Triton honored with new computer lab - Principal Mangum valued IGT grant at $25,000!


Principal Chip Mangum is pictured with Representative David Lewis and our Triton High School students at the ribbon cutting of Triton's new state-of-the-art computer lab - grant funds were awarded by IGT and press coverage included the Dunn Daily Record and the Johnston County Report.
  
International Game Technology (IGT) partnered with the 
North Carolina Education Lottery to support Triton's outstanding 
new After School Advantage computer lab.


 

Coats wins $5,000!


Principal Sandy Howard and Assistant Principal Grisel Gabot celebrate Coats' $5,000 grant from Lowes' Toolbox for Education to create a grades 4 and 5 outdoor classroom!

Gentry wins $1,500!


Principal Jeane Pope celebrates Gentry's $1,500 grant from Walmart for replacing old computers with new Chromebooks for their students!
 

 
 

Harnett Primary wins $835!

Principal Dr. Sylvia Wilkins, Carolyn Smith and Starr Hodges celebrate their Operation Round Up grant from South River EMC for STEM activities!

Lillington-Shawtown wins $5,000!


Principal Clara Clinton and Instructional Coach Tammy Wilson celebrate their Operation Round Up grant from South River EMC to purchase independent reading texts for their classroom libraries - their teachers and students are so excited!


 

Wayne Avenue wins $5,000!


Principal Steve McLean and Media Coordinator Susan Varner celebrate their Operation Round Up grant from South River EMC to purchase informational text library books for their students!

 

Johnsonville wins $1,000!


Principal Christy Thomas celebrates Johnsonville's $1,000 grant from Central Electric's Operation Round Up to assist at-risk students with personal care items!


 

 

Benhaven & Highland Elementary win $2,000!


School Social Worker Dawn Holmes celebrates a $2,000 grant from Central Electric's Operation Round Up to assist Benhaven and Highland Elementary at-risk students with personal care items!


 

Highland Middle wins $1,500!


Principal Brian Graham receives a $1,500 Operation Round Up grant from Central Electric's Nancy Gust - their students will participate in Rachel's Challenge, to help fight bullying!


  

HCMS's Karen Clark wins $800!


Karen Clark wins an $800 field trip grant to the NC Museum of the Arts - her students will travel in December!



HCMS's Traci Snyder wins $10,000!


Traci Snyder wins a $10,000 James Patterson grant for the Media Center - author visit and new Media Center furniture will be coming soon!







 

Carla Butts wins a Bright Ideas Grant from Central Electric for $2,050!


Johnsonville's Carla Butts wins an $2,050 Bright Ideas grant to support her students with Lego Robotics!  Carla is the only educator to win from the Central Electric service area; this year proved to be very competitive among Bright Ideas applications - "Congratulations, Carla!" 

Twelve Educators win Bright Ideas Grants from South River EMC totaling $18,662!

Harnett County educators win Bright Ideas grants from South River Electric Cooperative - for innovative schoolwide and classroom initiatives!
 

School

Applicant Name

Subject

Amount

Anderson Creek Primary

Cynthia Ramsey

Mobile Little Readers

$1,922.79

Boone Trail Elementary

Rebecca Thomas

LEGO Literacy?

$1,299.95

Boone Trail Elementary

Gina Williams

Osmo for Education

$1,134.00

Buies Creek Elementary

Dawn Rogers

Coding the Future

$1,985.00

Erwin Elementary

Jennifer C. Lemon

A Room for All

$750.00

Lafayette Elementary

Elizabeth Babcock

Invention Convention

$1,317.78

Lafayette Elementary

Elizabeth Babcock

More to Math

$1,059.95

Lillington-Shawtown Elementary

Susan Fisher

Growing and Learning

$1,998.96

Overhills Elementary

Tara Tinsley

iPad Minis for Mini Hands

$1,794.00

Overhills High

Lisa O'Quinn

A Little Bit of Innovation Goes a Long Way

$1,601.14

South Harnett Elementary

Melissa Nies

Classroom Economy

$1,995.95

Western Harnett Middle

Tammy Genthe

For the Love of Reading

$1,802.95