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Teacher grant opportunities are now back open with a deadline to submit grants of June 30, 2020.


Hempfield Teacher Grants

The Hempfield Foundation Grant Program is designed to enrich and enhance the lives of students in the classroom and allow teachers to try creative ideas without incurring financial burden.

The foundation has funded a variety of innovative programs in all disciplines from the visual and performing arts, to athletic programs and academic achievement.

2020-2021 Hempfield Teacher Grant Program:

Criteria:

  • Hempfield Foundation Grant requests should be aligned with Hempfield School District Curriculum.
  • Requests should be research-based, creative, innovative, motivational, enriching, and instructional.
  • Only submit requests for instructional materials that are not otherwise included in the district budget. Consult your building principal on building budget matters relating to your grant application.
  • Grant applications should be signed and approved by the building principal or direct supervisor.
  • Grant applications with a technology component must be approved by the district's Director of Institutional Technology.
  • First Round grant applications for the 2020 - 2021 school year must be received June 30, 2020. The second round for grant applications will run from November 15 until December 15, 2020.
  • Individual grant amounts are evaluated by the Hempfield Foundation Board and will be commensurate with the size of the target audience and impact of the project.
  • The Hempfield Foundation reserves the right to fund a grant, either fully or partially, depending on the resources available.
  • A list of matching grants or any additional funding sources for the grant activity should accompany all requests.
  • Grant requests should NOT include funds for:
    • Graduate study work
    • Capital improvement projects that come under the jurisdiction of the Superintendent’s Office
    • Training or conferences
    • Food
    • Prizes and/or incentives
  • Grant requests will be considered up to a maximum of $3,000. However, the Foundation may increase the maximum amount for projects or initiatives that will have a significant district or school-wide impact.
  • Staff members may submit one grant application/school year.
  • The recipient of the Hempfield Foundation Grant will contact the Foundation with the date and time of the program for visitation and publicity purposes at Hempfield Foundation, 200 Church Street, Landisville, PA, 17538, or email – hempfieldfoundation@gmail.com
  • At the completion of your program, please forward a brief summary of its impact to Hempfield Foundation, 200 Church Street, Landisville, PA, 17538.
Hempfield Foundation Grants Program

Grant Application:

Grant application deadline: June 30, 2020

2019-2020 Grant Awards:

Elementary School

-Reading Rockets
-Second Grade Nonfiction Books
-LEGO Social Skills and Problem-Solving Club
-Comfy Cushions for Students in Library
-First Grade STEM Bins; Sensory Path Package

Middle School

-Little Kids Rock
-Ping Pong Club
-CMS Clubs
-Comfy Cushions for Students in Library

High School

-Comfy Cushions for Students in Library
-Using Texts to Enhance the Classics

Past Grant Awards:

Photo of Artist Christiane David

Artist Christiane David

Photo of Van Go! Museum on Wheels

Van Go! Museum on Wheels

Photo of Artist Kevin Lehman

Artist Kevin Lehman

Elementary School

Centerville Elementary: Author Visit: Sarah Weeks One Book One School Program
East Pete Elementary: Fernhill Landscapes
Farmdale Elementary: Mimi Shapiro: Artist
Landisville Primary Center: Author/Artist Visit: Jen Bryant/Christiane David
Mountville Elementary School: One Book One School Program, Author Sarah Weeks
Rohrerstown Elementary: Memory Project

-Sensory Rooms
-10 Station Outdoor Fitness Trail
-Wobble Chairs
-Stability Balls
-Second Step Curriculum for Social Skills Development

Middle School

Centerville Middle School: Artist in Residence: Patricia Scialo
Landisville Intermediate Center: VanGo! Museum on Wheels titled ARTECH

-Makerspace
-Classroom Mini-Business
-Oak Leaf Manor Activities
-Dutch Apple Play and Mea
-Chess Boards/Pieces and Clocks

High School

Hempfield High School: Artist in Residence: Kevin Lehman

-Replacement and upgrade of old and broken equipment in the television studio
-Give a Gnome a Home
-Tree Growth
-Restore Historic Books
-Rachel's Challenge Program

Photo of Sensory Rooms

Sensory Rooms

Photo of Television Studio

Replacement of equipment in the television studio

Music Assembly in School

Art and Music Assemblies

EITC Grants Awarded:

Elementary:

-Sculpture for Sculpture Garden (RES)
-Urban Graphic Art: Ramon Trevino (MES) -
-Van Go! Museum on Wheels (LPC) -
-Application for Functional and Non-functional Ceramic art (LIC) -
-Peter Catalanotto Artist/Illustrator (FES)
-Ramon Trevino and Author Visit (EPES)
-Traditions, Culture, and Making of Kites in Bermuda (CES) -One Book, One School
-Artist in Residence: Maria Hershey Pottery
-Hollywood in the Classroom
-Drumming Up the Fun! World Music Drumming in Music Class

Middle:

-Youth Art Month, Rhythm Village (LMS)
-Blaine Siegel: Artist in Residence (4 days) (CMS)
-Makerspace (LMS/CMS)
-Live Performance of Midsummer Night’s Dream (LMS/CMS)
-Making a Clock (CMS/LMS)
-Creative Things for Classical Strings

High School:

-Exploration in Form; Traditional and Nontraditional Forms (HHS)
-CAD & 3D Printer (HHS)
-iPads for Pre-School (HHS)
-Large Scale Ceramic Mosaic Mural
-Creative Things for Classical Strings
- Life Skills

Ramon Trevino and Author Visit

Ramon Trevino

Child at Van Go! Museum on Wheels

Van Go! Museum on Wheels

Application for Functional and Non-functional Ceramic art

Ceramic art