Classroom Grants

2022 Classroom Grants are now open! Apply today. Applications due by January 12, 2022

$54,922 to Snohomish School District Classrooms
The Snohomish Education Foundation (SEF) recently awarded 84 classroom grants to Snohomish School District teachers and staff totaling $54,922 for 2021. The Foundation was able to fund 98 percent of the applications received. Due to COVID-19 restrictions in district classrooms, the awards were recently delivered by SEF Executive Director, Ken Hammond to all school principals in the Snohomish School District.
Sadie Brumley and her students, “virtually” from Cathcart Elementary
Thank you so much for the generous grant for AIM High School! I just placed the order for new books for their first ever library! I am very excited for this grant especially because it means the beginning of a new library for a school! Thank you and the board! Thank you SO much!”
Jodie Caldwel, Cascade View and Park Way Campus Teacher Librarian

These have been challenging times and definitely resilience building for us all. I appreciate the generous funding to help teachers access important support for providing their services.”
Christy Generous, Little Cedars Elementary Speech Language Pathologist/Audiologist

“AIM Art students are each contributing to a collaborative project that will be displayed at school once completed. The SEF Grant provides materials for students to continue to explore creative activities that promote their well-being and resiliency.”
Heather Hunsberger Art Teacher, AIM High School
“Through the tremendous generosity of our donors and the great support of our community, the Snohomish Education Foundation was able to award a generous amount this year in classroom grants. The Foundation and our classroom grant program are proud to support more students in the Snohomish community than any other organization. We thank everyone who has contributed to the great success of the program.”
Steve Thomas, Chairman, SEF Classroom Grant Committee
The 2021 grants will improve student learning in literacy, science, technology, special education, and math. Since the program began in 1996, the Snohomish Education Foundation has funded over $954,000 to 1,814 teachers and staff in the Snohomish School District.

The Snohomish Education Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to supporting student success through scholarships, classroom grants, district grants, and the Hansen Shoe Fund. As a community-based organization, the Foundation relies on private donors and volunteers to carry out their mission of fostering learning by expanding opportunities for Snohomish School District students. For more information, visit

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