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 email@example.com
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.