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NCTIES Grants are now available!

Each year NCTIES offers three (3) $3000.00 grants that will be awarded for innovative, student-involved projects which effectively use technology. Each grant recipient will receive a check for $3000 and agree to present their project at the 2019NCTIES Conference at the Raleigh Convention Center. The winner will receive registration and one night’s lodging in addition to the check for the school. At that conference, each winner will present a ... Read More »

ASCD Teacher Impact Grants – Deadline Approaching!

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ASCD Teacher Impact Grants (TIGs) provide funding and support directly to teachers for promising teacher-led, administrator-supported ideas, programs, or initiatives to improve education. These grants allow teachers to develop and execute projects that can serve as models to be replicated and scaled. The program provides the flexibility, funding, and evaluation support necessary to meet the unique needs of promising teacher-led ... Read More »

South Newton Teachers Win CenturyLink Technology Grant

Julianne Surratte (1st grade teacher) and Shannon Mullins (1st/2nd grade teacher) were surprised today during student clubs when they were awarded the CenturyLink Teachers and Technology Grant. Surratte and Mullins wrote the $1200 grant requesting digital cameras for their photography and yearbook clubs. CenturyLink Foundation will award a total of $1.4 million dollars this year to support teachers who use technology to ... Read More »

Hickory International Council Community Grant Application 2015 Now Available

The Hickory International Council (HIC) offers grants to community organizations that provide programs supportive of the goals, purposes and projects of the HIC.  Each year, two (2) grants will be provided to the community based upon competitive proposals.  See our website for information about the mission of HIC Proposals should be received by December 16, 2015, and awardees will ... Read More »

Ninth Annual NeCoEdFo Red Hot Spelling Bee Winners!

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The ninth annual Newton-Conover Education Foundation Red Hot Spelling Bee proved to be a huge success on Thursday night, April 16th. N-CCS staff, students, volunteers, supporters and community members came out in the rain to support the Education Foundation and raise money for students’ scholarships and teachers’ innovative grants! Teams of 4 worked together to spell words in an effort ... Read More »

Grant Writing Workshop Engages Teachers, Administrators, and Board Members

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After two weather cancellations, NCCS teachers, administrators, support staff and Board members were able to attend a Grant Writing Workshop facilitated by Amy Bradley, Director of Patterson Science Center in Caldwell County.  Participants learned the basics of grant writing, tips for success, and need to know information for any grant writer.  Bradley shared resources and a variety of organizations that ... Read More »

NeCoEdFo’s Ninth Annual Red Hot Spelling Bee Announced!

Are you interested in competitive sports? How about competitive games? And, what are your thoughts on competitive GROUP games? If any of this interests you, then you must come be a part of the Newton-Conover Education Foundation’s Ninth Annual Red Hot Spelling Bee, brought to us this year by the Observer News Enterprise and Outlook! This bee is one of two ... Read More »

Kelly Cannon Receives Khan Academy Grant to Purchase Chromebooks

The Morgridge Family Foundation teamed up with Khan Academy to offer a technology grant with the purpose of increasing the access students have to Khan Academy. In order to receive the grant, each applicant needed to be teacher of math or computer programming, have experience using Khan Academy, and have the technology purchased and implemented within 45 days from receiving ... Read More »

NCCS to Partner with Amy Bradley to Provide Grant-Writing Seminar

Amy Bradley, Director of The Patterson Science Center in Caldwell County, has written and received over $1M in grants in the past 2.5 years.  What is her secret?  Newton-Conover City Schools is partnering with this gifted educator and leader to share how to write effective grants on Tuesday, February 17th from 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm in the Newton-Conover Middle ... Read More »

Nu Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma – Offering Grants

Are you  looking for a way to support your classroom with specific needs?  Check out the Nu Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma group that supports educators.   Nu Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma is an international society of professional educators that are dedicated to supporting educational endeavors.  With over 70 members, this group has a mission of fundraising monies which are earmarked for ... Read More »