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ATE's Give Back Program Archive


Attendees at ATE's meetings have donated money to "give back" to the communities where the meetings are held. Following are some of the schools that have been selected as recipients of the Give Back Program:

  Annual Meeting Summer Conference
 2019Coretta Scott King Young Women’s Leadership Academy - Atlanta, GA
 
2018 John C. Freemont Middle School - Las Vegas, NV
Apache Elementary School and Native American Community Academy - Albuquerque, NM
2017      
                                                              
Council of Three Rivers Head Start - Rochelle Site, Pittsburgh, PA
2016 
  LaGrange Elementary School, Louisville, KY
2015

M.O. Bush Elementary School, Phoenix, IL

Jefferson Community School, Minneapolis, MN
2014

Dunbar Elementary School, E. St. Louis, IL

Niagara Street Elem. Sch., Niagara Falls, NY
2013 Fred A. Toomer Elem. Sch., Atlanta John A Ross Elem. Sch., Washington, D.C.
2012   Brooke Mattapan Sch., Mattapan, MA
2011 UCF/City of Orlando Reading Camps Netter Center for Community Partnerships, Philadelphia, PA
2010 Carrie Jacobs Bond Elem. Sch., Chicago, IL Della Lamb Elementary Charter School, Kansas City, MO
2009   Natchez Elem. Sch., Reno, NV
2008 Recovery School District, New Orleans, LA  
2005   United Tribes Technical College, Bismarck, ND
 



Coretta Scott King Young Women's Leadership Academy (CSKYWLA) Atlanta, GA

The Give Back School for the 2019 Annual Meeting was the Coretta Scott King Young Women’s Leadership Academy. 


Coretta Scott King Young Women’s Leadership Academy (CSKYWLA) was founded July 2010. Representing the class of 2017, the legacy class is progressing on target with their sights set on college. CSKYWLA has a singular goal – to ensure each young woman graduates from college ready to make a positive impact on the global community. The school’s founding principal, Melody Morgan, set a solid foundation to advance the vision. The torch has been passed to the current principal, Eulonda Washington, during the summer of 2016. Since this time, the faculty has reaffirmed the vision and developed additional academic expectations, support mechanisms, rituals and traditions that cater to the complex academic and psychological needs of young women. Coretta Scott King Young Women’s Leadership Academy graduates will enroll in and earn a post-secondary degree from a college or university. Our mission is to develop globally competitive leaders by providing a rigorous, college-preparatory curriculum.

Apache Elementary School in Albuquerque, NM



In 1967, Apache Elementary School opened its doors to welcome students from the far northeast heights in Albuquerque, New Mexico.  Grandparents and parents frequently share their experiences as Apache students when they walk through the hallways.  Apache ES has a long history of educating the children in the neighborhood.  The school is a Title I school with all students receiving free breakfast and lunch. Despite the challenges, this neighborhood school is committed to providing high academic expectations and experiences for all students and their families.

Apache Elementary School will create a STEAM lab, a play-based learning environment where students explore, design, create, test, and redesign in a multidisciplinary and multi-modality approach. Programming robots, coding, designing and building structures, testing marble roller coasters (simulation of a Rube Goldberg setup that students design), and experimentation with electricity (Snap Circuits), are some of the hands-on activities that will engage and excite students.

The Apache Elementary School STEAM lab is now in full swing!

Watch the videos below for an example of what ATE's Give Back Program donations can do...

The Apache S.T.E.A.M. Dream from Technology Teacher on Vimeo.

This video is about The Apache S.T.E.A.M. Dream come true!

Apache Coyotes Get S.T.E.A.M. from Technology Teacher on Vimeo.

This video is about The Apache Pop-up S.T.E.A.M. Lab.

Native American Community Academy in Albuquerque, NM



 The Native American Community Academy (NACA) is a tuition-free public charter school in Albuquerque, New Mexico serving grades K-3 and 6-12. NACA was founded in 2006 to reimagine Indigenous education. NACA provides an academically rigorous education that is culturally relevant, community-driven, and strengths-based. NACA's mission is to engage students, educators, families, and the community in developing strong leaders who are academically prepared, secure in their identities, and healthy.

 NACA seeks funding to support the critical tutoring program which provides a needed resource for students who do not complete their work or otherwise fall behind in their classes. The mission of NACA's tutoring program is to create an environment that is safe, supports learning, promotes personal growth, and builds relationships. Held during Out of School Time (OST), students and adults are engaged in effective communication and positive interaction that fosters critical thinkers and leaders. The program draws on NACA's Core Values of Respect, Responsibility, Community/Service, Culture, Perseverance, and Reflection to form the foundation for OST, providing a bridge between OST experiences and in-school learning.

Council of Three Rivers Head Start, Pittsburgh, PA


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Click here for a PDF developed by Christie McIntyre showing the schools that have received donations and the amounts donated. For additional information on the Give Back Program, click here to send an email to ATE's Executive Director.

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