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The Weston Education Enrichment Fund Committee is a subcommittee of the Weston School Committee. Formed in 1985, WEEFC’s mission is to award enrichment grants for programming which falls outside of the annual school budget, as requested by administrators, teachers, and students, subject to School Committee approval.

The chart that follows shows the deadlines for submitting grant applications with the signed budget page, and dates of WEEFC and School Committee meetings.  You must have grant approval before the start of your proposed project so please pay attention to the deadline dates and allow enough time for your grant to be approved.

Deliver Grant Application and Signed Budget Page to Office of Teaching & Learning by date below:For Review and Approval at WEEFC meeting date below:For Approval at SC meeting date below:
9/14/20219/21/20219/27/2021
10/12/202110/19/202110/25/2021
11/9/202111/16/202111/22/2021
12/7/202112/14/202112/20/2021
12/21/20211/4/20221/10/2022
2/1/20222/8/20222/28/2022
3/1/20223/8/20223/28/2022
3/29/20224/5/20224/25/2022
4/26/20225/3/20225/23/2022
5/31/20226/7/20226/13/2022

Instructions and application process:

  • Step 1:

    Answer all questions in this application, and then hit submit.  You will get an email confirmation of your submitted application.

  • Step 2:

    From your email confirmation, print your application.  Then print this Budget/Signature page, fill in the budget details, collect appropriate signatures and attach it to the printed application.  Send it all to the Office of Teaching & Learning at Case House for final administrator approvals.

  • Step 3:

    The Assistant Superintendent presents grant proposals to WEEFC Board at WEEFC meeting.

  • Step 4:

    If approved by WEEFC, the Assistant Superintendent presents the grant proposals at School Committee meeting for final approval by School Committee.  If the grant proposal request is for more than $5,000, the grant writer might be asked to make a presentation to the WEEFC Board.

  • Step 5:

    An award letter is mailed from the Office of Teaching & Learning to the grant recipient.