Bolinas-Stinson Union School District: $1,507
Bolinas-Stinson will use these funds to support the school library including the purchase of new books and to help students who cannot afford to purchase books during the annual book fair.
Kentfield School District – kik: $20,690
Kik will use these funds to support the PPE program to provide for the health and safety of students.
Lagunitas School District – LEAP: $4,100
LEAP will use these funds to support the elementary visual arts and music program and the middle school social emotional learning program.
Larkspur-Corte Madera School District – SPARK: $26,759
SPARK will use these funds for English language learner and literacy support as well as materials and supplies for Music, Art and Counseling programs.
Mill Valley School District - Kiddo!: $49,577
Kiddo! will use these funds to provide individual art and music kits for all students to support distance learning.
Miller Creek Elementary School District – Can Do! Education Foundation: $35,142
Can Do Education Foundation will utilize these funds to sustain current art programming at the three elementary schools during remote learning and in the classroom upon the return to campus.
Nicasio School District – Nicasio School Foundation: $685
Nicasio will use these funds to support ongoing upgrades to the school library catalog, including new popular titles and new bilingual books.
Novato Unified School District - School Fuel: $132,511
School Fuel will use these funds to purchase additional materials and online resources for school libraries; support for music, visual art and dance; support for student health and safety; and to purchase technology focused on closing the digital divide.
Novato Charter School - $4,749
Novato Charter School will use these funds to support K-8 Specialty Programs such as gardening, instrument music, movement, and handwork.
Reed School District – The Foundation for Reed Schools: $22,723
Reed will use this money to support a middle school STEM curriculum including a "girls only" engineering class to address the need for more women in STEM related jobs.
Ross School District – Ross School Foundation: $6,618
Ross School will use these funds to support the K-8 music and art programs.
Ross Valley School District – YES: $35,521
YES will use these funds to support core art and music programs that are offered virtually.
Ross Valley Charter School: $3,313
Ross Valley Charter School will use these funds to support literacy programs and materials for the art program.
Rural School Districts & MCOE – Laguna, Lincoln, Marin Community School, Oracle Independent Study, Phoenix Academy: $1,365
Funds will be used to support arts and technology programs.
San Rafael City Schools – HeadsUp: $127,872
HeadsUp will use these funds to support an expanded virtual arts-and-wellness elementary enrichment program including art kits that will be distributed to every child to support art projects at home. At the high schools, funds will continue to support college consulting services.
Sausalito Marin City School District- Bayside MLK: $2,038
Sausalito Marin City will use these funds to further support the music and arts program at Bayside MLK.
Willow Creek Academy: $6,354
Willow Creek will use the funds to support on-line music instruction for middle school students during distance learning, with a focus on bringing in more diverse artists.
Shoreline Unified School District: $8,622
Shoreline will use these funds to support districtwide literacy efforts including enhancements to the classroom libraries to provide more books to reflect the diversity of the student population.
Tamaplais Union High School District: $88,924 Total
Dedication to Special Education: $70,930
Dedication to Special Education will use these funds to support Assistive Technology programs directed toward literacy support for kids with special needs, and a comprehensive new program designed to support social-emotional learning and mental health needs stemming from the Covid-19 Pandemic, available to all Marin County Public Schools for the 2020-2021 school year. Funding will also provide program support to the DSE Classroom grants.