LifeSkills Training Program Grant
CSPV is currently seeking middle schools in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Maryland, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia and the District of Columbia to implement the middle school curriculum of the LifeSkills Training (LST) Program beginning in the 2016-2017 academic year. Through this grant, 132 school districts around the country are already replicating the LifeSkills Training program.
School districts in the above-listed states are invited to apply for this three-year grant through early fall 2015. The final deadline for applications is October 31, 2015. Sites are encouraged to apply earlier, as priority will be given to applications received by April 30, 2015.
Along with a completed application, each district must submit a signed superintendent letter, as well as a signed principal letter and completed LST Participating Schools form for each participating school. Superintendent and principal letters can be found in the Application Letters file. The LST Participating Schools form is located on the last page of the Application file.
An applicant may be a school district, individual school, group of schools from a district or other educational agency. If more than one school from the same district plans to apply for the grant, those schools should work together to submit a single application.
PLEASE CONTACT THE CSPV PROJECT MANAGER FOR YOUR STATE TO INFORM HER OF YOUR INTENT TO APPLY.
See Funding Announcement or Application Files for manager contact information.
Application Files (MS Word format):
Instructions and brief application form. The last page of the Application file is the LST Participating Schools form. One LST Participating Schools form must be completed for each school included in the application.
- Application Fact Sheets
Information sheets about their role in the grant for Teachers, Site Coordinators and Classroom Observers.
- Application Letters
Letters to be signed by the superintendent as well as the principal of each participating school.
Please see the Program Information page for documents describing the LST Program and its contents as well as a sample lesson.