Policies and Procedures
- Grant applicant must be an employee of the Higley Unified School District
- The proposal must align to HUSD’s curriculum and educational philosophy as well as all Governing Board policies.
- The proposed project must be directly related to student learning. There will be no funding for prizes or substitute teachers.
- Each application may request a maximum of $300.
- Grant applications must include a signature page. This page must be printed, appropriate signatures gathered, then uploaded with the application. It must be signed by yourself, a co-applicant if applicable and the supervising administrator.
*If software or other technological equipment is part of the requested grant, applicant must also have the Director of Technology at HUSD approve and sign the signature page.
- All materials purchased with grant money become the property of HUSD
- Each applicant must submit the application online by the published deadline.
- The submitted grant application should not be more than 8 pages long. It should include:
- Fillable online application: including a budget, and written grant proposal. The written proposal has a maximum of 1000 words.
- Signature page
- Up to 3 supporting documents (e.g. photos, sample work, letters of support).
- The Foundation will contact all applicants and communicate whether or not the grant application was funded.
After an Award
- A Summary and Evaluation form will be given to a successful candidate, and is due 30 days after the award.
- All publicity and advertising must acknowledge the Higley Achievement Foundation.
- Online application including a budget and written proposal (1000 word maximum).
- Signature page with all necessary signatures (Download)
- Up to three supporting documents of additional material
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