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Classroom Grants Application

Each fall and spring, teachers and staff may apply for Classroom Grants for programs and activities that go beyond the school District’s budget. Requests must have a focus to enhance student learning by providing new and innovative educational experiences. 

All applicants must review the Classroom Grant Guidelines prior to submitting application. 

Questions? Email Megan Schafersman at

Spring 2024 Grants Open Feb 1–29


Previous Funding Examples:

Bennington Elementary – Schaffert/Johanek: Cardio Drumming. Purchase stability balls, buckets and drum sticks to allow students to use the skills they have learned in PE and Music in a new and collaborative way. $1,100.00

Anchor Pointe Elementary – Kiger/Oborny: Getting Our Hands on Math: Multisensory Touch Math. Purchase TouchMath kits, a multisensory tool that makes critical math concepts appealing and accessible for students who struggle to understand grade level content. $1,035.00.

High School – Qaiser:  Student Scrum Masters: Professional Project Managers. Create Kanban boards for each student and teach all business students Agile Practices which is a project management tool, allowing students to take full responsibility and ownership of tracking their completion of tasks. $617.00.

HAL – Fitzgerald/Porter: Tumbling Through Computer Science. Purchase Turing Tumbles to introduce the basics of computer programming and computer science to elementary HAL students. $1,200.00.

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