SBCO provides grants to support enrichment programs sponsored by local public school districts and community organizations.
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These include preschool enrichment programs, summer programs, programs encouraging reading, programs in the arts and sciences, and community schools opportunities.
Please click here for a list of SBCO supported enrichment programs for fiscal year 2019-2020.
CORONADO K-8 SCHOOL – CATALINA ISLAND FIELD TRIP
The SBCO Enrichment Program funded this field experience, these students from the hot, dry southwest got to swim with a sea lion!
AMPHITHEATER SCHOOLS – TUCSON
SBCO Enrichment Programs help fund school art and music classes, below we bought new ukuleles and stands, and replaced 30 year old stand racks!
A cooking class perfecting the art of DEEP FRIED OREOS.
Community organizations or schools wishing to apply for a SBCO Enrichment Program grant should take the following steps.
- Carefully review the SBCO Enrichment Program Criteria
- Complete the Enrichment Application Form and email it to us
- Within 30 days of completing your enrichment program you are required to return to SBCO the filled-out Enrichment Program Evaluation Form along with any required documentation
The Enrichment application form, evaluation form and supporting information can be emailed to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or a hard copy can be mailed to the SBCO office address shown below.
SaddleBrooke Community Outreach, Inc.
63675 East SaddleBrooke Blvd. Suite L
Tucson, AZ 85739
Attn: Education Enrichment
The SaddleBrooke Community Outreach (SBCO) Scholarship Program provides four-year scholarships to college students and two-year scholarships to technical school and community college students who reside in the SBCO service area.
During the 2019-20 school year, a total of 86 students will receive SBCO scholarships, 75 for four-year degrees and 11 for two-year degrees. Scholarships are provided as long as the student has a full course load and maintains the required GPA.
This year, a “second chance” scholarship was approved for students who failed to meet grade requirements during the first year, but subsequently demonstrated a commitment to their education.
To date, many scholarships have been awarded to students attending the University of Arizona, Arizona State University, Central Arizona College and Pima Community College.
The photo above shows five of the 2019 high school students receiving their awards from SBCO President Steve Groth.
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