Mini Grant Program

Mini Grants fund and supplement innovation and technology in our schools. More than $15,000 in the past two years have been awarded for iPads in classroom centers, murals at the middle school, incentives to bolster positive behavior at every grade level, innovative classroom learning tools,  flexible seating for special education classrooms, and even drone technology for GIS mapping in forensic science classes.  See our list of Mini-Grant winners below.  

Download the Mini Grant Guidelines and Application


Congratulations to our Mini Grant Recipients



  • Jaime Marshall, Susquehanna Township HS

    • Breakout.edu Innovation Games

  • Kara Brady, Sara Lindemuth/Anna Carter ES

    • Monthly Community Building Project for the PBIS program

  • Brent Endy, Sara Lindemuth/Anna Carter ES

    • Resources for a pilot project working with student social & emotion needs

  • Kate Searfoos, Susquehanna Township MS

    • Art supplies for the Mural club

  • Fred Rogers, Susquehanna Township HS

    • Electronics kits for Tech classrooms

  • Scott Lindsay/Jason Berry, Susquehanna Township HS

    • Field trip funding for PBIS program incentives

  • Jess Jacobs, Susquehanna Township HS

    • Breakout.edu Innovation Games

  • Emiliy Menario, Thomas Holtzman Jr. ES

    • Innovative supplies for the sensory room

  • Cara Klinger, Sara Lindemuth/Anna Carter ES

    • Resources to support an Math Peer Learning Community

  • MaryPat Evans, Susquehanna Township HS

    • Quadcopter Drone for use in the Forensics Science lab and beyond

  • Wendy Swiegart, Susquehanna Township HS

    • Visiting Artist Series for the student in the School of the Arts

  • Mark Billante/Mary Beth Graham, Susquehanna Township HS

    • Resources for the Robotics Club

  • Jen Hotsko/Jen Mariano, Sara Lindemuth/Anna Carter ES

    • Enrichment activities to support their existing reading program



  • Jackie Palmeri, Thomas W. Holtzman Jr. Elementary School

    • iPads for her classroom listening center

  • Jaime Marshall, Susquehanna Township High School

    • Innovative text for staff

  • Positive Behavior Intervention Support (PBIS), the entire School District

    • Provide funding for support of the PBIS program in all four District Buildings

  • Hanna Layton, Thomas W. Holtzman Jr. Elementary School.

    • Flexible seating for three special education classrooms