The Woodstock Education Foundation (WEF) instituted an Education Grant Program during the 2005-2006 school year. WEF Education Grants are intended to benefit students and enable teachers to enhance and enrich educational programs, and encourage superlative instruction and creative, innovative curriculum development. Teachers may want to try a new strategy or approach and need funding for a project or materials. Funding may also be used for visiting artists or professionals. In an effort to provide our children with the best possible educational opportunities, we invite you to participate in the WEF Grant Program.
Please note: NEW REQUIREMENTS ARE OUTLINED IN OUR WEF Grant Guidelines
If you have received a previous grant, your new application will be honored only after the WEF has received your WEF Grant Evaluation Form for that grant.
The WEF requires follow-up evaluation, including a financial report and written narrative. If you need a new reporting form, please download it from this site or contact the school administrator.
GRANT ALLOCATION GUIDELINES
Priority will be given to projects that offer the best creative learning opportunities for Woodstock children and impact the most students. Please note that the WEF does not fund the following:
Transportation for field trips
Sports and sports-related activities
Projects and equipment that are part of the Board of Education budget
Applications will be reviewed on the last Tuesday of the month at our regular WEF Board meetings. Grants must be submitted by the 15th of the month in order to be considered for approval at that month’s meeting. You will be notified by email of the Board’s decision.
Return completed application to: WES or WMS school office or email it to email@example.com