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Energizing Student Potential



In 2016-2017, Energizing Student Potential launched in Washington, D.C. for District of Columbia Schools with support from Exelon Foundation and Pepco. Working with librarians and media specialists, the program welcomed 22 schools in January 2017 and launched for a second year in 2017-2018 with 30 schools participating.   ESP’s success in the District of Columbia provided the opportunity for Pepco and the Exelon Foundation to provide support to launch ESP in Montgomery County Public Schools (MD) and Prince George’s County Public Schools (MD) in the spring of 2018.  
 

 
 

ESP Illinois/Indiana            

Applications for the 2017-2018 Energizing Student Potential are being accepted now. 



Want to see what ESP success looks like? Take a look at some of the submissions from the 2015-2016 school year. Click here to check out some great projects! 


    

ESP District of Columbia

In 2016-2017, Energizing Student Potential launched in Washington, D.C. for District of Columbia Public Schools with support from Exelon Foundation and Pepco. Working with librarians and media specialists, the program welcomed 22 schools in January 2017. For 2017-2018, ESP will welcome up to 50 schools in partnership with District of Columbia Public Schools and the Office of the State Superintendent of Education. Applications are open until October 4, 2017.  Click here for more information.



ESP Montgomery County Public Schools

Pepco and the Exelon Foundation, in partnership with the National Energy Education Development (NEED) Project and Montgomery County Public Schools, are launching Energizing Student Potential (ESP), a STEM-focused energy program for grades 5 - 8 in Montgomery County Public Schools in December 2017. This program brings together standards-based curriculum for use by library media specialists and their partnering teachers in both the library and classroom setting. Click here for more information.



ESP Prince George's County Public Schools

Pepco and the Exelon Foundation, in partnership with the National Energy Education Development (NEED) Project and Prince George’s County Public Schools, are launching Energizing Student Potential (ESP), a STEM-focused energy program for grades 3 - 8 in Prince George’s County Public Schools in February 2018. This program brings together standards-based curriculum for use by classroom teachers, library media specialists, and afterschool program leaders in classroom or other school settings. Click here for more information.