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8/23/2017 5:22:00 AM
Eaton support boost D50 projects
Pictured (left to right), Board Chairman Shell Dula stands with Eaton Representatives Jessica Reulin, Jenesa Salmond, Chelsey Steifle, Evan Waechter, Ryan Donnelly and District 50 Technology Coaches Debbie Leonard and Lindsey Insalaco 
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Pictured (left to right), Board Chairman Shell Dula stands with Eaton Representatives Jessica Reulin, Jenesa Salmond, Chelsey Steifle, Evan Waechter, Ryan Donnelly and District 50 Technology Coaches Debbie Leonard and Lindsey Insalaco 

During the spring of 2017, Greenwood School District 50 was once again given the opportunity to apply for the Eaton Charitable Contribution Grant. Eaton and District 50 began a collaborative partnership in 2009. Since that time, District 50 has received approximately $140,000 in grants to support STEM initiatives.

At the August Board of Trustees meeting, District 50 received a check of $5,400 from Eaton representatives. Proceeds from the grant will be used to support makerspace in the media centers. Makerspace is a collaborative workspace that provides hands on learning, helps with critical thinking skills and even boosts self-confidence.

Grant proceeds will also be used to support Project Lead the Way, Gateway to Technology, and computer science opportunities. These initiatives are designed to provide more access to a rigorous STEM learning environment for all students. 



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