Grant Application

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How the Mini- Grants Work

 

Mini-Grants for Marshall Teachers Helping teachers teach and students learn

  • How does it work?

Through a very simple application process, PreK-12 teachers can apply for grant funding to provide enriching academic experiences in their classrooms.

  • How much is a typical grant for?

Typical grant awards range from $500-$1,000.

  • When is the application due?

Grant applications are due by June 9, 2017.

  • Why do you do this?

Our goal is to encourage and support teachers who have great ideas for creative use of curriculum that will provide enhanced learning experiences for students. Mini-grants enable the purchase of special materials and resources for the classroom and are intended to support projects that are not provided for within school budgets or through other means. All grant recipients are expected to report on the expenditure of grant funds and results of the supported project within one year of the award.

  • Who can apply?

All MISD PreK-12 teachers are encouraged to apply. No more than one grant will be awarded per teacher per year.

  • My new campus isn’t listed?

The foundation understands the District is in flux with 5 brand new campuses being constructed.  Please apply listing the school you are currently teaching at.

  • What if I change campuses?

The foundation understands the District is in flux with 5 brand new campuses being constructed.  Please apply!  If you are still in District in a teaching role we would love to evaluate your new position and will do our best to still award your grant at your new campus if your grant was chosen.

Grant Application Request

We would like to partner with you and assist you improve your classroom experience.

Please apply using the Form above if possible if you cannot for some reason complete the Google Form you may use the following PDF:

MEF-Grant-Application-Form

or if you missed the online form click below!