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Congratulations, Oracle Academy Scholarship Recipients!


CSTA would like to thank our sponsor, Oracle Academy, for graciously supporting the First Time Conference Attendee scholarship program. Oracle supports new ideas to strengthen teaching and learning, and they know that some of the best teaching methods come from fellow educators.

2016 Oracle Academy First Time Conference Attendee Scholarship Recipients


Eric Allatta
Academy for Software Engineering,

NYDOE, New York, New York

Derek Ratchford
Springdale Public Schools
Springdale, Arkansas 
Patricia Allis  
Bishop Ireton High School
Alexandria, Virginia 
Jennifer Reese
Arlington Independent School District
Arlington, Texas
Joy Beckenbach
Providence Hall High School
Herriman, Utah
Penny Shuey
BOFG Unified School District
Sacramento, CA
Daniel Belsky    
Oakland Unified School District         
Oakland, California
Stephanie Sneath
Ridgewood Community High School
Norridge, Illinois 
Matthew Cheng                             
Newark Public Schools
Newark, New Jersey 
Jennifer Stone
STEM Academy of Hollywood
Los Angeles, CA
 Alphana Hobbs
Ravenscroft School
Raleigh, North Carolina 
William Strother
Putnum Vocational Technical Academy
Springfield, Massachusetts  

Heidi Kattula

Bloomfield Hills School

Detroit, Michigan

Ryan Torbey
Harmony School of Science
Austin, Texas  

Maureen Masters

Kuumba Academy Charter School

Wilmington, Delaware

Mari Ulrick
Red Oak High School
Red Oak, Texas 
Miguel Ocampo 
Mission Trails ROP          
Salinas, California
Marjorie White
Hilliard Darby High School 
Hilliard, Ohio 
Heather Quigley      
Golden Eagle Charter School           
Mt. Shasta, California
Ramsey Young

Millard Public Schools
Omaha, Nebraska


About the Scholarship


Award recipients will receive a scholarship funded by Oracle Academy to attend the 2016 CSTA Annual Conference in San Diego, California in July and will cover up to $1,000 per awardee, to include:

  • conference registration,
  • up to three nights of lodging at the conference venue or comparable location (if the conference venue is sold out),
  • travel expense support (toward transportation and meals), and
  • special recognition as a recipient of an Oracle Academy scholarship at the conference.

View the press release here.


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