Tyson Foods Partners with DonorsChoose.org to Support USD 457 Teachers

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Tyson Foods has awarded Garden City Public School with over $25,000 in grants toward classroom projects through their partner DonorsChoose.org. The company was pleased to report that the funds have been awarded in record time to the school district.

As part of Tyson Foods’ commitment to support its plant communities, the company announced it will fund $1 million in DonorsChoose.org projects for 46 school districts in 37 Tyson communities. The investment will bring much-needed resources to schools in Tyson communities and introduce teachers to a source of potential support for future projects.

Between August 1, 2019 and January 29, 2020, Tyson will fully fund projects posted by teachers in qualifying Tyson school districts who request up to $1,000 in classroom resources.

The teachers the schools that received funding along with their projects include:

Ms. Galpin, Abe Hubert Elementary School, Flexible Seating

Mrs. Fuchs, Abe Hubert Elementary School, Take a Seat!

Ms. Sotelo, Alta Brown Elementary School, Centers to Meet our NEEDS!

Ms. Chappel, Alta Brown Elementary School, Stocked With Supplies And Ready To Learn!

Ms. Milliman, Alta Brown Elementary School, A Magical New Curriculum

Ms. Milliman, Alta Brown Elementary School, The Best Year Yet

Mrs. C., Alta Brown Elementary School, Happy Readers!

Ms. Harris, Alta Brown Elementary School, Playing to Learn

Mrs. Urrutia, Alta Brown Elementary School, Setting our Learning on Fire!

Ms. Sotelo, Alta Brown Elementary School, Magnetize our Learning!

Mrs. Steinle, Alta Brown Elementary School, Setting our Learning on Fire

Mrs. Carlson, Alta Brown Elementary School, Super Learning with Osmo

Mrs. Edwards, Alta Brown Elementary School, Playing to Win, Winning to Learn!

Ms. Burggraff, Alta Brown Elementary School, Organizing for Success!

Mrs. Jenkins, Bernadine Sitts Intermediate Center, STEM: We Learn More When We Build It!

Mrs. Miller, Bernadine Sitts Intermediate Center, Brightening Our ELA Learning!

Mrs. Hernandez, Charles O. Stones Intermediate Center, Comfy Kids, Active Brains!

Mr. McCarty, Charles O. Stones Intermediate Center, Flexible Seating

Mrs. Sobba, Charles O. Stones Intermediate Center, Can You Hear Me Now?

Ms. Kilgore, Charles O. Stones Intermediate Center, Putting the Senses Into Sensory

Mrs. Mosburg, Edith Scheuerman Elementary School, Students Blooming Where Planted

Mrs. Mosburg, Edith Scheuerman Elementary School, Basic Resources for Sped

Mrs. Lollar, Florence Wilson Elementary School, Listen Up Learning

Ms. Hilt, Garden City High School, Amp Up Young Actors!

Mrs. Rienbolt, Garfield Early Childhood Center, Preparing the Pawsome Pals!

Mrs. Clark, Horace J Good Middle School, Helping Hungry Hawks

Mrs. Clark, Horace J Good Middle School, Listening & Loving Lit

Mrs. Potts, Horace J Good Middle School, What’s Cooking?!

Mrs. Potts, Horace J Good Middle School, We Are Listening!

Mrs. Watkins, Horace J Good Middle School, Can You Hear Me Now?

Mrs. Pinchon, Horace J Good Middle School, Pull Up a Seat, Let’s Learn Something New!

Mrs. Clark, Horace J Good Middle School, The Hawks are Hungry!

Mrs. Watkins, Horace J Good Middle School, Choose a Seat for Learning

Mrs. Cooper, Jennie Wilson Elementary School, STEM in the Classroom: Learning Problem Solving and Perseverance

Mrs. Fick, Jennie Wilson Elementary School, Flexible Floor Seating for Kindergarten

Mrs. Powers, Jennie Wilson Elementary School, Social and Emotional Growth Through Literature

Ms. Golay, Jennie Wilson Elementary School, STEM: Hands-On Learning in First Grade

Mr. Potts, Kenneth Henderson Middle School, Planning For Success AVID-Style

Ms. Lingenfelter, Kenneth Henderson Middle School, MakingMemories

Ms. Miller, Victor Ornelas Elementary School, Bunnies Making a Difference!

Ms. Miller, Victor Ornelas Elementary School, Bunnies Making a Difference

Ms. Sonnenberg, Victor Ornelas Elementary School, Creating Greatness

About Garden City Public Schools

Garden City Unified School District #457 has the ninth largest enrollment in the state of Kansas, serving over 7,500 students in 18 attendance centers. The district serves students from pre-kindergarten through twelfth grade. The district is the second largest geographically in the state of Kansas, encompassing a total of 928 square miles. The students and families are very diverse, with 40 different languages spoken in the district.
Garden City Public Schools has strong support from the community in carrying out the district’s mission of “Quality Learning – Responsible Citizens.”  The district strives for a culture that empowers students, staff, and families.

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