GRANT OPPORTUNITIES FOR HUSD TEACHERS

The Humboldt Education Foundation (HEF) is offering four classroom grants valued at $500 each in quarters 1-3. The grant application is open to teachers within the Humboldt Unified School District (HUSD) and requires a description of the project needing funding and the number of students that will benefit from it. This opportunity helps further the mission of HEF, which is to provide community support for excellence in education and contribute to the educational experiences that impact the lives of students.

  • HEF is committing a total of $6000 in teacher grants for the 2019-20 school year.
  • This grant is open to all HUSD teachers.
  • The first round of applications can be submitted from August 2nd through September 30th.
  • The funds are proceeds from the annual Teacher of the Year event and generous sponsors.

To apply for this teacher grant opportunity please follow this link:

HEF Teacher Grant Application
https://forms.gle/qDfUJ5u4FWSmMh1o6

For more information, please Contact Us.

PRIOR SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS

Cheyenne Perez

2018-19 SCHOOL YEAR

Cheyenne Perez

The Humboldt Education Foundation Carm Staker Student Scholarship recipient for the 2018-19 school year was Ms. Cheyenne Perez. She was chosen as the first recipient of the student scholarship for her determination and perseverance despite immeasurable odds.

Congratulations!

No More Hungry Kids!

MORE WAYS TO HELP

Did you know that you can help hungry kids simply by doing your normal shopping at Fry's and Amazon? This is just one more way you can help support HUSD Hungry Kids Project. HUSD Hungry Kids Project is registered with Fry’s Community Rewards and Amazon Smile under the name:

“Humboldt Education Foundation”

Teacher of the Year
The Humboldt Education Foundation is presenting the Teacher of the Year celebration at the Prescott Resort on March 27th. Nominated by the students, teachers from each school in the HUSD will be recognized and two will be selected as Teachers of the Year.
Hungry Kids Project
Inspired by board member Carm Staker, the founder of the Hungry Kids Project, we serve the children in the Humboldt Unified School District that have been recommended by school staff as those who may not have access to adequate weekend meals. Students are provided enough food for 2 breakfasts, 2 lunches and 2 dinners over the weekend.
Scholarships and Grants
As HEF continues to grow, we are pleased to now offer teacher mini-grants to help support classroom projects and also help to support student scholarships for those in need to further their education after high school.