Joel Rebhun, Guilford High School, was awarded a grant for a program by Scott Driscoll on internet safety.  He will speak to 800 students about how to best protect themselves on the internet.  This grant was awarded the prestigious Superintendent's Award.

Sarah Lizee, Melissa Jones School, was awarded a grant to conduct the "Look for the Good" program to all grades at the school.  The Look For the Good Project, is a two week school wide program that focuses on showing students how to have kindness and gratitude in their everyday lives. Students and staff will be working together to improve school climate, promote student leadership, and promote social emotional learning for all community members involved.

Diane Stevens, Elizabeth Adams Middle School, was awarded a grant to purchase dissection  kits for the Adams Science and Environmental Club.

Derek DeLucia, Melissa Jones School, was awarded a grant to bring the National Circus Project to Melissa Jones.  Students will learn circus acts, and while doing so, learn motor coordination, new physical activity, and have fun while doing so.

The DAY organization was awarded a grant to bring the "Look for the Good" program to all the Guilford schools in concert with the program Sara Lizee is running at Melissa Jones School.

The Shoreline Arts Alliance was awarded a grant to expand their Summer Internship Program.

Julie Harrington, Adams Middle School, was awarded a grant to improve their student art show with movable exhibition panels.