Student Enrichment Awards
A Differentiated Experience for 2017-2018 CTE First Grade
The 2017-2018 Student Enrichment recipients are the entire FIRST GRADE STUDENTS of Chisholm Trail Elementary to choose a STEM Field trip correlating to their interest in Engineering or Environmental Science. Grant award is made possible through partial funding provided by Sullivan Family Endowment in the amount of $2000.00.
The Foundation and it’s donors believe innovative and creative approaches to teaching can benefit our students. The this end, the foundation developed the Student Enrichment Initiatives Program. Student Enrichment provides funding for enrichment opportunities that are above and beyond regular, remedial or required student. The Initiatives provide funds for K-11th grade students, campus and/or staff for student enrichment learning opportunities and/or activities that complement the District’s Mission, Strategic Plan and Campus Improvement in supporting Fine Arts, STEM, Leadership Academies, Advance Placement, Duel Credit, etc. Student Enrichment activity may include, but are not limited to;Elementary – Field trips to museums, exhibits or special events & Mobile interactive exhibits brought to campus.Intermediate/Middle – Guest speakers, Mobile interactive exhibits brought to campus STEM Summer Camp registration fees & Field trip to museums, exhibits or special events.High School – Fee reimbursement for Advanced Placement Exam – Student(s), Summer Leadership Camps – Boys State, Girls State, STEM Summer Camp registration fees, Guest Speakers – Campus, Field trips to local colleges for enrichment exposure including, but not limited to health sciences, engineering, research, design, culinary, fine arts, digital media and technical certifications & for Advance Placement.The number of initiatives funded will depend upon available funds which will be awarded annually.
To get the application and rubric: Visit here for the Application: APPLICATION STUDENT ENRICHMENT INITIATIVE GRANTS
Visit here for the Rubric: Student Enrichment Initiative Rubric
2016-2017 Amy Allison ~ attend the “Lamplighter Guild 6 day Program in New York to study under Master Teachers in the dramatic and visual arts field.
2015-2016 Thomas Sanders ~ First Semester Attendance Texas Academy of Mathematics and Science at University of North Texas.