MILLBURN, NJ - The Education Foundation gifted over $175,000 to the Millburn public schools this school year. Funding for 22 innovative and progressive projects and major technological gifts that will benefit children throughout the district was possible through community support. The Ed Foundation funded approximately one-third of the over $425,000 in grant requests received this school year. 

Millburn High School

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Planes, Trains, Automobiles Field Trip, Kelly Brandt: $4500
Robotics, David Farrell : $18,000
Innovative Learning Space Moveables, Jessica Landis : $1350
Studio 462 DSLR Cameras, Gabriel Rhodes : $8000

Millburn Middle School

6th Grade Robotics, Elizabeth Bagish
Materials of STEAM, Elizabeth Bagish : $2500
8th Grade Microscopes, Elizabeth Gaffney : $6000
3D Printers, Michael Zsuzsanna : $3200
Broadcast Leadership Materials, Michael Zsuzsanna : $11,000

Washington School

School Sound Systems, Marianne Bredlau : $36,500
Leader In Me, Peter Mercurio : $10,350

Deerfield Elementary

Virtual Reality, Katherine Lissy : $5,425
Special Learning Spaces, Michele Ruggero : $3,500

Glenwood Elementary

Classroom Sound Field Systems, David Jasin,: $4,000
Green STEAM, Lori Princiotto : $4,600

Hartshorn Elementary

Sound Systems, Carol Esposito : $9,535

South Mountain Elementary

Resource Room Movement Chairs, Melissa Greenberg : $800
Virtual Reality, Sheri Sandler : $5,425
Standing Desks for 3rd Grade, Maureen Sullivan : $2,600

Wyoming Elementary

Learning Alive Plus for Kindergarten, Diana Pulido : $2,300
Special Grant for Principal Kristin Mueller, EFMSH : $6,000

PTOC Cultural Arts Committee

Special Grant for Music Education Appreciation, EFMSH : $10,000