school crashers Recipients
Toney Elementary School
After receiving hundreds of nominations, Toney Elementary School in Decatur was selected as a top recipient in 2019. Some of the facility improvements included an outdoor classroom with whiteboard and benches, shade canopy with picnic tables, STEM garden with native vegetation, crushed stone walking path, fencing, landscaping, parking lot refresh, painting, custom murals and more!
2019 School Crashers Recipients
• Camp Creek Elementary • Eton Elementary • Cousins Middle School • East Laurens Elementary • Carver Middle School • Stone Mountain Elementary • Cohutta Elementary • Beaverdale Elementary • Briar Vista Elementary
Rock Chapel Elementary School
Rock Chapel Elementary was selected as the top 2018 School Crashers recipient. Some of the facility improvements included landscaping, new facility signage, benches and an outdoor courtyard makeover.
2018 School Crashers Recipients
• Bob Mathis Elementary • Coker Elementary • Hightower Trail Elementary • Sequoyah Middle School
• Briarlake Elementary • Evansdale Elementary • Hightower Elementary
Canby Lane Elementary School
Canby Lane was nominated by Assistant Principal Kia Dennis. Georgia United’s School Crashers judges agreed that Canby Lane’s nomination illustrated multiple areas of needed facility improvements inside and out.
2017 School Crashers Recipients
• Eagle Woods Academy • Shiloh Middle School • Colbert Elementary • East Laurens Primary
• Fairington Elementary • Pleasant Grove Elementary
Oakcliff Elementary School
Oakcliff was nominated by 3rd grade student, Chloe Riggins. Judges agreed that her nomination essay reflected her love for her school and articulated many opportunities for community involvement and facility improvements.
Woodward Elementary School
Woodward Elementary was chosen from hundreds of nominations across the state. The elementary school received multiple facility improvements inside and outside the school.
2016 School Crashers Recipients
• Hambrick Elementary • Norcross Elementary • Dutchtown Elementary • Tunnel Hill Elementary
• Browns Mill Elementary
Chapel Hill Elementary School
Chapel Hill was the first school to receive a School Crashers makeover! With the help of community volunteers and DeKalb County School District, we were able to provide new carpet, paint murals in the cafeteria, update cafeteria furniture, improve landscaping and install benches.
2015 School Crashers Recipients
• Kelley Lake Elementary • Laurel Ridge Elementary • Cohutta Elementary • Peachtree Elementary
• Brockett Elementary
2014 School Crashers Grant Recipients
• Valley Point Elementary • Cary Reynold Elementary • SAGE School • Whit Davis Elementary
• East Laurens High