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Teacher Academic Grant Winners Announced

Geneva School leadership recently announced the recipients of the school’s newly established Teacher Academic Grant (TAG) program.  The grants, funded by the school’s endowment, are awarded in order to provide Geneva teachers with desired training and tools that are beyond the normal operational funding for professional development and curriculum. The four grant proposals being funded this year are:


Workshop on Modeling the Molecular World at the Milwaukee School of Engineering ($3,000) to science teachers Jill Daniels and Christina Jeffcoat

Jill Daniels

Christina Jeffcoat


Hydroponic Tower Garden System ($3,372) to science teacher Mallory Rockwell

Mallory Rockwell


Teacher training for use of Harkness tables and Socratic methods ($2,000) to Humanities teacher Scott Milam

Scott Milam


Rhetoric School community building activities ($1,000) to Humanities teacher Steve Tye

Steve Tye


Congratulations to this year’s TAG recipients!

Geneva’s Teacher Academic Grant (TAG) program exists to provide Geneva teachers with additional resources for fulfilling the school’s mission in their classrooms and to encourage community support of the school’s endowment.

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