Grants Management & Title I

The Worcester Public Schools intends to apply for a 21st Century Community Learning Centers Exemplary grant for FY20. This grant is an opportunity to support additional learning and enrichment time for students at Burncoat Middle School for the school year 2019-2020 beginning October 2019 through June 2020 and/or summer 2020.

All inquires should be directed to Gregory Bares, Manager of Grant Resources, Worcester Public Schools, 508-799-3108 by May 31, 2019.

Manager of Grant Resources and Title I

Gregory Bares
20 Irving Street, Room 210
Worcester, MA 01609

The Office of Grants Management and Title I administers programs funded by federal, state and private agencies to promote student achievement. The office is responsible for researching, developing, implementing, operating, and reporting on more than 80 grant funded programs annually. In carrying out these responsibilities, the office provides leadership and technical assistance to various departments, schools and stakeholder groups.

The Grants Management Office, located in Room 210 in the Durkin Administration Building at 20 Irving Street, provides support for the grant administration.

Grant Office Staff

Anna Griffin, Grant Researcher/Writer/Developer

Nicole Delamere, Grants Writer

Written materials are available for research and help including texts such as the National Guide to Funding for Elementary and Secondary Education, Grant Writing for Teachers and Winning Grants Step by Step. Worcester Public Schools' personnel are welcome to come in and peruse the collection.

Technical assistance is provided through the identification of potential resources and the review of proposals. Grant Management Office staff are also available to provide training. School personnel are expected to complete the Grant/Partnership Development Form when applying for a grant or partnering with an outside agency to seek funding.