K-12 Schools


The District administers state-funded grant programs to reduce air pollution in public schools (serving students in any grade K-12).  Eligible projects may include:

 

  • School transportation, such as zero-emission school buses and supporting charging infrastructure at any public school
  • Zero-emission lawn and garden equipment used - by schools or contractors - at schoolyards and sporting fields in disadvantaged communities
  • Composite wood products (including tables, desks, countertops, chairs, and storage cabinets) meeting NAF (no added formaldehyde) or ULEF (ultra-low emitting formaldehyde) standards used at schools in disadvantaged communities
  • Air filtration enhancement and replacement using new filters with MERV (minimum efficiency reporting value) of 14 or greater used at schools in disadvantaged communities

District Grant Programs
Programs are open and accepting applications



District Program Not Open



Non-District Grant Programs




Availability of Advanced Technology

The District has compiled a list of manufacturers offering such equipment.