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Express Grants 

PCEF reserves $10,000 for teacher, school and district needs that arise during the school year and are out of the grant cycle.  The maximum amount for an express grant is $1,000.  Occasionally, private funds are matched with an express grant to increase the impact.

Only PCSD Administrators, with their teachers, may apply for Express Grants.

All grants must fall into one of the following PCEF interest areas: Academic Success, College and Career Readiness, Early Childhood Education, Professional Development & Teacher Recognition, STEM, Student Wellness, and The Arts.

Express Grants are reviewed the last week of the month by the PCEF staff and recipients will be notified the first week of the following month. Funds will be available the following week. YOUR generosity has enabled PCEF to fund $10,000 in School Grants for 2018 - 2019 school year!

 EXPRESS GRANT APPLICATIONS ARE CLOSED FOR 2018-19 SCHOOL YEAR.

Express Grants for 2018 - 2019:

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 LIA Mentorship Academy - EHMS, PCHS - $200

  • PCHS LIA students have invited EHMS LIA students to come to the high school for the morning so we can pair up (mentors/mentees) students from the two schools and discuss their role in our community. Funds will be used to purchase refreshments for the participating students.

 

College career College and Career Readiness

Coffee Cart and Office Assitance Company - TMJH - $800

  • The Coffee Cart and Office Assistance Company contributes to the school by improving faculty morale with refreshments and assistance with various office tasks.  In doing this ,students will learn a variety of vocational and life skills that will help prepare them for the real world.

 

 Professional Development & Teacher Recognition

 

Coaches Cafe - EHMS - $1,000

  • Ecker is piloting standards based grading for the district.  To move from traditional grading to standards based grading is a huge shift.  Teachers are invited to lunch several times a year to enjoy a “working lunch” to discuss questions and concerns about this shift.

 

Orton Gillingham Training - JRES, MPES, PPES, TSES - $1,000

  • In response to Kindergarten, 1st grade teachers, and interventionists, funds will be used to bring an Orton Gillingham trainer to PCSD for three days of training in the Orton-Gillingham method for Early Literacy instructions.

 

STEM iconSTEM

PC HACK - PCHS - $750

  • Funds will be used for the school's first femaly-only hack-a-thon, hosted by The Girls in Tech Club. The hack-a-thon is a contest to complete a given task using computer programming. 

 

Student Wellness IconStudent Wellness

Park City Ninja Kids - PPES - $1,000

  • This program offers instruction in martial arts for students who would otherwise not have the opportunity to experience the sport.  The program teaches discipline, respect, perseverance, and integrity.  The program also has an anti-bullying instructional component.

ArtsThe Arts

Symphony Cello Cases - TMJH, PCHS - $900

  • Funds will be used for the purchase of six hard cello cases for travel to and from Symphony performances.

Traditional Mexican Dance Club - TMJH - $1,000

  • The Traditional Mexican Dance Club is a new club at PCHS that aims to provide an outlet for students through which they can express themselves artistically and preserve their rich cultural heritage.  Funds will be used to purchase costumes for the dancers.

Utah Theatre Conference - EHMS, TMJH - $1,000

  • Funds will be used to help students pay for registrations at the Utah Theatre Association Conference. 

After School Art Program - MPES - $1,000

  • Funds will be used for multi-media art supplies.  This program enriches and inspires every child that attends by providing opportunities for students to express themselves creatively.  We will be hosgint an Art Show at the end of the year to connect the community and enable children to build confidence by presenting their art. 

Animation Project - TSES- $350

  • Students will create animation projects with aspects of the Common Core for science or ELA modules.   Students will create characters in 2D.  Their illustrations will be turned into a 16-frame reel by Utah Film Center animators.

 

 

For a full list of all 2018 - 2019 PCEF programs, please click here.

 

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