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Grants About Us
Our Purpose
Provide leadership, guidance and support for Milwaukee Public Schools in developing their potential to garner additional competitive financial and nonfinancial external resources in support of student achievement and staff development.
Services Available:
  • Onboarding
  • Monitoring
  • Facilitate Basics of Grant Writing professional development several times per year.
  • Facilitate Online Basics of Grant Writing Course
  • Participate in school-based grant team meetings
  • Identify resources for locating potential funding sources
  • Provide updated list of funding sources on the MPS Portal
  • Facilitate Grants Listserv
  • Assist in proposal development, including budget
  • Provide feedback on draft proposals
  • Assist in packaging and uploading proposals
Please submit a Grant Intent Form to the Grants Development staff if you would like to apply for a grant. Staff is encouraged to pursue funding opportunities that are aligned to the District's goal and priorities School Improvement Plans.
 
Grant Contacts
Contact Information

Marie Thompson
Manager
414-475-8203

thompsmx@milwaukee.k12.wi.us
Gretchen Schuldt
Development Coordinator
414-475-8712

schuldgl@milwaukee.k12.wi.us
Jennifer Roberts
Development Coordinator-Curriculum
414-475-8696

robertjl@milwaukee.k12.wi.us
Jace Williams
Secretary
414-475-8260

willia54@milwaukee.k12.wi.us
Grants - ESEA
Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA)

The Office of Grants Development supports the development of the District's Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) Consolidation Plan.

The Districts ESEA funding supports the following activities aimed at improving student achievement levels:
  • providing professional development for district and school level staff.
  • using data to inform instruction.
  • implementing and analyzing a variety of formative, summative benchmark assessments and standards-based classroom assessments.
  • reducing class size in elementary grades.
  • providing summer school for non-proficient students.
  • Providing access to equitable services and materials.
  • Ensuring students are taught by highly qualified teachers.
  • Providing extra supports for students as the transition school levels.
  • Support parental involvement activities.

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Milwaukee Public Schools, Wisconsin’s largest school district, is expanding college and career readiness efforts and continuing to implement innovative reforms that give every student the opportunity to succeed. MPS’ high-quality school options for 3-year-olds to high school seniors feature school climates in which positive behavior is reinforced; certified, highly-trained teachers; 21st-century learning technology for students; and curriculum aligned to the rigorous Common Core State Standards, which set a clear, high bar for the topics students must master at each grade level. MPS’ graduation rate is 14 points higher than the rate for the Class of 2000, its The Class of 2013 earned $24 million in scholarships and the district is home to some of the state’s best high schools according to the Washington Post and U.S. News and World Report. Visit mpsmke.com/news to learn more about MPS.


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