Great Rewards for Great Ideas Program

Thank you for your interest in the Longview ISD Foundation's Great Rewards for Great Ideas.  The Grants and Scholarships Committee's goal is to fund innovative programs which stimulate thought and advance new approaches to teaching and enhance existing programs that promote student achievement or address needs, challenges and concerns unique to your campus.  To ensure anonymity during the selection process, the committee members will not have access to applicants' names. Please do not mention the name of school in title or body of the proposal.  To apply for this grant, your project may not be funded from another source.  Grants are limited to a maximum of $2,500.
 
Application Deadline for the 2017-2018 Academic Year is Monday, December 11, 2017.  Please apply online at www.lisdfoundation.org or forward the original grant application to Kay Ray, Longview ISD Foundation Executive Director, Education Support Center, 1301 E. Young Street.

School:
 
Subject/Grade:
 
Project Title:
 
Total Dollar Amount of Budget Requested:(Include shipping cost, etc.)
 
Names of Grant Applicant(s):
 
Email Address:
 
What materials will be needed to implement the project? (Include samples, pictures, specific descriptions, etc., which may help in the grant review process. Attach to grant application as necessary.) What, if any, additional materials, etc., will be required from the District to implement this project?
 
Provide a detailed explanation of your budget request. Include specific information about materials and equipment needed, sources, costs, transportation, honorariums, shipping and handling, etc. No general estimates will be accepted; the application will be rejected. Please list any other secured funding sources for this project.
 
Describe in detail the project/program and the need it addresses. DO NOT use the name of your campus in your description.
 
Why do you consider this project to be an innovative and/or creative approach to teaching?
 
List the major objectives of the project.
 
What teaching methods will you use to implement this project?
 
What evaluation method will you use to determine whether your objectives have been achieved and whether your project is successful? Please be specific.
 
Give a time schedule for implementation.
 
How many students will be affected by this project both directly and/or indirectly?
 
What grade level(s) will be affected by this project? What is the potential for expansion of this project to other grade levels and/or schools?
 
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