Teacher Grant Program
For more than 40 years, PEF Teacher Grants have helped the inspirational teachers throughout PUSD take their creative projects from idea to reality by providing resources to enhance the classroom experience for their students.
The goal of the Teacher Grant Program is to develop educational activities to improve and enhance student achievement. Grant projects must be student centered, related to the curriculum, and must demonstrate how they will directly benefit students and enhance and improve student achievement. Grants are awarded to teachers in amounts up to $1,000.
Funding for the PEF Teacher Grant Program is made possible by our community partners and individual donor contributions to the Pasadena Educational Foundation.
2014-15 PEF Teacher Grant Awards
Congratulations to our 2014-15 PEF Teacher Grant Recipients!
For the 2014-15 school year, the Pasadena Educational Foundation is pleased to offer its signature Teacher Grant Program.
For 2014-15, we are pleased to offer two special awards, the Jarratt Brunson Memorial Award honoring one of the founders of PEF responsible for initiating the Teacher Grant Program, and in honor of our recent PUSD retiree, the Kathy Onoye Principal Leadership award.
2013-2014 PEF Teacher Grants
DNA kits, sheet music, and California native plants for an outdoor classroom are just a few of the supplies that this year's PEF Teacher Grants will purchase to support a diverse and vibrant selection of educational projects.
The 2013-14 PEF Teacher Grants were announced at a special reception on Wednesday, January 22, 2014.
Funding for the PEF Teacher Grant Program is made possible by individual donor contributions to the Pasadena Educational Foundation.
Want to help?
Thanks to the support of our donors we are able to award $50,000 in Teacher Grants to 86 PUSD educators representing 57 outstanding proposals.
Community Members are encouraged to support the students and teachers of Pasadena public schools by donating to the Teacher Grant fund. Your donations can be used to fund many worthy projects this school year. For more information, please contact Linda Machida at 626-396-3600 x 88353 or firstname.lastname@example.org.