Touchstone Energy Classroom Technology Grants
Through Touchstone Energy, HomeWorks Tri-County Electric Cooperative offers classroom grants to schools in our service area.
Applications for 2018 grants are available now. Applications must be received at our office by 5 p.m. Monday, January 15, 2018. Full instructions are available on the application form. Good luck!
For examples of recent grants, here are the schools and projects which received grants in 2017:
- $2,000 to Ashley Community Schools, to buy and mount a ceiling projector in the gym for community events;
- $2,000 to Beal City Elementary, to upgrade classroom projectors;
- $941.58 to Central Montcalm Elementary, to install an interactive whiteboard and purchase coding toys for preschoolers;
- $1,953.96 to Charlotte’s Parkview Elementary, to purchase engineering kits for all classrooms;
- $1,875.12 to Farwell Elementary, to add refurbished iPads and Osmo classroom kits in each kindergarten classroom;
- $2,000 to Fulton High School and Middle School, to update classroom projectors;
- $2,000 to Grand Ledge Neff Elementary, to provide alternative seating options for kindergarten classrooms;
- $1,800 to Ionia High School, to provide a power hookup to a donated industrial robotic arm;
- $1,099 to Lakeview Elementary and Middle schools, for schoolwide bullying prevention materials;
- $1,162.40 to Lakewood High School, to supply materials for their robotics team;
- $2,000 to Leslie’s Woodworth Elementary, to purchase Chromebooks for special needs students;
- $1,671.24 to Reed City Area Schools, to purchase headphones, programmable robots, and 3D printers for various grades;
- $2,000 to St. Michael School, Remus, to buy two iPads and Osmo kits to start a traveling classroom cart; and
- $2,000 to Vestaburg Community School, to upgrade the district announcement system and speakers with new safety technology.