SCAVENGER HUNT FOR A CAUSE
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Imagine a world in which people of different abilities are celebrated for their unique contributions, have every opportunity to achieve their fullest potential and experience living in a welcoming community. It’s a world that requires creative approaches, changes in attitudes and an uncompromising commitment.
That's what drives the work of AWS Foundation.
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A $10,000 prize will go to the organization with the most votes. Nine others will receive $1,000 prizes!
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THINK DIFFERENTLY ABOUT DISABILITIES.
AWS Foundation COVID-19 Response
K-12 EDUCATION EMERGENCY GRANTS
Opens July 16
Grant goal: To nurture creativity in meeting the instructional needs of individuals with enduring disabilities (in a variety of environments) during non-traditional circumstances.
- 50% of grants awarded will be for up to $1,000
- 40% of grants awarded will be for up to $2,500
- 10% of grants awarded will be for up to $5,000
Consideration will be given to:
- School districts within the 11 NE Indiana counties served by AWS Foundation (Adams, Allen, DeKalb, Grant, Huntington, Kosciusko, Noble, Steuben, Wabash, Wells, and Whitley).
- Ideas with the greatest student impact aligned to identified initiatives
- Ideas that promote inclusive environments
- Requests that promote collaboration of community resources
- Requests that lend themselves to sustainable practices
Grants are NOT intended for:
- PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) as your primary purpose. We will consider minimal expense on PPE.
- Internal staff pay (excluding possible transportation related to grant activities)
**All activities/instruction need to be consistent with community health guidelines.
- Grants will be accepted during Semester I of the 2020-21 school year.
- Decisions will be made as applications are submitted with all dollars expended before the start of Semester II.
- Complete and submit K-12 Education Emergency Grant Request found on our Grant Portal.
- Must have a district representative signature (Principal, Superintendent, Special Education Director).
- Applications will be reviewed by AWSF Grants Team.
- Applications that do not include all required elements will be delayed for consideration.
- Award Announcements will be made (typically) within 2 weeks of submission.
- If awarded, a grant agreement will be sent to the applicant’s email address and must be signed and returned prior to the distribution of funds.
- A written grant report will be due 6 months following the grant award.
- Direct any questions to either Joni Schmalzried (email@example.com) or Jenny Snyder (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Virtual Lesson Resources
Use the database below to find virtual content that meets your classroom, homeschool, or service needs.
- You can use the filter button to sort by:
- education/activity type
- age/grade level, lesson availability (recorded or custom)
- lesson plan availability
- If you click on the arrow next to the name of the organization (hover on the name for the arrow to appear), you can get a pop-up to a full page of the information instead of viewing it on the grid.
If you have content that you feel should be on this list, please reach out to Andie Mosley at email@example.com.
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