Each year the Liberty School District Foundation provides schools, teachers and student groups multiple opportunities to apply for grant funds that support innovative projects or classroom/student needs not funded in the school budget.
Last year the Foundation awarded over $22,000 through the programs listed below.
Learning enrichment grants
LPS Staff may request up to $500 to fund projects that support one of the following learning areas:
Literacy | Fine Arts | STEM | Character Education
College & Career | Real-World Experience | Special Education
Excellence in education grants
On an annual basis, LPS staff may request up to $10,000 to fund large-scale projects that will impact multiple classrooms, grades, or schools.
New elementary teacher grants
The Liberty School District Foundation offers up to $1,000 in classroom materials to help a first-year, new elementary teacher set up their first classroom!
Secondary Student council grants
The Liberty School District Foundation awards up to $1,000 in grant funds for secondary Student Council groups in Liberty Public Schools! Grant funds are meant to support LPS Student Councils at the secondary level carry out student-ed projects identified by student council groups.