TIPS FOR A SUCCESSFUL APPLICATION

 
 

STATEMENT OF NEED

Describe the area of student achievement your proposal addresses and provide data that supports the need. Include how this project relates to the District/Campus Improvement Plan(s). Keep the statement of need simple and straightforward, but be passionate when describing the need.

 

OBJECTIVES

Limit the number of objectives. Objectives should be measurable and that plan should be clear to non-educators. Be specific. Avoid the use of acronyms that aren't common to non-educators.

 

DESCRIPTION OF PROPOSE

Describe the problem or issue addressed. List steps to be followed in project implementation. Relate project to need and objectives. Be specific and provide documentation - web pages, digital attachments, references.

 

EVALUATION

Relate your evaluation strategy to the stated objectives. • Indicate how you will measure whether the program/project was successful

 

ALTERNATIVES

If the grant objective can be partially accomplished with partial funding, state the funding level necessary for "Plan B" implementation. If the grant were not funded in full, the objective could not be accomplished, clearly state that on the application.

 

PARTNERS

Partnerships are highly valued. Are there others who will participate in this project? (PTO, Junior League, Chamber of Commerce, etc.) Describe the role of the partner(s) and the matching funds that they will provide.

 

EXAMPLES OF ELIGIBLE EXPENSES

Technology items (cameras, software, electronic items, microscopes, etc), Reusable items (long shelf-life items), Proprietary products and programming. 

 

EXAMPLES OF NON ELIGIBLE EXPENSES

T-shirts or athletic uniforms, Professional Development (including substitutes or training) and Food.