2019-2020 GRANT PERIOD NOW OPENED!


2019-2020 Academic Year Grant Program


GRANT COMMITTEE:


Michael Camden, Principal-Middle School
Ginny Gills, Principal-Elementary School
Eugene Williams, Principal-High School
Barbara Gamage, Board Member
Ernestine Sharpe, Board Member

Van Petty - Chairman



GRANT GUIDELINES


Frequently Asked Questions


The Foundation Board has allocated $3,500 for Grants for the 2019-2020 school year.

Teachers and administrators may apply for Grant funding for innovative curriculum development projects.

Priority will be given to projects that:
1. Focus on academic, career/college access
2. Integrate the project into the curriculum
3. May be shared by more than one classroom/school
4. Have the potential to be ongoing and/or have long-term effects.

Grant funds MUST be used as stated in the Application. Otherwise, the funds will revert back to the Foundation.

Grant funds MUST be spent prior to March 1, 2020 or the funds will revert back to the Foundation.

Grant recipients will be required to submit an Online Grant Evaluation documenting the challenges and successes of implementation.

All grant-funded materials are the property of the Cumberland County Public School system and must remain with the school.


APPLICATION PROCEDURE


Submission is by online only.
* To submit online, complete the ONLINE GRANT APPLICATION (Print a copy for your files)
Upon submission your Principal is prompted for review.

Grant applications must be submitted BY FRIDAY, MARCH 22, 2019 PRIOR TO 5 PM.


GRANT NOTIFICATION


Grant winners will receive a "Status" letter in mid-April, be recognized at individual school Awards Programs and be posted on the Foundation's web page after the High School Awards Celebration.

DISTRIBUTION OF FUNDS


The Foundation will make Grant funds available to the appropriate school for use by the Grant winners by JULY 31.

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