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Grants for Teachers & Counselors

Irvine Public Schools Foundation is excited to announce the 2014-2015 Innovative Grants Programs. Click here  for an introductory letter from IPSF CEO Neda Eaton. 

For more information about the review process, click here. 


An optional grant writing workshop will be held on January 21, 2015 at 3:30 PM in the IPSF office. Please RSVP to Jennifer Dotson

MEGA-INNOVATIVE TEACHING AWARD PROGRAM

Description

Irvine Public Schools Foundation is pleased to offer teachers and staff in the Irvine Unified School District the opportunity to apply for funds through the Mega - Innovative Teaching Award Program (M-ITAP). The purpose of this program is to support innovative teaching in the classroom by awarding monetary grants to enhance the curriculum and improve the educational experience of the students. 

For more information and to apply, click here.

INNOVATIVE TEACHING AWARD PROGRAM (ITAP)

Description

IUSD teachers from each school may apply annually to IPSF to receive funding for innovative teaching approaches and materials which bring deeper meaning to curriculum and improve the educational experiences of students.

Over $790,000 has been awarded to more than 800 teachers and benefited over 200,000 students since this program began. Funding ranges from $100 to $3,500 for projects that support instruction in schools across the district.

For more information and to apply, click here.
 
 

***EXAMPLES OF PREVIOUSLY FUNDED ITAP GRANTS***

Sample #1    Sample #2

Past Recipients
 

CLICK HERE for a list of 2014 grant recipients
CLICK HERE
for a list of 2013 grant recipients
CLICK HERE
for a list of 2012 grant recipients

CLICK HERE
for a list of 2011 grant recipients

Contact Person

Cheryl Braun 

INNOVATIVE COUNSELING AWARD PROGRAM (ICAP)

Description

The Irvine Public Schools Foundation promotes and recognizes innovative counseling projects within the Irvine Unified School District (IUSD) through the Innovative Counseling Award Program, or ICAP. The purpose of ICAP is to help fund innovative approaches to counseling activities that improve the educational experiences of middle and high school students.

Counselors are offered the opportunity every year to apply for an ICAP grant. Awards are determined through a competitive grant review process.

For more information and to apply, click here
 
 
Past Recipients

2014 ICAP Award recipients: Jeffery Trail Middle School for "J.E.T. Setters and "south Lake Middle School for "Girls on Track"

2013 ICAP Award recipients:  South Lake Middle School for "Kindness Campaign" and Woodbridge High School for "Warriors of Worth"

2011 ICAP Award recipients: Michelle Trapp and Erin Garcia, Venado Middle School, for "Challenge Day" - School Wide Counseling and Leadership Training Program

2010 ICAP Award recipients: Diana Atkins and Natalie Hamilton, Northwood High School, for "Making the Grades" - support for peer tutors and supplies for an on-site tutorial center.

Contact Person

Cheryl Braun 

 

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