Projects that will be considered:Direct learning experience projects for classes of all grade levels will be considered. Projects should stress innovative approaches to teaching subject content, as well as create hands-on opportunities for students. Practical learning outcomes and student assessments should be included in all project plans. All proposed projects must address the curriculum requirements and Standards of Learning (SOL) for all subjects. Teachers of non-core subjects (i.e. Fine Arts, CTE) must be able to demonstrate a connection with their project and a related SOL. See rubric below.
Application Process: This is a 2-part application process.
First part – Complete the application:1. Discuss your grant idea with your applicable building administrator to ensure that if you are awarded the grant, you will have the administration’s support to implement it. 2. Complete the on-line application. 3. The application will be e-mailed to you for ease of reading/review. It will include a link so that you can go back to edit it at any-time up until the deadline date as many times as you want. If you want to write part of the grant application and go back later to complete it, you need to at least enter a character in each field or it won’t take it. 4. You aren't finished yet. Once you are satisfied with your application, move onto the second part
Second part – Submit your application.1. Forward the Google Forms response email (which shows your responses) to HEF-Grants@hampton.k12.va.us by midnight of the deadline date.2. Your application will be sent to your building administrator for approval and then to our grant committee for review3. Committee will notify you with decision within 6 weeks of deadline
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