Welcome to the SPPS Grants Office

  • Grant management icon. A grant is a legal contract to provide funding for a specific goal or outcome. It is not a gift, free of obligation or expectations. Grant funding comes from a variety of public and private sources. Grants allow SPPS to further educational research, expand services, and provide programs or resources to students that would otherwise not be possible. If you work with grants, or would like to work with them in the future, it may be helpful to familiarize yourself with the life cycle of a grant.

    Money given to a school or program with any expectations or strings attached is considered a grant and should be managed accordingly.

    The SPPS Grants Office supports teachers, school leaders and administrators through all stages of the grants process, from application to closeout and final reporting. All grants come through the SPPS Grants Office in one way or another. All grant acceptances must be approved by the superintendent and the  board of education, and we can help with this process.

    Grants Office services include:

    • Application development and submission
    • Board approval
    • Budget development
    • Fund development
    • Grant contracts
    • Grant management
    • Letters of support
    • Program creation and proposal writing

    See the Applying for Grants page for more details on these services.

    Follow the SPPS Grants Facebook Group to keep up to date on funding opportunities.

SPPS Grants Online

Grants News and Announcements

  • Ecolab Teacher Grants Program (ETGP) - Update

    For the latest news and details on the ETGP process, please see the announcements section at the top of the ETGP - Applying web page.

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  • Ecolab Grant Award Process

    All Ecolab applications have been reviewed and scored, but due to unprecedented events, there has been a delay in sending out award notifications. 

    We will send out award notifications in two waves as we confirm the total amount of funds we can disperse this year. 

    Thank you for your patience! 

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