NAESP Foundation & MetLife Foundation Announce 2012-2013 Sharing the Dream Grant Winners

The winners for the 2012-2013 Sharing the Dream grant, sponsored by MetLife Foundation, have been announced.

Congratulations to the 25 schools below that received funding this year to launch community and global engagement projects.

Interested in applying for 2013-2014? Take a look at our Frequently Asked Questions to get started.

2012-2013 Winners:

Beardslee Elementary School
Duarte, CA

Cascade K-8 Community School
Shoreline, WA

Century Elementary
Grand Forks, North Dakota

Emily G. Wetherbee Elementary
Lawrence, MA

Harriet Gifford Elementary
Elgin, IL

Harrington School District
Harrington, VA

Harris Elementary School
Woonsocket, RI

Hinsdale  Elementary School
Hinsdale, NH

Holland Elementary
Fort Wayne, IN

John Codington Elementary
Wilmington, NC

J.S. Clarke Elementary
Shreveport, LA

Lake Region Middle School
Naples, ME

Laurel Ridge School
Fairfax, VA

Lyndale Community School
Minneapolis, MN

Monitor Elementary
Springdale, AR

Muller Elementary
Tampa, FL

North Elementary School
Morgantown, WV

Prairie Vale Elementary
Edmond, OK

Rees Elementary
Houston, TX

Southwest Academy Magnet School for Science and Engineering
Baltimore, MD

St. Albans Elementary School
St. Albans, VT

St. Stephen Elementary
St. Stephen, SC

Stetser Elementary School
Chester, PA

Union East Elementary
Cheektowaga, NY

Whitney M. Young Jr. Elementary
Louisville, KY

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Sharing the Dream

Grants for pre-K-8 school projects that create global classrooms where children—and families—can safely connect, exchange ideas and learn together.

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