The Idaho Education Technology Association (IETA) has awarded a $1,649.00 grant to Potlatch School District #285 for 3rd Grade Teacher Brianna Burkgart. This grant will allow Mrs. Burkgart to purchase a new interactive whiteboard for her classroom.
Mrs. Burkgart was honored with this award at the IETA Conference, held from February 7 to 9, 2024, at the Boise Center in Boise, ID. The IETA is a non-profit organization dedicated to enhancing student learning by promoting and supporting the use of technology in Idaho classrooms.
The Potlatch School District is grateful for the funding provided by IETA and recognizes the impact it will have on Mrs. Burkgart and her students. Introducing this technology into the classroom will create new opportunities for instruction and increase student engagement.
The Potlatch School District is excited to share this news with its community as it continues to prioritize education and innovation in its classrooms. This grant reflects the district’s commitment to providing its students with access to cutting-edge tools that can enhance their learning experience.
The interactive whiteboard will be a valuable addition to Mrs. Burkgart’s classroom, allowing her to engage her students in more interactive and collaborative learning activities. With this technology, she will be able to create visually stunning presentations, simulate real-world scenarios, and provide immediate feedback to her students.
The Potlatch School District is committed to providing its students with every opportunity possible to succeed academically and personally. This grant represents an investment in the future of its students and demonstrates the district’s dedication to providing them with the resources they need to thrive.
In conclusion, Potlatch School District #285 is thrilled about this grant from IETA as it aligns with our mission of providing quality education through innovative teaching methods and cutting-edge technologies. We are confident that this new tool will help us achieve our goals of enhancing student engagement and academic excellence.
We thank IETA for their support of our school district and we look forward to continuing our partnership in promoting technology-based education in Idaho classrooms.