Eastern Pulaski Elementary
$19,857 to Eastern Pulaski Elementary School for educational literacy efforts.
The grant provided support for instructional coaching, staff development,
and family literacy outreach events including rural book boxes.
$16,000 to West Central Elementary School to help improve literacy rates among
the students. Funds helped provide literacy support technology, reading
materials for students, and learning kits for incoming kindergarteners.
PACE awarded $1,215 to Pulaski Co. Healthy Families.
Grant funds were used to purchase educational learning supplies for
home visits, books for children, and support for Parents as Teachers training/curriculum.
PACE awarded $3,000 to the Pulaski
County Public Library for online educational video courses. The library wants to not only continue
to provide access to lynda.com, but also expand awareness of the service so
that more members of the community can take advantage of the educational
benefits it provides.
PACE awarded $7,500 to Purdue Extension of Pulaski County for Learning Network
support. The Learning Network provides higher education opportunities at
affordable prices for local residents. PACE
funds helped with administrative costs, advertising, and technology updates
including the purchase of new laptops.
$2,800 to the Francesville-Salem Township Public Library to continue their
Summer Reading Program. The grant was used for books, activities, and a
K-IRPC Head Start
PACE awarded $3,480 to K-IRPC Head Start for Pulaski County’s school readiness
program. The grant was used to
purchase an additional tablet per classroom to extend individualized learning. The
grant was also used to purchase an office computer for staff and a laptop for home visit data entry.