Teacher Grants

  As part of its mission, and in accordance with the organization's desire to contribute to its home community, the Craftworkers' Guild makes available grants of up to $500 to teachers within the Bedford School District, for the purpose of supporting and encouraging the integration of arts in the curriculum.

Eligibility:  Teachers working with the Bedford School District may apply for funds to support projects involving their students.

Check back for the 2020 Teacher Grant Application.  
The completed application is due back by mid-October.

2019 Grant Recipients include:

Bedford's McKelvie Intermediate School.  
Teachers Kelley Parnell and Jeremy Opitz were awarded $150 to support the integration of the arts into the academic curriculum to support emotional learning. 
Photo:  Carol Davis, The Craftworkers' Guild President, Kelly Parnell, Teacher and Principal Jennifer Asdot.

    Bedford's Peter Woodbury Elementary School
Teacher Jantina Stallone was awarded $400 to support the second year of a "Cross-Stitch Club" in grades 2 and 3.  This activity is a very clever way to support basic skill building in the S.T.E.A.M. (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Math) curriculum. 
Photo:  Carol Davis, The Craftworkers' Guild President, and Jantina Stallone, Teacher.  Principal Cheryl Daley was not available.