Grant Reporting Form

Operating with the purpose of coordinating, streamlining, and supporting FMS grant development activities and procedures


Home Grant Award News Grant Reporting Form Farmington Municipal Schools is now requiring that all grant proposal/application activities be reported, electronically, at least three weeks before the grant deadline/submittal date.  In other words, if you are a Farmington Municipal School district or school employee who is in the process of writing a proposal or application for grant funding, you must complete the grant reporting form found on this page. After you complete and electronically submit the form below, the information will be reviewed by the district Administrative Grant Planning Committee.  Please do not submit the grant before you have received an approval from the committee.  The Grant Contracts Manager (Robert Emerson) will contact you within a few days to inform you of your approval status. 

Check out the grant procedural flowchart for additional information on this process. 


Electronic Grant Report Form

Please complete the form below and click the submit button.  If there is a problem with the form, please let us know (Robert Emerson).

1. Funding entity name (who are you submitting the grant to?)

2. Competition name (what is the name of the grant opportunity assigned by the funding entity?)

3. What is the name and title of the individual(s) writing the grant proposal/application?

4. What is the phone number of the grant writer?

5. What is the e-mail address of the grant writer?

6. What school or department is the grant for (where will the money go?)

7. What is the deadline date or submission date of the grant?

8. Briefly describe the program being proposed in the grant (who, what, where, when, why).

9. Briefly describe how the grant funds will be used (materials, supplies, stipends, etc.).

10. Briefly describe how the grant funds will be used to compensate existing or new personnel, if applicable.

11. Approximately how much money will be requested in the grant?

12. What school and/or district EPPS goal(s) will be addressed if the grant is awarded?

13. What school and/or district EPPS objective(s) will be addressed if the grant is awarded?

14. List the district and school administrators you are working with regarding the development of this grant proposal/application.

The information that you provide in this form will be reviewed by the district Administrative Grant Planning Committee.  Please do not submit the grant before you have received an approval from the committee.  The Grant Contracts Manager (Robert Emerson) will contact you within a few days to inform you of your approval status. 

Check out the grant procedural flowchart for additional information on the grant writing and reporting procedures for Farmington Municipal Schools.

 

 
 

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