Deer Valley High awarded $80,000 mathematics grant for promising practices

According to a Facebook post on the Antioch Unified School District’s page on Tuesday, April 5, “Deer Valley High School is the recipient of the CAPP Demonstration Partnership Extension Grant which highlights promising practice in the field of mathematics.

The grant totals $80,000.00 and will allow the school to continue sharing best practices related to a pilot mathematics program they wish to expand over the next two years. The grant will also help increase and build upon the secondary partnerships the school is building with local colleges and universities.

Deer Valley teachers Maria McClain, Carrie Hurtado, and Tammy Ely-Kofford – along with counselor Ruth Whittington have been instrumental in designing and implementing this promising program.”

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