Competitive Grant Programs
Social Media in the Classroom Grant
Teachers are invited to demonstrate how they use social media in the classroom - either through an essay or a short video. Two winners will receive a $1,000 grant award. Visit the Social Media in the Classroom grant website for more details. Applications are due December 3, 2018.
Technology - Important Reminder
Prior to ordering any technology using any funding source, including grant money, please refer to the TECHNOLOGY STANDARDS for the district. It is imperative to follow all purchasing guidelines to ensure that all technology is compatible with the district network and can be serviced by district technology and network specialists.
Teachers in need of supplies, materials, and other resources for projects in their classroom can submit requests through Donors Choose. This free and easy-to-use web resource allows teachers to detail their project needs, and donors who visit the site choose which projects they want to contribute to.
Teachers are encouraged to visit the Donors Choose website and submit a proposal. The average project request is $642, and 70% of all projects are successfully funded, with high poverty schools receiving the vast majority of donations.
If you submit a request to Donors Choose, please email the web link for your proposal to Zack Ward in the Federal Programs & Grants office. If any technology is requested and received through Donors Choose, please visit the Digital Learning website to access the technology approval form and to ensure compliance with district technology protocol.
Please note: Donors Choose is currently the only district-approved web-based fundraising platform.
All items acquired through Donors Choose become the property of the district and cannot be transferred off the campus.
Grant Guidelines & Procedures
Prior to submitting any grant to a funding source, please review the district's Grant Procedures and complete the Approval Form for Competitive Grant Proposals. A copy of the form, with principal signature, should be sent via interoffice mail to Zack Ward in Federal Programs & Grants.