Vancleave High School - $2,500 to purchase and repair compound microscopes used by students in biology and marine biology classes.Vancleave High School - $2,427 to purchase graphing calculators that will allow students to do real-time data collection and view and analyze the results from the collection of data. Students will focus on exploring, understanding and construction of mathematical and scientific concepts. Vancleave Lower Elementary School - $2,000 to purchase items that will help students gain understanding of flight through scientific investigations and experiments that deal with the dynamics of flight such as lift, drag, weight and thrust. West Harrison High School - $1,705 to purchase calculator software, Lego programmable robotics sets and small motors for wind turbines. East Central Middle School - $1,500 to be used to purchase a basic robot kit and allow students to build a robot that will be used in competition. Alabama Jubilee BEST Robotics - $5,000 to support robotics competitions for middle and high school students. Funds will also be used for teacher/mentor workshops, camps for students and game day at the USA Mitchell Center. Alabama School for Mathematics and Science - $2,500 to support the team's participation in FIRST Technology Challenge, a robotics competition. St. Vincent de Paul Catholic School - $1,500 to purchase laptops and software programs that will help train students in computer programs that will aid them in programming their robot for competition. Louisiana Greater New Orleans STEM Initiative - $15,000 to provide two weeks of hands-on science training for teachers from Louisiana and Mississippi. Dollars for Scholars - $10,000 to award four, $2,500 engineering scholarships to area high school students. Greater New Orleans Regional Science Fair - $2,500 to support students attending the regional science fair. Hahnville High School - $250, which is a contribution to the Engineering and Robotics Club.