WELCOME, SHAKER FACULTY & STAFF!

How can we help you help our Shaker Students?

SUBMIT A TEACHER GRANT PROPOSAL

Shaker Schools Foundation has a Teacher Grant program to support small projects that will enhance student learning and participation during the 2021-2022 school year. Teachers and faculty mentoring school-related activities or clubs can submit a request for a mini-grant. Funding is usually in the $200-$300 range and can be up to $500 per project – for field trips, special art supplies, additional classroom resources, teaching tools, special events, etc. Teacher grants are generally for an individual classroom or activity, not an all-grade or all-school activity.

Questions? Contact Laura Orazi at orazi_l@shaker.org. Applications are accepted by clicking the button below.

HAVE AN IDEA FOR A LARGER PROJECT OR A DIFFERENT TYPE OF PROJECT?

Shaker Schools Foundation engages in fundraising and manages a variety of other funds that can support a range of projects, depending on current District priorities and needs. Please contact Holly Coughlin at coughlin_h@shaker.org for more information.

INTERESTED IN SUPPORTING

THE WORK OF THE

SHAKER SCHOOLS FOUNDATION?

Your gift supports our students and the work that you do!

Donate online here. Or, set up a gift through payroll deduction by completing and submitting this form – either by email or by sending it to the Foundation’s office in the Administration Building.

TEAM FUNDRAISING OPPORTUNITIES

Athletic team fundraising opportunities are available through the Shaker Schools Foundation. Click on the button below to read more on how the SSF can help your team achieve their fundraising goals!

For more information, contact Laura Orazi, Director of Development, orazi_l@shaker.org, or 216-295-4329.

DONOR APPRECIATION REPORT

Take a look inside our Annual Donor Appreciation Report to see all the ways your support matters. Now it’s time to come together to advance Shaker students further, together! Make your donation to the Advancing Shaker Annual Appeal to support our students where and when they need it most.