NEWS


Congratulations
2019 Foundation Grant Recipients

Columbine Elementary:

  • Sara Stone-Dvorak - Alternative Seating - $750
  • Peggy Wallace / Nicole Melby - Learning Executive Functioning Through Games - $860                        
  • Cathy Davidson - Interactive History Experience - $200

Gateway Elementary

  • Ashley Lawless - Gateway Preschool Playground - $1,000

Summit Elementary

  • Val Brown - Take a Walk on the Sensory Side - $773.00
  • Val Brown - Summit Digs Gardening - $990

Gateway/Summit Elementary

  • Sandy Struble - LEGO WeDo Elementary Level Robotics Program - $949.75

Woodland Park Middle School

  • Elizabeth Barry - WPMS Video Production Program - $1,000

Woodland Park School District

  • Sean Goings - LED Stop Signs - $1,000

 Total $7,523


Grant Funding Process

The Foundation provides an opportunity for all WPSD staff to apply for mini-grants through an annual application process. The applications are sent via email to all staff in November with a deadline set at the beginning of January. A team of grant reviewers make recommendations of funding with final decision announced at the February Board of Education meeting.


Support WPSD Foundation when ordering from Amazon.com
AmazonSmile is a simple and automatic way to support the WPSD Foundation every time you shop at Amazon.com, at no extra cost to you. It's an added bonus that Amazon will donate a portion of the purchase price of eligible items to WPSD Foundation.

Simply go to smile.amazon.com and select Woodland Park Re-2 School District Foundation as your charity organization. They will remember the selection and then every eligible purchase you make at smile.amazon.com will result in a donation.

You can use the same account on Amazon.com and AmazonSmile. Your shopping cart, wish list, and other account settings are all the same.


FUNDRAISING DINNER

The WPSD Foundation holds an annual fundraising dinner in March at the Swiss Chalet Restaurant in Woodland Park. The dinner averages over $7,000 each year to be disbursed to our schools.