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Community Schools Incentive Initiative Grant: Application & Funding

Community Schools create and enhance school and community-based partnerships to ensure that students and their parents and caregivers have access to programs and services that help them achieve success in school and life. Community Schools serve students, families and local communities with the objectives of improving academic achievement and building stronger relationships between schools and communities.

The Community Schools Incentive Initiative is a three-year grant competition. The current grant period is from fiscal year 2021 to fiscal year 2023. The following resources were made available to support with the grant application process.

Community Schools Incentive Initiative is a competitive grant awarded to an eligible consortium. FY22 and FY24 grantees are receiving a three-year award. An “eligible consortium” is a partnership established between a local education agency (LEA) in DC and one or more community partners.Below are the details for Community Schools Grantees and school sites.

FY22 Cohort

Subgrantee School FY24 Grant Amount
Communities In Schools of the Nation’s Capital  Burrville Elementary School $152,727.92
Communities In Schools of the Nation’s Capital Eastern High School $152,727.92
Communities In Schools of the Nation’s Capital  H.D. Woodson High School $152,727.92
Communities In Schools of the Nation’s Capital J.O. Wilson Elementary School $152,727.92
District of Columbia Public Schools  Johnson Middle School $152,727.92 
Edgewood/ Brookland Family Support Collaborative  Miner Elementary School $152,727.92
Latin American Youth Center (LAYC) Community School  Cardoza Education Campus $152,727.92
Latin American Youth Center (LAYC) Community School Consortium  

1. LAYC Career Academy Public Charter School

2. YouthBuild Public Charter School

$152,727.92 
Mary’s Center Partnership Hearts and Minds Tubman Elementary School $152,727.92  
  Total $1,374,551.28 

FY24 Cohort

Subgrantee School FY24 Grant Amount
Communities in Schools Stanton Elementary School $158,267.91
Communities in Schools Stuart-Hobson Middle School $158,267.91
Dance Makers, SMARTS Community School Browne Education Campus $158,267.91
Dance Makers, SMARTS Community School Rocketship Public Charter School Rise Academy $158,267.91
Edgewood/Brookland Family Support Collaborative Noyes Elementary School $158,267.91
Latin American Youth Center Calvin Coolidge High School $158,267.91  
Multicultural Career Internship Program

1. Tubman Elementary School

2. Columbia Heights Education Campus

$158,267.91
  Total $1,107,875.37

     

Contact Us

For questions or additional information, please email Delia Davis at [email protected].

The Community Schools Incentive Initiation program is administered by OSSE’s Office of Special Populations and Programs within the Division of Systems and Supports, K-12.

[Date Posted: Jan. 26, 2023]