Carroll EMC Awards 2018 Bright Ideas Grants

Carroll EMC Awards 2018 Bright Ideas Grants

Carroll EMC recently awarded grants to local educators to fund creative and innovative educational projects for students in their classrooms. Grants of up to $1,000 were awarded to public school teachers, teaching grades Pre-K – 12, for projects in any subject.

Bright Ideas grants are funded through the donations of Carroll EMC Members who participate in Operation Round Up®, a program where Members elect to “round-up” their electric bills to the nearest dollar. The program is overseen by Carroll EMC Foundation trustees and funds a variety of community service projects including Bright Ideas, student scholarships, and many health and human services programs.

For 2018, 104 grants were awarded, totaling $78,924. These grants will help 104 teachers in 41 schools and will affect hundreds of children in our communities.

Included in this funding cycle were:

 

  • Bay Springs Middle School
    • Connie Reddish
  • Bowdon Elementary
    • Pat Browning
    • Debra Phillips
    • Lindsay Rogers
    • Beth Herring
    • Laurie Strawn
    • Jamie Martin
  • Bowdon Middle School
    • Kelly Ogles
  • Carrollton Elementary
    • Annette Perkins
    • Amy Ware
    • Jessica Dietsch
    • Devonne Cooper/Tracey Morris
    • Tracey Cleek
    • Jessica Payne
    • Lisa Hines
    • Tamara Wooten
  • Carrollton Middle School
    • Moses Slurano-Mitchell
    • Mary Miller
  • Carrollton High School
    • Scott Johnson
    • Tim Hawig
    • April Bagby
    • David Bryson
  • Central Elementary
    • Dana Pearce
    • Nicole  Robinson
    • Ashley Widener
    • Courtney Chastain
    • Megan Foster
    • Amy Baxter
    • Kate Nicholson
    • Andrea Brown
  • Central Middle School
    • Dena Siek
    • Dana Sharp
  • Central High School
    • Heather Robertson
    • Laura Williford
    • Cynthia Landon
  • Glanton-Hindsman Elementary
    • Amanda Eskew
    • Monica Brown
  • Ithica Elementary
    • Bridget Corbett
  • Mt Zion High School
    • Heather Morse
  • Providence Elementary
    • Amber Jensen
  • Roopville Elementary
    • Kimberly Thomas
  • Sandhill Elementary
    • Missy Calas
    • Ruth Smith
    • Carly Collins
  • Sharp Creek Elementary
    • Tara Ferguson
    • Amy Hilton
  • Temple Elementary
    • Brittany Reck
  • Temple Middle School
    • Dan Saurino
    • Penelope Saurino
    • Teresa  Steele
    • Colleen Mount
    • Liz Banks
    • Adam Scurr
  • Temple High School
    • Wanda Sumner
    • Sabrina Thompson
    • Latoya Thomas
    • Teresa  Pope
  • Villa Rica Elementary
    • Geoffrey Harden
  • Villa Rica Middle School
    • Robin  Phillips
  • Villa Rica High School
    • Emily Tucker
    • Annie Butler
    • Carl Jordan
    • Stephanie Miles
    • Shara Yarbrough
  • Whitesburg Elementary
    • Jennifer Saylor
    • Kim Wilson

 

Applications for 2019 will be accepted beginning July 1 and can only be submitted via the cooperative’s website, carrollemc.com.

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