Curriculum Enrichment Grants - $250 to $5,000
CE grants are designed to support educational projects that immerse students in engaging instructional content. Educators in all subject areas are encouraged to apply. Our partnership with IU Center for the Study of Global Change will continue to support the Hutton Global grants with an emphasis on enrichment of global content and diverse cultures in classroom curriculum. The Greta Simon-Mumper endowment supports funding for educators working with mild to moderate special needs students/classrooms.
CE projects may include a single classroom, multiple classrooms, grade levels, PLCs, schools, or district level programs.
Expenses eligible for funding through this grant program include but are not limited to:
- Education materials and resources related to the project
- Technology and software as approved by MCCSC Information Services
- Authors, speakers, and experts to support instructional content. We will follow MCCSC's policy in this area during the school year. Virtual options may be considered.
- Support for professional development related to student improvement; we encourage collaboration by PLCs, schools, and grade levels to maximize impact. This is limited and must be approved by MCCSC Administration.
- Field trips specifically related to course curriculum. We will follow MCCSC's policy of field trips during the school year.
- If your grant is specific to Science and Environmental curriculum please reference the SE grant tab.
Funding will not be awarded for:
- Consumable and disposable items such as prizes, awards, t-shirts, and food.
- Salary, transportation, food, and lodging for MCCSC personnel may not be requested.
- Sponsorship of school fundraising events.
- Extracurricular activities specific to travel and registration for competitions and conventions.
- Professional development during the school year is limited and must be approved by MCCSC Administration.
Application Period: July 22 – October 10, 2021 (program closed)