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Please take notice that there will be a Regular Meeting of the Frankenmuth Board of Education on March 13, 2017 at Frankenmuth High School in Room 9 at 6:00PM


Please take notice that there will be a Special Meeting of the Frankenmuth Board of Education on March 13, 2017 at Frankenmuth High School in Room 9 at 5:00PM

The Frankenmuth School District Foundation will begin accepting applications for individual student and teacher/advisor grants for the next cycle beginning January 27, 2017. Applications must be returned to the Frankenmuth School District Office, the main office at List Elementary or Rittmueller Middle School, or the guidance office at the High School no later than Tuesday, April 14th at 4:00PM.

Don't miss your opportunity to take advantage of this wonderful program. Click here for more information on individual student grants and teacher/advisor grants


The Frankenmuth School District Foundation program provides funding to programs and projects for Frankenmuth School District students for educational initiatives and projects not currently supported by school budgets.

The program is meant to:

  • Enhance student experiences and curriculum activities
  • Develop projects to facilitate different learning styles
  • Motivate student curiosity and learning
  • Supplement additional funding sources
  • Purchase educational materials and/or bring non-traditional resources to the classroom
  • Develop and share innovative methods and tools for teaching
  • Inspire professional development and growth


Although not specifically precluded, applications for continuation of existing programs may receive lower funding priority. (See "Review Criteria" information.)


All Frankenmuth School District teachers, instructional staff, and advisors are eligible to apply. While more than one application may be submitted, only one grant will be awarded per individual, per year.


The typical grant award is expected to be between $100 and $500.


Applications are reviewed on a competitive basis by an advisory committee consisting of Frankenmuth School District administrators, board members, and teachers. The advisory committee evaluates individual proposals based on:

  • Number of students involved in and/or benefiting from the project
  • Expected impact of the program
  • Effectiveness of the activity or program
  • Potential to improve student achievement and morale
  • Cost effectiveness
  • Enhancement of the skills of teachers and support staff
  • Potential for continuation and/or replication  


The following will not be considered for funds under theFrankenmuth School District Foundation:

  • Sports camps
  • Faith based activities
  • General summer recreational camps
  • Regular high school or college credit classes
  • Private music lessons


Grantees are expected to provide a written report to the Frankenmuth School District Foundation at the conclusion of their project.  This report should include a financial statement, description of the project, and the impact on students.


If you have any questions, please contact the Frankenmuth School District Foundation; Adele Martin , 525 E. Genesee Street , Frankenmuth , MI 48734   (989) 652-9958.

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