Bowman Grants

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Fellowships

Building an Anti-Bias Curriculum. Four Bowman School educators – Jessica Durling, Grade 3 Teacher; Beth Glick, Assistant Principal; Ann Matthews, Grade 5 Teacher; and Kim Rogerson Carl, School Counselor – along with Alex Kuschel, LPS Districtwide Social Studies Coordinator, will attend the Anti-Bias and Social Justice Institute at Community Roots Charter School in Brooklyn, NY to explore principles and practices of social justice work, develop developmentally appropriate curricula with an anti-bias lens, and build staff capacity to lead this work in Lexington. (Awarded 2018-19)

Tammy McBride  Literacy Specialists/Coach

Tammy McBride Literacy Specialists/Coach

PROGRAM GRANTS

Advancing Teachers’ Professional Development through Video Based Technology - Bowman will use Swivl Technology equipment to create videos for use in group professional development sessions and individual coaching with math and literacy teachers. Project Director: Tammy McBride, K-5 Literary Specialist (Awarded 2018-19)

Classroom at Bowman

Classroom at Bowman

SCHOOL COMMUNITY GRANTS

Bowman School will purchase classroom furniture that will enhance student learning by offering flexible seating options that invite collaboration and encourage movement. (Awarded 2018-19)