Grants Department Information

7 months ago

Lyon County School District Grants Department


Grants Manager:  Lise Coudriet

lcoudriet@lyoncsd.org 

25 E. Goldfield Ave.

Yerington, NV 89447


* Title IA

* Title ID       

* Title II             

* Children In Transition (Homeless)

* Pre-K Development  

* District PAC - Parent Advisory Council


   Grant Coordinator:           Grant Coordinator:           Fiscal Admin. Support:         Secretary-Aide:

        Cathy Turos                  Shannon Thompson                   Tonia King                      Kayleen Larkins    

cturos@lyoncsd.org    shannonthompson@lyoncsd.org    tking@lyoncsd.org    klarkins@lyoncsd.org               

Semi-Annual 100% Form

100% Form

Semi-Annual 50/50 Form

50/50 Form

Daily PAR Form

Daily PAR Form

By Tonia King

Grant Opportunities   

10 months ago

available Funding opportunities


Disney Summer of Service Grant

Deadline: September 30, 2016

Grant Award: $500

For more information:  http://www.ysa.org/BeInspired   

 

Voya Unsung Heroes Program

Deadline: April 30, 2017

Grant Award: $2,000 - $25,000

For more information: https://www.scholarsapply.org/unsungheroes/ 

 

Fender Music Foundation- Music Instruments 

Deadline: None – Rolling awards

Grant Award: Up to eight (8) instruments

For more information: http://www.fendermusicfoundation.org/grants/grants-info/ 

 

Lowe's Toolbox for Education-School Site Project Grant

Deadline: The Fall 2016 grant cycle will open on August 1, 2016 and close on September 26, 2016.

Grant Award: $2,000 -$5,000

For more information: http://www.toolboxforeducation.com/index.html 

 

NV Energy Foundation Grant Procedures

Deadline: Ongoing

Grant Award: Historically $5000 - $25,000

For more information: https://www.nvenergy.com/community/funding/foundation/index.cfm 

 

USA TODAY E-Newspaper Education Grant

Deadline: Rolling

Grant Award: Complimentary access to e-newspaper USA TODAY for your classroom through the end of the school year.

For more information: http://usatodayeducation.com/k12/usa-today-education-grant-request 

 

Lego Children’s Fund for Children’s Programs Pre K - age 14

Deadline: Quarterly-January 14, April 15, July 15, and October 15, 2016

Grant Award: $5,000.

For more information: http://www.legocommunityfund.org/ 

 

Walmart Foundation - Community Programs Support Grant

Deadline: December 31, 2016

Grant Award: $250 - $2,500

For more information: http://foundation.walmart.com/apply-for-grants/local-giving http://foundation.walmart.com/apply-for-grants/local-giving 

 

Classics for Kids- Music Instruments

Deadline: Quarterly - March 31, June 30, September 30, and December 31, 2016

Grant Award: New Stringed Instruments

For more information: http://classicsforkids.org/apply-for-a-grant/ 

 

Captain Planet Foundation; Grant for the Environment/Science

Deadline: January 31 for fall and winter projects; September 30 for spring and summer projects

Grant Award:$500 – $2,500

For more information: http://captainplanetfoundation.org/apply-for-grants/ 

 

Family Dollar Store Youth Literacy Grant

Deadline: Ongoing

Grant Award: Up to $500.

For more information: http://corporate.familydollar.com/pages/givingback.aspx

 

Cisco Cash and Product Grant Programs

Deadline: Ongoing

Grant Award: Varies-Cash and Product awards are offered

For more information: http://csr.cisco.com/pages/support-for-nonprofits

 

Finish-Line GRANT

Deadline: Quarterly – Jan. 1 to Mar. 31, April 1 to June 30, July 1 to Sept. 30, and Oct. 1 to Dec. 31

Grant Award: Programmatic - up to $5,000; Legacy - $10,000 to $75,000; Founder’s - $5,000 to $25,000

For more information: http://www.finishline.com/store/youthfoundation/review.jsp

 

Kids in Need Teacher Grants Program

Application Acceptance: Yearly from July 15 to September 30

Grant Award: From $100 to $500

For more information: http://www.kinf.org/grants/ 


By Tonia King

GEARUP

9 months ago

GEAR UP


(Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Programs)

  • GEAR UP is available to all 10th and 11th grade students at both Yerington High School and Silver Stage High School in the hopes of getting them excited and prepared for success.
  • GEAR UP students will develop an Individual Academic Learning Plan with their GEAR UP Coordinator and School Counselor.
  • GEAR UP includes: tutoring, academic advisement, counseling, career exploration, mentoring, field trips, family engagement, and summer educational experiences.
  • GEAR UP activities will reinforce staying in school, passing proficiency tests, and preparing for college, career, and life.

Contact: Shannon Thompson
(775) 364-4064
shannonthompson@lyoncsd.org  

By Tonia King

Children In Transition - (McKinney-Vento)

9 months ago


CHILDREN IN TRANSITION 


Education of Homeless Children and Youth



What Parents & Unaccompanied Youth In Transition Need To Know About Education In The Lyon County School District: 

Title I and the McKinney-Vento Act allow Lyon County School District to provide enrollment assistance, school supplies, and instructional support to children and unaccompanied youth residing in temporary emergency shelters, foster care, hotels, motels, parks, cars, RV parks, or living with relatives/friends due to economic hardship. Support services include meeting the physical, social, and emotional needs of students and empowering parents to support their children in this endeavor.  

All appropriate resources from the Lyon County School District are utilized to achieve this goal. How does Title I help schools comply with the McKinney-Vento Homeless Education Assistance Improvements Act of 2001? 

1.  Supports students with one or more of the following services:    

· Backpacks and school supplies.    

· Transportation to the "School of Origin".    

· After school enrichment programs at selected school sites.   

 · Free school breakfast and lunch for students. 

2. Provides staff development workshops for district personnel focusing on the needs of homeless children and youth. 

3. Maintains partnerships with corporations, the community, and local schools to provide resources for the families in transition and information regarding homelessness. 

4. Maintains Title I Homeless page on LCSD Website. 

5. Distributes community resource information to schools and parents. 

If you feel your child may qualify for this program, you may: 

1. Fill out and turn in the SRQ form to the school site liaison or registrar at your student’s school. 

2. Contact your student’s school site liaison or registrar for more information, or refer to the documents button to download a brochure.

Form Links:

SRQ Application

SRQ Application (Spanish) - (Cuestionario Sobre la Residencia del Estudiante)

Letter of Eligibility

Letter of Ineligibility

Dispute Resolution Process


Resources Link

Contacts Link


 

Assistant District Homeless Liaison - Cathy Turos (775) 316-1699

District Homeless Liaison - Lise Coudriet  (775) 461-6618

1360 Highway 95A South    Fernley, NV 89408 


By Tonia King

Migrant Education

5 months ago

Title I C - Migrant Education


The Migrant Education Program provides technical assistance and financial support to improve the educational opportunities and academic success of migrant children, youth, agricultural workers, fishers, and their families. The general purpose of the Migrant Education Program (MEP) is to ensure that migrant children benefit from the same free public education provided to other children. The Migrant Education funds are federal funds to support high quality education programs for migratory children age 3 through 21. The funds help ensure that migratory children who move from other states or within the state are not penalized in any manner by disparities among states in curriculum, graduation requirements, or state academic content and student academic achievement standards. Funds also ensure that migratory children receive full and appropriate opportunities to meet the same challenging state academic content and student academic achievement standards that all children are expected to meet.


For more information, please contact  Tonia King (775) 463-6800 ext. 426.

By Tonia King

21st Century

5 months ago



21st Century Grant Program

The purpose of the 21st Century Community Learning Center program is to establish or expand community learning centers that provide out-of-school academic enrichment opportunities, along with activities designed to complement the students’ regular academic program. 21st Century Community Learning Centers must also offer families of these students literacy and related educational development including tutoring and mentoring, homework help, academic enrichment (such as hands-on science or technology programs), and community service opportunities, as well as music, arts, sports, and cultural activities. At the same time, centers help working parents by providing a safe environment for students during non-school hours, or periods when school is not in session.

In collaboration with the Boys and Girls Club, arts and cultural organizations, and youth development agencies, 21st Century program helps support these goals via Federal funding.

 

If you have any questions please contact Tonia King (775)463-6800 ext.426 .


Criterion Literacy



By Tonia King

Read by Grade 3

5 months ago

Read by 

Grade 3

On July 1, 2015, the Nevada State Legislature enacted Senate Bill 391, Nevada’s Read by Grade Three Act. A primary aim of this new state statute is to promote effective literacy instruction in grades Kindergarten through 3rd grade across both public school districts and charter schools of Nevada in order to ensure that all K-3 students achieve a proficiency level of achievement in the subject area of reading (as measured by reading assessments that have been approved by the Nevada State Board of Education). 


Nevada's Read by Grade 3 Program oversees Read by Grade 3 Grant awards, which are required under law. The Phase II component (2016-2017) of Read by Grade 3 has recently (July 1, 2016) funded 23 separate programs in the state at $22,250,574.00.*

*Information provided by the Nevada Department of Education webpage: http://www.doe.nv.gov/RBG3/Home/

Parent Toolkit link provided courtesy of Nevada Department of Education (Nevada Dept. of Ed. Read By Grade 3 link: http://www.doe.nv.gov/RBG3/Home/

Nevada State Literacy Plan link provided courtesy of Nevada Department of Education

By Tonia King

Grants Application Protocols

4 months ago

Applying for funding

steps to follow when applying for grant opportunities


There are a few protocols to follow in order to make certain you are following the correct process for funding applications. Below are links to find out which grants qualify for which processes. If you still have additional questions, please contact the grants department at (775) 463-6800 extension 425. We will be happy to assist you! 


Grant Submission Procedures


Questions: Contact Kayleen Larkins at klarkins@lyoncsd.org or 775-463-6800  Ext.425


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