Community Partner Resources

Virtual Learning Centers Toolkit for Community Organizations

Hamilton County Schools is seeking leaders of faith-based and community-based organizations that are interested in launching Virtual Learning Centers to provide childcare and remote learning support for working families.

This is an opportunity for local organizations to fulfill a need in the community and to support the families they serve. There are multiple levels of engagement, everyone can participate in some way.

If you are interested in launching a Virtual Learning Center, check out our Virtual Learning Center Checklist. For additional information, contact Tracy Cunningham at tracy@liveonpoint.org.
 
The district has also created a toolkit to provide guidance for interested partners: Virtual Learning Center Toolkit.

Faith-Based
Partnership Fund

Through the Hamilton County Schools Foundation (HCSF) Faith-Based Partnership Fund at The Generosity Trust, church/faith-based partners who have signed an MOU with Hamilton County Schools as a Virtual Learning Center partner can apply to receive micro-grants to support their efforts. 

Micro-grants are limited to $500 per student, up to a total of $15,000 per organization. Administrative expenses are limited to no more than 7% of program costs. Allowable expenses include: transportation, utilities, cleaning, supplies including personal protective equipment (e.g. face masks), technology, and staffing. Prohibited expenses include: Food, entertainment, furniture/permanent fixtures.

Apply here


The application deadline is Friday, November 13

Virtual Learning Centers Toolkit