Resources

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    The Special Projects Office has compiled various resources to assist staff in locating, writing, and submitting grants. All staff can access these resources by clicking on the SharePoint link below (words in blue).  Also, below is a list of frequently asked questions.

    SharePoint

     

    Q: What are some tips for effectively planning a grant project?

    A: Download Six Steps for Grant Application Planning.

     

    Q: How do I get classroom grants? Classroom grants are available through the Pinellas Education Foundation.

    A: Please select the link (words in blue) to access their website: Pinellas Education Foundataion.

     

    Q: Where can I access the Board Approval and Superintendent Approval Forms?

    A: Please visit the Special Projects SharePoint by selecting the link (words in blue): SharePoint Library.

     

    Q: Where can I find the library of documents?

    A: Select the link (words in blue) to gain access to the Special Projects SharePoint documents: SharePoint Library.

     

    Q: Where can I find grant opportunities?  

    A: Select the link (words in blue) to gain access to the Special Projects SharePoint documents: Special Projects SharePoint

     

    Q: What is the process of applying for a community and organization grant?

    A: Complete the Superintendent's Approval Form and submit it to the Special Projects Office. 

     

    Q: What do I do when receiving a community or organization grant award notice?

    A: Contact Swangoj@pcsb.org or 727-588-6226 for the next steps.