Grant History

Since 1992, Lawrence Township has awarded more than 622 grants, totaling more than $2,991,000, to support excellence in Lawrence Township Public Schools.

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Grant Name Yearsort ascending School Description
LHS Black History Celebration 2015-2016 LHS Programs to celebrate multiculturalism and diversity by teaching students about black history.
American Heroes by Jonathan Sprout 2015-2016 LIS Musical assembly for 5th graders about true American Heroes
Monster Uprights and Ropes 2015-2016 LHS Equipment to outfit and upgrade the LHS weight room for use by all students and athletes.
Giant Steps for Jazz 2015-2016 LIS Purchase of new Jazz equipment as well as a guest artist for students
Model Congress 2015-2016 LHS Support of attendance and participation in the NJ model congress program.
Promoting academic excellence in students who require Kinesthetic Stimulation 2015-2016 LIS classroom furniture that uses movement to facilitate cognition, maximize brain function, and anchor learning
Model UN 2015-2016 LHS Support of attendance and participation in competition held in NYC.
A Capital Event 2015-2016 LMS Trip for students to attend the USA Science & Engineering Fair in Washington DC
All aboard the magic school bus 2015-2016 All Elementary A stay trip visit by the magic school bus to all elementary schools
Consider the Following: Bill Nye STEM Videos 2015-2016 LMS Videos to assist students in making a connection to STEM in a variety of areas.
Thinker Zones 2015-2016 All Elementary Hallway spaces for students to think, imagine, wonder and grow
Maker Space at the Library 2015-2016 LMS Creation of a flexible, inspiring environment for students to engage in a variety of STEAM projects
Composing with Noteflight 2015-2016 LMS Music subscription to allow students to compose, share and collaborate
STEAMingo into Kindergarten with bee bot robots 2015-2016 Slackwood and LES Kindergarten Robotics program expansion
LMS Urban Art Project 2015-2016 LMS Artist in residence opportunity with Leon Rainbow to create a mural at LMS
Kinesthetic Classroom; move your body move your mind & Pedal Desks 2015-2016 Ben Franklin Classroom furniture that uses movement to facilitate cognition, maximize brain function, and anchor learning
Turning Point in Poland's Holocaust 2015-2016 LMS Books to enhance the enrichment challenge program at LMS
Eco-friendly tools of instruction: conserve and create 2015-2016 LES Tools to assist the school's "go green" initiative
Little Dragon's Digestive System 2015-2016 District- Wide Program designed to teach children what humans and animals need to survive by taking a journey through the digestive system.
LESter's Little Makerspace 2015-2016 LES Creation of a Makerspace in the school library equipped with tools to let students advance their thinking in academic areas and beyond.
Learning through a Kinesthetic Classroom 2015-2016 LMS Classroom furniture that uses movement to facilitate cognition, maximize brain function and anchor learning
STEAM ebooks for a pre-k to 3rd grade library 2015-2016 LES E-books to enhance the school library MakerSpace
Author Jerry Pallotta visit 2015-2016 Slackwood Elementary School Increasing literacy and the interest of non-fiction books with author Jerry Pallotta.
Feel the Buzz 2015-2016 LMS Lockout Buzzer system that stimulates a competition environment
LES Second graders soar to outer space 2015-2016 LES Mad Science Workshop to expand the Earth, Sun and Moon Science Unit
Promoting academic excellence in students who require Kinesthetic Stimulation 2015-2016 LIS Standing desks and ball chairs for use in the special education program at LIS.
Views of an artist 2015-2016 LHS Artist-in-residence program with Mel Lepzig includes trips to art exhibits.
Hokki Sools for Alternative Seating 2015-2016 LES Furniture to build student engagement and focus
Students making cultural connections through music 2015-2016 LIS Assemblies and workshops to expose students to a variety of musical genres.
Day of Dialogue 2015-2016 LHS Collaborative day of communication with students and staff from high schools throughout Mercer County to discuss similarities and dfferences between themselves and others.

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