|To encourage excellence in education by promoting and funding effective programs and ideas in the Terrell Independent School District.|
LaSha Fair, a teacher at the Phoenix center, was awarded $2,139 in the Advanced Learning Initiatives category to provide more varied instruction with the use of iPads to help improve the STAAR & TAKS scores for Phoenix Center students.
Karen Osinski, a science teacher at Wood Elementary School, was awarded $10,000 in the Advanced Learning Initiatives category. She took science students to Sky Ranch Enrichment Camp to experience real-world application of scientific principals.
An Advanced Learning Initiatives grant was awarded to Lia Evans, a math teacher at Long Elementary School, in the amount of $6440. Ms. Evans plans to use iPads in her instruction to address targeted mathematics weaknesses to improve STAAR scores.
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