Thank you so much for providing a new electronic balance for my chemistry classroom. This allows smaller lab groups, so each student is more engaged in the lab. I truly appreciate how you support teachers and students at Walton.
Ann Baxley - Honors Chemistry and Physical Science teacher
Students have lots of fun with interactive learning using the 10 player console buzzer system. Thank you to the Foundation for this valuable resource.
Items purchased with the 2017-18 Grant Money from Publix and Kroger donations
Every school year, the Walton Foundation raises money through these two grocery shopping programs to grant teachers money to purchase various tools to help in their classroom.
Click on the logos to the left and right to see how to enroll so that your every day grocery purchases will help raise money for the Walton Foundation and give these teachers additional resources to enhance their instruction.
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Amanda Ryan – Dissection Trays & Accessories and Skull
Maggie Hemmady – Console Buzzer System
Madalyn Murphy – Dropper Vials
Olivia Henderson – Giant Periodic Table
Dan Campagna – Screen Printing Frames
Callie Bryan – Set of 30 Rostam Novels
Jamie Bell – Microscope Slides
Tina Link – Microscope Slides
Vince Mull – Bone Set and Biorad racks
Heather Guiendon – Motion Sensor
Pam Riley – Motion Sensor
Ann Baxley – Balance
Amanda Edwards – Water Kits
Melissa Haehnel - Whiteboard
Pictured are my students using the Rostam and Suhrab graphic novels in Honors World Literature. The graphic novel makes the epic more accessible and easier to comprehend. Additionally, students use the graphic novel as inspiration for their own symbolic visuals on a one-pager assignment.
Callie Bryan - English teacher