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Since its inception in 1991, the Grandview Heights/Marble Cliff Education Foundation has strived to build an endowment to fund school and community projects. The Endowment is focused on awarding grants for programs that:
- expand educational opportunities
- promote school, family, business and community partnerships
- encourage life-long learning
RECENT GRANTS AWARDED
College Scholarships – $35,000
College scholarships to the class of 2020.
Back to School Supplies – $54,000
Provides back to school supplies for every Grandview student k-12
Establishment of GHHS student National United Nations Model – $6,545
Enables students to represent a country and research, present, debate and collaberate on behalf of that country at state and national gatherings.
GH Library Summer Reading Program – $3,200
Partnership with the Grandview Heights Public Library to help with marketing and incentives for middle age readers participating in the summer reading program.
Stem-U Bins – $2,447.49
STEM bins for student checkout. Each bin built around a STEM theme with books, toys, manipulatives and task ideas to go with that theme.
Sensory Path – $1,158
Student designed sensory installations to foster movement, motor skills and sensory brain connections in hallway transition areas.
Edison 4/5 ELA Book Expansion – $3,000
Expansion of grade level book library to include Global Read-Aloud books for all students and expanded genres for every reading level.
Kids That Compost – $4,000
KTC partnership with the schools to provide composting receptacles, waste pick up and educational classes for staff and students on how to properly dispose of food waste. A food waste audit will be done throughout the year to analyze how much waste the school has and what amount is/can be composted.
To see all grants awarded, click here.
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