The Issaquah Schools Foundation was formed in 1987 to support the students of the Issaquah School District in receiving the best possible educational experience. ISF recognizes that school budgets are limited and classroom demands are high. In an effort to enhance the learning environment in all of our schools, ISF continues its practice of awarding grants on an annual basis.
All teachers, administrators and parents within the Issaquah School District are eligible to apply.
Named for a past superintendent of the Issaquah School District, Kateri Brow Grants are intended to encourage continuous improvement in education within the District. Big Idea Grants are awarded for programs that reflect vision and innovation in education. Biggest Need Grants are awarded for programs that address student, teacher, building or district-wide needs in education. Kateri Brow Grants are awarded in amounts up to $10,000.
ISF recognizes that school budgets are limited and classroom demands are high. In an effort to enhance the learning environment of individual classrooms, libraries, computer labs, resource centers, and schools, a program for awarding Classroom Enrichment Grants has been implemented. Grants in this program are funded up to $1,000.
--->>>Whether you are ready to begin a grant request, or if you have almost completed your application, the gateway to grants is here.<<<---
Register for a NEW ACCOUNT (or resend the account confirmation email).
Log in to an ESTABLISHED ACCOUNT (or reset a forgotten password).
Read the Overview and Instructions for a CLASSROOM ENRICHMENT GRANT.
Read the Overview and Instructions for a KATERI BROW BIG IDEA/BIGGEST NEED GRANT.