2018 School Beautification Grant Project Summary Report Form
Introduction: Keep Dalton-Whitfield Beautiful’s committee for Beautification and Community Greening once again congratulates the ten recipients of the third annual National Planting Day mini-grant. Schools from the Dalton/Whitfield area were invited to apply for funding to help implement a project related to beautification. Beautification grants ranged from a minimum of $100 to a maximum of $250.
Winners were announced on September 21, 2018. Projects should take place in the fall and be completed no later than Monday, December 3, 2018. Project summaries and photos are due no later than Friday, December 21, 201.
Below is a list of schools that were awarded a grant and the name of the their project.
1. Coahulla Creek High School: Creating the Captivating Courtyard of Coahulla Creek
2. New Hope Middle School: Georgia Native Plants Beautification Project
3. Park Creek Elementary School: Berry Beautiful
4. Morris Innovative High School: MIHS Pep Club Garden and Picnic Area
5. Dalton Middle School: Team Trees
Project Summary Overview: Grantees will submit a short project summary that will include volunteer hours, actual costs, list of other organizations involved, evaluation of project meeting the goal/purpose intended, and before and after photos. Certificates of participation for students are available upon request - a list of student names must be sent in with the summary. For questions about or issues with the summary report call executive director Amy Hartline at 706-278-5001 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Project Summary Report Form:
Please fill out the following form to officially complete your project and mini-grant requirements. Information provided may be used in the press release showcasing project results in late December.
Project photos must be e-mailed separately. Please submit your project photos by email to: email@example.com. At a minimum we want to see a before and after photo of the site that was beautified. Additional photos of students working on the project, or a group photo are also encouraged.