The Pike Township Educational Foundation supports several district-wide programs through “super grants.” These are generally large-scale projects, often initiated by the school district. Some of the past programs that we have helped to support include:
- $5,000 for publishing a book for the Young Men of Purpose program.
- $30,000 for the Lemonade For All book and author visit for the elementary schools.
- Nearly $8,000 for D.R.U.M.
- $10,000 for the Scholastic Keys program and training
- $6,380 for the Pacers Academy High School Science Mini Lab.
- $10,000 start-up funds for the C.L.A.S.S. Classroom Management Program to be implemented in all Pike Schools.
- $30,000 to assist district with purchase of ELLIS Software for all Pike Schools.
- $10,250 to fund the NWEA Achievement Level Testing pilot program.
The application process and requirements for super grants differs from our other grants. If you have an idea for a super grant or want more information about super grants, please contact the PTEF.
If you have an idea for a “big idea” that will help improve the educational experience for a large number of students we want to hear about it, even if you don’t want to implement the idea yourself!