The Impressionable Brain of the Developing Child

The Brain Architecture activity will be used as an introductory lesson to engage students in the intellectual development of children. This simulation experience was created by Harvard University Center on the Developing Child to cultivate a hands on, visually engaging lesson for students to understand how early experiences are built […]

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Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Learning Kit Opportunities

The Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion library will be housed in the Diverse Equity and Inclusion space at the High School. This space will be available to all students and staff, and the space will be filled with books/resources centered around diverse issues such as: LGBT+, Racism, Xenophobia, Religion, Sexism, Body […]

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Broadway in Detroit: Students and Senior Citizens Book Club Extension for Dear Evan Hansen

While reading the book Dear Evan Hansen as a novel study class and a partnership with senior citizens at Brecon Village, we would like to take students and any willing Brecon Village friends to Fisher Theatre in Detroit, to experience a live Broadway show together. This would be a culminating […]

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Making the Carbon Cycle Visible

I am requesting the funds to obtain 7 carbon dioxide sensors for the purpose of hands-on, NGSS-based labs. These will allow students to “watch” the carbon cycle in action in both cellular respiration and photosynthesis—two of the most complicated things that we discuss in Biology A. This also links directly […]

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Finding Financial Peace

Dave Ramsey is a financial guru in the industry. He created a curriculum targeted towards high school students, which teaches them financial literacy in an interactive, applicable format using real life examples.

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Tutoring Accessibility

Students from financially challenged homes need tutoring help that their families’ budgets cannot support. With these funds and in collaboration with Saline Area Social Service, we will arrange for them to be tutored twice weekly by professional tutors from Great Lakes Educational Group in the subject or subjects where they […]

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SSWCA: Student Leadership

10 SHS Writing Center students collaborated on an evaluation and overall progress of our center activities over the past year. They identified 2 main areas of improvement and innovation: Intergenerational/Community Partnerships and our Online and Asynchronous Feedback Process. The research and findings of both groups will be presented at the […]

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Mental Health Services Accessibility

Students from financially challenged homes confronting serious mental health issues need professional services that their families’ budgets cannot support. In partnership with Saline Area Social Service, we will arrange for four students to work individually with qualified mental health professionals for 10 weeks. Since the students are also likely to […]

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O2 Grow Better

The purchase of a O2 Grow electrolysis unit to generate nano-oxygen to improve yield and quality of tomatoes and other fruiting vegetables grown by Agriculture students to supply the Culinary Arts Program Students

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Woof Woof Finn the Therapy Dog (Training)

The emotional well being of students significantly impacts success and achievement. We must be creative in supporting student mental and emotional health given fixed numbers of trained mental health professionals and finite student resources in the district. Training Finn to be a therapy dog is an additional avenue we can […]

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