A STEM Roadtrip with Toshiba America Foundation

Toshiba America Foundation lives up to its name, providing grants all across America to K-12 science and math teachers creating engaging and hands-on projects for American classrooms.

Grants are $1,000 and up (depending upon what grades the projects engage). A recent Toshiba America Foundation STEM field trip around the U.S. includes:

  • New London, CT: Science and Technology Magnet School of SE CT for its Ocean Engineering curriculum.
  • Ithaca, NY: Ithaca High School for Lego Mindstorm kits to build robots.
  • Ringwood, NJ: St. Catherine of Bologna for a hydroponics system.
  • New Holland, PA: Garden Spot Middle School to add 3D technology and animation to science projects.
  • Bethesda, MD: Woods Academy for its “Joining the Maker Revolution” for early elementary school students.
  • Washington, D.C.: Cesar Chavez Public Charter Schools for Public Policy for its "River Water Quality" project for 9th graders.
  • Berkeley Springs, WV: Berkeley Prep School for its “Changing Lives with Imagineering” program, where 8th graders will mentor 5th graders.
  • Charlottesville, VA: Charlottesville Waldorf School for an electronics course for 8th graders.
  • Newberry, SC: Newberry Elementary School for robotic construction.
  • Woodstock, GA: Boston Elementary School for its kindergarten number sense curriculum.
  • Orlando, FL: Memorial Middle School for its pursuit to design and build a miniature golf course.
  • Nashville, TN: Akivah School for its “All About Architecture” project.
  • Noblesville, IN: Noblesville High School for its high-altitude weather balloon.
  • Gobles, MI: Gobles High School for exploration of recent calculator technology.
  • Minnetrista, MN: Hilltop Primary School for a weather station on the school’s roof.
  • Buffalo Grove, IL: Aptakisic Tripp School for its renewable energy inquiries.
  • Kirksville, MO: William Matthew Middle School to design and build programmable robots.
  • Alpine, TX: Alpine Elementary School for its “Playground Renovation” project, where kindergarten through 4th graders will act as project managers.
  • Mitchell, SD: Mitchell Senior High School for integrating engineering projects its new science curriculum.
  • Estes Park, CO: Estes Park High School for its "Bobcat Engineered Radio Telescope" project.
  • Etna, WY: Etna School for “Frogtastic Adventure.”
  • Hood River, OR: Hood River Valley High School for its new "Research, Genetics and Bioethics" course.
  • Davis, CA: Marguerite Montgomery for its "Power of the Wind" project for 3rd graders.

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