Apply for a Runkle PTO Grant

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PTO Grant Applications Wanted!

Do you have a great idea you’d like to see come to life at school? Do you need money to get started? If you have a great idea for a project and need funding, you are invited to fill out the PTO Grant form by filling out the form below, downloading the PTO Grant Application Form 2017-2018 to submit a paper copy to the main office, or emailing it to the PTO Grant Committee Chair, Lynne Chuang at (lchuang null@null aquent

Your name(s) required

Your role (teacher, parent/grade) required

Your email required

Phone number(s) required

What would you like to be funded?

What is the cost of what you are requesting?

Is there town-wide funding available (via principal/curriculum coordinator) ?
 Yes No

What student groups/grades will benefit?

Do you need help with any part of your idea? What kind of help?

Please describe your proposal. What do you hope to achieve with it? What is the timeline of your idea? (Please add links to any websites that help explain your proposal and/or attach supporting materials below.)

Attach optional supporting material

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PTO Grants:

  • will be awarded in amounts from $100 to $2,000
  • may be applied for by teachers and parents
  • must be for programs, events or materials that directly benefit Runkle students
  • must benefit a group of students – not an individual
  • must be used in the school year in which they are awarded
  • may not be used for teacher training or education
  • must not be currently supported by the PTO or school budget
  • are one-time grants and will not carry over into future years

Grants should benefit the Runkle community; both parents and staff may apply. In the last few years, the Runkle PTO Grants Committee has funded a variety of interesting ideas across all grades.

Apply now! Questions: contact Lynne Chuang at (lchuang null@null aquent


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