Raleigh Park Elementary

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2014-2015

Camp Achieve: $30,000

Cedar Mill, Raleigh Park and Ridgewood Elementary Schools

Funding provided through the BEF Building STEAM 4 All Program

Camp Achieve is a nine-week collaborative summer school offering high-quality, research-based instruction to help prevent “summer slide”.  The program is designed to serve students of all abilities and skills.  With key partnerships with community-based organizations such as Tualatin Valley Parks and Recreation, students from all three schools, will also have the opportunity to participate in enrichment activities.

2013-2014

Camp Achieve: $24,000

Cedar Mill, Raleigh Park and Ridgewood Elementary Schools

Funding provided through the BEF Building STEAM 4 All Program

Camp Achieve is a nine-week collaborative summer school offering high-quality, research-based instruction to help prevent “summer slide”.  The program is designed to serve students of all abilities and skills.  With key partnerships with community-based organizations such as Tualatin Valley Parks and Recreation, students will also have the opportunity to participate in enrichment activities.

 

Arts for Learning (A4L): $312.50
Award will be used to fund two Arts for Learning units, with an artist in residence in one classroom in each grade 3-5. Arts for Learning integrates standards-focused, text-based content and arts strategies to improve students’ achievement in literacy, learning and life skills.

2012-2013

Wooden Car: $1,000
Funding provided through the BEF Building STEAM 4 All Program
This project will fund materials for the Beaverton Science Specialist team to go to all 33 elementary schools and teach first grade students a science inquiry lesson. Students will learn about the motion of objects when a force is applied as they wind a rubber band around a wooden car and measure how far it goes over different surfaces.

 

2010-2011

Arts for Learning (A4L): $312.50
Award will be used to fund one Arts for Learning unit, with an artist in residence in one classroom in each grade 3-5 during the spring. Arts for Learning integrates standards-focused, text-based content and arts strategies to improve students’ achievement in literacy, learning and life skills.

Art Literacy Digital Transition: $1,600
The update of obsolete slide to digital technology for the Art Literacy program will provide continued viewing of museum quality images and presentations that demonstrate the power and value of the visual arts across time and in our world.

 

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