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615 771 1912
5005 Meridian Boulevard, Ste. 150, Franklin, TN 37067

See a Need, Meet a Need 2017

Bethesda Elementary School – Steve Fisher, [email protected]

  • Dell Chrome Books ($250-$300 each)
  • Promethean/SMART Boards ($3,000-$3,200 each)

Edmondson Elementary School – Trent Satterfield, [email protected]

  • Dell Chrome Books ($250-$300 each)
  • Promethean/SMART Boards ($3,000-$3,200 each)

Grassland Middle School – Dr. Darren Kennedy, [email protected]

  • 250 Dell Chrome Books ($62,500-$75,000)

Hunters Bend Elementary School – Chad Walker, [email protected]

  • Dell Chrome Books ($250-$300 each)
  • Promethean/SMART Boards ($3,000-$3,200 each)

Longview Elementary School – Kathleen Ball, [email protected]

  • Dell Chrome Books ($250-$300 each)
  • Promethean/SMART Boards ($3,000-$3,200 each)

Mill Creek Middle School – Kari Miller, [email protected]

  • Dell Chrome Books ($250-$300 each)
  • Promethean/SMART Boards ($3,000-$3,200 each)

Page High School – Shane Pantall, [email protected]

  • Dell Chrome Books ($250-$300 each)
  • Promethean/SMART Boards ($3,000-$3,200 each)

Pearre Creek Elementary School – Stephanie Goff, [email protected]

  • Dell Chrome Books ($250-$300 each)
  • Promethean/SMART Boards ($3,000-$3,200 each)

Poplar Groove Middle School – Chris Treadway, [email protected]

  • Pbirewards ($1,100)

Freedom Intermediate – Joel Hoag, [email protected]

  • Dash and Dot Robots
  • Kindle Fires
  • Digital Signage

Johnson Elementary School – Tosha Robinson Baugh, [email protected]

  • iPads
  • Dell Chrome Books ($250-$300 each)
  • Promethean/SMART Boards ($3,000-$3,200 each)
  • Event Volunteers – Tiger Run, Book Fair, Art Show
  • Laptops
  • Eye Screeners for mass vision screening for all schools.
  • Chairs for Office Lobby
  • Updated cafeteria tables
  • Volunteers to paint school
  • Updated Teachers’ Lounge – new tables and chairs
  • PE Movement Room

Popular Grove Elementary – Alisha Erickson, [email protected]

  • Resurfacing the walking track around our playground
  • New weed barrier, flowers, and mulch around our sign at Del Rio
  • Creation and development of a school promotional video
  • Creation and development of a school song
  • Weekly reading buddies (mentors) for students
  • Daily Cafeteria volunteers to help students at lunch
  • Funding for Cafeteria Mural
  • Funding for July Jump Start tutoring program
  • Yearly sponsorship of field trip shirts (provided free to students & staff)
  • Gym Floor to be sanded down and resurfaced
  • Funding for a set of Chrome Books
  • Video recorder that records straight to a MP4 for school videos
  • Outdoor seating for our front entry
  • Electric Weed Wacker
  • Rolling Chairs for teachers
  • Food for our family math night October 24
  • Large metal picnic tables for outside our cafeteria and art room

Brentwood High School – Kevin Keidel, [email protected]

  • Dell Chrome Books ($250-$300 each)
  • Promethean/SMART Boards ($3,000-$3,200 each)

Sunset Elementary School – Karen Caldwell, [email protected]

  • Dell Chrome Books ($250-$300 each)
  • Promethean/SMART Boards ($3,000-$3,200 each)

Popular Grove Middle School – Chris Treadway, [email protected]

  • Reading Program for Special Needs students ($750-$1,300)

Lipscomb Elementary School – Michelle Contich, [email protected]

  • Dell Chrome Books ($250-$300 each)

Sunset Middle School – Timothy L. Brown, [email protected]

  • Dell Chrome Books ($250-$300 each)
  • Promethean/SMART Boards ($3,000-$3,200 each)

Grassland Elementary School – Ann L. Gordon, [email protected]

  • Dell Chrome Books ($250-$300 each)
  • Promethean/SMART Boards ($3,000-$3,200 each)

Fairview Middle School – Heather Hayes, [email protected]

  • Dell Chrome Books ($250-$300 each)
  • Promethean/SMART Boards ($3,000-$3,200 each)

Renaissance High School – Brian Bass, [email protected]

  • Dell Chrome Books ($250-$300 each)
  • Promethean/SMART Boards ($3,000-$3,200 each)

Spring Station Middle School – Paula Pulliam, [email protected]

  • 480 Dell Chrome Books ($120,000-144,000)

Walnut Groove – Kate Donnelly, [email protected]

  • Dell Chrome Books ($250-$300 each)

Fairview High School – Juli Oyer, [email protected]    

  • Dell Chrome Books ($250-$300 each)
  • Promethean/SMART Boards ($3,000-$3,200 each)

Liberty Elementary School – Dr. Cheryl Robey, [email protected]

  • 11 Classroom iPad Sets (6-8 per class)
  • Basketball Goals with full court
  • A track
  • Outdoor Classroom
  • New Stage
  • Leveled Reading sets for each classroom ($2,500-$3,750 each)

Crocket Elementary School – Robert Bohrer, [email protected]

  • Dell Chrome Books ($250-$300 each)
  • Promethean/SMART Boards ($3,000-$3,200 each)

Grace Christian Academy – Robbie Mason, [email protected]

  • 10 SMART/Promethean Boards ($30,000-$32,000 total each costing $3,000-$3,200)
  • 2 PFSense Firewalls
  • 25 iPads
  • Office Furniture
  • 250 Desks
  • 3 Copiers
  • Science Lab Equipment
  • T.E.M. Building
  • Athletic Facilities
    • Gymnasium
    • Weight Room
    • Baseball Facility/Field
    • Football Facility/Field

Moore Elementary School – Lisa Burgin, [email protected]

  • Audio / Video Technology Equipment for morning announcements and video lessons
  • Non-fiction books to utilize as resources for science and social studies curriculum
  • TCAP Coach materials to supplement instruction and help prepare our students for the state assessments
  • Funds for school-wide programs/assemblies – fine arts, science, bullying
  • Technology – an additional laptop cart for student use

Page Middle School – Dr. Eric Lifsey, [email protected]

  • Dell Chrome Books ($250-$300 each)
  • Promethean/SMART Boards ($3,000-$3,200 each)

College Groove Elementary School – Katherine Lillard, [email protected]

  • Dell Chrome Books ($250-$300 each)
  • Promethean/SMART Boards ($3,000-$3,200 each)

Battle Ground Academy – Will Kesler, [email protected]

  • A variety of partnerships with our Entrepreneurial Leadership Program – Feedback and help evaluating student proposals, opportunities for students to analyze a business model, outside speakers in specific areas TBD
  • Aid in creating our Outdoor Activity Center on BGA’s property – gift in kind work on outdoor classroom, amphitheater, and trail construction. This center is located off campus from the school proper and would be a place that students from other local schools could utilize once it is finalized.
  • Internship opportunities for juniors and seniors
  • Outside judges and speaking opportunities for our speech and debate team

 

 

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