Application & Forms
Application Guidelines and Form
We highly suggest for all new teachers attend a Service Learning Application Workshop before applying.
Service Learning Awards are non-competitive. Schools and teachers may submit more than one service learning award application. Award applications are due in the spring, for the following school year. Applications for the 2019-2020 school year are due May 3, 2019 by 4:00 p.m. All applicants and principals will receive a status of application letter in August of 2019. Approved schools will receive a service learning award check issued on September 10, 2019 at the annual Service Learning Event. The Service Learning Team will visit your plan once it is underway. Please keep in touch to let us know how your service learning plans are progressing. You can reach us by phone or email. Other guidelines for the application are found in the link below:
Note: All guidelines on how to complete these forms are in Adobe and require an Adobe reader. If you do not have a reader, you can download one for free at this trusted site. All forms provided below are based in Microsoft Office Word 1997-2003 document.
Guidelines and Forms for Current Service Learning Awardees
Any changes made to a current award (change in budget, service partner, or curriculum changes) must fill out a changes form and submit it to Jonathan or Tina BEFORE the change is made. Guidelines are found below:
Expenditure Report Form
All current awardees must fill out an expenditure report that highlights the service learning project and amount spent. Guidelines are found below:
As an added incentive, a "Principal's Award" of $1,000 is given to each school that is awarded funding for one or more service learning projects. There is no application for these funds, they are automatically given to all service learning awarded schools. These are unrestricted funds to service either the betterment of the students, the service learning program or the school. The Principal’s Award Report is due May 3, 2019 by 4:00 p.m., for all schools receiving a 2018-2019 school year service learning award.
Educational visits to The National World War II Museum and the Audubon Institute are offered by the Brown Foundation to all classes receiving a Service Learning Award. Groups are invited as our guest to visit the Butterfly Garden and Insectarium, Aquarium, The National World War II Museum including the Beyond All Boundaries movie. As a treat to all funded schools, your group may visit one or more sites.
Details and reservation forms were mailed to all qualifying and participating 2018-2019 schools in September 2018. Schools must use required forms to receive free group admission. Please follow instructions and have students send thank you notes to the Joe W. and Dorothy Dorsett Brown Foundation's President, Edwin Ford Hunter III in care of our mailing address.