Foundation / Corporation
The Washington Post
01/24/22 11:59 PM ET Receipt for finalist materials. Nomination deadlines are set by the individual school systems.
Award of $7,500 to a Maryland, Virginia, or Washington, DC principal in eligible locations to acknowledge outstanding contributions to PreK-12 education. Nominations must be submitted to the local school system prior to the deadline. The award is intended to recognize those principals who go beyond the day-to-day demands of their position to create an exceptional educational environment. In presenting this award, The Washington Post hopes to encourage excellence in school leadership and to contribute in a substantive way to the improvement of education in the Washington metropolitan area.
Nominees must be principals in an accredited school in one of the following jurisdictions:
Nominees must be principals who:
GrantWatch ID#: 182577
The annual awards recognize a Principal of the Year and one fi nalist from the other local school systems.
The winning finalist will receive a signature trophy, a $7,500 monetary award, a feature spot in a ½ page ad that runs in The Washington Post newspaper, a profile in The Washington Post and on washingtonpost.com. All other finalists will receive a certificate of appreciation from The Washington Post.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Washington Post Dropbox: https://bit.ly/WPTeacherPrincipalAwards2022
For further information, please contact:
The Washington Post
Community Relations Department
District of Columbia Public Charter Schools:
Contact the Public Charter School Board at 202.328.2660.
Nominations should be sent to:
District of Columbia
Public Charter School Board
3333 14th Street NW, Suite 210
Washington, D.C. 20010
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