Innovation in Education Grant

Innovation in Education Grant for Educators:  The Greene ESC is again offering its Innovation in Education Grant for Educators.  The purpose of this grant is to:

  • fund projects that promote critical thinking and hands on learning. 

  • approach curriculum from an imaginative angle, or tie nontraditional concepts together for the purpose of illustrating commonalities. 

  • support innovative projects that enhance the interest level of education and are easily shared and replicated.

Eligibility: K-12 certified teachers employed and teaching subjects for a Greene County Public School District are eligible to apply for this grant.  This year we will be offering two mini-grants amounting to $1000.00 each.

The application deadline for the grant is September 30th,  of each new grant year and we anticipate naming the recipients and distributing the grants in early October.

For additional information:  please contact:

Tracey R. Smith
Director of School Improvement 
Greene ESC
(937) 767-1303 x 112 
Email:  
tsmith@GreeneESC.org          

Grant funds are obtained solely through Greene County ESC employee contributions and Innovation in Education Grant and Student Scholarship fund-raising activities. 

 

Current / Past Recipients of the Innovation in Education Grant are:

2010 - Holly Keadle, Warner Middle School - "Warner's Waterfall Ecosystems"

          Darcy Turner & Lisa Phillipp, Beavercreek Shaw Elementary - "Integrating Self-Regulating Skills within a Language               Arts Program"

2007 - Anita Mayes, Greeneview Primary School - "Cooking to Learn"

2006 - Luann McHarg, Xenia Community Schools, - "Project PUMP" (Producing and Understanding Maturing Plants)