Katrina Matumeak, a fourth-grade teacher in the Crescent School District in Port Angeles, received a $500 grant from the Clallam County School Retirees’ Association’s Isabel Whitfield/Naddy Classroom Mini-Grants program. Submitted photo

Katrina Matumeak, a fourth-grade teacher in the Crescent School District in Port Angeles, received a $500 grant from the Clallam County School Retirees’ Association’s Isabel Whitfield/Naddy Classroom Mini-Grants program. Submitted photo

Milestone: School retiree group bestows mini-grants

  • Wednesday, January 13, 2021 1:30am
  • News

Helen Haller Elementary School teacher Eric Danielson was one of six recipients of Clallam County School Retirees’ Association’s Isabel Whitfield/Naddy Classroom Mini-Grants for the 2020-2021 school year.

The organization’s mini-grants totaled $2,300.

Danielson was awarded a $400 grant for a fifth-grade novel study.

Other recipients include: Hannah Reed, Stevens Middle School (Port Angeles), $500 for band needs (marimba); Katrina Matumeak, Crescent School (Port Angeles), $500 for PBIS Student Store; Ann-Elizabeth Pfaff, Roosevelt Elementary Developmental Preschool (Port Angeles), $500 for Comprehensive Learning Tools; and, Lisa Joynes, Forks Elementary, $400 for Bringing Our Garden to Life.

“We are confident that Isabel Whitfield & Naddy Family would be amazed at what our current teachers/students are accomplishing with our ever-changing world,” association president Lora Brabant said.

“Clallam County School Retirees’ Association continues to support our retirees and our current teachers/staff as we enhance our community with teaching, serving, and educating those around us.”

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