Take it to the Court

Congratulations to the 2022 Take it to the Court for Education school grant recipients!

Congratulations to the 21/22 Take it to the Court for Education School Grant Recipients! The schools listed below will receive a total of $125,000 to support their programming.

If you’re interested in applying for the next round of school grants from the Trail Blazers Foundation, please check back here during the 22/23 season or sign up for our community e-newsletter here.


2022 TAKE IT TO THE COURT FOR EDUCATION FINALISTS

Action Civics, Marathon Kids, Ballet Folklórico, and Art Club after school programming
CTE support via greenhouse revitalization project and FBLA programming
Culturally diverse books and materials for library
Sports equipment for summer camps
Improvements to performing arts stage
Spanish/English bilingual books for K-6 students
Community weight room equipment
Programming and field trips for newcomer students and families
Equipment for library maker space
Basketball backboards and sound system
Indigenous theater program
Robotics programming
Accessible surfacing for existing playground
Replacement music, art, reading, PE, and tech supplies and event expenses after fire loss
Community building events after fire loss
Equipment for athletic programs
Willy Wonka theater project

CHECK OUT PREVIOUS RECIPIENTS!

Generator for only community gathering space in the community.
New uniforms for the K-12 athletic programs.
Upgrades to school gym.
Robotics program.
Equipment for Racquet Sports Curriculum for 400 students.
Support for modular building construction to house the art program.
K-12 skill-building camps and games.
Expansion of STE(A)M education to the entire school.
Absorption panels for school’s multipurpose room.
P.E/Health equipment including heart rate monitors, metabolic conditioning and injury prevention equipment.
Emergency fund for students struggling with basic needs.
Sensory room to address student emotional and mental health.
Basketball backboards, visit from traveling theater company, and Chromebooks.
Spherobots science and technology programming.
STEM focused fabrication lab equipment.
Adopt a Roosevelt Grad Program.
Upgrading school sign that informs the community of gatherings.
Sports uniforms, fees and travel.
Year-round art program for residential and day treatment students.
K-5 after school programming.
Diverse novel sets and flexible classroom seating.
Replacement P.E. equipment, introduce new interesting equipment and sound system.
Support to increase female participation in welding and automotive programs through gear and summer camp.
Basketball hoops for school gym.
New books and an interactive touchscreen for the school library.
Hygiene supplies such as toothpaste, shampoo, soap and feminine products for students.
Costumes for the after school 3rd -6th grade Traditional Mexican Ballet Folklorico Dance Club.
Books that demonstrate character development, problem solving, physical education, and cooking for students with behavioral needs.
Supplies for after school programming including LEGO Robotic Club, and High-Altitude Balloon Club.
Funds for field trips to college campuses, supplies and community events for the 7th – 12th grade AVID program.
Funds to bring Adelante Chicas afterschool programming.
Scholarships for students to participate in Chess for Success competitions throughout Oregon.
Installation of new basketball court with 8 hoops.
Weatherproof surface for year-round use for class activities and after school programs.
College tour of 15 + schools in Oregon for 12 High School students.
New instruments, supplies and music books for students.
Reading Results for up to 25 students in 1st-3rd grade who need additional assistance with reading.
Health Occupations Career Technical Education Program and the opportunity for nearly 40 students to attend the State Leadership Conference.
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