Approved Grants: 2018-2019

We are proud to announce that the Ho-Ho-Kus Education has approved over $106,000 in grants for the 2018-201 school year.  Grant requests are received from teachers and administrators in the Ho-Ho-Kus School and are vetted by an allocations committee.  We thank you for your support in enriching our children's education.

  • Chromebooks (Grade 5-8): “One to World” equal internet and technology access

  • LEGO Mindstorms Education: Designing, building and programming robots to complete tasks

  • Guided Reading Lending Library(K-4): Small group reading instruction designed to provide differentiated teaching that supports students in developing reading proficiency

  • Flexible Seating Classroom Library: Provides different seating choices during independent reading time

  • Elementary Enrichment Program: A push-in STEM enrichment model, utilizing Makedo, Ozobot, Spheros

  • Classroom Furniture: New tables and chairs for kindergarten

  • Author Visits: Wendy Mass and Laura Schroff provide programming and visit with students at school

  • Sensory Classroom Equipment: Tools and materials to provide children with sensory breaks, allowing them to stay engaged and relieve stress

  • National Geographic Giant Map of North America:Half court-sized map of our content to explore, travel around, compete and collaborate

  • Wonders of the Universe:Students will conduct a Sky Study, participate in both the Starlab program and Telescope Night

  • Middle School Science Sensors:Technology tools for data collection, analysis and visualization to teach scientific practices

  • Circuits: Students will document their circuit building using Google Slides

  • Cameras (8th):New cameras to support photography class

  • Tech Centers (K):  Tech charging station, iTrace & PebbleGo apps for fine motor skills, Osmos coding game

  • Social Studies, American Dream Unit (4th): Students participate in interactive theater and gain perspective on an immigrant journey in the 1920s

  • Weather In-House Field Trip (3rd): Science professionals conduct in house field trip to enhance science curriculum

  • Earthscapades, High Touch High Tech Program: In house field trip to enhance Earth system’s science unit

  • RTI Reading Program: Materials and resources to enhance our Orton-Gillingham program with Response-to-Intervention program

  • Rutgers Science Explorer Visit: Enhance the 7th grade science study of microbes and the human body

  • Raz-Plus Leveled Books & Literacy Resources: New books to enhance reading program.