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FedEx Office Donates $10,000 in Printing to Middletown City Schools in Support of Students Impacted by Pandemic

Middletown City Schools |

Through Future Ready Schools®, an initiative of the nonprofit Alliance for Excellent Education, FedEx Office is donating $10,000 in printing services each to 10 school districts in communities across the United States.

Each of the 10 school districts will be able to select the FedEx Office services that will meet their individual printing needs most supportive to students.

CPS: Ohio Department of Education Awards PIE with RemotEDx Subgrant

Cincinnati-based Partnership for Innovation in Education (PIE) recently received a RemotEDx subgrant from the Ohio Department of Education (ODE) for its case-based STEM programs intended to enhance the in-classroom and remote learning of students in Cincinnati Public Schools and throughout the Greater Cincinnati region.

PIE is one of 17 non-profit and community-based organizations to receive the $150,000 total awarded from the ODE from the Ohio CARES Act funds as part of the ODE’s RemotEDx initiative, which brings together remote, hybrid and blended learning partners from across the state to help schools and districts enhance, expand and more effectively scale high-quality remote, hybrid and blended education delivery models.

Winton Woods Child Nutrition Department Receives Grants

Winton Woods City Schools |

From creating a Nutrition is the Mission meal distribution bus to implementing a new menu of fresh fruits and vegetables for elementary students’ daily snack time, it is no secret that Winton Woods City Schools prioritizes providing nutritious meals for all students.

These are a few of many reasons why the department received the No Kid Hungry Emergency Grant from the Children’s Hunger Alliance (CHA) and the GenYouth Covid 19 Emergency School Nutrition Relief grant from the HC Schott Family Foundation.

Grants to help Centerville City Schools effort to mentor, attract diverse staff members

Tiffany Denen, WKEF/WRGT |

Centerville City Schools learned in the past week that it would receive the Diversifying the Education Profession Grant, which is a three-year grant totaling $65,000. It will allow Centerville Schools to offer additional professional development around DEI topics, as well as to expand its mentor program to include minority teaching students from the University of Dayton.

Deer Park: Amity Students Build Virtual Library

A group of students at Amity Elementary known as the Website Wizards have been diligently working on a project to give K-6th grade students access to a virtual library featuring student authors, students reading some of their favorite books, and access to full versions of popular books worldwide.

The project was funded through a grant from the Greater Cincinnati Foundation called Learning Links, which allows students to create interesting projects in the classroom.

CNE: $420,000 U.S. Justice Department Grant Will Help Support Suicide Awareness

Clermont Northeastern Schools |

CNE will receive $420,000 over three years to help train staff, students, and parents about suicide awareness. The grant will also help study and improve school climate, culture and safety District Dean of Students T.J. Dorsey said the grant will complement CNE’s restorative practices and circles initiatives and fits well with the new Mercy Health School Health Center that opened on campus in September.

Indian Hill High School/Great Oaks robotics students earn P&G grant

Indian Hill High School (IHHS) congratulates the IHHS/Great Oaks Robotics Team for earning a $900 grant from P&G. The funds will allow students to invest in supplies to expand and improve the Robotics Team by purchasing needed supplies, increasing student involvement, and allowing for further outreach to Indian Hill Middle School student in order to promote involvement in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM).

$1.35 Million in RemotEDx Microgrants for Nonprofit or Community-based Remote Education Partners

RemoteEdX – Ohio Department of Education |

RemotEDx, Ohio’s suite of remote learning supports, is announcing plans to offer a new funding opportunity aimed at building and strengthening nonprofit and community-based partnerships supporting underserved students. These microgrants will be available to nonprofit organizations partnering with a school, district, or consortium of schools or districts to help improve, enhance, and enrich remote caring, teaching, and learning opportunities for Ohio’s most underserved students.

Philanthropy Ohio and ODE Announce Grants from The Collaborative Fund for Educating Remotely and Transforming Schools


Philanthropy Ohio and the Ohio Department of Education are pleased to announce grants awarded to 28 projects, totaling just over $3.1 million and benefitting approximately 788,331 students across Ohio, through the Collaborative Fund for Educating Remotely and Transforming Schools (the Collaborative Fund). This public-private partnership aims to help schools and districts improve remote education practices and outcomes and to use remote education as a catalyst for re-imagining and re-engineering the delivery of high-quality caring , teaching and learning opportunities for Ohio’s underserved students.

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