2022 TangerKids grant winners announced

Staff Report
Posted 9/28/22

FOLEY — The winners of the 2022 TangerKids grants have been announced. The awards are part of Tanger Outlets Foley's commitment to support education and strengthen the local community.Local …

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2022 TangerKids grant winners announced

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FOLEY — The winners of the 2022 TangerKids grants have been announced. The awards are part of Tanger Outlets Foley's commitment to support education and strengthen the local community.
Local winners are:
• Jaime Tillman – Daphne Middle School – Sensing Success
• Michelle Marshall – Daphne Middle School – Marshall's Multiverse
• Danielle Medolla – Summerdale School – I'm in Charge of Me!

• Brandy Peebles – Elberta Elementary School - Boogie to Write
• Nancy Brandon - Elberta Elementary School – Shaping Up Memories
• Stacy Mashburn – Elsanor Elementary – I Read, You Read, We All Read!
• Leah Willisson - Fairhope East Elementary - Bare Books for Young Writers
• Emily Rankin - Florence B. Mathis Elementary - Nature Observations
• Erin Parker - Florence B. Mathis Elementary - Writing Phonics and Fun
• Courtney Saxon - Florence B. Mathis Elementary - Flexible Seating
• Laura Sullivan - Foley Elementary - Full STEAM Ahead
• Anne Talbert Stevens - Foley Elementary - Control of Chromebook cords
• Elisa Seibert - Magnolia School - Let's "Talk" About Fun
• Dena Armbrecht - Robertsdale Elementary - The Calm Corner- Helping Students Regain their Calm
• Victoria Pendley - Rosinton Elementary School - "Creators of Tomorrow with Bolt"
• Susan Jeffcoat - Stapleton School - Outdoor Classroom
• Brittany Allred - Stonebridge Elementary - Chill and Read
Tanger centers will fund $160,000 in classroom investments across its communities this fall, all through the TangerKids grant program. Over half the funding goes to teacher-led initiatives designed to support more inclusive classroom environments for underserved schools and student populations.
The program is open to public and private schools from pre-K to grade 12.
"Creating opportunity for all is a top priority at Tanger," Tanger Outlets Marketing Director Debra Brown said. "It's humbling to see the impact of these grants, which were requested directly by local teachers for projects that enhance learning environments and support students' success both in and out of the classroom."
To learn more about TangerKids Grants, please visit www.tangeroutlet.com.

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