HeadsUp San Rafael Public Education Foundation

P.O. Box 150157, San Rafael, CA 94915

Tax ID# 94-2838374 

San Rafael City Schools: 

Bahia Vista, Coleman, DavidsonGlenwood, Laurel Dell, San Pedro, Short, Sun Valley, Venetia Valley, Madrone HS, San Rafael HS, and Terra Linda HS

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HeadsUp is part of Schools Rule Marin, a coalition of all Public Education Foundations in Marin County.

HeadsUp mini-grants support innovative site-based enrichment programs K–12 that affect significant numbers of students and build confidence, competence, and creativity. 
 
We're currently accepting applications for 2019–2020.
Click the appropriate link below to learn how to apply.
Submit your proposal no later than Friday, November 1, 2019
to HeadsUp via email to minigrant@headsupsr.org.
Grants will be awarded by November 15th.
 
Mini-Grant Application  •  Green Grant Application

Congratulations

Congratulations to our 2018–19 Teacher Mini-Grant Recipients!

ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

 

Emily Koller, Bahia Vista
Materials for science enrichment for fifth graders

 

Sarah Gaidano, Bahia Vista
Art supplies for a winter family crafting night for the whole community

 

Anelie Smith-Nelson, Bahia Vista
Listening center books for kindergarteners

 

Mary Kate Kenney, Coleman
Robot building kits for fifth graders

 

Danielle Diego, San Pedro
Transportation fee assistance for trip to Cal Academy

 

Veronica Reyes, San Pedro
Technology accessories for first graders

 

Pierre Littée, Bahia Vista
Materials for incorporating art lessons into the third-grade curriculum

 

Allison Franklin, Bahia Vista
Special assembly performance and art materials for kindergarteners

 

Blythe Osner, San Pedro
Art and drama materials to support the fifth-grade history curriculum

 

Allie Hoch, Venetia Valley
Art materials for first graders

 

Chris Browning, Coleman
Sports equipment to add new sports to PE​
 

MIDDLE SCHOOL

 

Maria Pusel, DMS and Laurel Dell
Art therapy materials

 

Matt McCabe, DMS

Software licenses for sixth grade technology enrichment

 

HIGH SCHOOL

 

C.J. Healy, SR
Sit-on kayaks to support PE sailing class

 

John Gilluly, SR & TL
Additional Spanish language materials for both libraries

 

Johanna Herrera, SR
New pottery smocks for ceramics students

 

Alani Coleman, SR
Wireless presenter remotes to enhance world language student presentations

 

Jessica Redding, SR
Fresh fruit and veggies for nutrition curriculum

 

Paula Nichols, TL
New reading materials for Career Counseling Center

 

Kathy Takemoto and Susan Tolchard, San Rafael Adult Education
Classroom books for adult learners

 

Alexis Morgan, Madrone
Funding for student milestone rewards

 

Elizabeth Galbreath, Katy Bernheim, Lisa Cummings, TL
Silkscreen printing exposure unit for art and graphic design classes

 

Kevin McSorley, SR
Manipulatives for math concepts

Green Grants

Congratulations to our 2018–19 Green Grant Recipients!

Sarah Gaidano, Bahia Vista
Funding to start Bahia Vista’s first student green team.  Activities will include a family education campaign and poster-making effort.

 

Sara Frack, TL
Anti-littering campaign will include data analysis from statistics class, poster design/production by graphic design class, with coordination by the Eco-Action Club at TL.

 

Annie Yi, SR
Materials for campus murals arounds a theme of environmental awareness.

 

Chippy Taylor, Duncan Stilson, Zoe McDonough, Millie Harrison, Izzy Shepler, Anna Foehr, MSEL
Materials to rebuild fencing, replace mulch and plants in MSEL garden.

 

Meredith Case, Katie Kurth, Allison Madden, Maddie Reyes, Malia Bekey, Morgan Hickey, MSEL
Materials to rebuild planting boxes, repair irrigation and provide plants and tools for a middle school education campaign.

Natalie Tar, Jessie Kamman, Emi Takaoka,
Lily Dahlgren, Claire Markowitz, Kyra Allen, Angela Retana, MSEL
Funding for green school supply initiative.

 

Nathan Pelle, Rosie Cohen, Avery Stanco,
Ali Smith, Nicole Chong, and En-Ya Zhang, MSEL

Funding for natural (and environmentally friendly) personal care product line of their own creation to be sold at farmer’s markets.  

 

Rhea McKenzie, Tessa Anderson, Fiona Whiteley, Tiansui Chu, Ryann Rosenstein, Tanner Martinez, Sofia Weinstein, MSEL
Materials for an education campaign about air quality issues.

 

Amelia Cabrales, Elisabeth Fox, Liliana Peixotto, Kela Cabrales, SR
Materials to start a smoothie garden at San Rafael High as part of Girl Scouts project.