The Education Foundation of Baltimore County Public Schools, in partnership with Hot Spots Extended Care Program, Inc., proudly announces the 21st Century Enrichment Grants for the 2016-2017 school year. Listed below are the schools, principals, and grant liaisons:
- Cromwell Valley Elementary Regional Magnet, Cathy Thomas, Principal, and Dana Novotny, 21st Century Grant Liaison
- Hillcrest Elementary, Douglas Elmendorf, Principal, and Mary Beth Capka, 21st Century Grant Liaison
- Johnnycake Elementary, Bre- Anne Fortkamp, Principal, and Nesrene El-Fayoumy, 21st Century Grant Liaison
- Middleborough Elementary, Jamie Basignani, Principal, and Laura Ferrante, 21st Century Grant Liaison
- Rodgers Forge Elementary, Missy Fanshaw, Principal, and Jen Piet, 21st Century Grant Liaison
- Wellwood International, Jodi O’Neill, Principal, and Allison Devereaux, 21st Century Grant Liaison
- Woodbridge Elementary, Lori Phelps, Principal, and Emily Csapo, 21st Century Grant Liaison
Through the application process, each school selected a 21st century theme that was aligned with BCPS goals for academics and key actions as stated in the BCPS Blueprint 2.0: Our Way Forward and the school progress plans. The project needed to include plans for an educational enrichment community event in order to strengthen community partnerships and increase a commitment from parents and teachers through a collaborative and strategic process.
The principal and the 21st Century Grant Liaison from each of the award winning schools will attend a grant orientation on Wednesday, November 9, 2016, from 9– 11 a.m., at Hot Spots Headquarters (1306 Bellona Avenue, Lutherville, Maryland 21093),
Congratulations to each of our recipients, and we look forward to the opportunity to collaboratively work with each of the schools to provide high-quality community enrichment experiences. Follow the grant implementation and progress through the blog on the Hot Spots website www.hsecp.org throughout this school year.