Monday, November 19, 2001
Other local winners
Other local winners of Ohio's Teacher-Based Mini-Grants, and the educational programs for which they were honored:
Kathryn Bendick, kindergarten teacher, Clough Pike Elementary School, West Clermont Local Schools, $1,782 for Everyday Math.
Faye Harp, sixth-grade teacher, Heritage Elementary School, Lakota Local Schools, $2,500 for Launching Science into Literacy.
Lydia Hofmann, second-grade teacher, Babeck Elementary School, Edgewood City Schools, $1,000 for Take-Home Library.
Shirley Lee, special-education teacher, New Miami High School, New Miami Local Schools, $2,500 for Cooking Lab.
Tracy Showalter, eighth-grade language arts teacher, Fairfield Middle School, Fairfield City Schools, $3,500 for Project Common Denominator.
Glenetta Blair, English teacher, Hughes Center, Cincinnati Public Schools, $3,000 for Memphis Trip.
Barb Frase, language arts teacher, North Middle School, Mount Healthy City Schools, $1,000 for Homework Club.
Toni Purcell, gifted and talented teacher, Sellman Middle School, Madeira City Schools, $1,000 for Detectives, Scientists, and Mysteries.
Angela Bielawski, reading and special-education teacher, George H. Gerke Elementary School, Franklin City Schools, $1,000 for Success for all Students.
Karen Rohrich, science teacher, Mason Intermediate School, Mason City Schools, $4,000 for Picture Perfect Science.
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