Bette Marschall Memorial Education Fund Awards $3,194 in Grants


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The Bette Marschall Memorial Education Fund of The Columbus Foundation has announced the recipients of 10 grant awards totaling $3,136 to Westerville City Schools personnel for applications submitted this spring.  Recipients are:

  • $500 to Juls Rathje, art teacher at Hanby and Emerson elementary schools, to provide workshops for students with artist Eric Marlow.
  • $491 to Jordan Hall, teacher at Annehurst Elementary, to purchase books for use in teaching social-emotional skills to students.
  • $295 to Aislynn Valentine, teacher at Westerville South High School, to cover costs associated with an AP Environmental Science trip to Battelle Darby Creek Metro Park.
  • $500 to Jeffrey Miltko, teacher at Emerson Elementary, to help purchase the Mindful Music Moments program.
  • $500 to Erin Moehl, teacher at Westerville Central High School, to purchase a subscription to online tool Albert, to help her AP Spanish students prepare for their exam.
  • $350 to Mary L. Fuchs, teacher at Westerville South High School, to purchase a license for SNOsites, so that The Scribe (school newspaper) can become and online publication.
  • $500 to Jean Trimble, Library Media Specialist at Walnut Springs Middle School, to help bring illustrator Bryan Collier as part of Walnut Springs’ Black History Month Celebration.