This Year's Project: Anchoring Learning
The Columbus Public Schools Foundation enhances student learning by working with the school district, alumni, businesses and community to provide financial support for innovative programs not covered by the school districts funding sources. The Foundations vision is to provide the students of Columbus Public Schools with as many educational opportunities as possible.
Current Project: Anchoring Learning
You can Help kids...Discover, Run, Play Imagine and Explore at your neighborhood schools. By donating to "Big Give" you can help the kids with enhanced playgrounds and technology!!
Centennial Elementary School- Goal is $1,000.00
Our wish for Centennial is to get permanent soccer goals for our students that can stay up all year.
Emerson Elementary School- Goal is $2,000.00
Emerson is located in the middle of town; the playground provides a place to play for students and the community. Emerson is wanting to purchase more interactive playground equipment that would engage younger students including preschool.
On May 1st, 2nd, and 3rd stop by Emerson and they will be doing a lemonade and popcorn sale. All monies will go back to purchasing interactive playground equipment.
Lost Creek Elementary School- Goal is $1,000.00
Lost Creek would like to raise money to purchase a headset for their Sound System used by P.E. Instructors and for daily assemblies.
North Park Elementary School- Goal is $1,000.00
North Park would like to purchase projectors that will be used daily for educating students.
West Park Elementary School- Goal is $1,000.00
West Park would like to purchase projectors that will be used daily for educating students.
Columbus Middle School- Goal is $2,000.00
Our goal is to provide a large portable projection screen to use in multiple locations throughout the school that does not have projection or audiovisual equipment.
Columbus High School- Goal is $2,800.00
Our goal is to provide Multi-Media Displays to make announcements and keep students and families informed about events and activities happening at Columbus Public Schools.