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Innovative Projects Impact Schools, the Community and Learning

The Education Foundation Inc. of Caldwell County recently announced the Community Education Grant recipients for their innovative projects that impact learning in schools and the community. 
The grant winners and their winning projects are listed below:
Holly Andrews Haney, Hudson Middle School, Mobile Dumbbell Cart; Abby Hudgens, Granite Falls, Elementary, Sawmills Elementary and Granite Falls Middle, Digital Listening Library; Jennifer Crain and Brandi Delp, Hudson Middle School, Body Detectives; Rebecca Tester, Gamewell Elementary, Transform with Tablets; Brad Wright, Sawmills Elementary, Putting Students in the Driver’s Seat, Literally!; Emilee Aldaco, Hudson Elementary, Our Hive Is As Strong As Iron: Sculpture Walk Continued; Kami Sanderlin, Valmead Elementary, Shark Attack? Not Today!; and Janice Harris, Davenport A+, Visual Art Projects.
Not pictured: David Brotherton, Hudson Middle School, Feeding the Community
"Their dedication to innovative projects positively impacts schools, the community, and learning," said Pat Triplett, Executive Director of the Foundation. "These teachers and their projects are standouts!"
The Education Foundation bestows these grants in the fall and spring. For more information, go to