Our district and non-profit partners had a great summer earning wins on a variety of grants that totaled nearly $10 Million ($9,999,114 to be exact)!
Here is a quick rundown of grant winners from this summer. Congratulations to all! Thank you for allowing EnvisionEdPlus to support your mission to ensure #allkidsthrive.
Striving Readers Grants
- Mahoning County ESC – 17 district consortium ($1.2 million over two years)
- Trumbull County ESC – 5 district consortium ($1.2 million over two years)
- Perry Local (Lake County) – 3 district consortium ($500,014 over two years)
Community Connectors Grants
- Par Excellence Learning Center – serving Par Excellence Academy ($150,000)
- Hardin County Chamber and Business Alliance – serving Kenton City Schools ($150,000)
- Campbell Memorial Alumni Association – serving Campbell City Schools ($150,000)
21st Century Community Learning Center Grants
- Campbell City Schools – grades 4-7 ($800,000 over five years)
- Perry Local (Lake County) – 3 grants serving students K-12 ($2.4 million over five years)
- United Way of Youngstown and the Mahoning Valley – 2 grants serving elementary students in Youngstown City and Liberty Local Schools ($1.6 million over five years)
Expanding Opportunities for Each Child – Round 1
- Warren City Schools – partnership with Mahoning Co ESC to support and expand efforts of the Mahoning Valley Business Advisory Council ($450,000 over two years)
Dayton Public Schools
- Multiple EPA Bus grants totalling $400,000
Learn to Earn Dayton
- Multiple grants totalling $606,100
Mahoning County Career & Technical Center
- Multiple grants totalling $393,000
Inventionland Small and Rural Schools Grants
- Felicity Franklin Local Schools
- Par Excellence Academy
- Campbell City Schools
- iSTEM Geauga Early College High School
- several of these grants will have new rounds this year. Give us a shout if you need info.
- EEP provides a FREE grant search tool on our website. Check it out!
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