Educational Grants

Students Return to Remote Learning through Nov. 29

We strongly urge everyone to be diligent with wearing masks, washing hands regularly, using hand sanitizer, maintaining a minimum of six feet of distance from each other and avoiding gatherings. 

Contact tracing in schools across Montgomery County, including West Carrollton, shows that there are few cases of COVID-19 being spread within schools. Instead, the positive and presumed positive cases most generally originate from community spread including gatherings of family and/or friends outside of school. We must all continue to be diligent so that students and staff may safely return to school. Check out the CDC COVID-19 FACT SHEET for preventative information.

Educational Grants

Educational Grants

The West Carrollton Education Foundation has awarded more than $198,000 in grants since 1989. Recipients have included teachers, teaching teams, support staff, principals, and students.  Thousands of students have benefited from these grants.

A committee annually reviews applications for grants seeking projects that emphasize creativity and improved academic achievement. Examples of funded projects include special assemblies, a community garden, science kits, math manipulatives, microscopes, and much more.

Performing and Visual Arts Grants: The Foundation supports ongoing efforts to provide West Carrollton students exposure to a wide variety of performing and visual arts.

Global Awareness Grants: The Foundation offers an opportunity to promote cultural awareness, cross cultural dialogue, and other diversity programs to create a climate of academic success for all students.

Science and Technology Grants: The Foundation supports projects that promote an understanding of the issues related to science, technology, and society.


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