Congratulations Grant Winners for 2019!

MassCUE is excited to announce the grant recipients for 2019. These grants are intended to provide recipients with an opportunity to bring new innovative ideas into their classrooms. This year the process was highly competitive with a large number of high quality proposals. MassCUE would like to thank everyone who submitted a proposal and congratulate the winning applicants. All grant recipients will receive an email with detailed directions on how to apply for reimbursement. The deadline for submitting all necessary documentation is May 1, 2019.

Christina Foley Around the World in 180 School Days: Taking Small Town Students to the Corners of the World Millbury Public Schools
Sandra Bleecker Connecting Computer Science Concepts across ASL, English and Creative Physical Computing The Learning Center For The Deaf
David Quinn Cleared to Launch: Nipmuc Regional High School Takes the Global Space Balloon Challenge Mendon-Upton Regional School District
Victoria Cameron Labo in the STEAM Lab East Bridgewater Public Schools
Lisa Felan Kindergarten Reading, Response and Reflection Andover Public Schools
Jessica Lazarus 3D Printing & Product Design Pembroke Public Schools
Ellen Gammel Collaborative Technology Learning Station Montachusett Regional Vocational Technical School
Elizabeth Marchetti Finding the best Root through discovery! Georgetown Public Schools
Jennifer St. Michel Making Augmented Reality a Reality Seekonk Public Schools
Rachel Maguire The Digital Toolkit! Art for Today’s Market Silver Lake Regional School District
Meagan Martin Flipping For iPads Quabbin Regional School District
Amanda Hough  Sparking Student Global Awareness through STEAM  Mashpee Public Schools
Kevin Murphy VR into History with the Oculus Rift Frontier Regional School District
Margo Bridges  Taking the Next Step with 3D Design  Norton Public Schools 
Patti Keller G-Term Robotics in the Library  Grafton Public Schools
Shanna Belenky Robotics for All! Canton Public Schools

Reimbursement Application Process

Reimbursement Application Process 
All forms should be submitted online by May 1, 2019
1. Complete the Reimbursement Form
2. Collect and the itemized receipts.
3. Each item on the reimbursement form needs to be numbered and correlate with the same item on the receipt. So, please number the items on the receipt accordingly, so that number 1 on the Reimbursement Form relates to number 1 on the itemized receipts.
4. Sign into Google to submit the Reimbursement Form and scanned receipts using this form. Please note: If school’s Google domain disallows sharing outside of the organization, you must use a personal Google account.
If you have any questions please email:
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