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The Education Foundation of Bloomington’s Prodigy Awards recognizes superb teamwork that improves the educational environment within Bloomington Public Schools. Nominations are submitted every year to recognize groups of colleagues that demonstrate outstanding teamwork in the following categories:


Superb Administrative Teamwork (administrator and support staff) of schools and the District office. Superb Staff Teamwork (all other non-administrative staff)

may also include parents, students or community members as part of the group or from the District office.


Prodigy Award Purpose and Eligibility

The purpose of Prodigy Awards is to recognize team efforts in creating a positive and safe learning environment for students and staff.


• EFB encourages staff to become connected to one another. The more we care about each other, the more our environment improves. Staff is more likely to contribute in the workplace and students will benefit from the caring environment.


• EFB values the “Super Team” concept over individual staff recognition, and wishes to acknowledge staff who create a “super classroom” or “work environment” for staff and students. Please include ALL members of the team/department in entry submissions. No team member should be excluded in the nomination.


Prodigy Winners for the 2017-18 School Year were recently recognized for their significant contribution and teamwork to the improvement of our Bloomington School’s educational environment. Congratulations! Secondary AVID Leadership Team (Kristin Donnelly (KHS), Kristen Power (VVMS), Kelly Killorn-Moravec (ESC), Ashley Modrow (VVMS)) and all faculty members of Southwood Early Learning Center.

To learn more about the Education Foundation of Bloomington, please contact the EFB by completing the contact form below.

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Mail: Education Foundation of Bloomington

2575 W. 88th Street Bloomington, MN 55431