McDonald PTA Grant Application
Teachers and staff are offered an opportunity to apply for grants that enhance or extend the student experience. Money can be used for equipment, materials, guest speakers, field trips, etc. No idea is too small or large. Teachers’ ideas should align with the goals articulated in the CSIP ( https://mcdonaldes.seattleschools.org/cms/One.aspx?portalId=2879&pageId=44314736). Priority will be given to grants whose impact will be felt by as many students as possible. Collaboration between teachers, both in the same grade and across grades and languages, is highly encouraged. Grant requests will be vetted and approved by a committee made up of the BLT Parent Representative(s), and additional parent representatives from the Spanish and Japanese tracks.

Once your application has been submitted, you will be contacted by a PTA grant committee representative regarding next steps. For additional information please see the full PTA grant documentation on the PTA website (https://mcdonaldpta.org/pta-grants).
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Please provide a brief description and/or rationale for the grant that can be shared with the parent community as an example of how fundraising impacts the student body. *
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Teacher Name(s)
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Amount Requested:
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Describe the project or activity for which you are requesting funds. Include materials/programs/activities/individuals and organizations involved.
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What is the benefit to the students or the community? Please include the number of students or staff impacted by the request, the grade level(s) affected, and the potential life span of the project.
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What is special about this project that has captured your interest?
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What is the cost? Please provide actual costs/estimates.
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Are other funding sources available for this project, or is there potential for co-funding from another source? If so please describe.
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When would you spend the funds and implement the effort?
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