We now have a streamlined grant application process! Our online application is easier and faster than ever. Grant applications are graded against a published rubric and the top scores are awarded. In 2016, 77 grants were funded around the district.
Note: Grant application period will begin July 1st and the submission deadline is September 10th.
The best educational opportunities do not always happen in the classroom. It is important for students to get out in the world and have educational experiences that are hands on and fun while making memories that will last a lifetime.
Innovative teaching is important, but it can be expensive. The MPSF Material grant is designed for classroom enrichment. Teachers can apply for new teaching materials that may not be available to purchase under the fiscal budget of their school.
The MPSF Program grant is for special programs that teachers or groups of teachers would like to bring into their classroom or school. Guest Speakers, subscriptions, student workshops, or projects that require sustainability are all programs that will be considered under this funding format.
Meg's Miracles was created following the May 20, 2013 tornado. Megan Billingsley Futrell and her infant son Case Michael Futrell passed away that day, but their legacy lives on through these unique, specialized grants. To learn more about the early childhood and special education grants available through Meg's Miracles, click through.