Licking High School awarded the Teachers and Technology Grant

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Heather Hawn is pictured with the Teachers in Technology Grant she was awarded.

Heather Hawn, science teacher at Licking High School, was awarded the Teachers in Technology Grant funded by the CenturyLink Clarke M. Williams Foundation. The grant was entitled Launching High School Science into the 21st Century, and was for the amount of $4,992.
The funds will be used to purchase iPads and cases for use in the high school science classes at Licking High School. Having access to these technologies will enhance student’s engagement and learning in the classroom. It will also expose them to the use of these technologies, which will give them skills to be successful in the future as they enter in to the job force.
As educators here at Licking High School we strive to give our students the knowledge and skills that will help them to be college and career ready. Giving the students the opportunity to master the skills working with new technologies will help them find success not only in the classroom, but in the future as they continue on to college and/or the work force. I want to thank the Clarke M. Williams Foundation for their willingness to invest in our school and providing our students with the opportunities to work with these technologies.



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