Grant Cycle Information

The 2020-21 School Year Grant Cycle

begins with the new application deadline of the 1st of November.

This Grant Cycle applies to both the Teacher Classroom Grant and Bricmont Library Fund.

In an effort to give our teachers and librarians more time to implement and enjoy the grant funding of the 2019-20 Grant Cycle, the time-frame for use of grant funds has been extended into the 2020-21 school year. , the application deadline has been moved to earlier in November. Grant applications must be postmarked by November 1st to be considered.

Applications will be reviewed by the Schools Plus Grant Review Board and awardees notified by mid-December.

Grants must be implemented and documentation sent to Schools Plus by the end of the school year. Details are in the application.

Final Project Reports are due the 2nd Friday of September.







Both 2019-20 & 2020-21 School Year FINAL PROJECT REPORTS DUE the 2nd Friday of September, 2021.

Read about prior years' Grant Recipients.
Annual Grant Cycle ​Key Dates
Classroom Teacher Grants
Bricmont Library Fund Grants

2nd Friday in November:

Applications due for

Classroom Teacher Grants and

Bricmont Library Fund Grants


Grant funds issued; all applicants notified.


End of School Year:

Due date for Grant Fund implementation and provision to Schools Plus of documentation (e.g. receipts for granted purchases).


2nd Friday of September:

Final Project Reports Due.



Fall Fundraiser and

Grant Recipients Celebration

Grant Cycle ​Key Dates for Paul M Owen
Memorial Fund for Technology

Application materials sent to the principals of


Shoreline Middle School

MacQuiddy Elementary School

Bradley Elementary School


2nd Friday of November: Application Due Date


January: Funds issued.

General Grant Information


Classroom Teacher Grant Information available for viewing and download here.


Paul M. Owen Memorial Fund for Technology Founded in 1995 and sponsored by SCHOOLS PLUS, the family and friends of Paul Owen established this fund to provide technology support in the schools where Paul worked as an administrator and teacher.


Bricmont Library Fund support public school libraries as well as classroom libraries.