Grants For Schools

Congratulations to the 2019-2020 Grant winners!

Amazing Ideas Become Reality

Grants in the amount of up to $3,000 are awarded to teachers and schools for extraordinary or innovative activities and programs that strengthen the teaching and learning process, stimulate creativity or facilitate implementation of school-based projects.

Grants For Schools award winners receive their checks at the RUSD School Board meeting in November for projects to be carried out within the current school year.

2019-2020 Grants For Schools Recipients

The REP Foundation awarded $40,000 in grants at the RUSD School Board Meeting on November 12, 2019. RUSD teachers apply annually for grants to enrich their instruction in areas such as the arts, science, music, technology, physical education and language. The grant money is raised annually through REP’s fundraising efforts.

Emily Apmadoc

Arroyo Verde, Kingsbury, Highland Grove

$1,750 – Making Music More Fun

Julie Battler

Arroyo Verde

$3,000 – Ceramics

James Bennati & Brandon Hansen

RHS

$2,500 – Marching Band

Mike Detrow

Beattie

$3,000 – Out of the Darkness

Emily Engle

Beattie

$3,000 – Beyond Four Walls

Robert Foster

Beattie

$3,000 – Expanding Our Robotic Universe

Lara Hannon

Arroyo Verde

$1,483.60 – Reading Alive

Angel Jones

McKinley

$2,000 – Community Garden

Kevin Maloney

Victoria

$3,000 – Bringing the Revolution to Life

Elena Mejico-Dixon

Crafting, Franklin, Mariposa

$2,600 – Music Enrichment

Emily Merchant & Cathy Amparan

Mission

$2,202.85 – Prowise All-In-One Board

Doug Porter

REV

$3,000 – Statistically Proven Successful Technology

Kyra Roghair

Cope

$2,840.50 – World of Art in the Classroom

Ruth Thompson

Smiley

$3,000 – STEAM Playground

Robert Winokur

Bryn Mawr, Smiley, McKinley, Victoria

$3,000 – Multicultural Music in our Schools

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