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Virtual Reality: The Sky is the Limit

Learning for young students is certainly in a progressive state. Part of maintaining and exceeding the expectations of the general learning curb, Stephenville schools do their part to ensure that students stay academically inclined. Stephenville Education Foundation...

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Little Learners Doing “Big People” Jobs

In order for children to learn and grow to their full potential, using their imagination is imperative. Stephenville Education Foundation was able to contribute to the use of early learners’ imaginations with this recently awarded grant. Central Elementary Teacher,...

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Tripods For Tiny Learners

In today’s technologically advanced world, the need for supplies that enhance the classroom experience is crucial. Especially now that photography and videography are accessible with the tap of a digital button.  It’s no secret that young students are likely to be...

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Real-World Healthcare Simulations

In today’s modern world, technology and innovation has launched learning into more than just comprehension and retention. Experience is now incorporated into the mix, giving students an opportunity to reach levels of education that were once foreign, or at the very...

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Stem And Blended Learning In The Everyday Classroom

Lindsey Fowler at Stephenville’s Hook Elementary School received a teacher grant from Stephenville Education Foundation for a Blended Learning model. The grant was requested with the purpose that 42 students would have access to personalized instruction on the iPad,...

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ClearTouch The Future

Amanda Gilchrist and Kelci Dowell at Stephenville’s Chamberlin Elementary School received a teacher grant from Stephenville Education Foundation for ClearTouch Interactive Panel. The grant was requested with the purpose that 50 students would have access to an...

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Thank You, Staff Givers

Each year, the Stephenville ISD staff has the opportunity to demonstrate their commitment to education by donating to the Stephenville Education Foundation Staff Giving Program. We are so grateful for those who join up with SEF by getting involved to make a...

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Bee Bot-ing Into The iChampion Classroom

Kelci Dowell at Stephenville’s Chamberlin Elementary School received a teacher grant from Stephenville Education Foundation for Bee-Bots. The grant was requested with the purpose that 100 students would have access to easy-to-operate robots. Bee-bots are the perfect...

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Beyond The Pages

Lisa West at Stephenville’s Hook Elementary School received a teacher grant from Stephenville Education Foundation for 4D Interactive Books. The grant was requested with the purpose that 570 students will have access through the library to 4D books that are a variety...

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Digitally Representing Understanding

Kathleen Sims at the Stephenville High School received a teacher grant from Stephenville Education Foundation for digital math portfolios. The grant was requested so students could create a math portfolio depicting their understanding of concepts with the use of a...

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A Partner In Education: The Why Behind The Donation

We are grateful for the donations our partners in education contribute to our Stephenville ISD schools. We were so intrigued by the generous hearts of our donors, that we decided to take a look into the why behind the donation. This month, we interviewed Dr. Nanette Evans with Cross Timbers Orthopaedics to gain insight from our faithful donor.

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Grants Awarded Fall 2020

Grants Awarded Fall 2020Central ElementaryTeacher - Amber Monk The Letter People Puppets date back to the 70’s but still have a place in education today as a fun additional tool to use in our literacy program. Children today need something that grabs their attention...

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Every Dollar Matters Because Every Student Matters

EVERY DOLLAR MATTERS BECAUSE EVERY STUDENT MATTERS   A student will spend more time at school than they will at home. It’s more than education advancement material; it is more than $10 every month. Every dollar matters because every student matters. Strengthen our...

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