Angela Sorenson was able to purchase a class set of 30 Texas Instruments TI-30XS MultiView EZ-Spot Scientific Calculators with the 2019-20 grant money from Publix and Kroger donations.
Lynette Ebbert was able to purchase a Magnetic Didactic Adult Human Skull for her Anatomy Class with the 2019-20 grant money from Publix and Kroger donations. This fascinating model of an average European adult skull can be disassembled into 22 single bones. During development of this model one of the main targets was to make the model easy to assemble and dismantle. Stable parts with convenient magnet connections make handling of the product a child‘s play. The detailed bones do not need any complicated pins to be stuck into holes, they almost slide into position, guided by realistic bone sutures and held by strong magnets. The perfect tool for Osteopaths.
Jordan Tridrick was able to purchase a class set of 22 books entitled, “Napolean’s Buttons: How 17 Molecules Changed History” for science class with the 2019-20 grant money from Publix and Kroger donations.
The following teacher grants were purchased with the 2018-19 money from Publix and Kroger donations:
- Amanda Ryan – Cutaneous Sensation Kits
- School Nurse – Narcotics Cabinet (Double Lock Design)
- Karen Duncan – American Weigh Scale
- Math – Protractors & Compass sets and Algebra 2 Software
- Dan Campagna – Screen Printing Frames
- Ann Baxley – Volumetric Pipets and Pipet Pumps
- Jamie Bell – Microscope Slides
- Vince Mull – Vernier Labquest Mini
- Heather Guiendon – Class set of Calculators
- Pam Riley – CPO Equipment
- Erin Guthrie – Headphones
- Jana Williams – Vocal Instructor
- World Languages – Books, maps and posters
- Art – Porta-Trace LED Light Boxes and Light Table
Honors Chemistry and Physical Science teacher, Ann Baxley, was able to purchase a new electronic scale for her Chemistry lab with the 2018-19 teacher grant money from Publix and Kroger donations. 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