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Maria Hastings Elementary School
7 Crosby Road, Lexington, MA 02421

LEF 2016–2017 Grants

Fellowship

  • Anne Knight, Assistant Principal, will attend a Columbia Teachers College Coaching Institute to learn methods of staff development implemented by the Teachers College Reading and Writing Program.

Program Grant

  • Elementary Robotics Curriculum Integration. Building on the successful LEF-funded pilot of an afterschool robotics and engineering program at Estabrook and Bridge Schools, LHS teachers and the LexRobotics team will extend the program to all Lexington elementary schools and train teachers to integrate robotics and engineering classes into the schools’ regular curriculum, as well.

School Community Grant

  • “We are Hastings” Project. In celebration of Hastings’ 60th birthday and of the diversity of family cultures and traditions represented at Hastings, the school will create a permanent record in photos and text of the school community as it exists today and as it existed in its earlier years.

 

LEF 2015–2016 Grants

Fellowships

  • Nancy Salitsky, the school nurse, will attend the National School Nurses Association annual conference in Philadelphia.

Program Grants

  • Positive Behavior Intervention and Support in Action across the Hastings School: Hastings will work with the director of the New Hampshire Center for Effective Behavioral Interventions and Supports to strengthen Hastings’ school-wide positive behavioral support initiative. The project will establish student and adult behavior expectations and supports for Hastings’ entire learning community.

School Community Grant

 

LEF 2014–2015 Grants

Program Grants

  • People on the Move: Immigration to America Past and Present: New York City presents a rich environment in which to explore our nation’s immigration history and present-day realities. Elementary teachers visited selected sites to deepen their knowledge of the subject, then created and implemented a 4th grade curriculum on the American immigrant experience at all six elementary schools.

School Community Grant