Deadline for submission on April 14, 2017 by 4:00pm
2017 MEF Scholarship Guidelines:
The Manor Education Foundation Program Committee annually awards scholarships in the amount of $1,000.00 and up to Manor ISD High School graduates. Graduates may receive scholarship assistance to attend an accredited approved Post-Secondary Educational or Career & Technical Institution. This may include a four-year college or university, two-year junior college, technical school, or other institution from which a certificate of completion prepares its holder to capably enter the workplace and have skills conducive to continued growth and self-sufficiency.
In order to be a candidate for award consideration, applicants must:
- Bea a graduating senior from Manor ISD
- Attended a Manor ISD secondary campus for at least two years
- Show leadership potential and a proven track record
- Plan to attend an accredited or otherwise approved Post-Secondary Education or Career & Technical Institution
- Intend to be a full-time student (if applicable)
- Must maintain a good academic standing
- Provide Academic Transcript (Please contact your High School campus counselor or Roslyn Caldwell, Executive Coordinator of CCR, MISD at Roslyn.Caldwell@manorisd.net with questions and to have your transcript sent to the Manor Education Foundation)
Financial need may be considered, but will not alone determine scholarship approval.
Innovative Education Grants
The Manor ISD Education Foundation will award the 2017 Innovative Education Grants. Please submit an online Grant Application by Friday, April 14th by 4:00pm.
MEF Innovative Education Grant Guidelines:
The Innovative Education Grant program is designed to encourage, facilitate and enhance innovative and creative instructional approaches to accomplish our goals and objectives. MEF supports our teachers and administrators by providing funds that would not otherwise be available to our district to directly impact our Manor ISD student’s achievement and growth.
Persons Eligible to Apply for Grants:
Any individual or a team of individuals employed by the Manor ISD who is involved in the instruction of students and related support services benefiting students. Student input into project proposals is also encouraged.
Instructional approaches or projects designed to begin in fall 2017 and which meet the selection criteria.
Award of Funds:
- All grants will be limited of up to $2,000 for programs or projects initiated by individuals or campus or department teams.
- The number of awards will depend on the funds available from the Manor ISD Education Foundation.
- Funds must be expended within one year of receipt. Unused funds must be returned to the Foundation
Selection of Grant Recipients:
The Manor Education Foundation Program Committee will review applications and recommend grant proposals for funding. Selection will be based on the quality of the program and the listed selection criteria as well as amounts requested relative to funds available.
Instructional approaches or projects that benefit groups of students are eligible for support. Grants may fund instructional and classroom materials, or an activity or material which supports higher levels of student academic achievement. Grants will not be awarded for salaries, staff travel or food. Costs and items that may be available through district, state or federal funding will not be considered.
Manor ISD has identified three priority goals for programs:
- Create instructional improvement systems for the district in all areas to support academic achievement for all students
- Improve the Culture of Manor ISD to promote teaching and learning for all students and educators in a dynamic learning environment
- Implement effective communication strategies throughout the District
MEF seeks projects that are creative, utilize critical thinking, and/or are a new way of looking at an old problem. Projects should have a clearly stated goal, related activities to support goal achievement, and a budget outlining how requested materials align with project outcomes.
If you have any questions, please contact the Manor Education Foundation.