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$20 Thousand Dollars Provided in Grant Awards  

Remake Learning Days (May 15-26, 2017) is a two week celebration showcasing activities and events that make West Virginia a recognized national leader in innovative teaching and learning. Remake Learning Days events create future-ready, hands-on, relevant and engaging educational experiences for kids and their families, caregivers and educators. Events can feature STEM, STEAM, maker and other technology-enhanced learning opportunities in West Virginia.

The Education Alliance is pleased to provide $20,000 in grant funding to 25 West Virginia-based schools, districts and non-profit organizations to host an event during Remake Learning Days. Remake Learning Days grantees include:

  • Beckley Art Group dba Beckley Art Center
  • Boys & Girls Club of the Eastern Panhandle
  • Calhoun Middle-High School
  • Eastwood Elementary
  • Elkview Middle School and Herbert Hoover High School
  • John Marshall High School
  • Kasson Elementary/Middle School
  • Liberty High School
  • Marlinton Middle School
  • Marshall University Research Corporation (MURC), on behalf of the Robert C. Byrd Institute (RCBI)
  • Mountaineer Boys and Girls Club
  • National Youth Science Foundation
  • North Elementary School
  • Pocahontas County Schools
  • Sherrard Middle School
  • Spring Mills High School
  • STEMPowered
  • The Challenger Learning Center at Wheeling Jesuit University
  • University High School
  • Washington Lands Elementary School
  • Webster County High Schools
  • West Liberty Elementary
  • Wheeling Park High School
  • WV Schools for the Deaf and the Blind
  • WVU Extension Service - Hampshire County

For more information, visit www.remakelearningdays.org or contact Emily Pratt at 304-342-7850 or emily@educationalliance.org