4 Maui Schools Receive Monsanto’s Science Education Fund GrantsJuly 17, 2017, 12:32 PM HST · Updated July 17, 12:54 PM Nikki Schenfeld · 38 Comments
The Monsanto Hawai‘i Science Education fund awarded 10 grants totaling nearly $10,000 to Hawai‘i public schools and educational organizations around the state. Maui recipients included Lahainaluna High School, Maui High School, Moloka‘i Middle School and UH-Maui College.
Established in 2005, the fund helps provide Hawai‘i public schools with programs, tools, supplies and equipment to enhance science education in the schools, and encourage today’s students to consider a future career in the sciences.
Other recipients of the grant included Castle High School, Kaiser High School, Mililani Middle School and Waialua High and Intermediate School, all located on O‘ahu.
The fund went to support a variety of STEM-related programs such as: a plant propagation and growth research project, a Challenger Learning Center Hawai‘i experience, and equipment and supplies for agricultural sciences biology, chemistry, life science, anatomy and physiology classes.
To date, this program has awarded more than $248,000 in grant funds.
Monsanto’s grant program is available on O‘ahu, Maui and Moloka‘i where Monsanto employees live and work. Public schools serving students in intermediate grades through college for educational purposes related to science are eligible to apply.
The next grant application deadline is Friday, Oct. 6, 2017. Applications can be downloaded online or by contacting any one of Monsanto’s farm stations on O‘ahu at 808-685-8371, Maui 808-891-8830 or Moloka‘i 808-553-5070.
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