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Grants to Ellis County, Texas Teachers to Enhance Learning for Pre-K - 12 Students

Classroom Project Grants


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Funding Source
Red Oak ISD Education Foundation
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Geographic Focus
USA: Texas

Important Dates
Deadline: 02/18/16 4:30 PM Save

Grant Description
Grants of up to $2,000 to Ellis County, Texas public school educators to develop innovative instructional programs that will advance new approaches to teaching in all curriculum areas for students in grades Pre-K through 12. Funding is intended to support individual classroom projects that impact a relatively small number of students in the Red Oak Independent School District.

Grant projects should:
- Directly involve students and their achievement.
- Impact as many students as possible.
- Have defined objectives.
- Detail instructional procedures.
- Include evaluation procedures that measure program/project outcomes.
- Be logical, clear, and concise.


  • Others (see text field entitled "Additional Eligibility Criteria" for clarification)

Additional Eligibility Criteria
Eligible Applicants:
Applicants must be individuals employed by Red Oak ISD who are directly involved in the instruction of students.

Grant funds may not replace normal funding from tax-based sources. Requesting alternate funding for an existing project or program is inappropriate.

Because the Foundation’s funding focus is on innovation, it is unlikely that a grant will be awarded to fund the continuation of existing projects or to fund projects that are very similar to previously awarded grants. Applicants must make every effort to verify that proposed grants are new and innovative to the district.

Covered items include:
- Equipment, materials, field trips, technology, or outside experts/consultants if part of a well-planned project and is directly related to student learning.
- Equipment and/or materials for parent/family home use that include a parental agreement and a final evaluation that accounts for the materials and/or equipment.
- Proposals that incorporate additional funds and/or community resources.


Excluded items include:
- Equipment and/or materials typically acquired through district, state, or federal funding
- Equipment and/or materials that are not requested as part of a well-planned project or program
- “Incentive” field trips
- Salaries (including stipends and substitute teacher pay)
- Staff development (registration, fees, lodging, travel, meals)
- Honorariums
- Requests that exceed the stated dollar limit

Additional Geographic Information:

Communities of Pecan Hill and Red Oak, along with portions of Glenn Heights, Oak Leaf, Ovilla, and Waxahachie in Ellis County.

Pre-Application Information
Applications must be received in the ROISD Foundation Office (address below) or by email to no later than Tuesday, February 18th, 2016 at 4:30pm.

Mailing Instructions:

Please turn in only one hard copy, paper clipped, no staples, no folders to:
Red Oak ISD Education Foundation
ACORN Building – 101 Live Oak
Red Oak, Texas 75154

Number of Grants
The number of grants awarded depends on the number of qualified applications received and funds available from the Foundation.

Estimated Size of Grant
Up to $2,000.

Term of Contract
Projects must be designed to begin during the current/following school year and funds must be expended by the last day of the calendar year in which the proposal was funded.

Unexpended funds will return to the Foundation.

Contact Information
Karen Anderson, Executive Director
Phone: (972) 617-4320
Fax: 972-617-4321

Red Oak ISD Education Foundation
P.O. Box 9000
Red Oak, TX 75154

RFP & Supporting Documents
Full Grant Text RFP

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