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Mini Grants 2010

Marion Education Foundation
AwardsMini Grants to:

Back Row:
Debbie Krueger, Kathy Smith,
Lisa Yell, Buddy Albro. 

Front Row:
Lana Zunker, Julieann Lopez-Sala, Dianne Cooper, Joanne Chambers, Genevieve Moore, Kelly Kilpatrick and Kathy Pemberton. Not pictured Krista Schulze

 

Educator Mini Grants

The Marion Education Foundation utilizes a majority of its funding to provide classroom grants and scholarship opportunities for deserving students. Honor awards are given to students and leaders who have excelled beyond the expected abilities.

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Grants
Mini Grants - established to support innovative teaching projects within our school district.  Six basic grants are awarded annually by the foundation, three grants each fall and spring semester. The grants are used for innovative teaching ideas, projects to enhance students' academic experiences, expansion of existing educational programs, participation in leadership and extracurricular activities, or assistance in the promotion of student research or beautification projects for the district.

Mini Grant Awards
The Educator Mini Grant program was established to support innovative teaching projects within our school
district. All Marion ISD employees are eligible to apply for grants of up to $100. Grants that Exceed $100 will
be evaluated by the grant committee for special funding if resources are available or if alternate funds can be
found.


Marion Education Foundation’s Education Mini Grants are competitive grants awarded to employees of
Marion ISD to fund:

  • Innovative teaching ideas
  • Projects to enhance student academic experiences
  • Expansion of existing educational programs
  • Participation in leadership and extracurricular activities
  • Assistance in the promotion of student research or beautification projects for the district