(Carrollton, Ga. – January 27, 2016) Teachers from Temple High School were recently awarded Carroll EMC Bright Ideas Grants. Carroll EMC awards grants of up to $1000 to public educators, teaching grades PreK through 12, for classroom based projects in a variety of subjects.
Mrs. Sabrina Thompson was awarded $1000 for new SAT books for the Temple High Media Center. Mrs. Thompson was concerned the SAT was changing and the school would not have materials that students would need to prepare for the test.
Mrs. Kyrie Adkins was awarded $1000 for gel electrophoresis kits. These kits will help biology students be able to look and compare DNA fragments from different organisms.
Mrs. Monica Chason was awarded $1000 for Snap Circuits. Snap Circuits make learning electronics fun and easy. Mrs. Chason plans to teach students about electronics and environmentally friendly energy with the Snap Circuits.
Press Release from Carroll County Schools