Classroom Connections

SRP offers a total of $200,000 in direct classroom funding annually through three distinct Classroom Connections grant programs.

SRP also offers funding to schools and nonprofit organizations in the education field via Corporate Contributions. Scholarships for members of the Navajo Nation are available through the Navajo Generating Station Navajo Scholarship.

Learning Grants Social Studies Grants Powering Our Future Mini-Grants
Description Grants to allow schools, teachers and students to develop projects and programs geared toward state-mandated competencies. Funds can be used to support innovative teaching strategies that improve student performance objectives in math and science. Grants are awarded to help educators present academic content and teach skills in the interrelated disciplines of history, geography, civics, government, and economics. Mini-grants for teachers grade 4-12 to purchase supplementary materials and supplies to teach the hands-on components of the Powering Our Future curriculum. Powering Our Future in-service workshops are offered regularly.
Award Up to $5,000 per school. Up to $2,000 per school. Up to $350 per teacher.
Eligibility All educators in metropolitan Phoenix, Pinal County, Gila County, Yavapai County, Page and St. Johns. All educators in metropolitan Phoenix, Pinal County, Gila County, Yavapai County, Page and St. Johns. Any educator who has completed a Powering Our Future workshop
Application period November 1-March 31 November 1-March 31 Year-round
Additional information • 2014-15 recipients
• Grant-writing tips
• 2014-15 recipients
• Judging criteria
• Grant-writing tips
• Grant-writing tips
Apply now

Learning Grants

Description: Grants to allow schools, teachers and students to develop projects and programs geared toward state-mandated competencies. Funds can be used to support innovative teaching strategies that improve student performance objectives in math and science.
Award:Up to $5,000 per school.
Eligibility: All educators in metropolitan Phoenix, Pinal County, Gila County, Yavapai County, Page and St. Johns.
Application period: November 1-March 31
Additional information: 2014-15 recipientsGrant-writing tips

Social Studies Grants

Description: Grants are awarded to help educators present academic content and teach skills in the interrelated disciplines of history, geography, civics, government, and economics.
Award:Up to $2,000 per school.
Eligibility: All educators in metropolitan Phoenix, Pinal County, Gila County, Yavapai County, Page and St. Johns.
Application period: November 1-March 31
Additional information: 2014-15 recipientsJudging criteriaGrant-writing tips

Powering Our Future Mini-Grants

Description: Mini-grants for teachers grade 4-12 to purchase supplementary materials and supplies to teach the hands-on components of the Powering Our Future curriculum. Powering Our Future in-service workshops are offered regularly.
Award: Up to $350 per teacher.
Eligibility: Any educator who has completed a Powering Our Future workshop.
Application period: Year-round
Additional information: Grant-writing tips

Apply now

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