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Spring 2011 Grants Announced
Press Release - July 26, 2011
On July 25, 2011, the Education Foundation of South Brunswick Township, Inc., announced the successful grant applicants for its Spring 2011 grants program, the initial program in its history, at the South Brunswick Board of Education meeting. Applicants could be awarded up to $500 for an individual grant or up to $1,000 for a cooperative grant.


The Foundation awarded more than $5,200 in grants to members of the South Brunswick High School (“SBHS”), Constable Elementary School (“CES”), and Indian Fields Elementary School (“IFES”) faculties.

Among the innovative ideas and programs the Foundation is investing in are “Google Jockeying,” Justin Negraval (SBHS), “Flip for Technology,” Lisa Manganello (SBHS), “Afterschool Peer Support,” Kelly Boyer (SBHS), “Healthy Living Program,” Patricia Bramson and Donna Sichta (SBHS), “Sensory Kits,” Rachel Atzert, Amy Bertelsen Robles, Allison Dubois and Jennifer Leach (IFES), “Mountain Math & Mountain Language,” Debra Bevan (CES), and “Ryan’s Story Assembly Program,” Gina Welsh (SBHS).

The next application window will open during September 2011 for the 2011-2012 grant program.

It is the mission of The Education Foundation of South Brunswick Township, Inc., a (501)(c)(3) non-profit corporation, to promote and provide educational support and opportunities through innovative programs and projects. The Foundation will fulfill its mission by attracting and allocating financial and in-kind gifts of goods and services to and for the students of the South Brunswick School District.

For more information contact Martin Abschutz at (732) 631-5644 or e-mail info@edfoundationsb.org.


To see information on all grants: View the Grant Report

 

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