At its October meeting, Pi Chapter, Delta Kappa Gamma, announced its mini-grant awards to eight local teachers.  Recipients were: Julia Barret to help supplement her outdoor survival class; Courtney Kiser to defray costs for CO2 cars used in his science curriculum; Jessica Dye and colleagues to help fund a trip to the Hood River Children’s Theatre; Erich Dorzab for lumber for a lectern built by students; Susan Harris, Shawna Ortega & Kirky Stutzman to assist with Secrets Science curriculum and field trip; and Aimee Quinlivan for Spanish chapter books for heritage speakers.

For information on contact Deanna Zaniker, 541-965-1703 or Beth Kaser, 541-980-8854.

Delta Kappa Gamma’s mission is to promote professional and personal growth of educators.  In the Mid-Columbia, Pi Chapter is led by its president, Debi Ferrer.  

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