Emotional Wellness Category
All Comprehensive High Schools
KNOW MORE Club - Teen Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention - Provides domestic violence and dating violence education and intervention to teens. The program utilizes drama, music, real life situations, and statistics of abuse in teenage relationships to demonstrate how serious this problem is in our community and in the world.
Alta Sierra Intermediate
Connecting Our Students and Community Through Creative Video Productions - Provides Alta Sierra Broadcasting students with technology needed to allow for opportunities to express themselves, connect with peers, and connect with the community.
Clovis Community Day
CCDS Focus Fix - Provides at-risk students with strategies to release negative energy through isolated aerobic activity-based Cooling Stations, which will promote positive physical movement.
Clovis Community Day
Project SMART - Provides a school-based mentoring relationship for at-risk 4th through 8th grade students thereby improving academic achievement and interpersonal relationships, and reducing levels of juvenile delinquency. Grant funds support fingerprinting of mentors, fieldtrips and support of other mentor/mentee activities.
|Clovis High||Clovis High Collaborative Mentoring Art Class Cricut Maker - Provides a Cricut Maker for the Collaborative Mentoring Art course at Clovis West so that students may learn to create items including paper crafts, iron ons, vinyl decals, leather crafts and more.|
|Social Emotional Learning A Priority During COVID-19 - Implements specialized emotional wellness curriculum for Cole Elementary first graders. Includes the purchase of 12 readers/songs, lessons, and positive reinforcements for all first graders, addressing social emotional needs.|
General Classroom and School Projects Category
|All elementary schools||Literacy Resource Library - This project expands the Campus Club Kindergarten Literacy program by providing materials such as high-quality picture books, chapter books and educational materials that support shared reading, writing and language skill acquisition, in support of classroom instruction.|
|All high schools and Community Education||PAC Virtual Ensemble Editing Computer - Provides a high-tech computer with advanced editing software to allow performing arts students to participate in Virtual Ensemble performances during online instruction, distance learning, and beyond.|
|Alta Sierra Intermediate||Foundations in Personal Finance - Provides curriculum to teach financial principles to students enrolled in Teen Living and special education math courses. Students will learn valuable skills including ways to pay cash for their first car, tips on graduating from college debt-free, the importance of giving in generous and meaningful ways, and more.|
|Alta Sierra Intermediate and Buchanan High||NoRedInk Premium - Provides English and AB classes with full access to engaging, flexible and comprehensive writing and grammar curriculum lessons on noredink.com, allowing students to work toward mastery.|
|Bud Rank Elementary||Short Throw Projector - Provides a short throw projector for Bud Rank Elementary Room 12, so that students may more easily view visual lessons.|
|Clovis High and Clovis West High||Museum Visit for AP Art History Students - Provides charter bus rental for AP Art History students to visit Norton Simon Museum in Pasadena, CA. Allows for the cours to meet the College Board requirement that AP Art History students see works of art and architecture in person.|
|Clovis North High||New Technology Will Help Take the Distance Out of Distance Learning - Provides new technology, including a drawing tablet and accessories to assist in teaching chemistry to students.|
|Clovis West High||New and Improved Show - Provides short throw projectors for the World Languages department to improve utilization of available seating space in portable classrooms.|
|Clovis West High||Implementing the Sport of Tchoukball to Our P.E. Curriculum - Introduces the fast, no-contact game of Tchoukball into Clovis West High PE curriculum. The sport emphasizes strategy and validates important PE principles.|
|Fugman, Riverview, Mountain View, and Bud Rank||3D Print Technology and Special Education: Building Language and Community - Provides 3D print technology to provide students with visual impairments with customized tools to build learning concepts and increase independence/mobility. |
|Gateway High||21st Century Learning Environment - Provides seating for an innovative learning environment designed to improve student engagement for alternative education students at Gateway High School.|
|Granite Ridge Intermediate and Clovis North High||Gas Kiln at Clovis North - Enhances the Ceramics Program at Clovis North by providing a gas kiln, making it possible to conduct a wider range of firings and allowing for larger ceramics projects.|
|Janet L. Young Elementary||Robots for YES AutoPilots - Provides students at Young Elementary with the materials needed to learn and practice 21st century skills through engineering and computer programming with Lego Mindstorm EV3 Robotic sets.|
|Jefferson Elementary||STEM Garden - Establishes a garden at Jefferson Elementary, which will facilitate STEM learning.|
|Kastner Intermediate||Kastner Kan Jam - Introduces a new recreational sport, Kan Jam, into the physical education curriculum at Kastner Intermediate to enhance students' knowledge of lifelong fitness activities.|
|Reyburn Intermediate||Short Throw 6,000 Lumen Projector and Indoor/Outdoor Screen - Allows the Reyburn Intermediate visual and performing arts performances and sporting events to be viewed by families on a large outdoor screen, giving our families the opportunity to see their children perform/compete even while social distanced. The projector and screen will also be used for various school activities such as movie nights and will remove the need to rent a projector from a vendor.|
|Reyburn Intermediate and Clovis East High||Precision Agriculture-GPS/Laser Controlled Scraper - This grant provides materials, supplies and technology to design and fabricate a scraper for use in the open row crop areas of the McFarlane Coffman Ag Center. The scraper, hydraulics and laser system -- to be designed and built by students in Agriculture ROP Welding & Fabrication courses -- will utilize hydraulics, GPS and lasers to level and manipulate the surface shape and land.|
|Sierra Outdoor School||Accessible Astronomy - Provides an accessible star lab experience for CUSD 6th grade students who are differently abled. This would replace an older star dome that requires students to enter by crawling on their hands and knees through a tube.|
|SPED Preschool Program||Spot Vision Screener for Early Intervention Students Assessed for SPED Preschool - Provides a spot vision screener to detect detect vision issues in 2 1/2 to 4-year-old children who are being assessed for special education preschools.|
|Weldon Elementary||Diversify Your Mind With a Rainbow of Books - Provides Weldon students with a variety of books and resources in order to broaden their knowledge of cultures, backgrounds and languages.|