District Grant by Year

February 2016

February 2016 – $64,733
Funds have been designated as follows:

Teacher Excellence $18,000
Sound Discipline New Mentor training $3000
NBTC – $15,000

Career & College Readiness & Student Leadership $13,020
Career & Leadership Day, Leota & Timbercrest Junior High School $4,300
Sponsor CTE Night $500
Student Leadership Groups at All 3 high Schools $6,720
Northshore Schools Foundation Student Scholarship $1500

STEM $8,144
Heart Valve Engineering project $1244
Math Olympiad $2800
Hour of Code $3600
BIOMED Student Supplies – WHS $500

Literacy & Arts $18,965
New Classroom libraries $15000
Kindergarten Support for Growth $2500
SAS Music Program $1465

Struggling & Advanced Learners $1,245
Backpacks for Kids $1245

Enrichment & Health & Partnerships $5,359
Classroom grants – designated $1,000
Student of the Month, PTA memberships, School Board Appreciation $1318
Bothell Youth Court $3,041.00

September 2015

Funds have been designated as follows:
$1,500 Advanced Textbook purchase for High Schools, $500 each – Secondary Education
$10,000 Positive Behavior Intervent System Training
$2,500 ATP Work training program – Special Education
$3,500 CTE Program – Project Lead the way Training – WHS Staff – Career & College Readiness
$10,000 McKinney Vento – Student Services
$3000 New Teacher Mentorship Program
$600 Chamber of Commerce Student of the Month Program
$1000 Backpacks for Kids
$750 TEALS Program – Computer Science at Bothell High School
$500 Refreshments for Teacher Training

February 2015

Funds have been designated as follows:
$5890 Nation SHAPE – PE Conference
$1000 CTE program- Sports Medicine Program
$500 CTE program – Culinary Arts
$1420 McKinney Vento
$2800 Math Olympiad
$14000 Classroom Libraries for New Teachers
$10,000 National Board Certification
$50 Threads & Treads Program
$1000 Inglemoor High School Band – Carnegie Hall
$2235 SAS Music Program
$2000 Pilot Career Fair -Leota & Timbercrest Junior High school
$500 CTE Program Matlab Pilot at Woodinville High School

September 2014

In September 2014, the Northshore Schools Foundation made our Fall fund allocation at the School Board meeting for $78,132.00

Funds have been designated as follows:
$9000 WTR Program- Career & Technical Ed Composites
$11000 Woodinville High school – Career & Technical Ed 3D printer
$1500 Career & Technical Ed CNA program- Hospital Services IT cart
$5000 McKinney Vento Support
$9000 Community Schools
$10000 Clayton Cook Positive Discipline Training
$1200 Healthy Youth Survey
$10000 Teacher Training for Highly-Capable
$3000 Student of the Month programs at Woodinville and Greater Bothell Chamber of Commerce
$18,342 Innovative Classroom Grants

We are honored to be a part of enhancing the education of students in our district. It is our intention to be a resource and a partner, helping the district to achieve their commitment to academic excellence.

March 2013

District Grants approved by the Northshore Schools Foundation Board at the 2/13/13 Board meeting for March Allocation $54840

$3700 STEM Fellowship for micro-pipettors ($140 each) $2200, $1500 for After -School Robotics
$13,500 New Teacher Classroom Libraries ($300 per teacher, 45 new teachers)
$500 Highly -Capable Math (in addition to fall funding of $6000)
$12,500 New Teacher Training funded in partnership with SECU and PEMCO
$2800 Math Olympiad district-wide competition at Woodmoor Elementary.
$625 History Poster Woodinville Heritage Society
$5000 Leveled/ Hi-Low & Spanish Books for older readers, 2 or more years below grade level, books for their age and interest

$18,715 National Board Candidate Support:
• Mentor Support Cohort Fees for New Candidate: $14,500
• One Release Day for Renewal Candidates $2715
• $1500 to NBCS JumpStart Fee for Renewal Candidate and
• HomeStretch Fee for New Candidates

September 2013

On September 24th, the Northshore Schools Foundation Board of Trustees is pleased to award the Northshore School District with $103,800. These funds are granted to support student education throughout the district, in support of School Board Goal 1: Student Achievement and Success at Grades Pre-Kindergarten-12 and Beyond.

Funds have been designated as follows:
$4800 Career & Technical Education Programs
$10,000 Community Schools Programs
$11,000 New Teachers Professional Development – Elementary
$5000 National History Day
$9000 AP/IB/Cin HS books $3000 to each high school
$3000 Junior High Mid-Level Novels
$6000 Highly-capable math students
$2000 Natural Leaders training of the trainers
$10,000 McKinney Vento Student Support
$500 In-kind donations
$1000 Reauthorization of unused Healthy Youth Survey funds to support the district Prevention Team
$26,000 2012-2013 Innovative Classroom Grants
$13,000 National Board Teacher Certification and paid time off for UW Support group 2012 enrollees.

September 2012

The Northshore Schools Foundation Board of Trustees is pleased to award the Northshore School District with this $41500 grant in support of student education throughout the district. These funds are restricted for the aforementioned use and are meant to support the School Board Goal 1: Student Achievement and Success at Grades Pre-Kindergarten – 12 and Beyond.

Allocations of the funds are as follows:
$7,500 National Board Teacher Certification (NBTC) UW Support Group scholarships
$5,000 Hospital Beds
$10,000 Community Schools Programs
$2000 Calculus & Pre-calculus Text books
$5000 NBTC Candidate Support (time off for prep)
$2000 Career & Technical Ed Programs/ Sustainable Energy Design
$5000 McKinney Vento Student Support
$2500 Healthy Youth Survey
$2500 Emergency Preparedness funded by the Puget Sound Energy Foundation for new storage containers located at Maywood Hills, Sorenson, Kenmore Jr. High, Lockwood
$14,233 2011-2012 Innovative Classroom Grants

February 2012

The Northshore Schools Foundation Board of Trustees is pleased to award the Northshore School District with this $25,000 grant to support of S.T.E.M education throughout the district. These funds are restricted for the aforementioned use and are meant to support the School Board Goal 1: Student Achievement and Success at Grades Pre-Kindergarten – 12 and Beyond.

Allocation of the funds are as follows:
$15,000 Elementary Science Kit Refurbishment and process of maximizing the use and restocking of those kits
$2,500 Junior High School Science Lab equipment
$1000 Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) machine supplies
$1000 Special Education Math Curriculum Update
$1800 Science Text books for Junior High Students
$2000 Junior High Science Field trip
$1700 Interim use hospital beds for the WHS Hospital Sciences Program

January 2012

$10,000 The Northshore Schools Foundation Board of Trustees is pleased to award the Northshore School District’s Career and College Readiness Program with a $10,000 grant for the purchase of hospital beds and a Polymerase Chain Reaction Machine. These funds were secured as from the Norcliffe Foundation as a part of our commitment to support S.T.E.M education throughout the district. These funds are meant to support the School Board Goal 1.11 – to increase the percentage of students taking three lab science courses and at least two among biology, chemistry and physics.

September 2011

The following is a list of the 2011 Fall Grant Allocations of $31,500 as approved by the board:

$1,500 National Board Teacher Certification – UW support group scholarships
$5,000 McKinney Vento program
$20,000 Literacy Adoption (new teacher libraries)
$5,000 Community Schools program

September 2008

$90,000 for needed curriculum updates in elementary and secondary schools.

September 2007

$50,000 grant for Secondary textbooks in math, science and humanities.
$40,000 grant for literacy at our elementary schools

2004-2006

$190,000 for Interactive Science Kits in EVERY elementary school, specialized Science and History Books for EVERY elementary school, Safety Equipment for secondary science classrooms and Science Text Books for secondary schools

October 2003

$500 for Swing Shift a homework assistance program for Junior High students

2002

The Foundation awarded $9700, allocated to the following:
$1,700 for Book Bags for Home (Wells Fargo Grant)
$3,500 for Developing Mathematical Ideas casebooks (Washington Mutual Grant)
$4,500 for District Literacy Link Summer School Program

2000-2001

The Foundation awarded $8400, allocated to the following:
$3000 – $100 to each school in the district to purchase books for their school library
$2,400 for Math Olympiad and Science Olympiad
$3,000 to Kenmore Elementary for supplemental materials to enrich opportunities for full day kindergarten, math/science curriculum enhancement for at-risk students and Family Literacy for Spanish-speaking students

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