Dakota County SHIP Grants

Funding Available for Dakota County, MN Public Schools

What is it?

The Statewide Health Improvement Partnership (SHIP) grant from the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) awards funds for schools to implement physical activity. The research is clear that healthy students are better learners and that being successful in school, can have life-long positive effects on one’s health. Schools are an ideal setting to lay the foundation for health for all students – and this is where YOU play such a key role! Our Move Mindfully® residencies, workshops and consultation are approved services. (Formally known as Moving and Learning)

Do I qualify?

Dakota County Public Health is now offering Smart Choices’ School Wellness Mini Grants. Here is what you need to know to qualify. Find the full application instructions here.

  • You must work at a public school in Dakota County
    • District level, school level, school-aged care sites, Pre-k sites or Alternative Learning Centers
  • You must have approval of your District Wellness Committee
  • Applications due October 18, 2019

What can I get?

Want to know more about what exactly the grant can cover? See our menu here for all of our services covered under the grant. If you have already done residencies, this is a great opportunity to deepen the strategies you are already using.

To support the continued integration of mindfulness, movement and social emotional practices through Move Mindfully®  Workshops, Yoga Calm® Training, Move Mindfully Residencies and Consultation.

What is the next step?

Once you and your team have decided what services are needed at your school, fill out this applicationWe know you are busy and we are here for you! Reach out to info@1000-petals.com and our team will support you with the application process.

We have even filled in our information to help you out! See these applications HERE.

2 replies
    • Stephanie Kennelly
      Stephanie Kennelly says:

      Check with your county! Each has money from the department of health that they can allocate. The application process varies on county. Thank you!

      Reply

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