District Grants - Awarded Grants


Archived Awarded Grants

2017-2018 Awarded Grants and Projects

2017-2018 Transformation Zone Planning Grant

2017-2019 School Redesign Grant

Clean Diesel Funding Assistance Program

Foster Youth Dropout Prevention & Recovery High School Completion Pilot Program

Jacob K. Javitz Gifted and Talented Students Education Program

TX0102 Urban Schools Agricultural Grant Program


2016-2017 Awarded Grants and Projects

Texas 21st Century Community Learning Centers, Cycle 9, Year 1 Grant, Texas Education Agency, $1,799,260

Texas Adult Education and Literacy Program – Region 20 Consortium, Texas Workforce Commission (TWC), $1,535,556.50

CJD Juvenile Services Solicitation - Irving Academy, State of Texas office of the Governor-Criminal Justice Division, $60,363

Education Grants for Pre-K Four Programs, City of San Antonio, $757,278

Educational Opportunity Centers (EOC) Program, U.S. Department of Education, $235,926

Brack Lax Project, King William Association, $8,360

Sam Houston High School, National Football League, $1,500

This NFL Foundation grant program recognizes the high schools and communities that have contributed to Super Bowl history by providing them with the opportunity to apply for grants to support their football programs. This program is part of the NFL's Super Bowl 50 outreach initiative whereby high schools will receive a commemorative Golden Football produced by Wilson for every player or head coach who been on an Golden Football produced by Wilson for every player or head coach who been on an active roster in a Super Bowl. Players and coaches will have the opportunity to deliver the Golden Footballs to their high schools.


2015-2016 Awarded Grants and Projects

Gaining Early Awareness & Readiness for Undergraduate Programs (GEAR UP), Project Year 5 of 7, U.S. Department of Education, $4,000,000

Full-Service Community Schools Program, Project Year 2 of 5, U.S. Department of Education, $421,200

School Climate Transformation Grant – Local Educational Agency, Project Year 2 of 5, U.S. Department of Education, $523,178

Texas Title I Priority Schools, Cycle 3 – Crockett Elementary School, Project Year 2 of 3, Texas Education Agency, $1,948,815

Texas Title I Priority Schools, Cycle 3 – Douglass Elementary School, Project Year 2 of 3, Texas Education Agency, $1,084,485

Texas Support for Homeless Education Program (TEXSHEP), Project Year 1 of 3, Region 10 Education Service Center, $213,000

Texas Adult Education and Literacy Programs, Project Year 2, Region 20 Consortium, Texas Workforce Commission, $1,654,051


2014-2015 Awarded Grants and Projects

Texas Adult Completion and Skills Initiative, Texas Workforce Commission (Subaward from Alamo Colleges), $111,200

Public Charter School Program Start Up Grant – Young Men’s Leadership Academy, Texas Education Agency, $481,960

Public Charter School Program Start Up Grant – St. Philip’s Early College HS, Texas Education Agency, $608,340

Public Charter School Program Start Up Grant – Connell Middle School, Texas Education Agency, $800,000

Public Charter School Program Start Up Grant – Davis Middle School, Texas Education Agency, $800,000

Texas Literacy Initiative (TLI) Continuation Grant, Year 4, Texas Education Agency, $3,615,258

The High School Graduation Initiative (a.k.a. Middle School Partners and Reach, AIM & SOAR), Project Year 5 of 5, U.S. Department of Education, $2,486,097

Gaining Early Awareness & Readiness for Undergraduate Programs (GEAR UP), Project Year 4 of 7, U.S. Department of Education, $4,000,000

Full-Service Community Schools Program, Project Year 1 of 5, U.S. Department of Education, $498,606

School Climate Transformation Grant – Local Educational Agency, Project Year 1 of 5, U.S. Department of Education, $533,581

Texas Title I Priority Schools, Cycle 3 – Crockett Elementary School, Project Year 1 of 3, Texas Education Agency, $1,901,346

Texas Title I Priority Schools, Cycle 3 – Douglass Elementary School, Project Year 1 of 3, Texas Education Agency, $1,111,409

Texas Support for Homeless Education Program (TEXSHEP), Project Year 3 of 3, Region 10 Education Service Center, $225,000

Texas Adult Education and Literacy Programs, Project Year 1, Region 20 Consortium, Texas Workforce Commission, $1,654,051

The purpose of the program is to provide adults with sufficient basic education that enables them to effectively: 1) acquire the basic educational skills necessary for literate functioning; 2) participate in job training and retraining programs; 3) obtain and retain employment; and 4) continue their education to at least completion of secondary school and preparation for postsecondary education.

Project TEACH (Targeting Environmental Aspects of Children’s Health), Partnership with the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio – Division of Community Pediatrics