Awarded $95,974 in grants to SBISD campuses and district this fall.
New and exciting district-wide grants include the College Prep Program and “Operation Graduation.”
Council of PTAs – senior scholarships; Cornerstone – school garden; Hollibrook – after-school program; Housman – iPad center; Hunters Creek – first grade iPads; Memorial High – portable sound system; Nottingham – first grade non-fiction project; Pine Shadow Elementary – interactive music program; Ridgecrest Elementary – technology; Spring Shadow Elementary -MacBooks for music composition; Spring Woods High – Leadership in Action for the Class of 2015; Spring Woods Middle – smart TVs for vocabulary enhancement; Stratford High – student planners; Treasure Forest Elementary – campus greenhouse; Valley Oaks Elementary -bilingual Lego, theatre, science and dance classes; Westchester Academy – iPads and apps; Westwood Elementary – action-based learning lab.
Raised $83,536 at our 17th annual golf tournament to help fund grants.
Thanks to Roy Montalbano and his committee.
Raised $895,295 towards a $1 million goal for the Fund for the Future endowment.
Earned income will be used to fund future programs for SBISD students. Many thanks to Lyle Lovett and His Acoustic Band for playing a special concert on November 19. Thanks to the Lyle Lovett committee, more than $140,000 was raised for the endowment.
The Spring Branch Education Foundation was founded in 1993 to create voluntary financial support for Spring Branch ISD and to support its mission of quality education.
The Foundation provides donors with a vehicle for making approved, tax-deductible gifts to SBISD. In 12 years, the Foundation has raised over $7,000,000, and has received a Houston Business Promise Award from the Greater Houston Partnership.