Kansas Citizens for Science, a long time partner with KATS, announces scholarships of $100-275 to be awarded to attendees for KATS Kamp this spring.
KCFS realizes that KATS Kamp is the premiere professional development opportunity for science teachers in Kansas. We therefore want to provide the opportunity for increased numbers of K-12 teachers to attend.
Early career teachers who have district/building mentors are encouraged to have their mentors apply also. If an early career teacher is awarded a scholarship, their mentor will receive one also. We want such teams to be able to work together at Kamp. An early career teacher may, of course, apply even if no mentor applies.
KCFS will provide scholarships based on the following criteria:
• Teachers who will be first time Kamp attendees.
• Early career teachers.
• Teachers whose district provides no support for attendance.
• Teachers who will agree to attend one of the sessions sponsored by KCFS
• District/building mentors of early career teachers
Award recipients will be expected to apply knowledge obtained at Kamp in their classroom.
Applicants do not have to meet all the above criteria, but these are the criteria which will be used to determine scholarship recipients.
Applications may be downloaded from the the KATS website or from www.kcfs.org. Applications should be sent by email to Harry McDonald, KCFS President, email@example.com, by March 15.
Recipients will be contacted by March 22 by email.