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Students benefit from a wide array of technology based intervention programs during the school day.

Students benefit from a wide array of technology based intervention programs during the school day.

“The Resource program has helped me a lot. It gives me a quiet place to focus and work. They teach me an easier way to learn if I don’t get something. They always help me and make sure that I have all my homework and books. They encourage me to do my best. They also give me a chance to move around which helps me focus. If we did not have the Resource program or the teachers that work in the resource room, I would not have been as successful as I am now. “

-6th grade Resource Student at St. John the Baptist, Newburgh

Application

 

Levels of Support

 

Deadline

Please Click here for a copy of the 2018-2019 Destination: Innovation Classroom Grant Application Program

Marian Educational Outreach is willing to award grants to Diocesan resource teachers and administrators at the following levels:

  • Level One (Up to $1000): For a single resource program and/or project

  • Level Two ($1000-$4000): For the collaboration of General and Special Education Teachers’ project in one school and/or for the collaboration of resource program projects in 2 or more schools.

Applications are due by November 16th at 5:00 pm to arkeith@evdio.org.

The application process is closed for the 2018-2019 school year.

 

Congratulations to the Following Schools:

Winners of a Destination: Innovation Classroom Grant for 2018-2019

St. Benedict Cathedral School

St. John the Baptist School

Holy Redeemer School

St. James School

We were able to award over $6,000 to these worthy schools for projects benefiting not only students with special needs, but their entire student body!