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CAMT 2016 Promo Video

CAMT Registration Information

Registration for CAMT 2016 will be open from January 5 to April 15.

  • The registration fee is $185 if registered by April 15. The on-site registration fee is $260.
  • The Administrators’ Conference fee is $250 if registered and paid by April 15. After April 15, registration is $350.
  • Name badges will be picked up when you arrive at the conference. Badges must be worn to gain admittance to the conference.
  • Program books will be available at the conference. The program book will be posted online by May 30.

Register Now!

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Lowe’s Community Partners Grants: Sponsored by Lowe’s Charitable and Educational Foundation


Email: (For questions)


Lowe’s Charitable and Educational Foundation funds projects that support kindergarten through grade 12 public and charter education and community improvement. Within these areas, the foundation is primarily committed to supporting projects that have the greatest impact on its communities and align with Lowe’s core business of home improvement. Community Partners Grants help communities by providing monetary assistance for support of high-need projects such as building renovations or upgrades, grounds improvement, technology upgrades, and safety improvements.
Eligible applicants are nonprofit 501(c)(3) organizations and public agencies serving communities in which Lowe operates stores or distribution centers. Interested applicants are required to take a short eligibility test. Applications are accepted online.


Awards range from $2,000 to $100,000. Most awards range from $10,000 to $25,000.


Spring cycle applications are accepted March 21 through May 23, 2016.

Fall cycle applications are accepted July 1 through August 26, 2016.

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NCTM March's Bright Ideas

What's New?

Check out our newest tablet-friendly interactive, Bunny Times, for your pre-K–grade 5 classroom.

Resources for YOU!

Pre-K – Grade 2 Interactive: Concentration

Learn the names of shapes with this mobile friendly game.

Grades 3–5 Lesson: Can You KenKen?

Learn to use combinations to solve KenKen puzzles.

Grades 6–8 Unit: Apple Pi

Discover the ratio and meaning of pi.

Grades 9–12 Interactive: Pi Fight

Become comfortable using both radians and degrees with this fun game.


Brain Teaser

Can you find the center of a circle using only a drafting triangle and a pencil?


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