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Drako Community and Family Engagement Grant Announced

LivingTree Executive Chairman Dean Drako recently announced the $1,000,000 Drako Community and Family Engagement Grant for K-12 schools.
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LivingTree Executive Chairman Dean Drako recently announced the $1,000,000 Drako Community and Family Engagement Grant for K-12 schools.

Schools and districts looking to help their schools increase parent engagement and overall student achievement are invited to apply. Winners will receive a grant for one full year of funding for a custom LivingTree Tiered Social Network and associated planning, implementation, and training.

LivingTree includes SIS integration, emergency alerts, SMS texting, two-way translation, mobile apps, media sharing, all other LivingTree engagement features, and community partner networks. 

Award selection is based upon merit, timeliness, need, stated goals / initiatives for family engagement, opportunity for transformative project, identification of project champion, and timeline for implementation. Learn more at http://grant.livingtree.com

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