Educational Grants

SCHOOL FACILITIES AND OFFICES CLOSED THROUGH APRIL 5.

 

In light of the announcement from Governor Mike DeWine, all West Carrollton school facilities will be closed to the public through at least Sunday, April 5. This means that paper copies of homework will no longer be available for pick up or drop off. Homework will continue to be available using the Clever link on the district’s home page. At this time, Grab and Go Meals will still be provided through this Friday. CLICK HERE for the locations.


We realize this is a difficult situation for students and families. Governor DeWine stated, “we have to do this if we want to slow this down.” Continue to follow our DISTRICT NEWS for updates as they occur.


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.


Please click below to view grants awarded:
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