• Collaborative Mini-Grants

    2006-2007 Mini-Grants

     Applicants

     

    Project Description

     

    Funding Provided

    Forensic Sciences Society/
    Kevin Watson, and

    Hancock Science Specialist Kelly Gibson



     

       

    CSI: Tracking Down Criminals
    from Prints.

       

    Materials for fingerprinting.

    Mike Pesko &
    5th grade team

     

    Built a Novel creative writing project

     

    Supplies for writing, publishing,


    and celebrating a book.

    David Hudson (Special
    Topics in Journalism class)


    & Kathleen Walsh's 6th grade class

     

    Oral History Project

     

    Digital recorders

    Hancock Science Specialist
    Kelly Gibson and Hamline

    CGEE's Peggy Knapp


     

    HHUCMS Garden Journal Project & Service-Learning

     

    Science journals and
    organic fertilizer

    David Albornoz & Sarah Washburne

     

    Vamos a Leer a Jugar! (Let’s Read & Play!)


    Provided relevant ethnic role models and significant experiences in Spanish to the Latino and Hispanic population at Hancock - including board games, books, and activities in Spanish.


     

    Books and supplies 

    Allison Theissen, Hancock 4th grade teacher

     

    Readers’ Workshop Conference Instructional DVD

    Created a DVD to assist Hamline students and a large number of other volunteers to facilitate student reading conferences and goal-setting.

     

    Supplies

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    The Hamline to Hamline Collaboration's student leaders Andrew Cin-Walker and Morgan Fox coordinated a drive for Hamline Elementary's Family Resource Room. The Family Resource Room will be officially launching on Thursday, June 1 for families through the Full-Service Community School Grant that Hamline Elementary received from the Minnesota Department of Education.

    Dr. Jermaine Singleton, professor in English, received the 2017 Exemplary Teacher Award. This annual program expresses the church’s support of and appreciation for faculty who have demonstrated exemplary leadership, excellence in teaching, service to students and commitment to education.

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    Six different groups of Hamline students traveled across the country during spring break for the Wesley Center's signature Catalyst Alternative Spring Break Trips. The Hamline community can read about the students' experiences on the Catalyst blog. Catalyst is designed to provide students with an opportunity to learn about social justice, reflect on their roles in the community, and contribute via service over spring break.