2014 Champions Grant Awards





Chaparral High School
$29,482 to create a computer lab that will augment the program at Chaparral through the use of online learning and digital arts instruction.

El Capitan High School
$23,000 to purchase new laptops for teachers so they can be better equipped to use digital/paperless resources and to teach students how to use the online resources and apps available to them.

Grossmont High School
$80,458 to integrate technology and foster collaboration and making connections between the arts and core academic classes.

Loma Portal Elementary School
$54,105 to create a computer science lab that will teach students, grades K-4, technology skills such as keyboarding, animation, coding, internet safety and anti-cyberbullying.


North Carolina

Garinger High School
$50,000 to build an outdoor classroom and kitchen, which will increase teaching capacity  at the school and will create a space where students, families and volunteers can learn and engage on the Garinger Urban Farm.

Metrolina Regional Scholars Academy
$24,000 to purchase desktop computers for their outdated computer lab, as well as new wireless access points.

Rocky River Elementary School
$49,840 to purchase LEGO EV3 robots so students can learn engineering skills, as well as problem solving and collaboration.

Rocky River High School
$45,443 to purchase laptops and carts so they can implement a Computers On Wheels program.

WM Irvin Elementary School
$40,316 to build a track and various exercise stations, which will promote healthy living and whole child education.



Muskogee Public Schools Library Specialists
$49,979 to purchase eBooks and tablets for students and teachers across the district.

Sadler Arts Academy
$78,000 to build a walking/running path that will provide a safe place for students at multiple schools to actively create a lifestyle that enhances fitness of the body and mid.

Tony Goetz Elementary School
$32,000 to purchase iPads to enhance classroom curriculum.