MAKE A DIFFERENCE

Take a look at some of our campaigns listed below. Each campaign has a particular goal in order to make the event a reality.

  1. Lakeshore Reading skills Folder Game Libraries Request for $150

    Kinsey Wemhoff – 1st Grade Linden Elementary These reading skills folder games will provide a fun and engaging way to practice different literacy skills, including vocabulary, phonological awareness, phonics and word recognition.
    $0.00 donated of $150.00 goal
  2. Technology for the Classroom using the Echo Show

    Kady Maresh – 4th Grade at Bell FIeld This tool will enhance classroom learning through technology in all subject areas. The Echo Show brings everything you love about Alexa, and now she can show you things. Watch video flash briefings, Amazon Video content, see music lyrics, photos, weather forecasts, to-do lists, browse and listen to Audible audiobooks, and more.
    $0.00 donated of $230.00 goal
  3. Technology for the Art Department – 1 Macbook

    Geoffrey Semrad/Andrea Rockemann – 5/6 Art at Johnson Crossing Academic Center The purpose of this request is to help fund the purchase of a Macbook, which would be used in the teaching of basic graphic arts design, creative development of our yearbook, photo-editing, Art Club, and to aid in preparing various projects throughout the year.
    $0.00 donated of $1,000.00 goal
  4. Enhancing Language Arts and Math skills with Two i-Pad and Applications

    Emily Baker/Liz Cooper – Kindergarten at Howard Elementary Kindergarten students will be able to practice language arts and math skills independently using educational applications on classroom i-Pads. Students who have mastered kindergarten skills can continue with more challenging content independently, as well. Students will become fluent users if the i-Pad technology, making it easier to navigate through MAP testing taken three times a year.
    $0.00 donated of $1,925.00 goal
  5. STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) books and materials

    Sherry Moural – 3rd Grade at Washington Elementary The requested books and materials will provide students an opportunity to continue to learn in Science, math, Social Studies. These items will also help to grow students’ reading comprehension. THIS GOAL HAS BEEN REACHED!
    $800.00 donated of $800.00 goal
  6. Lakeshore Reading skills Folder Game Libraries

    Heather Kroeger – 1st Grade at Linden Elementary These reading skills folder games will provide a fun and engaging way to enhance reading skills, and practice different literacy skills, including vocabulary, phonological awareness, phonics and word recognition that can be done in a small group or independently.
    $0.00 donated of $150.00 goal
  7. Google Expedition

    Jayme Bieker – Social Studies Fremont Middle School Google Expedition will allow Virtual Field trips for a classroom of 30 students at a time, creating unique opportunities for the students to share new experiences and encourage excitement about learning, via a virtual reality, panoramic technology.
    $0.00 donated of $1,875.00 goal
  8. English Language Arts Activities

    Casie Larson – Kindergarten at Milliken Elementary Kindergarten standards have increased, resulting in teaching more phonics, phonemic awareness, blending and segmenting, word work, word building and reading skills. The materials in this request will address these areas and can be utilized in large group instruction, small group instruction and individual and independent work providing differentiated, hands-on instruction.
    $0.00 donated of $511.00 goal
  9. Qball Throwable Wireless Microphone

    Casie Larson – Kindergarten at Milliken Elementary Use of the Qball will help the entire class learn to take turns sharing answers only when holding the ball. It will amplify the responses of the quiet, shy students who are reluctant to answer and are often spoken for by other students. Increased engagement and student participation, resulting in more learning, will be accomplished in a fun, alternative manner during whole group sharing and learning.
    $0.00 donated of $191.00 goal
  10. Kindergarten Math Activities

    Casie Larson – Kindergarten at Milliken Elementary Math standards in kindergarten have shifted to focus more on number sense, algebraic and geometry concepts, data and measurement. These materials will provide hands-on learning activities, stimulating parts of the brain in a variety of ways with manipulation and touch in these areas. The materials in this request will address these areas and can be utilized in large group instruction, small group instruction and individual and independent work providing differentiated, hands-on instruction.
    $0.00 donated of $365.00 goal
  11. Updated Equipment for Tiger Marching Band

    Doug Bogatz – Instrumental Music at Fremont Senior High Request: $5,615 for 1 Yamaha Marimba with Tough Terrain Frame. As we work toward making the Tiger Marching Band a competitive traveling unit again, we are in need of several major items to build our frontline percussion section. We are listing these as separate items. THIS GOAL HAS BEEN REACHED!
    $5,615.00 donated of $5,615.00 goal
  12. Updated Equipment for Tiger Marching Band

    Doug Bogatz – Instrumental Music at Fremont Senior High Request: $1,799 for 1 Ludwig 18x36 Concert Bass Drum with stand. As we work toward making the Tiger Marching Band a competitive traveling unit again, we are in need of several major items to build our frontline percussion section. We are listing these as separate items.
    $0.00 donated of $1,799.00 goal
  13. Updated Equipment for Tiger Marching Band

    Doug Bogatz – Instrumental Music at Fremont Senior High Request: $1,249 for 1 MacBook Pro to design and implement field shows. As we work toward making the Tiger Marching Band a competitive traveling unit again, we are in need of several major items to build our frontline percussion section. We are listing these as separate items.
    $0.00 donated of $1,249.00 goal
  14. Updated Equipment for Tiger Marching Band

    Doug Bogatz - Instrumental Music at Fremont Senior High Request: $3,565 for 1 Majestic Quantum Vibraphone. As we work toward making the Tiger Marching Band a competitive traveling unit again, we are in need of several major items to build our frontline percussion section. We are listing these as separate items.
    $0.00 donated of $3,565.00 goal

TEACHERS

Have an idea for a campaign or something your students need? Go here to print the Making A Difference Funding Grant Application.