Applications for Honorariums and Mini-Grants for the 2021-2022 school year are now being accepted. PCMEA is offering 12 $200 Honorariums and 6 $500 Mini-Grants for members. These are reviewed monthly by a committee on a first-come, first-served basis and are approved at the PCMEA board meetings. The PCMEA Board will do its best to distribute the awards as evenly as possible among our many members and content areas. Please enter all requests by May 1, 2022.
Honorarium Awards Granted as of May 05, 2022
Mary Lou Keyloun Cruz $200 for West Music Ukukele Training Steve Visnage, $500 for ASTA National Conference Carol Carstensen, $500 for AOSA National Professional Development Conference Brigitte Poulson, $500 for ACDA Southern Division Conference Ann Adair, $500 for Society for Music Theory Annual Meeting Abbey Duncan, $500 for ASTA National Conference Mary Cassaday-Jones, $500 for Drum Circle Facilitation Training Keely Werly, $200 for ASTA National Conference Ajori Spencer, $200 for Midwest Clinic Band/Orchestra Conference Danay Valero, $200 for Midwest Clinic Band/Orchestra Conference Constance Robertson, $200 for Modern Band Summit Phyllis Garrett, $200 for Orff-Shulwerk, Level 2 Certificate Course Kate Rafalski, $200 for Kodaly Certification, Level 1 Course Sean Hayes, $200 for Kids, Choirs, and Drums Melissa Wight, $200 for ASTA National Conference Rosemary Collins, $200 for Collins Cambridge Music Training Ian Black, $200 for USF Band Director's Symposium David Martinez-Cooley, $200 for World Music Drumming Samplers
Directions 1. Fill out the form below before May 1, 2022. 2. Click submit to send it automatically to the PCMEA Board for review. 3.Applications will be reviewed at the next PCMEA Board meeting. 4.Upon approval, notification will be given via email. 5.After attending the training, submit receipts and certificate of completion to Crystal Berner, Highpoint Elementary. 6.A reimbursement check will be written.
*Members who received an honorarium in the 2021-2022 school year may not apply for a 2022-2023 honorarium or mini-grant.In order to impact a wider percentage of students, members may not be considered for sequential years.