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Site Council Grant Fund Guidelines
JUNCTION CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT #69

ETF grant funds are available to fund projects that have an educational benefit to residents of the Junction City School District. Applications may be made directly to the Site Councils at the individual schools.

FUNDING CYCLE: July 1 to June 30

SITE COUNCIL ALLOCATIONS:
Amount allocated is based on number of students per school.

  Junction City High School
Oaklea Middle School
Laurel Elementary School
Territorial Elementary School
ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS:
  1.  Applicants must be affiliated with the Junction City School District.
2.  A grant may not exceed $500.
3.  Project or activity must directly support and broaden educational opportunities, and
     priority should be given to requests that affect the greatest number of students.
4.  These funds are intended to directly affect and benefit students, and are not
     intended to be used for staff development.
APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS:
  1.  Name of applicant, and person in charge of project.
2.  A brief description of the project or activity, including information on its purpose,
     implementation plan and dates. How and why is this project important?
3.  The number and age group of students and individuals impacted by the project.
4.  The amount of money requested, and if funds are being obtained from other sources.
5.  Signature of school adminsistrator.
REPORTING REQUIREMENTS:
  1.  ETF requests that a copy of all Site Council minutes be sent to its program coordinator,
     Lynda Taylor, 26676 Berg Dr., Monroe OR 97456, or by
E-MAIL
2.  Within 45 days of the end of a Funding Cycle a written progress report is to be
     submitted to ETF. The report should include:
  a. Information on the applicant and whether or not the request was funded, denied or
    is pending.
b. A brief description of the project or activity to include information on:
  • Its purpose.
  • Implementation dates and implementation plan.
  • The number of students and individuals impacted by the project.
  • The age group of those impacted.
  • Whether or not community volunteers were involved.
  • Whether or not in-kind donations from members of the community were provided.

c. The amount of money requested/granted.
d. An accounting of the total amount of funds received and total disbursed.
3. Site Councils are welcome to include their ideas and recommendations on ways to
    improve the Foundationís Grant Funding program.

APPLICATION & APPROVAL PROCESS:
  The application procedures and approval process in place at the individual Site Councils may be used, in keeping with selection criteria outlined herein, to select recipients of Foundation funds.

For questions, contact Lynda Taylor, Grant-Funding chair:
998-8294 or
E-MAIL