COMPELLING INNOVATIVE CASE
Grants provide up to $1,000 to educators, both certificated and classified, for new ongoing projects that have no other available funding source. Educators must make a compelling, innovative case about how their proposed project will advance student learning in the classroom, support students’ attainment of their educational goals, and integrate into existing or future curriculum, instructional methodology, or educational programs.
AREAS OF FOCUS
Grant categories identified are: Math/ Engineering, Reading/Writing, Technology/Science, Arts/Visual Performing/Media, Parent Outreach, Field Trips. Teachers of special subjects like physical education are also eligible to apply.
FINAL GRANT REPORT
Recipients of 2018-2019 Spark Innovation for Learning Grant are asked to provide a one-page summary describing how they used the funds and what the grant has accomplished. This, along with a classroom video, is due on or before June 1, 2019, 5 PM. Video details will be on SAPSF website.
Applications must be submitted on-line before October 15, 2018.
- Equipment purchases remain the property of the Santa Ana Unified School District, with designated usage by the awardee while the awardee is serving the designated student population identified in the grant application, for work related to the grantee’s employment in the school district.
- Where applicable, funds will be distributed directly to SAUSD for the expenditures related to the special event or activity, or for the particular item(s) to be purchased by the District and reimbursed by the Foundation.
- A final report must be submitted including documentation of the activity, outcomes and photos, within 60 days of completion.
- Grant recipients must wait a complete academic year before re-submitting another grant proposal.