What does IMPACT look like?

Our supporters have provided over $150,000 in Impact Grants to teachers in grades K-12!

Continued financial support allows our teachers to think BIG and exceptional teachers are always looking for new ways to engage their students in learning. Our donors give our teachers this opportunity by funding teacher impact grants

During the 2018-19 school year, nine different projects impacting students from kindergarten through high school in subject areas ranging from physical education to science, music and technology were awarded grants.

Microscopes for Science Classes – 5th grade team
Number of students impacted annually – 100
New microscopes purchased

High School Band Equipment – Tim Hess, Director of Bands
Number of students impacted annually – 8*
*The entire band is impacted due to improved sound
Two new euphoniums were purchased

Hokki Seats – 6th grade team
Number of students impacted annually – 90
New student “movement” seats purchased

Elementary Physical Education – Jake LeClair
Number of students impacted annually – 500+
Purchased Mr. Muscle Puzzles

Learning Through Play – Kindergarten team
Number of students impacted annually – 100
Purchased Magna-Tiles and MagFormers for each classroom

Junior High School Music – Jeremy Loui
Number of students impacted annually – 80
Updated several pieces of percussion equipment

Elementary Music – Emily Weber
Number of students impacted annually – 300
Ukulele were purchased

Technology – The PBL Education provided $45,000 to The District to use for their 1:1 Tech
Initiative.

The 2019 – 2020 Grant Application Form will begin accepting submissions September 1, 2019.

Additional information can be found here.

GRANT APPLICATION FORM