EEF Grant Scoring Rubric Submission Form for 2022-23 Applications
Grant scores are due by Friday, October 28.

Grant Scoring Instructions: 
1.  Find your grant reading assignments
Follow THIS LINK  to the Grant Reading Assignments Spreadsheet for Grant Applications submitted this cycle. 


Look for your name on the tabs on the grant assignments spreadsheet — you will either be listed as:

  • First Reader – In charge of facilitating discussion about the grant, if needed.
  • Second Reader – In charge of documenting discussion about the grant for EEF’s notes, and in case an applicant requests feedback.
  • Reader – Each grant application from schools will have five (5) readers. 

***If you fail to score a grant you are assigned, it will skew the overall scoring for that application.***


2.  Locate Applications
School Applications:
Click HERE for the link to a folder that contains all of the grant applications from schools, as well as  any associated attachments.
District Applications:
NOTE: All Board & Staff score every district level application.  
There are _ district level applications that are in district folder located HERE.



3. Use the Scoring Rubric form located at the bottom of this page to enter your scores. 
You will use this form for every application, but will need to select the appropriate grant from the dropdown menu. 
Each of the grant application titles is listed under “Application Reviewed” in a pull-down menu on the scoring form.  Please make sure you have chosen the correct grant title before you begin to score it.  
*Once you submit your scores for one grant, click “Launch New Rubric” that will appear that the bottom of the page to allow a blank form to repopulate on the screen for your next set of scores.  

Grant scores are due by Friday, October 28. 
We will go over grants that merit discussion at Grant Night on Thursday, November 3.  


Questions? Contact the EEF Office by calling 541.790.7744 or emailing

EEF FY2023 Grant Scoring Rubric

  • Application Attachments (suggestion: right click to open in a new window)

  • Applications with an asterisk have supplemental attachments

  • 1. Application Summary

  • Please enter a number from 0 to 10.

  • 2. Investment Focus Areas

  • Please enter a number from 0 to 15.
    Enrichment = Exposing children to a world of possibilities and sparking a love of learning. Ex: Science/Technology/Engineering/Math, Arts, Experiential Learning

    Ready to Learn = Building Strong Foundations for learning success. Ex: Literacy, Social Emotional Learning, Basic Needs

    Pathways = Cultivating skills for a diverse range of talents and dreams. Ex: Career Technical Education, Special Education, Talented & Gifted

  • 3. Equity

  • Please enter a number from 0 to 15.
    Demonstrates commitment to equity and inclusion in educational programs and opportunities.

    "Equity is achieved when all students receive the resources they need so they can graduate prepared for success after high school" - Nation School Boards Association

  • 4. Impact: Engagement

  • Please enter a number from 0 to 10.
    Impact can be measured in a variety of ways for example: from a mile wide and inch deep to a mile deep and an inch wide. This score should be reflective of the level of impact on the students served

  • 5. Impact: Outcomes

  • Please enter a number from 0 to 10.

  • 6. Accountability

  • Please enter a number from 0 to 10.

  • 7. Budget

  • Please enter a number from 0 to 10.

  • 8. Sustainability: Proposal Repeated

  • Please enter a number from 0 to 5.

  • Score Total

  • The Total is out of 85 (needs index and alignment will be added separately)

  • Recommendation