Making an Impact
Since its inception, the Roseville Area Schools Foundation has awarded more than $1 million in grants for educational programs and resources within District 623.
Teachers launching or enhancing creative and innovative projects that impact students;
Opportunities and resources that enrich and expand learning opportunities for students and staff;
Educational projects that involve collaborating with partner groups or organizations;
Curricular and extracurricular projects that reinforce the goals of the Roseville Area School Board.
The Foundation does not fund personnel costs or projects that normally would receive funding through District 623 budgets.
How to Apply for a Grant
NOTE: We are working on new guidelines for the RASF teacher grants program. Look for information to be shared soon.
For future reference, here are the application steps:
Review the Grant Application in PDF format to see the form in its entirety and gather all required information.
Once you have gathered the information, complete the online Grant Application.
Obtain approval of the grant request from your School Principal or Administrator. As a final step before submission of the online form, you will need to check a box indicating that you have received approval of your grant application.
Submit the completed Grant Application. Recipients are limited to district teachers, staff, administrators, students, or parents/community members involved in District 623 schools.
Please note, grants are typically awarded in the spring for the following school year. This timing allows teachers to be notified about their grants before summer break, giving staff more time to plan for the upcoming year. It also takes the pressure off in the fall, which we know is already a busy time for teachers who are gearing up for the year and focused on getting to know their students.
For more information, please email the Foundation or call (651) 604-3526.
Grant Spending and Evaluation
Note: Evaluations are due by May 30 of the grant year.