Grant Applications

Deadlines

Fall application deadline for projects beginning in January
received in the Office by 4:30 pm on the 2nd Friday in November

Spring application deadline for projects beginning in September
received in the Office by 4:30 pm on the 2nd Friday in April

Application Forms


Click to download an application form (English / French)

Rubric

Click to download a PDF of the Sheonoroil Projects Rubric (English / French)

CATEGORY

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Meets actual school/campus needs

 

 

Project determined by current research within the school/campus context to address issue of violence.

Project determined by past research within the school/campus context to adequately address the issue of violence. 

Project determined by making a guess at what school/campus community needs and may adequately address the issue of violence.

School/campus needs secondary to what project outlines and does not address the issue of violence.

Coordinated with school/campus community and/or broader community

Active, direct collaboration with school/campus community by applicant.

Some collaboration with school/campus community by applicant.

 

Little collaboration with school/campus community by applicant.

No collaboration with school/campus community by applicant.

Improves quality of life for school/campus community

 

Facilitates change or insight; help alleviate violence, solve a problem; meet a need or address an issue.

Change enhanced to help alleviate violence in school/campus and benefits can be realized. 

Changes mainly decorative, but new and unique benefits may be realized.

 

Changes mainly decorative, but limited school/campus community benefit.

 

Creativity

 

Project shows a large amount of original thought. Ideas are creative and inventive.

Project shows some original thought. Work shows new ideas and insights.

 

Uses other people's ideas (giving them credit), but there is little evidence of original thinking. 

Uses other people's ideas, but does not give them credit. No evidence of original thinking.

Project budget follows guidelines and is aligned with the project

Budget supports approved resources.

 

 

Budget supports most approved resources.

 

 

Budget supports few approved resources.

 

 

Budget does not support approved resources.