Grants in Action

REA3D grants are awarded twice annually, each fall and winter, or by discretionary decision by the REA3D Board. Grant awards are based on an applicant’s alignment with the REA3D mission on supporting Academic, Art and Athletic projects for learners of all ages in Proctor School District communities.

Below are pictures demonstrating REA3D-funded projects.

A set of 30 Baritone Ukeleles was purchased with a REA3D grant in January of 2019 for the Proctor Middle School music curriculum
Boy’s Volleyball Startup; REA3D Assisted with Uniform Purchase, January 2019
Bay View Students are reading A Long Walk to Water, courtesy of a REA3D grant.
REA3D grants help support Proctor swimming programs for youth
A Night to Shine, arrival of participants, supported by a REA3D grant in October 2017
Heart of the Dance, a REA3D grant helps student learn basic partner dancing steps, January 2018

REA3D Partnership with Dolly Parton Imagination Library                                                             

Brings FREE Books to Proctor School District’s Littlest Learners

Who is it for? Children under the age of 5 who reside in the Proctor School District

What is it?  Each month a new, carefully selected book will be mailed in your child’s name directly to your home. The first book is always the children’s classic “The Little Engine that Could.” There is no cost or obligation to your family.

When will the books arrive? Eight to ten weeks after your registration form has been received, books will begin arriving at your home, and will continue to arrive until your child turns five or you move out of the covered area.

How do I sign up? Register online at (requires authorization of adult)

What if I move? If your address changes, but you are still in the ISD 704 area, please notify us at: