• Current Competitive Grants

     

    21st Century Community Learning Centers Grant

    FY19-24 / $3,250,000 Total / $650,000 Per Year

    United States Department of Education through the Alaska Department of Education and Early Development

    Provides extra academic support and enrichment for students who may be struggling at Anne Wien Elementary, Denali Elementary, Hunter Elementary, Joy Elementary, Lathrop High, Nordale Elementary, North Pole Elementary, and Ticasuk Brown Elementary. 

    Alaska Comprehensive Literacy Development Grant 

    FY20-24 / $1,480,000 Total / $270,000 - $400,000 Per Year 

    United States Department of Education through the Alaska Department of Education and Early Development

    Funds are used to develop and implement the comprehensive FNSBSD Literacy Plan. A grant-funded Literacy Coach leads systematic professional development in resources and intervention programs to foster literacy learning.

    Alaska Pre-Elementary Grant

    FY20 / $300,000 Total 

    Alaska Department of Education and Early Development

    Promotes school readiness and positive outcomes for 4 and 5-year-old children participating in the Ready Raven summer program at Hunter Elementary and Midnight Sun Elementary.

    Alaska Trauma Recovery in Schools Trauma Recovery Demonstration Grant 

    FY20-24 / $250,300 Total / $50,060 Per Year

    Alaska Department of Education and Early Development

    Provides trauma-specific mental health services for low-income at-risk students by placing licensed clinicians at Arctic Light Elementary, Hunter Elementary, Ryan Middle, and Lathrop High. A grant-funded Coordinator supports the clinicians, refers additional off-site clinical services as needed, and provides trauma-informed programming.

    Bree's Law Grant

    FY20 / $14,500 Total 

    Alaska Department of Education and Early Development

    Reimburses district staff for travel to assist the state in the development of training for teachers, present at statewide trainings, and/or attend state-sponsored professional development workshops

    Community Oriented Policing Services Office STOP School Violence: School Violence Prevention Program Grant 

    FY20-21 / $500,000 Total

    United States Department of Justice Office of Community Oriented Policing Services

    Funding to purchase and install locks, lighting, and video surveillance equipment at 36 schools. A grant-funded Data and Communication Wire Installer installs visitor screening systems at schools. 

    DoDEA 1:1 iPad Grant

    FY15-20 / $1,500,000 Total / $300,000 Per Year 

    United States Department of Defense Education Activity

    Provides an iPad for each first through third grade student, teacher, and instructional support staff at five local military-connected elementary schools including Anderson, Arctic Light, Crawford, Ladd, and Midnight Sun Elementary.

    DoDEA DIPLOMAS Grant

    FY17-22 / $1,000,000 Total / $200,000 Per Year

    United States Department of Defense Education Activity

    Supports the implementation of personalized learning and College and Career Readiness at military-connected schools including Ben Eielson Junior/Senior High, North Pole High, North Pole Middle, Tanana Middle, and Lathrop High.

    DoDEA Project 360 Grant

    FY16-21 / $1,500,000 Total / $300,000 Per Year

    United States Department of Defense Education Activity

    Provides social emotional supports to students, teachers, and families at Anderson, Midnight Sun, Crawford, North Pole, Salcha, and Ticasuk Brown Elementary Schools, the Fairbanks BEST Homeschool, Ben Eielson Junior/Senior High School, North Pole Middle School, and North Pole High School.

    DoDEA Step Up To STEM Grant

    FY18-23 / $1,000,000 Total / $200,000 Per Year 

    United States Department of Defense Education Activity

    Funds are used to expand Science Technology Engineering and Math learning at military-connected schools including Arctic Light Elementary, Ladd Elementary, and Tanana Middle School.   

    McKinney-Vento Homeless Education Grant

    FY21-23 / $90,000 Total / $30,000 Per Year 

    Alaska Department of Education and Early Development

    Provides monitoring of the academic progress of students experiencing homelessness, coordinates academic and social-emotional learning support for homeless youth in kindergarten through 12th grade, with a focus on high school. 

    Migrant Literacy Grant

    FY20 / $19,995 Total 

    United States Department of Education through the Alaska Department of Education and Early Development

    Funds are used to purchase magazine subscriptions, books, and other reading materials for year-round reading for migrant students and migrant-eligible siblings.

    Migrant Parent Advisory Council Grant 

    FY20 / $5,000

    United States Department of Education through the Alaska Department of Education and Early Development

    Funds the statewide Migrant Parent Advisory Council member to travel to the Alaska Migrant Education Council meetings and the National Migrant Education Conference.

    Suicide Awareness Prevention and Postvention Grant

    FY19-21 / $75,000 Total / $25,000 Per Year

    Alaska Department of Education and Early Development

    Supports expanded implementation of Trauma-Informed Schools, offers suicide prevention training for student peer leaders and adult advisors from secondary school, delivers the Signs of Suicide curriculum, and facilitates student-generated suicide prevention messaging campaigns.

    Strengthening Career and Technical Education for 21st Century Non-Traditional Occupations Grant 

    FY20-22 / $90,000 Total / $30,000 Per Year 

    Alaska Department of Education and Early Development

    Improves gender equity and representation in targeted occupational fields that are identified as important to the current and future state economy by offering recruitment events, inspirational guest speakers, and internships for 7-12th grade female students interested in STEM/technical careers.

    Title I-D Subpart 2 Neglected & Delinquent Competitive Grant 

    FY20-22 / $240,000 Total / $80,000 Per Year 

    United States Department of Education

    Provides transition services for students from Fairbanks Youth Facility in accordance with State-approved plan. A Social Services manager funded 0.50 by this grant provides the required transition support, including academic and transition success monitoring.

     

Last Modified on June 24, 2020