The table below lists grants that have provided support for Early Childhood education programs, Harley Hopkins School, and Community Education.
Watch the video to learn more about the impact that HEF grants have on early learners.
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|Family Center||Assisted with the purchase of new gym equipment and enhancement of outdoor play equipment to accommodate the growing and diverse needs of the children served.||2000-2001|
|Outdoor Enhanced Learning||Outdoor Enhanced Learning||2001-2002|
|Theater Project||Theater Project||2001-2002|
|Reggio Emilio Approach for Early Childhood Education||A matching grant was awarded to Stepping Stones, an all day program for four-year-olds, located at Meadowbrook and Gatewood to integrate the Reggio Emilia philosophy into the curriculum.||2002-2003|
|Intro DVD||Intro DVD||2003-2004|
|Early Language Intervention||Awarded a grant to purchase materials necessary for a family-focused early language intervention training program for parents and care givers of young children with speech/ language impairments.||2004-2005|
|Language Masters`||Language Masters helps students who are nonverbal or minimally verbal expand their vocabulary by seeing, hearing, and saying words. Non-readers build intonation, pronunciation, and articulation skills by using the reading cards.||2005-2006|
|Harley Hopkins Children's Library||To promote early formation of literacy skills, this grant provides books and listening activities for the 700 children and their families in the early childhood classrooms at Harley Hopkins including ECFE, the Hopkins Kaleidoscope Program, and ECSE.||2006-2007|
|Diversity Resource Center||Teachers now use relevant, culturally diverse materials to increase learning effectiveness.||2007-2008|
|DVD Resources for Parent Education||These informational DVD's for parent education classes provide a cost-efficient way to increase parent education and involvement.||2007-2008|