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The Spotsylvania Education Foundation SEED Grants are available to any employee of Spotsylvania County Schools in the amount of up to $500 for financial assistance for an activity that enhances professional growth. In accepting the assistance, the employee agrees to provide documentation of successful completion of the course to SEF to be considered for future SEED grants. SEED stands for Spotsylvania Endowment for Education Development. The purpose of the Spotsylvania Education Foundation’s SEED Grant program is to provide SCS staff funding for professional development, certifications, and college classes. The SEED grants will be distributed twice a year, once in the Fall and once in the Spring. The total number of grants is dependent upon fundraising and donations throughout the year as well as designated funds as determined by the SEF board. The SEED grant program’s fundraising, application dates, and review process are managed by the SEED Committee. The SEED Committee meets as needed to coordinate this program. Grant Applicant Process
Grant Review Process Grants are categorized by school level (Elementary, Middle, High) and staff. Grants may also be categorized by request. For example, if there are five grant requests for the same workshop/class/etc. In order to be considered, application, supporting materials, and reference letter must be received by the designated date. Other considerations:
The Committee will then present their grant recipient recommendations to the SEF board for final approval before announcing grant recipients.