Teacher Grants

Congratulations to our 2015-2016 Teacher Grant Winners!
Click here to see a list of winners in the following grant categories:
  • License4Learning Arts Education Grants
  • License4Learning Non-fiction Classroom Libraries Grants
  • Baptiste Orthodontics Donor Advised Grants
  • Duke Energy Math-Science-Energy Education Grants
  • Duke Energy STEM Education Grants
  • The Bond Foundation West Orange Middle School Science

Thank you ...
to our generous donors for making the funds available, our amazing teachers for applying, the volunteer grant review team for selecting winners and the Foundation Board Members OCPS School Board Members for delivering many of the grant awards.

Grant Awards Snapshot:
Arts Education Grants: $7,958 awarded to 32 teachers, impacting over 1,185 students.

Non-fiction Classroom Libraries Grants:  $28,972, 82 grants awarded to 82 (171 teachers) teaching teams, impacting over $8,890 students.

Baptiste Donor Advised Science Grants: $24,854 awarded to 16 schools' science teams, impacting over 10,800 students.

Duke Energy M-S-E Grants:  $53,277, 26 grants awarded to 26 teaching teams (51 teachers), impacting over 4,770 students.

Duke Energy STEM Partnership Grants:  $49,804, 10 grants awarded to 10 teaching teams (23 teachers), impacting over 1,455 students.

Bond Foundation WOMS Science Grants:  $30,990 awarded to 8 schools, 61 teachers, impacting over 8,800 students.

Program Overview

Backed by some of the community’s major corporate education supporters, the Foundation supports creative learning initiatives in the classroom. In fact, since the establishment of these grants, the Foundation has awarded more than $2.5 million to over 4,500 Orange County Public School teachers.

Focus areas include STEM, civics, energy education, arts and classroom libraries. These grants give teachers extra resources to engage students and directly impact learning gains.
The Foundation is constantly working with businesses and the community to pursue new programs that benefit our students, teachers and schools. If you have an idea, we want to hear about it.

For more information, contact:

Twanna Scroggins, Program Manager
Office: 407-317-3261
Direct: 407-317-3200, ext. 2919
Forest High School, Ocala, FL - Apply knowledge of trigonometric functions (Common Core Standards:  Math.HSF-TF.B.5, Math.Practice.MP2, Math.Practice.MP3)


Program Funders

Math, Science & Energy Education and STEM Partnership Grants Math, Science & Energy Education and STEM Partnership Grants
Primary Classroom Libraries Grants Primary Classroom Libraries Grants
Civics Grants Civics Grants
State Matching Grant Funds State Matching Grant Funds