The Fredon Educational Foundation (FEF) is a nonprofit local education fund that recognizes and promotes educational excellence and student well being in the Fredon Township School District.
 
FEF accepts applications for its Discretionary Grants program to fund projects proposed by the Fredon Township faculty, staff, students and parents for classroom projects, curriculum innovation and projects that promote academic achievement and student well-being.


Who is Eligible? 
Grants may be awarded to teachers, teacher teams, administrators, other school staff, parents and students. Funding may be requested for partnerships with appropriate outside organizations, but the applicant must be within the school system.

Criteria:
Proposals will be evaluated both on the quality of the application and the extent to which the project supports current Fredon Township Board of Education goals.

Funding:
Discretionary grants may be funded in amounts up to $2,500, depending on the scope of the proposal. Applicants should request a specific amount and provide a budget which explains how grant money would be spent, and how any additional funds required would be raised. Projects must be implemented within one year of receipt of the grant.

Limitations:
Grants will generally not be awarded for the following:
• Class trips or school-wide assemblies
• Snacks or food to be served during the project
• Substitute teachers
• Teacher stipends to enable participation in the project unless the program requires a significant time commitment outside of normal school hours.

Additional Guidelines:
Each grant recipient will be asked to sign a commitment letter in which FEF and the grantee agree upon project goals, and to submit an FEF Project Evaluation Form upon completion of the project.
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