Do you have an innovative program idea?

We get it. Being a teacher takes patience, dedication and sometimes a lot of out-of-pocket money to make a great idea come to life. The SCUCISD Education Foundation wants to lend a hand in the money department but we need you to tell us how we can help. If you have a great idea for an innovative program or project but need some financial assistance to make it come to life, then you are in the right place! We like to give away up to $1,000 to individuals and up to $5,000 to campus teams that have a group program they want to implement. Check out the application. We promise it's not too hard and reward is well worth it!

 

 
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Step 1 - Are you eligible?

If you are an individual or teams of individuals employed by SCUCISD who are involved in the instruction of students or related support services benefiting students, go for it! 

 
 

Step 2 - Download, complete and turn in the application

All applications are due by October 14, 2016. Eligible proposals contain projects that are designed to begin during the 2016 - 2017 school year. Grants may fund instructional and classroom materials, parent involvement programs, or any activity or material which supports higher levels of student academic achievement.

 

2015-2016 Grant Recipients or Grant Success Stories

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Jane Black

4th Grade
Watts Elementary

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Suzy Cue

English
Clemens High School

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Johnny Apple

History
Dobie Junior High

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Liz Smith

Biology
Steele High School

 

Jane Sue

4th Grade
Ellison Elementary

Jane Sue

4th Grade
Ellison Elementary

Jane Sue

4th Grade
Ellison Elementary

Jane Sue

4th Grade
Ellison Elementary