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MS PTO Mini-Grant Program 2017 Spring










Dear MS Parents,
The MSPTO is offering mini-grants up to 100,000W for student projects. Any student who is involved with a project that could use funding ranging from the classroom work to volunteer opportunities is eligible for these funds. If you have questions see Dr. Lovelin.

DEADLINE: Friday, March 3rd, 2017 to the MS Office


 2016-2017 KIS MS PTO Mini Grant Program 

MSPTO Mini-Grants up to 100,000 KRW are awarded to any individual student, a group of students or students of the middle school clubs, which financially support special activities/events or projects of individuals or the clubs. The topics of proposals would include followings: any individual recital or competition (any field e.g. instrument, sports etc.), group projects (any field), club projects (any field), volunteer events and research projects.

Application Procedures 

Step 1. Fill out a MSPTO Mini-Grant Application form in details and submit to the MS office: due on Friday, March 3rd 2017. Please note that grant proposals written by student(s) will need a teacher’s signature on the grant application as a proof of the support.

Step 2. Selected applicants should give a 10 minute presentation of the proposal at the MS office. (Date and time will be announced by MS Principal)


  • The proposals will be reviewed and awarded based on the most need, creativity, number of students involved and commitment to their stated goal.
  • MSPTO mini-grant award will be made as soon as possible in order to enable the project to start, usually within one week.
  • All grant-awarded students or clubs are required to submit a written report progress or achievement of the projects before the semester ends (A report form will be provided).

☞ Mini-grant program for the next school year will depend on the fund raised by membership recruitment and the decision of 2017-2018 MS PTO.

Please click below to download the MS PTO Special Grant Application form.

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