Tuesday, October 17, 2017 - Update 12:59 p.m. - The water main break has been repaired. Evening activities for Tuesday, October
17 will be held at the high school. Classes will resume tomorrow for all Springdale Jr-Sr High School students according to the regular schedule.
Repairs on the road are still being completed; anyone traveling around the high school at Marion Avenue and James Street should remain cautious and
The Grant Program is intended to support ideas generated by teachers or staff members to enhance classroom learning or to provide other district-based
opportunities towards the improvement of the educational process and academic achievement.
The Foundation’s Grant Program offered its third awards for the 2016-2017 school year. The Grants are intended to support ideas generated by staff
members to enhance classroom learning or to provide other district-based opportunities towards the improvement of education and academic achievement.
For the 2016-17 school year, the following ideas were awarded:
- Project 1: Indoor Gardens For All. The project will bring agricultural biotechnology of the AeroGarden system to the District's science and autistic
support classrooms. Plants will be grown year-round on the teachers’ desks without the requirement of a greenhouse, soil, or sun. District
students, K-12, will be enrolled in at least one class where AeroGarden biotechnology can be observed. Staff recipients: Aileen McDermott &
- Project 2: OSMO Art. OSMO programs Masterpiece and Tanagrams will be implemented to help students build skills and incorporate principals of
art. Staff recipient: Lauren Hanlon.
- Project 3: Create: U-Commotion with Force & Motion. The project will engage student in building simple machines while learning about force
and motion, supporting curriculum for physical science. Staff recipient: Tina Kaczor.