5/28/19: $10,000 for food, clothes, and other essentials for children in need at Somerset Elementary.
3/26/19: $1072 for Ms Flores and Ms Reed to attend Common Ground Conference in Maryland.
3/26/19: $5648 for 8 New Computers to replace current, out of date Dell laptops
2/15/19: $665 for a one-year subscription to Raz Plus, a computer platform that helps teachers work with English language learners. Over 17% of SES students are ESOL.
2/15/19: $1,061 for coding computers and software to be used at the February 20 STEM night and beyond.
1/22/19: Request for $933 from SES 5th grade teachers for Junior Scholastic subscriptions for all 5th grade students. Requester: Melissa Hopkins.
1/22/19: $3,750 to fund six SES staff members to lead after-school Professional Learning Communities (PLCs) with other SES staff in the areas of STEM, reading, and student/community engagement. The PLCs also coordinate and organize the STEM Night and Family Reading Night at SES. Requester: Maureen Turner.=
11/27/18: $2,000 to fund a Wings Mentorship for four elementary school students with learning disabilities — two from SES and two from other MCPS elementary schools. The program pays mentors (former teachers) $500 each to work closely with the students and help them design and research a project, culminating in a presentation that showcases their skills and strengths.
11/27/18: $2,218 to fund a program at Whetstone Elementary School (not Title I but 60% FARMS and 42% ESOL) to purchase various items (earbuds, bracelets, t-shirts, etc.) as incentives to students who read 25 books (outside of those assigned for class) during the school year.
9/27/18: $12,370 to fund the After School Clubs that provide remedial assistance to Somerset students in need of math, reading, and writing assistance.
9/27/18: $2,395 to fund a subscription to BrainPOP, an interactive educational website focusing on STEM education and used by all grades at Somerset Elementary School.
9/27/18: $198 to fund spelling reference books for all 3rd grade students at SES to enhance writing skills.
9/27/18: $2,016 to fund purchase of 8 new chromebooks for 3rd grade SES team.
9/27/18: $2,114 to fund the purchase of six 2-way radios to enhance school safety and security for Sequoyah Elementary School, a Montgomery County school that, while not a Title I designee, has a 61% FARMS eligibility rate (for free and reduced priced meals).
8/28/18: $1,075 to fund SES kindergarten structured writing curriculum.