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Schools Foundation Awards Innovation Grants

The Snoqualmie Valley Schools Foundation has announced a wide range of classroom grants that it will be able to fund for the 2016-17 school year, totaling nearly $16,000. These grants were among requests totaling over $35,000 submitted to the Schools Foundation. The grants awarded to Snoqualmie Valley educators are listed below.
To continue its support of innovative learning programs and classroom resources, the Foundation has launched its Fall 2016 “All In for Kids” Clickathon fundraising campaign this week. The campaign will run from October 24 through November 13. To make a donation toward classroom innovation in Snoqualmie Valley schools, please click here:
2016-17 Classroom Innovation Grants
 2016 Classroom Grants awarded
In addition to funding classroom grants, the Snoqualmie Valley Schools Foundation supports district-wide initiatives each year that benefit all Snoqualmie Valley schools. The Foundation presented a donation of $80,000 last June which is funding the following initiatives for students this year:
  • Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID) College and Career Readiness program (grades 6-12)
  • Math Support for elementary and middle school students (grades K-8) 
  • Elementary Reading Support (grades K-5)
  • Social Emotional Education/Support
Every donation, regardless of the amount, is appreciated and benefits Snoqualmie Valley students. For more information, visit the Snoqualmie Valley Schools Foundation website at: