Teacher Grants

21st Century Education Grants

Applications for the 2021-22 Grant Cycle will be open from November 16, 2020 – January 31, 2021

Fuel Student Achievement with a Success Foundation Grant

The Success Foundation funds grants for innovative projects that fuel student achievement. From online curriculum to creation of projects with circuits to young authors, the teacher grant program allows teachers to stretch their students’ capabilities and dreams. Students are working with 21st Century tools that are developing college/career readiness.

Funding for grants comes primarily from the Thrive on 5 employee giving campaign from District 6 teachers and staff, initiated in 2012. At this time, grants can be written and are awarded for up to $2,500 per grant.

Congratulations to the 2020-21 Winners!

Elementary Schools

Eva Serrano, Dos Rios – Walls of Learning in the Makerspace
Bridget Yohon, Monfort – Makerspace Expansion

Middle Schools

Elizabeth Emmett, Brentwood – Student Technology Support
Vanessa Neri, Brentwood – Superior String Instruments
Nancy Urban, Brentwood – Function Learning through Gardening
Mike Pearson, Heath – Community Outreach Design Build Program

K-8 Schools

Mallory Mattivi, Bella Romero 4-8 – Virtual Learning in the Classroom
Terry Highfield, McAuliffe – STEM Lab To-Go Cart
Alethea Stadler, Salida del Sol – 3D Shapes

High Schools

Jordan Miller, Greeley Central – Mini-Projectors for AVID Tutorials
Peggy Freemole, Greeley West – Projectors for the Theatre
Alisa Humphrey, Greeley West – Person Project Support for IB Students
Machin Norris, Northridge – Sphero and Ozobot Integration
Brenda Rangel, Northridge – STEM Senior Capstone Projects
Dr. Yahaira Fuentes-Tauber, Northridge – Empowering Students with 3D Technology

District-Wide

Juan Meza, Family Center – College for Kids Scholarship Program

For exciting stories about what teachers are doing with our grants, visit our blog!

115 Grants

have been awarded since 2010

234,099 Dollars

are supporting innovative learning and arts programs

28 Schools

are being supported through our grant program