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TSET Healthy Incentive Grants - Schools

TSET Healthy Incentive Grants - Schools

Brightening the Future of Oklahoma's Children

Healthy behaviors established during childhood carry through to adulthood.  To promote and support those healthy behaviors, the TSET Healthy Incentive program offers grants to districts and schools that adopt and implement best and promising practices in tobacco-free environments, nutrition, physical activity and employee wellness.  

All public school districts that meet grant criteria are eligible to apply for a TSET Healthy District Incentive grant. School districts must successfully adopt health promoting policies before individual schools sites are eligible to apply. Policy requirements for the TSET Healthy Incentive grants help to create a learning environment that establishes and supports healthy behaviors for students, teachers and staff. 

The TSET Healthy Incentive Program will be closed for the remainder of the fiscal year. Funding for the program was limited, and the program has been a success this year with more than $1.9 million in grants being awarded by the TSET Board of Directors to communities, school districts and school sites.
 
TSET will not accept applications for incentive grants for the remainder of the fiscal year, which ends June 30. 
 
The grant program is expected to re-open in FY2020, which begins July 1. Additional information about the program will be sent out as it becomes available.
 
Questions may be directed to Grants Management at 405.521.3892 or grantsmanagement@tset.ok.gov.

Click here for a PDF of program parameters. 

HEALTHY DISTRICT INCENTIVE GRANT AWARDS

Submitted by mgessouroun on Wed, 11/16/2016 - 9:39am
Table Field: 

District Enrollment

Bronze

Silver

Gold

Maximum Award

0-500

$3,000

$5,000

$7,000

$15,000

501-1,000

$5,000

$6,500

$8,500

$20,000

1,001-2,000

$6,000

$8,000

$11,000

$25,000

2,000-5,000

$7,000

$8,500

$14,500

$30,000

5,001-10,000

$10,000

$20,000

$30,000

$60,000

10,001-25,000

$15,000

$35,000

$50,000

$100,000

25,000 +

$20,000

$40,000

$60,000

$120,000

HEALTHY SCHOOLS INCENTIVE GRANT AWARDS

Funding is based on the district’s student enrollment, the strength of the policy elements and criteria met. A district may receive a maximum cumulative award if policy and practice meet the gold level.

Individual School Sites
Three levels of funding are available, and build on the implementation of the policy and practices at the school site. Individual school sites and school districts will use the same wellness policy framework. School sites can choose to create an environment that exceeds the requirements of the district policy. Funding is based on the schools implementation of the policy and practices and student enrollment. Award Amounts are cumulative.

View school site incentive grant criteria.

One Star (Entry Level) Funding

Submitted by mgessouroun on Fri, 12/02/2016 - 4:59pm
Table Field: 

School Enrollment

One Star

Two Stars

Three Stars

Maximum Award

0 -200

$2,000

$3,000

$5,000

$10,000

201-400

$3,000

$4,500

$7,500

$15,000

401-600

$4,000

$6,000

$10,000

$20,000

601-1,000

$5,000

$7,500

$12,500

$25,000

1,001+

$6,000

$9,000

$15,000

$30,000

FY19 School District and School Site Awards:

Submitted by mgessouroun on Wed, 04/10/2019 - 4:43pm
Table Field: 

District

County

Award Amount

Agra Public Schools

Lincoln

$12,000.00

Antlers Public School

Pushmataha

$20,000.00

Asher Public Schools

Pottawatomie

$15,000.00

Bennington Public Schools

Bryan

$12,000.00

Bluejacket Public Schools

Craig

$12,000.00

Brushy School

Sequoyah

$13,500.00

Carney Public Schools

Lincoln

$15,000.00

Chandler Public Schools

Lincoln

$20,000.00

Colcord Public Schools

Delaware

$17,000.00

Comanche Public Schools

Stephens

$20,000.00

Cottonwood Public Schools

Coal

$8,000.00

Dahlonegah Public School

Adair

$13,500.00

Davenport Public Schools

Lincoln

$12,000.00

Dover Public School

Kingfisher

$15,000.00

Guthrie Public School

Logan

$30,000.00

Jay Public Schools

Delaware

$25,000.00

Justice Public School

Seminole

$13,500.00

Konawa Public Schools

Seminole

$17,000.00

Krebs Public School

Pittsburg

$15,000.00

Lukfata Elementary School

McCurtain

$15,000.00

Maryetta Schools

Adair

$18,000.00

Mason Public Schools

Okfuskee

$15,000.00

McAlester Public Schools

Pittsburg

$30,000.00

Moffett Public School District

Sequoyah

$13,500.00

Moyers Public Schools

Pushmataha

$15,000.00

Navajo Public School

Jackson

$20,000.00

Norman Public Schools

Cleveland

$100,000.00

Nowata Public Schools

Nowata

$17,000.00

Oaks Mission School

Delaware

$15,000.00

Pleasant Grove Public School District

Pottawatomie

$13,500.00

Porter Consolidated Schools

Wagoner

$11,500.00

Prague School District

Lincoln

$20,000.00

Ripley Public Schools

Payne

$12,000.00

Rocky Mountain School

Adair

$15,000.00

Sasakwa Schools

Seminole

$15,000.00

Shawnee Public Schools

Pottawatomie

$30,000.00

South Coffeyville Public School

Nowata

$12,000.00

South Rock Creek Elementary

Pottawatomie

$13,500.00

Stilwell Public Schools

Adair

$20,000.00

Stuart Public Schools

Hughes

$15,000.00

Sulphur Schools

Murray

$25,000.00

Tahlequah Public Schools

Cherokee

$15,000.00

Tonkawa Public Schools

Kay

$20,000.00

Valliant Public Schools

McCurtain

$17,000.00

Varnum Public Schools

Seminole

$15,000.00

Waurika Public Schools

Jefferson

$15,000.00

Weatherford Public School

Custer

$30,000.00

Wellston Public Schools

Lincoln

$17,000.00

Westville Public Schools

Adair

$25,000.00

White Rock School

Lincoln

$15,000.00

Wright City Public Schools

McCurtain

$12,000.00

School Sites

Ben Franklin Stem Academy

Muskogee

$7,000.00

Coolidge Elementary

Oklahoma

$20,000.00

Monroe Elementary School

Oklahoma

$15,000.00

Previously Funded Districts and Schools
School districts and school sites that had received a grant under the previous incentive grant program, that ended in 2017, may apply for additional funding by meeting new grant requirements.
School districts must meet grant criteria at the gold level and be in good standing with federal child nutrition administrative review. 

Previously funded school districts and school sites are eligible to receive the difference of the previous award up to the new Maximum award amount. 

To learn more about the TSET Healthy Incentive Program for schools, please watch this webinar.

For more information about the TSET Healthy Incentive Grant Program:
Contact Sharon Howard, Program Manager, TSET Healthy Incentive Program - Schools
sharonh@tset.ok.gov | 405-521-6231 

Grants are awarded on a first come, first served basis. Funding is limited.