We are thrilled to announce teacher mini grants and green grants are back and applications are open! We're currently accepting applications for 2021–2022.
HeadsUp will award mini-grants of up to $500 to support school enrichment in the arts, technology, health and literacy.
HeadsUp will award green grants of up to $1000 to support earth-friendly projects and supplies that help SRCS schools consume fewer resources, produce less pollution and waste, and teach ecological responsibility.
Click the appropriate link below to learn how to apply.
Mini-Grant Application • Green Grant Application
Proposals will be accepted from teachers, principals, consultants and program coordinators at all San Rafael City Schools (SRCS) K-12.
Additionally, students may also apply for green grants.
Grant submissions will be evaluated by a panel of HeadsUp board members.
Submit your proposal no later than November 1, 2021 to HeadsUp via email to email@example.com. Grants will be awarded by November 15th.
Congratulations to our 2019–20 Teacher Mini-Grant Recipients!
Alexandra Campos, Venetia Valley
Pepe Gonzalez, Short School
12-week dance program
Allie Hoch, Venetia Valley
Materials for Writer’s Workshop program
Jessica Holloway, San Pedro
Transportation for trip to Slide Ranch
Pierre Littee, Bahia Vista
Mastering Math Musical drama performance
Vanessa Nunez, Laurel Dell
Eli Paris, Venetia Valley
Mosaic Outdoor School program
Yolanda Roose, San Pedro
Sheila Torres, Venetia Valley
Spanish language books for bilingual learners
Maria Velarde, San Pedro
Art easel for Transitional Kindergarten class
Sarah Zykanov, San Pedro
Sand and water table for Transitional Kindergarten class
Mateo Dillaway, Venetia Valley
Sectional music instruction for band
Matt McCabe, Davidson Middle School
Computer parts and VR headset for student-designed virtual reality projects
Karla Oseguera & Codie Cox, Davidson Middle School
Transportation for AVID college trips
Josh Powell, Davidson Middle School
Transportation for art class trips to museums
Katy Bernheim, Terra Linda High School
Tripod for art and photography classes
Nichole Caiocca, San Rafael High School
AP statistics camp at Walker Creek
Joan Deamer, San Rafael High School
Curtains for “Bulldawg Theatre”
Johanna Herrera, San Rafael High School
Electric kiln for ceramics
Amy Martinez, Terra Linda High School
Transportation for DeYoung Museum trip
Kevin McSorley, San Rafael High School
Arduino microcontrollers for computers class
Jenna Miller (student) and Teagen Leonhart, Terra Linda High School
Equipment for student-run video news bulletins
Kathy Takemoto & Susana Tolchard, San Rafael High School, Adult Ed
Science books and materials