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Betty Ann McCullough Grant Programs Now Accepting Applications

The Betty Ann McCullough Education Seminar and Convocation Grant Program, the Betty Ann McCullough Enrichment Project Grant Program, and the Betty Ann McCullough Teaching Achievement Grant Program are now accepting applications. These three grant programs are administered by the Gibson CountyCommunity Foundation. The deadline to apply is Friday, March 25, 2022.

Betty Ann McCullough was an educator for the North Gibson School Corporation for more than 40 years and a strong supporter of education in her community. Along with a number of civic memberships, she was a member of the Gibson County Community Foundation Advisory Board. She passed away in 1997, after which three funds and grant programs were established in her memory.

The Betty Ann McCullough Education Seminar and Convocation Grant Program serve to provide funding to public and private schools in Gibson County for the purpose of hosting educational seminars and convocations to enhance the knowledge and skills of educators in science, mathematics, and language arts.

The Betty Ann McCullough Enrichment Project Grant Program serves to provide funds and challenge grants to schools, libraries, and other public education organizations based or having substantial programs in Gibson County.

The Betty Ann McCullough Teaching Achievement Grant Program awards a public school educator for outstanding dedication and success in improving the mathematics or language arts skills and knowledge of students in the public schools of Gibson County.

To apply, please visit The Betty Ann McCullough Education Committee will review applications and make for recipients.

For additional information about eligibility and requirements or the grant application process, please contact Amy Smith Regional Director of Community Engagement and Impact at or 618.599.5496.