The Blair PTSA, through the PTSA Minigrant Program, is offering up to 3500 dollars in funding to school-supporting projects initiated by Blair staff, parents or guardians, students, and community members.
According to a letter from the PTSA, projects benefitting less than 500 students can request up to 200 dollars from the PTSA, while projects benefitting either the whole school, a whole grade, or at least 500 students can receive up to 500 dollars. Student or parent/guardian applicants are recommended to seek a teacher adviser. Proposals requesting funding are due by December 8.
Proposals will be reviewed by a PTSA minigrant committee, which will present its recommendations at the December 16 PTSA meeting.
The PTSA letter to Blair students and staff, as well as the application, can be downloaded by click here.
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