The Professional Development (PD) Physical Education Expansion K-8 (PEEK-8) grant, funded by the Oregon Department of Education, provides funds to schools, school districts, and public charter schools in Oregon to provide evidence-based professional development to educators that are not specifically endorsed in physical education that will lead to quality physical education instruction and meet the K-8 minute requirements.
The Teacher Hire (TH) Physical Education Expansion K-8 (PEEK-8) grant, funded by the Oregon Department of Education, provides funds to schools, school districts, and public charter schools to hire licensed physical education teachers. The grant is designed to support activities related to meeting the physical education instructional requirements for students in kindergarten through grade 8 as described in ORS 329.496.
The student Support and Academic Enrichment (SSAE) Grant, funded by the Oregon Department of Education, serves to improve student’s academic achievement by increasing the capacity of State, districts, and local communities to provide a well-rounded education, improve school conditions for learning, and improve the use of technology.
Safe Routes to School
Oregon Safe Routes to School offers grant programs and workshops in an effort to improve, educate, and encourage children to safely walk (by foot or mobility device) or bike to school. Grant programs are available for reducing barriers and hazards for children going to school, fix urgent needs, and project identification.
Fuel Up to Play 60
The NFL’s Fuel Up to Play 60 program offers up to $4,000 per year to qualified K-12 schools to jumpstart healthy changes. Funding can be used to perform a “Healthy Eating Play” and a “Physical Activity Play.” Learn more about the application process on the Fuel Up to Play 60 website.
Providence Health and Services
Providence Health and Services provides funding to community partners in support of creating healthier communities. Opportunities are available for event sponsorships, program support, and grants. To learn more and apply, email CommunityBenefit@providence.org.