2017 Jan Stauber-Sherlock Holmes Literacy Grant Awards
This year we provided grants of up to $500 to ten teachers and librarians to assist them in developing a teaching project to introduce more young people to Sherlock Holmes. Here are the winners for 2017:
- Stacy Acuna, St. Joseph School, La Puente, CA.
“Introducing the scientific method to students through Sherlock Holmes" (8th Grade)
- Elizabeth Buckhold, Bentley Middle School, Burton, MI. "Promoting Reading and Family Literacy Through Sherlock Holmes" email@example.com
- Mary Denham, Trinity Lutheran School, Springfield, IL.
"Reading The Hound of the Baskervilles and Educating Students About 19th Century England"
- Amanda Flower, Hudson Library and Historical Society, Hudson, OH.
"It's Elementary, Dear Sherlock"
- Stephanie King, Early Connections, Inc. Erie, PA.
"Sherlock Holmes Goes to Summer Camp"
- Noelle Loupin, Harmony Elementary School, Harmony, ME.
"Sherlock Holmes for Elementary and Middle School Students"
- Amber Nash, North Greene Schools, White Hall, IL.
"Sherlock Holmes and Pop Culture"
- Linda Nowicki, River Ridge High School, New Port Richey, FL.
"Sherlock Holmes Book Club"
- Estelle Rodkoff, Olive Vista Middle School, Sylmar, CA.
"Appreciating the Author's Craft Through a Study of Conan Doyle and Other Writers"
- Holly Saunders, Bethel High School Library, Hampton, VA.
"Sherlock Holmes in Breakout Activities"
- Sara Schepis, Newburgh Free Library, Newburgh, NY.
"Happy Birthday, Sherlock Holmes!"