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'Grants Made Easy'

We will focus on grants that will be applicable to any teacher nationwide and that we ourselves have put in for and gotten, such as Pets in the Classroom Grant, Agricultural Literacy Grant, Grow With Us Grant, and a few school garden grants, to name a few. As it is only a 20-minute workshop, we will ask attendees to bring their laptops and handheld devices so they can start the grant writing process at the workshop. Sometimes the hardest part of writing a grant is finding the time to sit down and actually putting it together!

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Jeanne Quarto
Email: jquarto@schools.nyc.gov
Speaker Order: 1
Author Order: 1
Person Type: Point of Contact,Primary Presenter,Presenter 2
Biosketch: I have been teaching Special Education Science for almost 34 years. Through Ag in the Classroom I have been able to show my students as well as have them explore the wonderful world of Agriculture! I was Ag in the Classroom NYS Teacher of the Year 2019 ( high school division) and feel I have a lot to offer to other people who are passionate about agriculture and education.
Organization/Affiliation: James Madison HS
Sarah McArdle
Email: sarah.mcardle@bkwschools.org
Speaker Order: 2
Author Order: 1
Person Type: Presenter 2
Biosketch: I have been teaching fifth grade for five years at Berne Knox Westerlo and advising for the BKW FFA Chapter. Incorporating agriculture into my classroom and the school district is not only my passion but I see it's importance in the lives of all students,teachers, and community members.
Organization/Affiliation: Berne Knox Westerlo School