Grant & District Community Programs

Quarterly Newsletter - November 2019

Accessing funds and building relationships to create opportunity

The Office of Grants & District/Community Programs is not quite 2 months old but we are already busy setting up new processes for grants development and management, and building essential relationships, with the goal of increasing opportunities for staff and student growth and success. You can expect to hear from us at least 4 times a year with updates on grant projects and programs as well as information on new initiatives, and upcoming grant opportunities suitable for teachers and building staff (check these out below).

Who We are & what we do

The Office of Grants and District/Community Programs (GDCP) is a team of two...with a growing group of community partners and District and community advisors.

Holly Dickinson, Director

Kristin Woodcock, Secretary

We combine the grants and programs work of the former office of Research & Development with an intentional, focused approach to increasing quality parent and community involvement in our schools.

GDCP efforts include coordinating District and community resources, through beneficial partnerships, to identify and fill gaps in student services. We have a special interest in social, emotional, and behavioral health as well as overall wellness.

Upcoming Grant Opportunities!

Have a project you'd like to do with your class or group? Need additional funds to make it happen? Consider one of these grant opportunities...we are here to help you succeed!

Donor's Choose - quick, easy way to get items you need for your class or group (rolling)

Toyota 4GOOD - supports STEM education, if interested please contact our office (varies)

American Honda Foundation - supports STEM education and the environment (due 2/1/20)

Dollar General Literacy Foundation - literacy for youth (opens 2/27/20) & family (opens 1/3/20)

Northrup Grumman Foundation - donor match grant of up to $2,500 (open now to 10/31/20)

The Tower Foundation - students with intellectual or learning disabilities, and mental health programs (opens mid-November, first due date in typically mid-January)

Grigg Lewis Foundation - arts, local history, health & wellness, youth, education (LOI January)

ESSA Questions? Here's some quick facts!

Peachjar & Community Organizations

LCSD works with community organizations to make information about activities and enrichment opportunities available to families. We cooperate with approved community partners by posting eflyers online and distributing them electronically.

Grants and District / Community Programs

Pride in our Past...Faith in our Future

Holly Dickinson, Director