Guidelines for Grant Applications
The Education Foundation Grant is designed to encourage, facilitate, and recognize innovative and creative approaches to the accomplishment of District 622’s Vision.
Individuals or teams of individuals employed by the North St. Paul-Maplewood-Oakdale Public Schools who are involved in the instruction of students. This includes teachers, principals, bus drivers, cooks, custodians, clerical, education assistants, paraprofessionals, etc. Persons not employed by ISD 622, including students and student organizations, may apply for grants with the approval of ISD 622’s Superintendent of Schools or his/her designee (principals, dept. managers, etc.)
• Projects designed to be completed within 12 months of being awarded.
• Projects that meet the selection criteria.
**Do NOT apply if your project is currently being funded and/or is underway.
Education Foundation priorities include
Consideration is given to the degree to which the proposal
Grants cannot be used to pay staff salaries, except for the cost of a substitute required to enable fulfillment of the Grant. Substitute costs must be included in the dollar amount of funding requested by the Grant.
Grants are not intended to enable staff to make a lane change.
For a greater chance of success, before applying for Technology grants please consult the Technology department to assure your request meets District standards and requirements.
Grant Application must be signed by appropriate supervisor, administrator or committee (p. 5).
: (Complete the Education Foundation Grant Program Application)
Education Foundation Grant Program: Grants of up to $2,000 may be awarded to individuals or small groups who initiate programs or projects. Grants of up to $5,000 may be awarded to campus-initiated or district-wide initiated programs or projects. Available funding is based upon Education Foundation Board of Directors’ discretion.
The project is appropriate if you can answer yes to the following questions:
Address the following:
Any Grant Application received after the deadline, and/or any Grant Application without appropriate signatures, will be returned to the writer.
Congratulations to the following recipients of the 2013 Grant awards:
Adult Education, Harmony Learning Center – $485
Field Trip to Science Museum
Adult Education, Harmony Learning Center – $350
Harmony Learning Center Library
Harmony Learning Center K-12 – $4,200
Place of the Way
Weaver Elementary School – $1,601.03
Reader’s Theater for Knowledge and Fluency
Cowern Elementary – $1505.70
Building Strength, Skills, Sportsmanship and Cooperation