2012 recipients

2012 Recipients

In 2012, the Technology Education Foundation (TEF) awarded grants to deserving recipients throughout Southern Wisconsin. Each recipient demonstrated their ability to provide science and/or technology education for the greater good of our community. Congratulations to:

Capital Science and Engineering Fair $1,250 Grant will fund travel to the 2013 International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) in Phoenix, AZ.

Savanna Oaks Middle School Awarded $5,000 grant for “flipped” classroom initiative.

Glenn Stephens Elementary School Awarded $5,000 grant for electronic whiteboards and training.

Our Lady Queen of Peace School Awarded $5,000 grant to address Smart Board integration and purchase iPads for classroom use.

Urban League of Greater Madison Awarded $5,000 grant to support the launch of a new IT Career Academy that offers IT training for unemployed and under-employed adults.

School District of Monroe Awarded $7,000 grant for the purchase of classroom iPads.

Information Technology Academy $2,400 grant for 2013 ITA Silicon Valley Study Trip.

Elm Lawn Elementary School $5,000 grant for a new computer lab.

Stoner Prairie Elementary School $5,000 grant for classroom iPads.

West High School $5,000 grant to purchase MacBooks and implement an initiative to teach students how to make iPhone (iOS) apps.

School District of Poynette $5,000 grant to purchase computers and cart for 8th grade and middle school science classrooms.

Making A Difference, Locally.

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Did you know that 100% of proceeds from the Berbee Derby go to the Madison-based Technology Education Fund (TEF)? The annual Thanksgiving Day event has become a family tradition for many. Fun event for all ages and levels.

The Berbee Derby celebrated their 20 year anniversary this Thanksgiving — which was its final year of the annual event.