SRP Classroom Connections
SRP Classroom Connections encompasses three of SRP's primary grant programs: Learning Grants by SRP, Social Studies Grants by SRP, and Powering Our Future Mini-Grants by SRP. SRP Classroom Connections is just one facet of SRP's expansive commitment to Arizona schools, which also includes:
- educator workshops
- scholarship opportunities
- partnerships on major educational events and projects
- distribution of complimentary educational materials, resources and curricula development tools
We invite you to explore SRP Classroom Connections. Also, if you wish to apply for an SRP Classroom Connections grant, please take a moment to review these grant-writing tips.
SRP offers a total of $200,000 in funding for three distinct grant programs through SRP Classroom Connections:
Learning Grants by SRP
These grants provide a unique opportunity that allows schools, teachers and students to develop projects and programs geared toward state-mandated competencies. Up to $5,000 per school can be used to support innovative teaching strategies that improve student performance objectives in math and science. Learn more.
Social Studies Grants by SRP
Social Studies Grants by SRP are offered to Arizona teachers of students grades K-12 for the enrichment and enhancement of classroom instruction. Grants are awarded to help educators present academic content and teach skills in the interrelated disciplines of history, geography, civics, government, and economics. Learn more.
Powering Our Future Mini-Grants by SRP
This 'green power' education program focuses on renewable energy technologies and energy conservation via Powering Our Future instructional materials offered by SRP and the Powering Our Future Web site. These comprehensive and interactive resources were created especially for Arizona teachers and students. Powering Our Future Mini-Grants are available to educators who wish to implement facets of this program in their classrooms. Learn more.
SRP Navajo Generating Station scholarship: This is a yearly scholarship available to members of the Navajo Nation who are pursuing higher education at an accredited college or university-level educational institution.