Ledyard Education Advancement Foundation
2015 – 2016
“Stand up for Learning”
Tiffany MacCall, JWL, $1139.75
This provides 5 stand up desks to help focus students in the classroom.
“SAIL in 4th Grade!”
Erin McGuckin, JWL, $858
4 iPad minis and software to help with calming techniques for students.
“Lego Classroom WeDo 2.0 STEM Kit”
Alex Rode and Stephanie Rainone, LCS, $1113
This purchase will be used in the 5th grade to enhance the STEM curriculum.
“TI SmartView Demonstration Software for Graphing Calculators”
Kathleen Flax, LHS, $2481
This purchase will equip all 9 math teachers at LHS, two algebra teachers and two pre-algebra teachers at LMS.
“Learning with iPads in Primary Classrooms”
Ashlee Konow and Sandi Lucy, LCS, $6000
iPads with software to support struggling learners as well as improving teacher planning and assessment.
“iPads in the Art Room”
Alicia Smith, Holly David, and Holli Oberacker, GHS/JWL/LCS, $7925
Provides 6 iPads per school for use in the Art classes.
“Let’s Play Ukeleles”
Heather Pollin and Andrea Barbour, LCS/JWL/GHS, $3600
This will purchase three class sets (90) ukuleles for use in the 5th and 6th grade music program.
“Gateway To Technology Begins at Ledyard Middle School”
Ledyard Education Advancement Foundation announced a $125,000 multi-year pledge to expand Ledyard High School’s Project Lead The Way (PLTW) pre-engineering program to Ledyard Middle School. Implementation began with Ledyard Middle School’s Gateway To Technology program which offers Design and Engineering for the 2015 - 2016 school year. In Design and Engineering students discover the design process and develop an understanding of the influence of creativity and innovation in their lives. They are then challenged and empowered to use and apply what they’ve learned throughout the unit. These classes will meet national Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS). PLTW provides teachers with the resources needed for rigorous and relevant project-based learning.