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Grants

Help Us Reach Our Goal

  • 2018
  • 2019
  • 2020
  • 2021
  • 2022
  • 2023
  • 2024
  • 2025

$1,000,000

$2,000,000

After reaching our goal of $1,000,000 in grants in June 2018, the Sparta Education Foundation Trustees met in February 2019 to set new strategic goals and objectives. Our new goal is to reach $2,000,000 in giving by 2025. Learn how you can help us to reach our new goal. Get involved today!

Robotics Program at Sparta High School

2010—2014

A multi-year grant to provide funds for hardware, software and supplies for the Robotics and Pre-Engineering curriculum in order to offer both first-level and advanced-level Robotics Engineering courses for students in 9th through 12th grade.
“The Sparta Education Foundation continues to play a vital role in insuring that Sparta students have opportunities to be technically competitive in a global environment that places high demands on technical literacy and competency.”
— Mark Meola, Robotics and Engineering Teacher

Creative Construction Pack Cubelets, Ozobot Classroom Kit and supporting iPads

December, 2017

This grant gives the Helen Morgan School students exposure to programming challenges and skill exercises. The pack includes Sense, Think and Act Cubelets and the Ozobot classroom kit that supports STEAM – Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math. The iPad Air 2s will supplement the use of these grant items. These technology items will be used by all Helen Morgan School students.
“These little gems have helped bridge the gap in term of Robotics to our student population. They are easy to use, allow for creativity and are mistake free. They are popular in our Media Center. Thank you to the SEF!”
— Stephanie Bernardo, Media Center Specialist

Wonder Workshop Dash-Dot Robot Classroom pack with iPads

November, 2016

This technology introduces robotics and coding to the third-grade students at Mohawk Avenue School. This grant will introduce this technology to the entire school population, which is a steppingstone to the Sphero Robotic Balls already in use by Helen Morgan School's fourth and fifth graders.
“We are so grateful to the Sparta Education Foundation for granting us the funds to purchase a class set of Wonder Workshop robots and a set of iPads to learn to coding basics. Since the grant was awarded five years ago, every student coming through Mohawk Avenue has had the opportunity to learn hands-on coding with real robots. Thank you, SEF!”
— Morgan Bleakley, STEP Teacher

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Robotics Program at Sparta High School

2010—2014

A multi-year grant to provide funds for hardware, software and supplies for the Robotics and Pre-Engineering curriculum in order to offer both first-level and advanced-level Robotics Engineering courses for students in 9th through 12th grade.
“The Sparta Education Foundation continues to play a vital role in insuring that Sparta students have opportunities to be technically competitive in a global environment that places high demands on technical literacy and competency.”
— Mark Meola, Robotics and Engineering Teacher

Creative Construction Pack Cubelets, Ozobot Classroom Kit and supporting iPads

December, 2017

This grant gives the Helen Morgan School students exposure to programming challenges and skill exercises. The pack includes Sense, Think and Act Cubelets and the Ozobot classroom kit that supports STEAM – Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math. The iPad Air 2s will supplement the use of these grant items. These technology items will be used by all Helen Morgan School students.
“These little gems have helped bridge the gap in term of Robotics to our student population. They are easy to use, allow for creativity and are mistake free. They are popular in our Media Center. Thank you to the SEF!”
— Stephanie Bernardo, Media Center Specialist

Wonder Workshop Dash-Dot Robot Classroom pack with iPads

November, 2016

This technology introduces robotics and coding to the third-grade students at Mohawk Avenue School. This grant will introduce this technology to the entire school population, which is a steppingstone to the Sphero Robotic Balls already in use by Helen Morgan School's fourth and fifth graders.
“We are so grateful to the Sparta Education Foundation for granting us the funds to purchase a class set of Wonder Workshop robots and a set of iPads to learn to coding basics. Since the grant was awarded five years ago, every student coming through Mohawk Avenue has had the opportunity to learn hands-on coding with real robots. Thank you, SEF!”
— Morgan Bleakley, STEP Teacher

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