The Kennett Education Foundation offers three types of grants:
Promising Practices Grants
These practices, when tied to the educational goals of the school district, are often key catalysts for improvement. Grants of $100 to $5,000 will be awarded to enable new programs in the classrooms or in extracurricular activities for the KCSD and may be awarded throughout the year. There is no deadline! Grants may be awarded for one, two, or three years(max. $5,000/year). Click here to learn more.
Proven Practices Grants *REVISED March 18, 2016
These are practices that have already demonstrated effectiveness. Proven Practices Grants of up to $4,000 will be awarded for expansion and/or sustainment of existing KCSD programs. They may be submitted, funded at any time. Click here to learn more.
(Students and Mentors Applying Resources Together)
The Kennett Education Foundation Education Grants Program for students is designed to aid students within the Kennett Consolidated School District to bring new ideas and resources into the District that will make a difference within the SCHOOL COMMUNITY. An intent of this program is to aid our youth in developing great ideas and leadership skills that can be used to benefit our school district.
Grants of up to $2,000 will be awarded to enable new programs or
practices in the classrooms, buildings or in extracurricular activities for the
Kennett Consolidated School District. They are awarded throughout the year.
There is no deadline. Click here to learn more.