Through enhanced educational opportunities across our school district, our students have been given the chance to experience the application of knowledge and facts like never before. The results are real. Students who have participated in the grant projects are more engaged and excited about learning, and teachers can witness their inspirations develop without limits.
Click on one of the grant programs listed below to learn more about how the Foundation awards funds to Humble ISD educators.
Teachers can now post wishlists for their classroom on the Foundation's online database system. Teachers can then send out the link to their wishlist to their parents so that parents can directly support their child's classroom. Click here to learn more about this program and how to post your wishlist today.
The Innovative Education Grant
The Innovative Education Grant Program supports innovative and creative educational projects that increase student achievement. This grant program is open from January to March each year. See below on how to apply for an Innovative Education Grant for 2013.
Applying for an Innovative Education Grant
The Humble ISD Education Foundation has closed their application process for 2013. Humble ISD employees will be able to appy for this grant again in January 2014.
To learn more about previous grants funded, you can see a list of projects funded since inception here.
Additionally, you can see a few of the highly-scored grants from previous years by scanning the list below. These completed applications are provided to you as examples only of well-written proposals. Therefore, we ask that you not use specific information in these proposals when developing your own.
|Science After School is Cool||Kelly Abdmoulaie||Greentree Elementary|
|Speed Racer of the 21st Century||Stephanie Romero||Riverwood Middle|
|The Great Book Swap||Julie Brewer||Oak Forest Elementary|
|Get Moving, Get Funky, Get Learning||Jenny McDaniel||Foster Elementary|
|Harvesting a Habitat||Kelly Abdmoulaie||Greentree Elementary|
|Math in a Box||Betsy Duplechain||Woodland Hills Elementary|
|Children's Literature You Can Count On||Chelle McGowan||Maplebrook Elementary|
Humble Middle School
Challenge Your Dreams
The Challenge Your Dreams grant program was created to open doors for larger and long-lasting educational enrichment programs in Humble ISD. Click here to learn more about The Challenge Your Dreams grant program.