Oklahoma Classroom Learning and School Supplies (CLASS) Grant

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Oklahoma Classroom Learning and School Supplies (CLASS) Grants

The State Board of Education is authorized to award one or more grants annually to classroom teachers from funds available in the Public School Classroom Support Revolving Fund established pursuant to 70 O.S. § 1-123. A grant awarded under this section shall be used by the grantee teacher for the purpose of purchasing supplies, materials, or equipment for their class or classes. To ensure the continuing availability of the grant program, which is funded by taxpayer donations that vary annually, the full amount available in the Public School Classroom Support Revolving Fund may not be awarded during a single year. (210:40-31-1)

Applications will be accepted through July 1, 2024. Award notifications will be made in late July.


A public school classroom teacher in Oklahoma is eligible to apply for a Public School Classroom Support Grant. A certified educator employed under Oklahoma Cost Accounting System (OCAS) Job Class Code 210, "Teacher", or OCAS Job Class Code 213, "Resource Teacher", shall be considered a classroom teacher for purposes of the Public School Classroom Support Grant program.

Award Amount

$1,000 - $5,000


  1. An articulated purpose for the requested grant that is intended to promote student learning in one or more content areas or skills.
  2. A specific plan for incorporating supplies, materials, and/or equipment funded by the requested grant into the applying teacher's course(s) for the stated purpose.
  3. Alignment of the purpose and plan for the requested grant with the Oklahoma Academic Standards.

Distribution of Grants 

Grants will be awarded each year to at least one recipient who represents each of the following categories:

  1. An early childhood or elementary school.
  2. A middle or junior high school.
  3. A high school.
  4. An alternative school, alternative academy, or alternative education program as defined by 70 O.S. § 1210.568.
  5. A school in a "small school district" as defined by 70 O.S. § 18-201.1(B)(3).
  6. A school in a district with an average daily membership of thirty thousand (30,000) or more.
  7. A school in a district that is not a "small school district" and has an average daily membership lower than thirty thousand (30,000).

Shared grants

Two (2) or more teachers at the same school site may apply for a shared grant to be used for the same purpose in more than one classroom. One application should be submitted for a shared grant. If a shared grant is awarded, the funded amount of the grant will be shared by the participating teachers listed on the application, with appropriate distribution of the grant funds among participating classrooms to be the responsibility of the participating teachers and the site administrator. A teacher who has been one of the recipients of a shared grant is not eligible to apply for another shared grant for two (2) years following the year the shared grant was received.

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Last updated on May 23, 2024