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NASA Glenn STEM Mini-Grant Selections
NASA's Glenn Research Center Educational Programs Office is pleased to announce the organizations selected for NASA’s Science, Technology, Engineering and Math or STEM Mini-Grants.

The mini-grants support Northeast Ohio schools, 501 c3 educational organizations and museums, in opportunities that improve K-12 STEM and aerospace education. The grant also supports strengthening teachers' STEM and aerospace skills through additional training, which would ultimately result in a coordinated effort to increase student interest in STEM.

A student builds a plane.A student at Firestone High School in Akron fabricates a wing section of a radio controlled airplane. This mini-grant funded activity engages students in real-world science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. Credit: Firestone High School
Glenn’s STEM Mini-Grant opportunity is in partnership with the Battelle Memorial Institute for 2013. The selected organizations are as follows:

1. Alphaport - CLEVELAND
2. Parma City School District - PARMA
3. Tuscarawas Valley School District - ZOARVILLE
4. Woodlands Intermediate School- HURON
5. Kenston Local School District – CHAGRIN FALLS
6. Stark County ESC- CANTON
7. Birchwood School - CLEVELAND
8. ESC of Cuyahoga County - - CLEVELAND
9. Firestone High School - AKRON
10. Brecksville-Broadview Heights City School District – BROADVIEW HEIGHTS
11. Norwalk Middle School - NORWALK
12. Mahoning County Educational Service Center - YOUNGSTOWN
13. Strasburg-Franklin Local Schools- STRASBURG
14. Great Lakes Science Center/MC2 STEM High School - CLEVELAND
15. eSTEM Academy@Reynoldsburg High School - REYNOLDSBURG
16. The Dayton Regional STEM School - DAYTON
17. Metro Early College High School - COLUMBUS
18. Hughes STEM School - CINCINNATI
-Edited by Nancy Smith Kilkenny, SGT Inc.
NASA's Glenn Research Center