The Mission of the Sanger Education Foundation is to introduce and support funding initiatives designed to strengthen the quality of education in Sanger ISD.
A Child's Tomorrow
begins with YOU TODAY!
You make it all possible!
"The Sanger Education Foundation gives back to our students and schools with the support of the community and has blessed our school with multiple grants that enhance, engage and enrich our students' education."
Sally Herrell, Principal
Sanger Middle School
Learning Never Ceases!
Fellowship Scholarships and Staff Development Opportunties
that YOU MADE POSSIBLE!
"Our Community Supporters makes the dreams we have for our students come true!"
Jennie Flaa, Principal, Sanger High School
"Students utilize the latest technologies and therefore learn in ways that prepare them for the modern world."
Stephanie Lance, Principal
Clear Creek Intermediate
"The Sanger Education Foundation supports the work on creating innovative and engaging opportunities for our young people of Sanger, This invaluable endeavor is greatly appreciated by all stakeholders and impacts our future as we prepare children to become independent thinkers, efficient problem solvers and responsible community members."
Cari Cockrell Vice Principal
Chisholm Trail Elementary
"Students and teachers of SISD have benefited greatly from the foundation awarding innovative grants that help students stay engaged in the classroom and learn the latest skills that are necessary for success in an ever changing world."
Tabatha McCuistion, SISD Teacher
"When I think of the foundation, I think of the community coming together to provide our students with revolutionary programs and creative practices in our classrooms which will significantly impact the lives of our students."
Alice Ford, Principal
Chisholm Trail Elementary
"From the beginning, the vision of the foundation was to foster community investment in Sanger's children and educators. That same vision remains paramount today." ~~ Jeff Springer, Sanger Education Foundation, Founding President
Student Scholarship Applications are due Tuesday January 16th. Teacher Instructional and Staff Development Grants are due Monday, February 5, 2018. District Wide Impact Grants are due Monday, February 12, 2018. Student Enrichment Applications are due Monday, April 2, 2018.
What would your gift to the Sanger Education Foundation do? $25.00 could provide 10 boiling point thermometers for science classes. $30.00 would place a 3D Geo Math Model for middle school students hands, $75.00 could provide a KNEX Force, Energy and Motion Science Kit. A $300 donation allows elementary students to experience hands on Computer Science coding and programming.
YOUR GIFT MATTERS!
In just 12 years, you have provided over $850,000.00 in Educational Initiatives possible to the Students of Sanger ISD! THANK YOU for your past and continued support! A Child’s Tomorrow begins Today!
Sanger Surf Camp
Engaging Learning through Technology
Elementary Music Programs
Bringing Environmental Scientific data to Classrooms across Sanger ISD through sustainable energy Instructional Grant that YOU made possible through your support.
We need your Help! There are many great ways in which you can be involved and support the foundation in our mission of introducing and supporting initiatives designed to strengthen the quality of education in Sanger ISD.
YOU MAKE IT ALL POSSIBLE! Look what you accomplished this year in recognizing innovative teaching within Sanger ISD through supplemental grant awards. The 2017-2018 Grant Awards totaled over $78,000.00 and were announced in May and June.
Do you have a vision for the students of Sanger ISD and to the community of Sanger? It starts with you & your passion. We provide individuals, businesses and families a means in which to bring an everlasting legacy to the forefront supporting education across Sanger ISD.
ONE SIGNATURE ANNUAL EVENT that brings together current grant recipients, district staff, parents, grandparents, alumni, area businesses and community leaders in support of Sanger ISD and our youth while focusing on the mission, vision and goals of the foundation.
Have you thought what your legacy as a Sanger ISD graduate could be to all those who follow in your footsteps? The halls may be the same, but today’s classroom learning is different! Supporting a class FELLOWS is a great means to give back to your hometown community and future Sanger ISD graduates.
YOU MAKE A DIFFERENCE and that YOUR GIFT changes more than the lives of the students; it allows them to possibly change the world. Consider joining the foundation, SISD staff and area businesses in showing our students that YOU support their dreams.
“CoServ is honored to support and partner with the Sanger Education Foundation. In particular, the Teacher Assistance Awards help educators put students in position to succeed – both in the classroom and in life.” www.coserv.com/community
Craig Chambers, ~ CoServ Area Manager
“I felt inspired to begin funding an endowment formally names the Sanger Autism Spectrum Endowment. We are excited to see what we are close to being a fully funded endowment the potential of having a perpetual source of funds for kids with Autism in Sanger ISD. We know it is just a small part of the foundation, but it gives us great pleasure to be able to help in this way, today and into the future.”
John Gage, DDS Gage Dental
“THANK YOU for supporting my first year at TAMS.TAMS has been a rewarding experience filled with unlimited opportunities to grow. I have been exposed to many challenging and exciting opportunities throughout the 2015-2016 school year. In addition to already completing my freshman year of college, I have become involved in particle accelerator physics research. In January I joined the Ion Beam Modification and Analysis Laboratory of the Physics Department at UNT, under Dr. Duncan Weathers, Ph. D. In Dr. Weather’s research lab I have the opportunity to come in and work collaboratively with doctorate students and professional faculty in the physics department, and I will also be conducting independent research over the Summer of 2016, investigating the surface composition of candidate alloys for use in the liquid metal ion sources of particle accelerators. Thank you again for the support.”
Thomas Sanders ~ Student Enrichment Recipient 2016
“The Sanger Education Foundation is doing amazing things for our district. With their ongoing support and generosity, my students have been exposed to exciting technology that keeps them engaged in the classroom and gives them a better foundation for future learning.”
“Working for a not-for-profit organization and serving as a volunteer for a non-profit has taught me the value of collaborations, the importance of people helping people, and has given me a deeper appreciation for what these organization do for the community. I am honored to be a part of the Sanger Education Foundation and proud to serve.”
Dee Dee Peterson, VP Branch Operations, Denton Area Credit Union.
“I invest my time, energy and resources in the Sanger Education Foundation because I believe that a educated community is a better community. Whether by enrichment in elementary through high school, preparation for college, providing a gateway to learning a trade, or development skills to prepare students for the challenges of life, communities are better where education is cultivated. The Foundation provides the funding for many of these opportunities and experiences for our students.
“I have been an owner of a business in Sanger over the past 15 years focusing on Architectural and Engineering services. Our business is dependent on quality education and community involvement. I support the foundation for the purpose of improving both. The Foundation is a key contributor to the education of our students.”
Brad Isbell, President Eikon Consulting Group
“The Sanger Education Foundation has provided students and staff at Linda Tutt High School with opportunities, learning experiences and program that they could never have experienced where it not for the educational grant awarded to them by the foundation. From SmartBoards to make learning more engaging and fun and to keep us up to date with the most current technological instructional resources to providing resources to allow us to set up a student run “Panini Cafe” to teach employ-ability skills to providing books that we were able to use to allow our students to teach character education lessons to elementary students at Chisholm Trial Elementary, the foundation’s impact on our school is immeasurable.”
Dr. Ann Hughes, Linda Tutt High School Principal
“We have been a member of the Foundation for Sanger Schools since its inception. I fully believe that we have the responsibility as parents, business owners, and community members to help form and prepare for our future. Our children are that future for us as well as themselves and their children and all that come after we’re gone. Lets think ahead not just for today.”
“These are our hopes & dreams! Thanks to SEF, we have access to many resources that will help us achieve their goals!”
Mrs. Scheana Eller, Clear Creek Intermediate Teachers
“I have been fortunate to see the foundation from the viewpoint of a committee member, a parent of students and now as a SISD Principal. It is such a blessing to see the way our community and school district have partnered together through the foundation to care for our students. The value of the foundation’s work is immeasurable.”
Larry Shuman ~ Sixth Grade Center Principal
“The grant opportunities afforded through the foundation has enhanced our teaching with technology, furthering education for staff, and equipment for our physical education program. We can bring any item, picture, video, or text bigger than life size with our document cameras and projection machines.”