2022 Civic Advocacy Network:  Application
This is the application for the Kansas State Department of Education's Civic Advocacy Network Awards Program. This is a school-level application and the winners of this award will determine the system-level STAR Recognition award for Civic Engagement.

This application is due June 30, 2022. For questions, reach out to Jessica Dorsey at jdorsey@ksde.org or 785-296-3163.

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It is recommended that you print a copy of this application and then craft your responses so that they can be copied and pasted into the appropriate text boxes.

It is also recommended that you describe your evidence fully, with a few paragraphs and keep in mind that grant reviewers may not be familiar with education acronyms and curriculum/programs.

Describe two pieces of evidence that exemplify each proven practice. A list of possible pieces of evidence is included in the Civic Advocacy Network Plan. Please note that the list is not exhaustive and other pieces of evidence not listed may help to demonstrate how the proven practice has been or is being implemented in your school. The programs that are best and most widely implemented will be rewarded. Evidence described should be from the 2021-2022 school year.

     A. A first piece of school-level evidence: Describe evidence of school or classroom wide practices, initiatives, programs and/or events that support the given proven practice. Examples – List of courses; assessments; service-learning projects; extracurricular activities offerings; school wide service day projects, school wide fund raisers, school government, elections, competitions, and awards.

    B.        A second piece of school-level evidence: Describe evidence of school or classroom wide practices, initiatives, programs and/or events that support the given proven practice. Examples – List of courses; assessments; service-learning projects; extracurricular activities offerings; school wide service day projects, school wide fund raisers, school government, elections, competitions, and awards.

    C. Student-level evidence: How do you know it is working at your school? This is a success narrative. Tell your story. What leads you to believe that your efforts in this area are successful?  Please redact personally identifiable information, such as  name, grade, precise location, or teacher.

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