supporting educational excellence | promoting innovation in teaching
Make allowances for a "Plan B." If a compromise would get you partial funding, spell it out.
Seek opportunities to collaborate with other teachers and community partners.
Avoid seeking funds for non-eligible expenses, such as t-shirts, athletic uniforms, professional development, food, or furniture.
Be innovative and be creative in your approach & don't be afraid to ask for technology items or reusable items.
Be clear about how you will ultimately determine whether your project was a success.
Briefly describe your ideas and goals for the grant.
Limit the number of objectives related to your project.
Relate your project to the District or Campus Improvement Plan.
Succinctly and clearly identify the area of student achievement your proposal addresses.