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  1. Grants By: Kailey Halliwell

  2. Carol M. White PEP Grant • The most well known Grant • Your school or organization could receive $100,000 to $750,000 • the average grant being $427,000 • Grant recipients must implement programs that help students make progress toward meeting state standards. • improve or maintain physical well-being Instruction in motor skills and physical activities • Development of, and instruction in, cognitive concepts about motor skills and physical fitness that support healthy lifestyles; • Opportunities to develop positive social and cooperative skills through physical activity participation • Instruction in healthy eating habits and good nutrition • Opportunities for professional development for physical education teachers to stay on top of current research, issues, and trends in physical education. • offers fitness plans for students, teachers, and families at the target schools. • providing funds for equipment, support, and the training and education of teachers and staff • Website: • Us department of education • You need to see if you qualify for grants

  3. AAHPERD Jump Rope For Heart Grant Program • The grant provides a one year AAHPERD membership, a trip to the AAHPERD National Convention, and a $1,200 US Games gift certificate to purchase equipment to enhance your physical education program. • This grant is supported by AAHPERD and is open to all individuals that have held a JRFH/HFH event within the last year.  • Have conducted a Jump Rope For Heart or Hoops For Heart event in the past year. • To apply you must: Submit a brief paper that: • Focus on the passion you, your students, your school, and/or your community has for JRFH/HFH • Summarize how the grant will enhance your school’s physical education program to support the NASPE Standards and Guidelines • Include a sample budget to support the program/equipment described in your paper (Include a lesson plan you have used in support of your JRFH and/or HFH event • Website:

  4. HIGHMARK Healthy High 5 • grant proposals for initiatives that improve nutrition education, enhance nutrition choices and provide opportunities for physical activities. • each school is eligible to receive up to 10,000 per year. • The schools that receive the grant are also allowed to apply for the grant each year. • they address five critical issues: nutrition, physical activity, self esteem, bullying prevention and grieving • since 2007 more than 750 school challenge grants have been awarded in 49 pa counties totaling more than 5.5 million bucks • all grants include an evaluation component that addresses atleast on of the following outcomes: • increase the minutes per week of physical activity • improve the fitness levels in students • expose students to activities that have the potential to instill lifetime healthy behaviors and motivate them to be more physically active. • Website:

  5. How are grants beneficial to physical education teachers? • Helps generate funds that you can not receive from your school or community • Stay up to date with new technology • Buying heart rate monitors, pedometers, ipod equipment, video equipment, fitnessgram, wii, DDR • New sporting equipment • New fitness machines • Can teach your students new healthy eating patterns

  6. Where you can find grants? • • • •