Innovative Campus and District Grants

This AEF grant application period opens Friday, January 10 with a deadline of Monday, April 13.

Aldine Education Foundation has two open grant programs to encourage and facilitate unique and creative instructional approaches to accomplish Aldine ISD strategic priorities or goals identified on Campus Improvement Plans. All proposals should be designed to meet academic and instructional needs of students and demonstrate the potential for improved student outcomes.

To learn more about the aims of the two grant programs and who is eligible to apply, please review the following documents fully.

To begin your application, click here.

The AEF application deadline is Monday, April 13But PLEASE NOTE:  all applicants must meet two earlier Aldine ISD deadlines BEFORE applying. Read all District requirements at their Federal, State, and Special Programs website. Your Permission to Apply form is due Monday, March 16 AND your Grant Summary Form is due Monday, March 30 to FSSP.

All applications must be submitted through our online grant application system. Projects should be designed and implemented by a team, with one person acting as the lead applicant who registers in the system and enters all application information.

All applicants are required to attend a grants workshop. Please register through ePortal or contact FSSP for more details. Workshop dates are:

  • January 29, 2:00 pm
  • February 13, 9:00 am

If you need assistance or more information, please contact Aldine Education Foundation at 281-985-6078.

To begin your application, click here.

 

 

Innovative Teaching Grants

This AEF grant application period is closed, but stay tuned for our next opportunity…

Innovative Teaching Grants are designed to encourage, facilitate, recognize, and reward innovative and creative instructional approaches to strengthen student learning and improve academic performance.

Aldine Education Foundation offers Aldine ISD teachers and administrators the opportunity to apply for grants to support unique programs or projects that encourage higher levels of student learning. Funded projects must enhance student performance and support the mission, goals, and objectives of the campus and the school district.

Grant awards are intended to be used as seed money to fund new programs and projects rather than continuing previously funded projects. Grant requests should not be for programs or materials that are typically funded through traditional school budgets.

The 2019 application period for Spring 2020 projects is now closed with a deadline of Friday, September 27, 2019. Please note:  Aldine ISD has two earlier deadlines that must be met for every grant application. Be sure to review the Guidelines document below for further details as well as Aldine ISD’s requirements on their Federal, State, and Special Programs webpage.

Learn more about previous AEF grant awards here; but as your proposal should be innovative, these are ideas to avoid.