A limited amount of Olympia Education Foundation grant funding is available this school year for Olympia School District staff who work directly with students. Applications are due by 5 p.m. on Friday, February 17.
These grants, available via a simple application, are enhancing student learning, addressing opportunity gaps and funding opportunities that the district and individual schools cannot, including:
- library and classroom books
- musical instruments that are used in K-5 schools by all students
- intervention tools for students who need assistance catching up as a result of the pandemic
- art projects
- school gardens
- sensory tools to center students so they can engage in learning
Last month the Olympia Education Foundation Board of Trustees approved $38,400 in Teaching & Learning, SEL/Mental Health and Browsers Books grants. This is in addition to the nearly $70,000 in grants approved in October.
You can find a list of grants awarded during the 2021-22 school year here. And you can learn more about how these grants are transforming students’ lives by watching this video.
Questions? Contact Olympia Education Foundation Executive Director Katy Johansson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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