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SRVEF Announces 2021 Grant Awards

The San Ramon Valley Education Foundation (SRVEF) is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2021 Teacher Grants. Once again, SRVEF partnered with DonorsChoose.org.  As a result of matching funds and external donations, SRVEF funded ALL ELIGIBLE grants.  

This year, SRVEF has awarded 90 grants totaling $30,756, including 20 music and science grants funded by the SRVEF Endowment Committee.

The SRVEF Grant Program is funded primarily through proceeds from the Run for Education and the Auction for Education.  The Endowment Grant Program is funded through our annual donation drive and annual recognition dinner, Celebrate Innovation in Education.

Unfunded teacher grants will remain active on the DonorsChoose.org website for approximately two more months during which time the grants may continue to receive external funding, including funding from individual and corporate donors, and matching fund donors. If a grant is not fully funded by the expiration date, any external money pledged is returned to the donor.  Grants that still require funding may be reviewed by clicking here.  

All funded SRVUSD Grants may be reviewed on the DonorsChoose.org site and are available by clicking here


Please see the list below for results. Any questions may be directed to grants@srvef.org.

A Home for Our Books, Ms. Jones, Charlotte Wood Middle School
 
All Hands on Deck! Morning Bins Build Community!, Mrs. Alms, Rancho Romero Elementary School
 
All the Book Series, Ms. Williamson, Bollinger Canyon Elementary School
 
Are Your Ears in Tune Yet?? (E), Ms. Bertolero, Coyote Creek Elementary School
 
Asian-American Experience in WWII America, Ms. Lempesis, Stone Valley Middle School
 
Atlas - Shrug? A Tech-Free Way to teach Geography!, Mrs. C., Rancho Romero Elementary School
 
Biographies Inspire Us to Change the World!, Ms. Louda, Quail Run Elementary School
 
BIPOC scripts need for Theatre Arts students, Ms. Woods, California High School
 
Books are fun!, Mrs. Jain, Quail Run Elementary School
 
Books in a Vast Array of Perspectives, Mrs. Kim, Bella Vista Elementary
 
Books That Embrace All Genders, Families, and Feelings, Mrs. Frank, Walt Disney Elementary School
 
Books that Teach and Inspire New Readers, Ms. Mayer, Alamo Elementary School
 
Books, Books, and More Books!, Ms. Granger, Iron Horse Middle School
 
Books, Books, Books, Ms. Saxer, Walt Disney Elementary School
 
Bring History To Life With Narrative Non-Fiction, Ms. Doran, Stone Valley Middle School
 
Bringing Wildlife to the Classroom with Sulphur Creek (E), Mrs. Chamberlin, Montevideo Elementary School
 
Build It (E), Mrs. Schaad, Bollinger Canyon Elementary School
 
Building Our Classroom Library, Ms. Baron, Twin Creeks Elementary School
 
Can You Hear Me Now? (E), Ms. C, Quail Run Elementary School
 
Carter's Circuit Project (E), Ms. Carter, Los Cerros Middle School
 
Classroom Chromebook, Mrs. Theresa Pacheco, California High School
 
Color Our World (E), Ms. King, Country Club Elementary School
 
Creating Scientists (E), Ms. Garnett, Coyote Creek Elementary School
 
Creative and Fun Ideas, Mrs. Dasani, Greenbrook Elementary School
 
Creative Learning Opportunities, Mrs. Matkins, Walt Disney Elementary School
 
Creativity, Collaboration, and Kindness - STEM and Community (E), Mrs. Dobberpuhl, Bollinger Canyon Elementary School
 
Cricut Crafting to Promote Literacy (E), Mrs. Orozco, San Ramon Valley High School
 
Cycling for Success, Mr. Briemle, Stone Valley Middle School
 
Dazzling Displays on Deck, Ms. Garrahan, Windemere Ranch Middle School
 
Diverse and Exciting Books for Curious 5th Graders, Mrs. Wilson, Alamo Elementary School
 
Diverse Character Books, Ms. Fettig, Alamo Elementary School
 
Engaging Books for Striving Readers, Teacher Dougherty, Gale Ranch Middle School
 
Engaging Teen Readers, Mr. Johnson, San Ramon Valley High School
 
Engineer It!, Ms. Ogden, Golden View Elementary
 
Enriching Books to help Support our Classroom Library, Mrs. Oh, Walt Disney Elementary School
 
Exciting Titles for Reengaging Readers, Mrs. Rossi, San Ramon Valley High School
 
Feed Prospering Minds with Snacks and Supplies, Ms. Mazotti, Los Cerros Middle School
 
Growing as Learners in 2nd Grade! (E), Mrs. Han, Bollinger Canyon Elementary School
 
Healing Through Art!, Ms. Rachel Lee, Del Amigo High School
 
High Interest and Leveled Books!, Mrs. Singh, Bella Vista Elementary
 
High Interest Books to Ignite Reading!, Mrs. Frank, Walt Disney Elementary School
 
High Interest Classroom Library Books Make Reading Fun!, Mrs. Frank, Walt Disney Elementary School
 
Historical Fiction for Inquisitive 8th Graders, Mr. Crouch, Stone Valley Middle School
 
Imagining and Building in the New Year, Mrs. Hayden, Montevideo Elementary School
 
Inspiration Through Art! (E), Mr. Jordan, Iron Horse Middle School
 
Intensive SDC Class in Need of Light Table, Ms. Mimi, Bollinger Canyon Elementary School
 
Keeping Us Going with TPT, Ms. Martin, Montair Elementary School
 
Learning and Making in and Out Doors, Ms. Flenar, Quail Run Elementary School
 
Learning Through Play Is the TK Way!, Mrs. Calvert, Quail Run Elementary School
 
Let the Coding Begin! (E), Mrs. Angeles, Quail Run Elementary School
 
Let's Bond Over Bocce!, Mr. Struempf, Green Valley Elementary School
 
Let's Get Organized!, Mrs. Sealock, Quail Run Elementary School
 
Let's Go Ride a Bike!, Ms. Draper, Stone Valley Middle School
 
Let's Spruce Up the Classroom Library, Ms. Cox, Rancho Romero Elementary School
 
Leveled Book Sets, Mrs. Eisan, Neil Armstrong Elementary School
 
Leveling Up Our Library, Mrs. Cogorno, Neil Armstrong Elementary School
 
 
Literary Jenga Learning Fun, Ms. Teslich Haaverson, California High School
 
Makerspace in the Making (E), Ms. Dowd, Diablo Vista Middle School
 
Making Learning Fun in  Special Education Pre-K, Mrs. Bass, Greenbrook Elementary School
 
Manga Madness, Ms. Garrahan, Windemere Ranch Middle School
 
Math Made Fun, Mrs. Hayden, Montevideo Elementary School
 
Math Manipulatives for Intervention Students (E), Mrs. Campbell, Rancho Romero Elementary School
 
Medieval History Comes Alive Using VR!, Mrs. Mock, Charlotte Wood Middle School
 
More Robot Parts, More Learning (E), Mr. Patel, Windemere Ranch Middle School
 
Mrs. DiGi's Art Inspiration Round Up, Mrs. DiGiovanni, Walt Disney Elementary School
 
Music in the Dojo (E), Ms. Smith, Montair Elementary School
 
Narrative Non-Fiction for Exploring History, Ms. Mehta, Stone Valley Middle School
 
Novels In Verse + 8th Graders  = Lifelong Readers, Ms. Jones, Charlotte Wood Middle School
 
Open Up the World to My Students Through Books!, Ms. Raney, Rancho Romero Elementary School
 
Paying it Forward, Ms. Teslich Haaverson, California High School
 
Ping Pong Fun, Mr. Johnson, Gale Ranch Middle School
 
Play in Tune! (E), Ms. Hoover, Windemere Ranch Middle School
 
Poem Books for Literature Circles, Ms. Teslich Haaverson, California High School
 
Precise Percussionists (E), Mrs. Edington, Diablo Vista Middle School
 
Raising Awareness ...  Social Issues in Books, Mrs. Nguyen, Windemere Ranch Middle School
 
Read All About It!, Mrs. Johnson, Iron Horse Middle School
 
Reading for Societal Awareness, Mr. Scioscia, Pine Valley Middle School
 
Score with Soccer!!, Mr. Kyriacou, Walt Disney Elementary School
 
Small Hands Build Great Minds With "Loose Parts" in TK (E), Ms. Ellman, Country Club Elementary School
 
Social Justice Books to Increase Diversity in Our Collection, Mrs. Volenec, Stone Valley Middle School
 
Social Studies Weekly - a Fun Way to Learn, Ms. Beem, Alamo Elementary School
 
Spread Kindness With Supplies for Kinder and First Graders!, Ms. Kassi, Creekside Elementary School
 
Spruce Up Our Classroom Library!, Mrs. Alms, Rancho Romero Elementary School
 
STEAM Engaged Learners (E), Mrs. Webster, Coyote Creek Elementary School
 
Storybook STEM, Mrs. Dotson, Rancho Romero Elementary School
 
Students Need Books for Clubs, Mrs. D., Charlotte Wood Middle School
 
We Are Authors: Blank Books to Inspire Our Stories, Mrs. Frank, Walt Disney Elementary School
 
We Love Non-Fiction Books!, Mrs. Frank, Walt Disney Elementary School
 
We Read to Know that We're Not Alone, Ms. Tully, Iron Horse Middle School

 

Note: Grants with an (E ) were funded by the SRVEF Endowment Committee.

 

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