Congratulations to the winners of the Spring 2011 AAEF Teacher Scholarship and Classroom Grant competition!
posted by: Jill | June 08, 2011, 02:13 PM   

The following educators have been selected from a pool of applicants nationwide. AAEF applauds the innovation and commitment which these teachers demonstrate to their students and their profession.

Classroom Grant Recipients

Linda Barr

Dehesa Charter School

California

Ayse Durmus

Beehive Science and Technology Academy

Utah

Mojah Hamner

Fort Gibson Public School

Oklahoma

Gerald Harry

Franklin Police and Fire High School

Arizona

Stephanie Proud

Providence Hall Charter School

Utah

Irene Sakkas

Community Academy Public Charter School

Washington, D.C.

DeLaina Tonks

Open High School of Utah (virtual)

Utah


Teacher Scholarship Recipients


Kayla Bleach

Good Foundations Academy

Utah

Joshua Clearman

Key West High School

Florida

Julia Gumminger

Johns Hopkins University Center for

Talented Youth

Maryland

Kimberly Harvey

Echols Middle School

Alabama

Tamara Hill

Odyssey Charter School

Utah

DeLaina Tonks

Open High School of Utah (virtual)

Utah

Randal Wilke

Kingman High School

Utah


AAEF is committed to offering individual educators a variety of avenues to improve effectiveness in the classroom. The teacher scholarship provides teachers with funding to further themselves professionally by attending/ presenting at conferences, completing graduate courses, or obtaining National Board Certification. The classroom grant is offered to educators as a way to provide students with supplies and/or activities which enrich their learning experience.

Thank all who applied but were not selected to receive a scholarship or grant in this spring competition. The AAEF Teacher Scholarships and Classroom Grants competition is held twice a year in the fall and spring. Please consider applying for the next round of scholarships and grants. The deadline for the fall competition is October 1, 2011.

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