The grant for which you will be applying is limited to our mission to provide Professional Learning for D51 teachers in association with the D51 Learning Model.
These grants are funded by generous contributions from individuals and businesses throughout Mesa County. To qualify for these Professional Learning Grants, the applicant must meet the criteria listed in the section below. Submitting an application indicates that you agree to all criteria.
Funds are limited, and granted twice per year. Applications received from October - February 15 will be in consideration for Spring Semester Funds which will be paid out no later than August 31. Applications received between April and August 31 will be in consideration for Fall Semester Funds which will be paid out no later than December 31. Accounting, assessments of program success, and post-training briefing must be submitted to D51 Foundation within 12 months of the date of award.
We will be sending you a confirmation email that your request has been submitted. Be sure to check your email and junk email folder. This email will include a link which will allow you to add to and edit your responses. Email questions to firstname.lastname@example.org
The rubric we use as a guide when reviewing submissions can be found at the end of this application. You may wish to refer to it as you complete your application.
If granted these funds, I will provide a briefing of outcomes to the D51 Foundation from myself and the Teachers and/or students impacted by this funding, within 6 weeks of being awarded funding. [Briefing may be in person, video recorded, or written]
I will submit all receipts for payments made using this funding if requested.
Grants will not be approved to pay for tuition for a college degree.
These grants are non-transferable to any other school or teacher and are for the exclusive use of the project or need described in this application.