Ventura County Office of Education (VCOE) and Ventura County Star
03/02/18 4:00 PM
Grants of $500 to Ventura County, California K-12 teachers and educators and grants of $750 to teams of educators to support innovative educational projects. The deadline to register is February 23. This program emphasizes student learning, creativity, and seeks to reward educators who think outside ether box. Further, the program attracts public attention to the positive aspects of the county’s educational system.
The purpose of IMPACT II is to spread excellent teaching ideas throughout the county. Recognizing innovative teachers at an awards dinner provides an opportunity to celebrate the true heroes and heroines in local communities. Over the years Ventura County IMPACT II has matured into the program envisioned at its inception. Business leaders, teachers, and administrators are becoming aware of the program and are participating in unprecedented numbers.
The Ventura County IMPACT II program is a partnership between the Ventura County Office of Education, the Ventura County Star and several local organizations. IMPACT II is cost effective. The County Education Office funds the day-to-day operation of IMPACT II, so contributions go directly to teachers and classrooms for student projects. IMPACT II puts cutting edge classroom projects into the mainstream, turning students on to learning. IMPACT II enables excellent teaching ideas to reach all teachers in the county, and raises community awareness of exemplary classroom practices. IMPACT II boosts teacher morale by recognizing innovative teaching as well as enhancing teacher professionalism through local/national training and teacher presentations.
-Grant Money available from the Amgen Foundation for Science and Mathematics education related applications.
-Grant Money is available from the Sage Publications Inc. for applications in Language Arts and Reading.
-Grant Money is available for the Superintendent’s award.
-Grant Money is available for the Ed Lyon Award for the highest overall score.
The curriculum unit must:
a. Be innovative. This program encourages units that integrate conventional and technological instruction.
b. Fit into the regular curriculum.
c. Have significant instructional value.
d. Have a positive effect on student attitude and behavior.
e. Have been classroom tested and taught by you in recent years.
f. Be easily adaptable and useable by other teachers.
g. Be more than a single lesson.
GrantWatch ID#: 149784
Individual Grants awarded are $500 Each.
Team Grants awarded are $750 per Team.
$500 in Grant Money is available for the Superintendent’s award.
$500 in Grant Money is available for the Ed Lyon Award for the highest overall score.
Credentialed educators from all school districts, charter schools, and private schools countywide may submit an application if they teach K-12 (any subject or specialization) or provide teacher support at school sites and have a valid teaching credential.
Educators may submit as many grant applications as they wish. A person can receive one grant as an individual and one in partnership with another teacher or teachers.
While applicants may submit as many applications as they wish, applicants are eligible to receive only 1 grant in the Individual Category and 1 grant in the Team Category.
Complete the online registration by Friday, February 23rd, no later than 4:00 PM.
After completing the online registration, email your narrative and supporting documents no later than 4:00 PM, Friday, March 2nd.
The IMPACT II Awards Dinner will be held May 9.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
USA: California: Ventura County