Teacher Grants


Educators have great ideas to augment the core curriculum. They have the passion to embrace their vocation and are eager to take the extra steps to increase the value of education for their students.  Teacher Grants provide the means to bring these ideas to fruition. The Foundation looks for requests that are innovative, creative, and encourage collaboration. Your grant requests should also provide long-lasting benefits so they can enrich the learning experience year after year. 

Because of the SCV Education Foundation, schools are producing newspapers and literary magazines, science classes have hands-on equipment, computer programs are updated, music is part of the day, fine art is created, and gardens grow.

A drop-in grant writing assistance clinic will be held on Tuesday, December 4th from 3:30-5pm.  Stop by anytime and get assistance with your grant.  Our office is located at Newhall Elementary School on 11th Street, adjacent to the staff parking lot. 

General Information and Process


Narrative Guidelines

Sample Budget Sheet

Scoring Rubric


Congratulations to 2017/2018 Grant Recipients!

The projects and programs for which these awards were given will reach over 2,000 students year to year:

School Teacher(s) Materials
Arroyo Seco JHS Kelvin Flores One xylophone
Castaic Elementary Kristen McGaffee and Stephanie Beach 4 iPads
Castaic Elementary Lynda Ashley 6 Chromebooks and console
Castaic Middle School Lori Tompkins 2 digital microscopes
La Mesa JHS Michael McGreever 80 T-1 30XS Calculators
La Mesa JHS Aaron Kirkland 106 Perma Bound copies of Freek the Mighty
Live Oaks Elementary Kerry Summers Remo Drums
Old Orchard Elementary Stephanie Nelson 5 iPad touches, 1 iPad and Google viewers
Santa Clarita Elementary Amanda Howard 5 Chromebooks 
Sulphur Springs School District Stephanie Cruz 8 Lego Education WeDo 2.0 Kits
West Creek Elementary Valerie Hackney 4 Chromebooks
West Creek Elementary Brook Griffith, Jennifer Fleming, Anne Riggin, Tarra Messick, Nicole Hale, Jennifer Border Writing Slates and Wood Letter Pieces


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