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Innovative Grant Award

Innovative Grant

The Wisconsin Title I Association is a small group of committed educators who volunteer their time to ensure high quality professional development, networking and support of Title I teachers and programming throughout the state. The Innovative Project Grant is designed to support Title I programming that is unique; programming that clearly shows people thinking outside of the box.

The grant awards, in the amount of $2000, are announced each year at the Wisconsin Title I Conference.  If you are a member and would like to submit a proposal, please use this link for directions.  Deadline for proposals is March 1.

Below are previous winners of the WTIA Innovative Grant.  

Contact Lisa Arneson with any questions -

Summer 2017 Grant Winner
River Heights School, Menomonie - "Mind Up" curriculum - strategies for learning and living.

2017 Grant Winners
    Keshena Primary School - My Learning Box - Books and materials in a box that parents could use at home to support their child's learning.

    Arcadia Elementary School - Give Me Five program - Materials are provided for support to parents for five minutes of math and literacy practice at home.

2016 Grant Winners
        Mauston School District - Summer reading project with book boxes and bags to reduce summer slide.

        Bonduel School District - Parent Involvement in Developing a Growth Mindset. Click here for more information.

2015 Grant Winners

Galesville-Ettrick-Trempealeau - Summer Reading Program - Book Kits with a parent/family involvement component.  Click here to see a short video on their project.

Reedsburg - “Into the Woods with Books” will involve setting up libraries for the summer at their Outdoor Learning Center. Click here for more details.

2014 Grant Winners
Click here to read about Oconto's Adventure Pack grant project.
Click here to read about Tomah's Gardening grant project.

Contact Grant Coordinator: Lisa Arneson, CESA 3, 1300 Industrial Drive, Fennimore, WI 53809,