Updated: Nov 19, 2021
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Mrs. Chelsea Grieb's Health Occupations Teacher, was awarded a 2020 Mini-Grant for the Central Mountain Faculty & Staff Health Day. The intent of the project was to teach KCSD future leaders in medicine all aspects of working in a healthcare setting, including communication, professionalism, and infection control.
Classroom Mini-Grants are intended to help our educators fulfill unmet needs inside and outside the classroom.
The Keystone Central Foundation Board of Directors met this week and voted to make the LaRue Hinchcliffe Stars in the Classroom Mini-Grants available on a rolling basis, effective immediately. There will be no deadlines and applications will be reviewed by the Committee upon receipt. An updated application can be downloaded below.
This decision was reached in an effort to better meet the needs of our teachers and provide the maximum support for our students.