Public Education Funds Award Mini-Grants for Spring 2020 Teacher Projects!
The Community Public Education Fund for Thomas County and Thomasville Public Schools and the Robert Warde Chambers Public Education Fund for Brooks County Schools through the Community Foundation of South Georgia has awarded another round of mini-grants to educators this winter. This nonprofit initiative was designed to encourage quality educational projects and activities which strengthen public education.
Several mini-grants of up to $500 were awarded for the benefit of each public school system this winter for use in Spring 2020 semester projects not funded by school budgets.
Congratulations to our 2018 Recipients
Thomas County Schools
Kelly Dorminey – Cross Creek Elementary
Rebecca Holder, Felicia Love, Robert Parker, Barry Bowdre & Blake Summers – Thomas Co. Middle
Whitney Robertson – Hand-In-Hand Primary
Christi Stewart – Garrison-Pilcher Elementary
Ryan Solberger – Thomas Co. Middle
Shantel Thompson – Bishop Hall Charter
Thomasville City Schools
Chandra Blake – Jerger Elementary
Andrea Brower – Harper Elementary
Dana Rainey – MacIntyre Park Middle
Marcie West – Thomasville Scholars Academy
Brooks County Schools
Quitman Elementary- Tammy Akers, Bailey Atkinson, Mia Fiekel, Teresa Johnson, Angie Tillman
Brooks Co High- Libby Aldridge, Charles Mitchell, Ella Mobley, Holly Stone, LeAndra Vasquez
North Brooks Elementary- Melissa DeWitt, Taylor Hoes, Whitney Monetti, Tina Nunn, Brad Ruis
Brooks Co Middle- Brandon Culpepper, Christine Hiers, Beth Lee, Dale Rickards, Briana Shackelford
Delta Innovative- Howard Akers, Brandy McCreary, Dondraie Seay, Daniel Storey, Winfred Williams
Early Learning Center- Kristy Malone, Katherine Mason, Brittney McKenny
Brooks Co School System- Marcus Richardson, Lindsi Jones