DCEF $300.00 Teacher Mini-Grants are designed to give teachers and students extra learning opportunities by providing extra materials or experiences related to the academic curriculum. Mini-Grant criteria require projects to be closely aligned with North Carolina’s Standard Course of Study.
Mini-Grants are awarded to teachers who propose innovative and educational projects with realistic goals, direct benefit to students and a reasonable budget.
Starting Fall of 2017, DCEF has changed the dates for awarding Teacher Mini-Grants.
DCEF Mini-Grants will only be awarded ONCE a school year: only in the Fall!
See schedule below:
Each year Mini-Grant applications will be due by: September 1
Each year Mini-Grants will be awarded by: October 1
Winners Evaluation Form returned to DCEF by: December 1
Click below for detailed information and application:
Mini-Grants applications are submitted, in WORD and via email, directly to: email@example.com
The Mini-Grant Committee of the Davidson County Education Foundation and the sponsor/family members makes all selections. Recipients and non-recipients receive personal letters by mail/email informing them of their grant status. Recipients are presented their checks by a member of the Mini-Grant Committee and DCEF Board Members.
Our Sincere Thanks to Our Mini-Grant Sponsors for the 2017-2018 school year:
- The Morgan Family (Oak Grove & North Davidson High)
- The Callicutt Family (Ledford area schools)
- The Hugh Shepherd Family-2 Mini Grants: (1=West Davidson area schools & 1=Entire County)
- Martha L. Thomas Family (Entire County)
- The James & Evelyn Harris Mini-Grant (Entire County)
To date, DCEF has administered 251 projects totaling $128,394.27.
HARRIS Family PRINCIPAL Mini-Grant for $500.00
Davidson County Education Foundation is honored to partner with the Jim and Evelyn Harris Family to establish a Mini-Grant to benefit all Principals of the Davidson County Public Schools. We encourage Principals to participate in conferences and seminars by making funds of $500.00 available. The goal of the Mini-Grant program is to improve the quality of personal development, which will benefit all students of the Davidson County Public School System.
All Principals in the Davidson County Public School System are encouraged to apply.
Any questions: call Cathi Smith (336) 240-6835.
More information and application form –> Principal Mini-Grant Application 2018
Assistant Principal Mini-Grants
DCEF Assistant Principal Mini-Grant for $300.00
Davidson County Education Foundation is honored to establish an Assistant Principal’s Mini-Grant to benefit all Assistant Principals of the Davidson County Public School System. We encourage Assistant Principals to participate in conferences and seminars by making funds of $300.00 available. The goal of the Mini-Grant program is to improve the quality of personal development, which will benefit all students of the Davidson County Public School System.
All Assistant Principals in the Davidson County Public School System are encouraged to apply.
More information and application form –> Assistant Principal Mini-Grant Application 2018