PEF Grants
Our Signature Program

About PEF Grants

PEF Grants (formally known as Best Bet grants) is the signature program of the Peabody Education Foundation.  Every fall the PEF offers funding to teachers and schools to provide their classrooms and students with programs and resources that fall outside of the normal school budget.

Applications are submitted to the PEF Grant Committee for consideration and approval.  Funding is provided through the generous donations of our community and local businesses.

Since 1985, the Peabody Education Foundation has worked endlessly to raise over $1M from within the community to bring innovative programs to our public schools!  To make a donation to help fund future innovative programs for our Peabody Schools, visit our donation page.

SUBMIT YOUR 2022-2023 PEF GRANT APPLICATION

Thank you for your interest in the Peabody Education Foundation’s Grant Program.  We are pleased to offer you and your students the opportunity to gain supplemental programs and resources and make your creative project ideas a reality.

There are now two opportunities for funding:  

Individual Teacher Grants:  Teachers are welcome to submit individual grants for their classroom with a $1500 cap limit.  Applications will be accepted starting on the first day of school – August 29, 2022 and will continue to be accepted and reviewed on a rolling-basis until February 1, 2023.  Funding is available on a first-come, first-served basis and teachers will be notified within two weeks of submitting their application regarding the status of their application.

School-wide Grants Principals/Department Heads are welcome to submit grants that benefit entire grades or schools with a $10,000 cap limit. Applications will be accepted starting on the first day of school – August 29, 2022 and will continue to be accepted and reviewed on a rolling-basis until February 1, 2023.  Funding is available on a first-come, first-served basis and principals will be notified within two weeks of submitting their application regarding the status of their application.

Please fill out the electronic application which you can download on this page, complete and email to us at PEFGrantsProgram@gmail.com

Any questions?  Please contact Debbie MacGregor at PEFGrantsProgram@gmail.com

PEF Grant Application Guidelines 2022-2023
  • Both teachers and principals/Department heads can fill out applications on behalf of their students/school.
  • Teachers and principals are welcome to submit multiple applications.
  • Applications should be emailed to PEFGrantsProgram@gmail.com
  • Grant funding for teachers will be capped at $1500.
  • Grant funding for principals will be capped at $10,000.
  • Applications will be considered on a rolling basis starting on the first day of school, August 29, 2022 until February 1, 2023 or until funding is no longer available.
  • All grant money must be used by the end of the current school year.
  • Applicants will be notified of the status of their application within two weeks of the Committee receiving the application.
  • Applications must be filled out completely and signed.
  • Complete and detailed financial information for your project must be included in your application, including the total cost of your project plus any estimated shipping and handling charges. Applications submitted without an itemized budget will not be reviewed.
  • Please provide a detailed description of your program so that the Committee can easily understand and evaluate your proposal.
  • Applications are evaluated on the basis of three categories: innovation, educational objective, financial impact.
  • The applications must focus on programming and resources not provided by the school budget. Transportation will not be funded.  The mission of the PEF is to supplement, not supplant.
  • Please note that the Grants Program is intended to fund programs for the benefit of students, not teachers or parents.
  • Grant funding should be applied to the program for which it was originally intended. Any changes to the original application must be reviewed and approved by the Grant Committee.  Failure to notify the Committee to any changes may result in loss of funding.
  • If the grant is awarded, it is the responsibility of the teacher/principal to work with vendors or performers to obtain all necessary paperwork, such as invoices and receipts, and deliver the paperwork to the Grant Committee in a timely fashion so that the funding can be issued. The Grant Committee/PEF does not work directly with vendors or performers.

 

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February 1, 2023

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2022-2023 Recently Awarded PEF Grants

Thank you to all the teachers and faculty who have submitted a PEF Grant application for the 2022-2023 school year!  As we continue to collect applications on a rolling basis, check out some already funded programs for this school year! The programs were chosen based on three categories: innovation, educational objective, and financial impact.

  • STEAM Night – A Steam Museum comes to the Burke School.
  • Classroom Magazines – Jr. Scholastic and New York Times Upfront subscriptions for Higgins 8th Graders.
  • Let’s Find Out – Scholastic Classroom magazines for Welch School kindergartners.
  • Young Audiences Arts for Learning – Performing and visual arts programs for the Peabody Learning Academy/Peabody Prep.
  • Partnering with the Peabody Police – Peabody Police officers reading specific books to 2nd and 3rd graders across the district.
  • Sensory Walls – A space on a wall that provides touch sensory input to children’s fingers and hands, allowing children to explore their senses.
  • Welch School Chess Club – Developing learning and chess skills for students at the Welch School.
  • Mindfulness in the Classrooms – A visit and books from Dr. Christopher Willard who will speak and read to the students/teachers about how “Breathing makes it better”.
  • Legacy Pins & Tiles – An interactive ceramic mural about connections through identity.
  • Exploring Literature – Scholastic Storybook Magazines exposing grades 3-5 students to a variety of genres in literature.
  • 7th Grade Field Trip – “A Christmas Carol”.
  • House of Seven Gables Field Trip
  • Classroom Calm Spots – Social/emotional support materials for classrooms.
  • Respect, Responsibility & Safety – School Mascot braces handed out to students for positive decision making.
  • Spectrum Yoga – Yoga program designed for special needs students.
  • The Observer – Printing costs of the High School literary magazine.

Check out some of our funded PEF Grants:

Botball Robotics

The Peabody Education Foundation’s PEF Grant program funded Botball for the new PVMHS after-school Robotics Club! The goal of the Robotics club is to encourage any students interested in engineering, robotics, math, science, and technology to participate. The Botball program served as the focus of their Club allowing the students to problem solve, work in teams and provide practical application to physics, math, programming and electronics.

The Botball Educational Robotics Program engages middle and high school students in a team-oriented robotics competition, and serves as a perfect way to meet today’s new common core standards. Check out the students journey from the workshops they attended to the actual competition!

Higgins Green Screen Studio

Building off of a previous PEF grant, Librarian Sudi Smoller was looking to transform a study room off the library into a Green Screen Studio. The studio would be used to help students develop their media production skills and also gave the students a space to complete video assignments for their classes.

The Peabody Education Foundation funded this creative studio and was able to see it live in action during a visit to the middle school. While we were there, Higgins students demonstrated how their Green Screen Studio works by creating a short ‘Safari’ themed video.

Peabody Learning Academy Music/Guitars

The Peabody Education Foundations PEF grant program funded Music/Guitar lessons at the Peabody Learning Academy. This program is an elective offered to students and is one of the first music/art classes at the school! Math and Science teacher, Kevin Tanglis, requested 5 guitars for his students to help provide a creative outlet during their day.  Because many of the classes at PLA are taken online, the guitars offer a great way for students to express their creative side and allows for a hands-on learning approach. This program combined music theory along with guitar lessons to help the students grow creatively. Thank you to Kevin Tanglis for this great idea!

Breakout Boxes

Breakout Boxes was requested by Teacher Vincent Raponi. Vincent requested the Breakout Boxes for his students at the Higgins Middle School. Breakout Boxes challenges students to think critically, collaborate with others, be creative and increases communication skills. The kit includes a unique collection of resettable locks, boxes and items that can be used for immersive learning games. Check out this funded PEF grant in action by playing the video!

Drunk Busters

The Peabody Education Foundation’s PEF grant program funded ‘Drunk Busters’ for the Higgins Middle School. Drunk Busters was requested for the Higgins 6th, 7th and 8th grade health classes with the objective being to educate the middle school on the effects of alcohol and drug use. Drunk Busters is designed to show students the dangers of substance abuse and hopefully give them a better understanding of how drugs and alcohol can impair them.

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Hands On STEM Math Enrichment Program

The Peabody Education Foundation funded materials for the Hands On STEM Math Enrichment Program for the 4th grade classroom at the South Memorial School. STEM is an acronym for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. These four fields share an emphasis on innovation, problem solving, critical thinking, teamwork and collaboration. Teacher, Jennifer Hincman, requested materials for the program to incorporate this curriculum into monthly engaging activities. The benefits of this program include project based learning, school community and collaboration, life skills, teamwork and more.

SolarPower Cars

I just wanted to once again thank you for everything related to the PEF Grant. The students had a great time building and racing (when the sun cooperated) their solar cars!

Danielle McLaughlin

Higgins Middle school

#WhatliftsPVMHS? – Kelsey Montague Inspired Murals 

During the 2018-2019 school year, we funded #WhatliftsPVMHS – Kelsey Montague Inspired Murals for Peabody High School. This program invited Art students at Peabody Veterans Memorial High School to research, read and respond to the street art murals by artist Kelsey Montague and her initiative #WhatliftsYou. Together, students identified the uniqueness of Montague’s style and discussed the content in her imagery, such as wings, hot air balloons and kites. Using Montague’s artwork as inspiration, as a group, students discussed and brainstormed potential locations inside PVMHS, and content and message for three murals in their own school. They then interpreted and illustrated sketches for murals for their walls and proposed ways that their peers, faculty, staff and visitors could interact with the unique and personal images that are special to the PVMHS school community.

SkyDome Planetarium 

The SkyDome Planetarium was requested by Cindy Littlefield at the Welch School. This program incorporated a portable, inflatable planetarium that could accommodate up to ninety students at a time. The students entered and took part in a 45 minute journey through the universe. There was a navigator who guided the students through the stars which were exactly how they appeared on the presentation day. The students learned about all of the stars and constellations as well as how to identify them in the sky. They were also able to see the sky during different seasons from different global perspectives. Thank you Cindy for this great experience!

7th Grade Outdoor Classroom Water Quality Study

The 7th Grade Outdoor Classroom was designed by science teachers at the Higgins Middle School as a way to provide students with regular and seasonal access to the diverse learning environment of the Higgins trails and wetlands. Through weekly forays into the natural area within walking distance of the school, students are asked to become citizen scientists as they collect authentic data, analyze pond and soil health, monitor phenological changes and conduct short- and long-term studies of biological change. This program aligns the Higgins 7th grade classroom science curriculum to place-based examples at both the ecosystem and habitat level. The Peabody Education Foundation proudly funded the biochemical test kits and supplies which included dissolved oxygen test kits, pH water test refill, infrared thermometer, Celestron binoculars and more!

Whalemobile

Our PEF Grant Program funded ‘The WhaleMobile’ for the second-grade students at the Center School in Peabody. Whalemobile gave students a rare opportunity to see a life-size model of a real whale!  Each class spent a half hour inside the inflatable whale where they got to see just how big the insides of a whale are! From the heart to the stomach, the students got a clear representation of what a whale looks like from the inside. The students watched in awe as the instructor taught them how the whale operates. Students were also able to touch baleen, bones and teeth from real whales!

Makerspace STEAM Weekly Classes

The South Memorial Elementary School created the Makerspace STEAM Weekly Classes program to promote creative thinking and problem solving through student-led, inquiry-based tasks and challenges. During these classes, students work in a team or individually to build different types of robots, design sail cars, complete engineering and design challenges, build and race cars, and design and print 3D ideas. These inquiry-based learning activities encourage students to explore different ideas and ask questions to help them become self-learners who are capable of out-of-the-box thinking. The funds helped the school purchase materials, such as several build sets, learning kits and games, and more, to get the program up and running. The PEF Grant Committee is excited to see the students work together to creatively tackle various projects! Check out the video and pictures below!

Wake-Up Brain Bins

The PEF Grants program funded ‘Wake-Up Brain Bins’ for students at the Brown School. Wake-Up Brain Bins are morning tubs that are integrated into the classroom to promote problem solving, boost creativity and engage students in open-ended activities. Each morning, the students pull out these bins to help them wake up and warm up for the day ahead!

American Sign Language (ASL) Materials Library

Our PEF Grants Program funded the ‘Sign Language Materials Library’ for Pre-K students at McCarthy Elementary School in Peabody. The library includes educational materials such as magnetic American Sign Language (ASL) letters, sign language classroom practice book, sign language posters, flash cards for quick access to signs, and phonics book. These materials will help the school support learning for students with autism, hearing impairments, cochlear implants, and other language needs, as well as non-verbal students. Besides aiding and promoting total communication in the classroom, these materials will also help in normalizing the use of sign language and encouraging general education students to accept and learn alongside their peers.

Intergenerational Book Club

The Peabody Education Foundation funded the ‘Intergenerational Book Club’ for 4th grade students at Center School in Peabody. As part of the program, students and their ‘literacy grandparents’ read and discussed the book, ‘The War with Grandpa,’ as well participated in activities together. At the peak of the COVID-19 pandemic, community seniors were required to completely isolate, which meant fewer interactions between students and their elderly grandparents.

The ‘Intergenerational Book Club’ helped revive the bond between students and their grandparents and/or community elders. The program also fostered a respect of the elderly among students and allowed them to learn about what life was like in the past compared to the present. Besides helping students and community elders reconnect, the ‘Intergenerational Book Club’ also provided a great educational experience for the students. Using the literature unit, ‘A Guide for Using The War with Grandpa,’ the program’s learning objectives include reading comprehension, vocabulary, writing, critical thinking lessons, and art.

Photos courtesy of Cheryl Millard!

Stay Sharp Barbering

The PEF Grants Program funded ‘Stay Sharp Barbering’ for 10th to 12th grade students at Peabody Veteran’s Memorial High School. To support an uptick in the popularity of barbering, the funding was used to purchase professional and high-quality barbering equipment for students in the school’s cosmetology program. Through ‘Stay Sharp Barbering,’ students now get the real-world experience of working with equipment that they will eventually use in barbershops and hair salons. This new equipment will also allow students to discover new services they can offer to clients, ultimately providing them with more opportunities to be successful once they launch their careers in the field. ‘Stay Sharp Barbering’ will benefit students by helping them expand their skill set so they stand out from the crowd.

Spectrum Yoga

The PEF Grants Program funded the ‘Spectrum Yoga’ initiative for students with special needs in grades 6 to12 at Higgins Middle School and Peabody Veterans Memorial High School. ‘Spectrum Yoga’ is a four-month program designed to help students with special needs manage anxiety and emotional regulation as well as improve concentration and memory.

The program is being taught by Ms. Amy LaFave, a certified Yoga instructor who holds many certifications in Yoga for children with special needs. Ms. LaFave is certified in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), which is a behavior program for students with autism spectrum disorder. She has also completed a training program called Voice Colors Yoga, which is Yoga geared specifically toward children with special needs. Ms. LaFave will teach both the Higgins Middle School and Peabody Veterans Memorial High School sub-separate Adaptive Physical Education classes in Yoga once a month, until the end of the school year.

STEAM Museum

The PEF Grants Program funded STEAM Museum for Pre-K through 5 students at the McCarthy School. Through the portable, hands-on STEAM Museum, students can learn about engaging topics such as manufacturing methods, energy technology, simple machines, gear ratios, 3D printing, robotics, geometry, structures, friction, and gravity. Students can explore the museum and spend time at stations that interest them. Amid ongoing COVID-19 protocols, the program is a great way for students to get the experience of a science museum without leaving the safety of the school building. The STEAM Museum will encourage students to work together and problem solve with their peers, as well as contribute to their character and career education.

Funded PEF Grants

2021 Awarded PEF Grants
  • A Forensic Science Guest Speaker
  • Higgins Helping Hawks Student Mentoring Program
  • Curriculaughs in Literacy
  • Intergenerational Book Club
  • Scholastic Classroom Magazines
  • Wake Up Brain Bins
  • Young Audiences of Mass
  • Makerspace STEAM Weekly Classes
  • Curious Creatures Reptile Zoo
  • Art Mural Contest
  • Let’s Find Out Magazines
  • Rainforest Reptile Shows
  • Printmaking Materials
  • PBL Hot/Cold Chocolate Stands
  • STEM Math Enrichment Program
  • STEAM Museum
  • Sign Language Materials Library
  • Books!!!!!
  • Outdoor Classroom Water Quality Study
  • Humor-Infused Poetry Education and Reading
2018 Awarded PEF Grants
  • Peabody Essex Museum: American and Salem Collections
  • Weather: Wind, Water and Temperature
  • Geology: Rock Detectives
  • Motion, Forces, and Energy
  • Robotics Battle Bot
  • Cluster Time Enrichment Activities
  • Forensic Science
  • #WhatLiftsPVMHS – Kelsey Montague Inspired Murals
  • Tanner to Tanner
  • Marty Kelley Author Presentation
  • Snow Shoes Program
  • Loom Knitting
  • Code: The Newest Language Spoken at Welch School
  • STEM Learning
  • 7th Grade Outdoor Classroom Learning Project
  • Engineering and Erosion
  • Welch School Birthday Books
  • ACCESS Crafters
  • Curious Creatures Make Writing Come Alive
  • Substance Abuse Awareness
  • Beams, Bridges & Columns
  • Book Club: Alienation and Identity
  • Engineer a Coaster Activity Kit with Standup Magnetic Write and Wipe Board
  • Mass Poetry In-School Student Day of Poetry
  • Pear Deck
  • Motion, Forces, and Energy
  • The Whalemobile
  • Engineer It! Power to Production
  • Paul Revere Midnight Ride
  • Magnification of Learning Illumination
  • Breakout Edu
  • “The Observer” Student Literary Magazine
  • Higgins Innovation and Learning Lab (HILL)
  • Teaching Exercise Science & Anatomy Students How to Take & Read ECGs
  • Number Talks Whole Number Computation and supplements
  • Bringing Learning to Life
2015 Awarded PEF Grants
  • Boston Symphony Orchestra Youth Concert Field Trip
  • Peabody Essex Museum – American/Salem Collections
  • Unifix Color Coded Sentence Building Kit
  • Schoolyard Science with Mass Audubon’s Joppa Flats
  • Life at Sea: A Voyage in Song
  • Nye, oh Nye! That’s some super science
  • Fractions for 3rd Graders
  • Tide Pool Alive
  • Chris Brown Presents: Click, Clack, Moo
  • Accelerated Reader
  • Higgins Helping Hawks Student Mentoring Program
  • Equestrian Connection
  • Expanding Expression Tool, 2nd Edition (EET)
  • The Diary of Anne Frank
  • 5th Annual Higgins Spelling Bee and Online Visual Thesaurus Dictionary
  • Informational Text Research Using Newsela
  • Touch-Typing Awards
  • Bamidele Dancers and Drummers
  • A Guided Discovery of Electromagnetism
  • Techsploration
  • Windows on Wildlife
  • Sensory Diet Materials
  • Creating a Kinesthetic Classroom
  • Math Masters
  • DIG-IT High Touch High Tech
  • Dig into Dinosaurs
  • Jeff Danger, Science Ranger’s Physical Science Show
  • Tidepool Adaptions
  • Motion Force and Work
  • Grade 1 Take Home Book Package
  • High Touch High Tech
2020 Awarded PEF Grants
  • Classroom Calm Spots 
  • Makerspace Style Interactive Hallway
  • Wake Up Peabody! on Welch-o-Vision
  • Playground Communication
  • Higgins Helping Hawks Student Mentoring Program
  • Mindfulness in the Classroom
2017 Awarded PEF Grants
  • Salem Sound Coast Watch: Watershed Ecology
  • Outdoor Science with Joppa Flats
  • At Home in Salem/American Collections
  • Jway Hopscotch Game
  • Beams, Bridges & Columns
  • Books for Classroom Guidance
  • Just Right Books for Students
  • Freedom Trail: Cafetorium Style!
  • Tide Pool Alive
  • Theaterworks USA: Dragons Love Tacos and other stories
  • New England Aquarium
  • Story Grammar Marker Kit
  • Kindle for Kids Bundle
  • Schoolyard Science with Mass Audubon’s Joppa Flats
  • Wiggles and Giggles Exercise Program
  • A Guided Discovery of Electromagnetism
  • Webber Articulation Cards and Fun Sheets
  • Welch School Birthday Books
  • Contact: The Magic of Communication
  • Weather: Wind, Water, and Temperature
  • Electromagnetism
  • SkyDome Planetarium
  • Backpackin It
  • Curious Creatures Make Writing Come Alive
  • Paul Revere’s Midnight Ride
  • Young Authors Day
  • Boston Symphony Orchestra Youth Concert Field Trip
  • Enhancing Our Green Screen Production Studio
  • Mythmasters
  • We Video
  • Higgins Helping Hawks Student Mentoring Program
  • 7th Grade outdoor Classroom Learning Project
  • Collaborative Learning through Breakout EDU
  • Exploring the World in Three Dimensions: Virtual Reality in the Classroom
  • Littlest Tanners Community Project
  • PLA Music/Guitar
  • Classroom Lending Library
  • Junior Scholastic
  • Animal Adaptations
  • Spectroscopes for the classroom
  • Other Voices Book Club
  • First Aid & CPR/AED Certification Program
  • International Culinary Delight: Foreign Language and Culinary Arts
  • Little Tanners Lending Library
2014 Awarded PEF Grants
  • Wonderful World of Raptors
    Peabody Essex Museum American/Salem Collections
  • Social Thinking Curriculum
  • Class Set of Hands-On Equations for Teacher and Thirty Students
  • Forensic Science Studies
  • Creature Features
  • Read About Math Learning Centers – Complete Set
  • Hands-On Science
  • Nudging the Imagination
  • Windows on Wildlife: Adaptions Program
  • Fraction Problem Solving
  • Tide Pool Alive!
  • Fit Girls
  • Science from Scientist’s Science Theater
  • Accelerated Reader
  • Seussical, Theatreworks USA
  • Kestrel Educational Adventures
  • 4th Annual Higgins Spelling Bee & Online Visual Thesaurus Dictionary
  • Award-winning children’s author James M Deem Visits with the Panthers
  • Higgins Helping Hawks Student-to-Student Mentoring
  • REACH Program Painting Class
  • MathsAmazing
  • Meeting with History – Yoko Kawashima Watkins
  • The Poetry Company
  • Higgins Student IT Help Desk
  • News-2-You (online subscription)
  • Phonological Awareness Chipper Chat
  • Curious Creatures Kid Zoo
  • Electromagnetism
  • Discovery Museum
  • Life Cycle of a Raptor
  • Brazilian Dance & Drum with Gregory Coles
  • Boston Symphony Orchestra Youth Concert Field Trip
  • Special Effects Makeup Hands On Class
  • Social Studies 4th Grade Curriculum
  • Social Studies – Travels Across America’s Past
  • Brain Pop Jr.
  • Literature Based Learning Centers
  • Sensory Diet Materials
  • Literacy Alive! Celebrating Reading with Robert Rivest
  • Join In – Multi-Cultural Folktales and Legends
  • Seeds and Plants
  • Animal Adaptions
  • Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum Tour
  • Life in the 17th Century and At Home in Salem 1785-1820
  • Tidepools Alive
  • Mad Science: An “Edutaining” Performance
  • ThinkTank: Numbersense & Problem Solving
  • Visit from author Maryann Cocca-Leffler
2019 Awarded PEF Grants
  • Rainforest Reptile Show
  • Think Spaces
  • Art Display Units for Annual Art Show
  • Marvelous Makerspace Materials
  • Welch School Birthday Books
  • Understanding the Wolf through Education and Exposure
  • Higgins Print Shop
  • Tide Pool Alive
  • New Rep Classic Repertory Company Performing Romeo and Juliet
  • Classroom Calm Spots
  • The Mind Cannot Forget What the Hands Have Learned
  • Frog and Toad presented by North Shore Music Theater
  • Boston Symphony Orchestra Youth Concert Field Trip
  • METG Drama Festival 2019 – Film & Media Program
  • Gene Modification Using CRISPR/Cas9
  • Mindful Superhero Club presents “Cultivating Compassion on a Green Screen!” 
  • The Observer Printing Costs
  • Peabody Essex Museum: Life in Salem/Early American Collections
  • PVMHS Robotics – KIPR Botball
  • Tiger Trail – An Indoor Fitness/Sensory Trail
  • Boston’s Bluster and Battle at the Burke! 
  • Theaterworks USA – The Pout Pout Fish
  • Wonder Robots
  • Higgins Helping Hawks Student Mentoring Program
  • Curious Creatures Kids Zoo
  • Pirate Talk-Receptive and Expressive Language Game
  • 7th Grade Outdoor Classroom Learning Project
  • Paul Revere’s Midnight Ride
  • Text Sets for Striving Readers
  • Cosmetology in the 21st Century
  • Beams, Bridges, and Columns
2016 Awarded PEF Grants
  • MICCA Concert Festival
  • Girl Power
  • Peabody Essex Museum: American/Salem Collections
  • New England Aquarium Field Trip
  • Study Buddies – Fairy Tale Friends
  • Think Social with Social Thinking and Brain Gym
  • Fine & Gross Motor Materials
  • Macaroni Soup! Active Music for Kids
  • Higgins Helping Hawks Student Mentoring Program
  • No Bullying: Stand Up, Step In
  • Transitional Partners Program
  • Wiggles and Giggles
  • Social Thinking
  • Higgins Library Expands Hour of Code Activities with Sphero Spark Robots
  • Headsprout
  • Yoko Kawashima Watkins Presentation
  • Music for the Mind
  • Boston Symphony Orchestra Youth Concert Field Trip
  • Sound Waves by Discovery Museum’s Traveling Field Trips
  • Downloadable Collection Kick-Off
  • Schoolyard Science with Mass Audubon’s Joppa Flats
  • Forces in Motion
  • Drama Festival 2017 Artist-in-Residence
  • Tide Pool Alive
  • Lunar Exhibition at Peabody Essex Museum
  • Paul Revere Midnight Ride
  • Welch School Birthday Books
  • 2nd and 3rd Grade Milestones Program
  • Choices for the Choices Program
  • Schoolyard Science with Mass Audubon’s Joppa Flats
  • LEGO Engineering Concepts
  • TenMarks
  • Wolf Hollow
  • Theaterworks USA Field Trip: Miss Nelson is Missing
  • Hands-On Math Centers
  • Uprising on King Street: Boston Massacre
  • Animal Adventures
  • Tide Pool Alive
  • Book Clubs
  • Let’s Get Moving Numbers Kit
  • Engineering and Erosion
  • A Guided Discovery of Electromagnetism

Peabody Education Foundation

The Peabody Education Foundation provides unique programs and advanced technology to thousands of students and teachers who might otherwise not enjoy such experiences due to budget constraints.

P.O. Box 233
Peabody, MA 01960

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