Grants and Projects

Current Grants and Projects

The Educational Technology department is currently overseeing the implementation of the following grants and projects throughout SCUSD. A short description of each grant is included, along with links to grant sites.

Enhancing Education Through Technology

School Renovation Technology Grant

The School Renovation Technology Grant (SRTG), for Hardware Acquisition to Bring the Student-to-Computer Ration in 4th-8th Grade Classrooms to 10-to-1, states that a minimum of one hundred percent (100%) of the total amount of the SRTG grant must be obligated by Tuesday, September 330, 2003, and that the obligations must be made in accordance with all applicable requirements of the Federal Education Department Guidelines Administrative Regulations(EDGAR) under Title 34 Education. The Amount of actual obligations as of September 30, 2003 was $355,678.91

Funded Schools – SRTG

LEA: 67439 Sacramento City Unified
Total Award amount: $356,000

School Number of funded Computers Award
Bancroft Elementary 18 $36,000
Harkness Elementary 18 $36,000
Judah Elementary 30 $60,000
Lincoln Elementary 21 $42,000
Lisbon Elementary 27 $54,000
Marshall Elementary 28 $56,000
Morse Elementary 16 $32,000
Smith Elementary 20 $40,000

Enhancing Education Through Technology

Formula-funded grants:

The California Department of Education (CDE) is distributing to LEAs and eligible local partnerships in formula-funded grants through Title II, Part D, Enhancing Education Through Technology. Funds will be allocated based upon each LEA’s or at least one member of an eligible local partnership’s proportionate share of Title I funding. Formula Title II Part D is directly tied to the current district plan

LEA’s should be aware that No Child Left Behind requires local applications for Title II, Part D to address the requirements listed in the Technology Plan Requirements.

Competitive grants:

Current competitive grant is the EAST (Environmental and Spatial Technology) project at C.M. Goethe Middle School.

Visit the EETT web site for more information.