Sometimes this can be the hardest step.  Successful grant writers seem to be able to write grants easily.  You can too with a little preparation.  Download and review the 
GRANT WRITING TIPS sheet, talk to teachers in your building who have received grants about how they go about the process, and begin thinking about how a grant could enhance your students’ classroom experience.  The GRANT WRITING WORKSHEET can help you organize your ideas at your convenience so you are ready whenever grant applications are due.

 For more information about the LCEF Teacher Grant program contact Lois Stoll at or call 937-935-2333. 

Generous donors make it possible for the Logan County Education Foundation to enrich

area student classroom learning experiences

by funding over 900 innovative teacher grants in our area schools since 1990!  

These grants have provided learning materials, activities, speakers and experiences that otherwise would not have been available.  Please consider helping to make these learning experiences for our area students by donating to LCEF.


Building &​


2021-22 Funded Grants

Grant Applications for Teachers in Logan County Public Schools

Thank you, Honda, for your continued support of our Teacher Grant Program

Assemblies, the Columbus Zoo, COSI, outside speakers, authors, robotics and specific items to supplement engaging educational experience are made available through the LCEF Grant Program.

A teacher affects eternity;

he can never tell where his influence stops.

Henry Adams

 You can help bring innovative learning experiences to area  classrooms by making a donation to LCEF several ways:

 1.  Click on the Donate button below and use your credit card f or a one time or recurring donation.

 2.  Write a check and mail it to:


 1973 State Route 47 West

 Bellefontaine, OH  43311

Scholarships will be awarded to students at their respective Senior Awards Nights. 

Bellefontaine and Indian Lake - May 13, 2024

Benjamin Logan and Riverside - May 15, 2024

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