Zarelli

Calculus - When, Where, and How?

Liberty High School, Kristin Stuby