“Friends of CRLS” Announces 2010 Faculty Grant Awards

Friends Of CRLS (FOCRLS) is proud to announce the recipients of its Fourth Annual Faculty Grants program. The following CRLS faculty and staff received FOCRLS Faculty Grants:

Greta Hardina, for her proposal “CRLS Parent Ambassadors”
Juan Casillas, for his proposal “International Community Service with Dominican Republic”
Maria Giacchino and Ramazan Nigdelioglu, for their proposal “CRLS Trip to Turkey”
Janet O’Reilly and Yen Tieu, for their proposal “Getting Smarter! Incorporating Live Document Imaging Into the Classroom”
Angelica Allende Brisk, for her proposal “YVC Online! Summer 2010″
Jennifer McConnell, for her proposal “Clickers in the World Language Classroom: An Active Learning Approach”
Tobe Stomberg, for her proposal “Compost Club Educator T-Shirts”
Jeff Gaglione, for his proposal “Document Projectors”
Kristin Knowlton, Peter Mili, and Cale Moore, for their proposal “Math Applause”
Barbara Weaver, for her proposal “Part #2 CRLS History Club Research/Advocacy Field Trip to Washington DC”
Catherine Thomas, for her proposal “Slow Food Movement: A Food Revelation”

Friends of CRLS is a 501(c)3 tax-deductible non-profit public charity founded by two parents in January 2007. The group’s mission is to raise private funds from within the Cambridge community to support and enrich the academic and social development programs at Cambridge Rindge and Latin School.

Fore more info on the awards or FOCRLS, click here: www.cpsd.us/crls/News/index.html#FOCRLS10

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