PARK ELEMENTARY TEACHER AWARDED PAGE EDUCATOR GRANT

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HEATHER WYCHE OF PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL AWARDED PAGE EDUCATOR GRANT


HAMILTON, GA.
MARCH 2023 – Heather Wyche at Park Elementary School of the Harris County School District (HCSD) has received a 2023 Professional Association of Georgia Educators (PAGE) Educator Grant. With these funds, Wyche will buy supplies for a project based on alternative methods of written expression for children with special needs. The multisensory manipulatives will support students as they develop readiness and foundational skills for writing.


The PAGE Educator Grant program has provided more than $300,000 to hundreds of educators throughout Georgia, enabling recipients to purchase supplies and materials for classrooms, students, and professional development.


“PAGE is honored to support instruction and learning in Georgia’s schools through educator grants to our members across the state,” said Executive Director Craig Harper. “These additional resources contribute to all areas of student needs, from academics to the arts to health and well-being. The more than 500 grant applications received demonstrate the deep commitment Georgia educators have to enhancing school and classroom experiences for their students.”


To learn more about PAGE and its vital mission of support to Georgia’s educators and students, visit www.pageinc.org/.

 

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Photo (left to right):
 Park Elementary Teacher Heather Wyche is a recipient of the 2023 Professional Association of Georgia Educators (PAGE) Educator Grant

 

Professional Association of Georgia Educators (PAGE)
As the largest independent educator association in the state and nation, the Professional Association of Georgia Educators (PAGE) exists to support our members who serve in every Georgia public school. PAGE provides unparalleled legal coverage, legislative advocacy, professional learning, grants, and scholarships. PAGE honors and encourages educational excellence through student programs including Student Teacher Achievement Recognition (STAR), Future Georgia Educators (FGE), Georgia Academic Decathlon (GAD), and PAGE Academic Bowl for Middle Grades.

 

CONTACT INFORMATION:
PAGE Contact: 
Ramona Mills
Director of Communications
rmills@pageinc.org
(404) 550-8807


Professional Association of Georgia Educators (PAGE)

PO Box 942270

Atlanta, GA  31141-2270

770-216-8555 / 800-334-6861

www.pageinc.org

 

About the Harris County School District
Georgia’s Harris County School District is an accredited K-12 school system based in the county seat of Hamilton, Georgia. It serves approximately 5,500 students with four elementary schools, one intermediate school, one middle school, one high school, and one performance learning center. With a vision of “one community committed to educational excellence for every child,” Harris County School District continually strives to provide students with what they need to become the future workforce and society. For more information, visit www.harris.k12.ga.us or the Facebook or Twitter pages (@HCSDga).

HCSD Contact:  Rachel Crumbley
Public Relations
crumbley-r@harris.k12.ga.us
(762) 441-0155