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Sample Proposals


Sample 3-Year Work Plan

Susan Linn has graciously agreed to share a 3-Year Work Plan that is based on an Elementary and Secondary School Counseling Grant application submitted by Newton (MA) Public Schools. This is an excellent example of an informative timeline.


The following proposals were downloaded from the U.S. Department of Education's Web site. They are meant to serve only as examples of quality proposals that may give you an idea of what qualities a successful proposal has.

When you write your proposal, you must be original and write the proposal in a way that helps the reviewers understand how your organization will use the funds to fulfill the purpose of the grant. All proposals submitted to the U.S. Department of Education are reviewed by people outside of the Department who have experience and expertise in the area addressed by the grant.


Mentoring Program: This sample grant application is from a previous competition for the Safe and Drug Free Schools - Mentoring Programs grant. Please be aware that grant applications change each year, but this previously funded proposal may give you an idea of the qualities of a successful application.

Carol M. White Physical Education Program: This sample grant application is from a previous competition for the Carol M. White Physical Education Program grant. Please be aware that grant applications change each year
 

Migrant Education High School Equivalency Program: This sample grant application is from a previous competition for the Migrant Education High School Equivalency Program grant. Please be aware that grant applications change each year.

Supplemental Educational Services application:

This is a sample application to become a Supplemental Educational Services (SES) provider. Please be aware that SES applications vary from state to state, but this proposal from the state of Minnesota may give you an idea of what it takes to become an approved provider of supplemental services. When you write your proposal, show the reviewers how your organization will help improve the academic success of children in your area.

All applications to become an approved provider of supplemental services are reviewed by state departments of education.

[Supplemental Educational Services is not a grant program. Your local education agency (LEA) must use funds from its Title I, Part A allocation to fund the services provided to the eligible students.]


Waste Tire Market Development Grant (Commonwealth of Kentucky)

Diana Anderson of Pineville Independent Schools in Pineville, KY, shares this successful proposal that allows the district to apply recycled crumb rubber to its athletic field.

Diana, thank you so much for sharing this successful proposal!!


Foundation Proposals
PRIDE
Diana Anderson and Pineville Independent Schools in Pineville, KY have generously shared this successful proposal for an Outdoor Learning Lab with the SchoolGrants community. The Outdoor Learning Lab will provide an easily accessible location for hands-on, multi-disciplinary environmental education activities for all students in grades 7-12.

Congratulations and thank you so much for sharing, Diana!


Foundation Proposal
Mary L. Randle, Community Relations Coordinator, and Community High School District 94, share this successful Foundation proposal. Mary, thank you so much for your willingness to share!

(This proposal to a corporate foundation for a science-related project will be back online in the near future.)

 

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