O’Neill Public Schools

O’Neill Public Schools received a $25,000 grant to serve:

O’Neill Elementary School

 

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North Platte Public Schools

North Platte Public Schools received a $30,000 grant to serve four sites:

Buffalo Elementary School
Jefferson Elementary School
Lincoln Elementary School
Washington Elementary School

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Kearney Public Schools

Kearney Public Schools received a $22,003 grant to serve two sites:

Northeast Elmentary Scool
Sunrise Middle School

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Lincoln Community Learning Centers/Lincoln Community Foundation

Lincoln Community Learning Centers/Lincoln Community Foundation received a $47,552 grant to serve four sites:

Hartley Elementary School
Lakeview Elementary School
Culler Middle School and
Park Middle School

Lincoln Community Learning Centers/Lincoln Community Foundation received a $28,975 grant to serve three sites:

Dawes Middle School
Goodrich Middle School
North Star High School

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Crete Public Schools

Crete Public Schools received an $11,894 grant to serve two sites:

Crete Intermediate School
Crete Middle School

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Garden County Schools

Garden County Schools received a $17,424 grant to serve:

Garden County Elementary School

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Chadron Public Schools

Chadron Public Schools

Chadron Public Schools received a $10,000 grant to serve:

Chadron Middle School

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Collective for Youth – Omaha

Collective for Youth in Omaha received a $31,659 grant to serve seventeen sites:

Bancroft Elementary School
Belvedere Elementary School
Castelar Elementary School
Central Park Elementary School
Gilder Elementary School
Hartman Elementary School
Highland Elementary School
Indian Hill Elementary School
Howard Kennedy Elementary School
King Elementary School
Liberty Elementary School
Miller Park Elementary School
Saratoga Elementary School
Sherman Elementary School
Lewis and Clark Middle School
McMillan Middle School
Monroe Middle School
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Two-Year Opportunity Grant

Expanded Learning Opportunity Grants are funded by 1% of proceeds from the Nebraska Lottery.  These grants require a partnership contributing a 1:1 match of the grant award.  The grants provide programming and other support activities and services in existing 21st Century Community Learning Centers during afterschool and summer break.  The first of these competitive grants were awarded on May 5, 2017. A news release announcing the awards is posted here: State Board Approves Grants for Afterschool Programs

Grant recipients include:

* Award amounts subject to finalization of grant budget.

Application and Required Forms

Two-Year Opportunity Grant Application
Cover Page
School District Signature Page
Community-Based Organization Signature Page
Grant Funds Budget Form
Partner Matching Funds Budget Form

Resources

Expanded Learning Opportunity Grant Program Act

Timeline for Two-Year Opportunity Grant

June 1, 2017 – RFP released
June 7, 2017 – Grant writing Zoom workshop, 2:00 p.m. CDT
June 26, 2017 – Postmark deadline
August 4, 2017 – Grant period begins
August 31, 2019 – Grant period ends

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