Teacher grants of $500 each will be awarded to Danielle Murry and Tammy Owen, Constantine Elementary; Amanda Alderman, Tenth Street Elementary; Barry Carmichael, Anniston Middle; Angela Gravette, Joanne Poland and Angela Davis, Golden Springs Elementary; Lynn Christopher, Ohatchee Elementary; Natalie Clinkscales Wilson, Oxford Elementary; and John Moore, Calhoun County Career Technical Center.
“Schools and universities are seeking ways to improve classroom instruction so students will be prepared for the future. We are excited that Battelle can help them achieve these goals,” said Pamela Lauyans, Westinghouse Anniston operations support manager and Battelle site manager.
“Battelle has a long history of supporting education, especially in the areas of science, technology, engineering and mathematics. We are delighted to provide schools the opportunity to help their teachers carry out creative and innovative classroom experiences with their students.”
Battelle is a global science and technology enterprise that develops and commercializes technology and manages laboratories for customers. Headquartered in Columbus, Ohio, the company is a subcontractor to Westinghouse Anniston and manages laboratory facilities for the U.S. Army’s Anniston Chemical Agent Disposal Facility (ANCDF).