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FULLY FUNDED! Adaptive Art for All!

$1,668 of $1,665
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FULLY FUNDED! Adaptive Art for All!

$1,668 of $1,665 raised

♥ DONORS WALL OF SUPPORT ♥

Anonymous

November 19, 2019

Suzanne Dunn

November 17, 2019

Steven Fulkerson

November 9, 2019

Thank you for your amazing enthusiasm, Kristi! This is yet another example of the incredible Rochester Community Schools programs.

Jessica Opfer

November 7, 2019

I am a "non-artist" who loves to teach about art (I coordinate Art Smart at North Hill Elementary) and this program sounds amazing!

Alisa Sarkic

November 5, 2019

Karen Schaefer

October 31, 2019

What a wonderful opportunity for our ATPS students!

Sue Srock

October 30, 2019

A donation well deserved.

Anonymous

October 30, 2019

Anne Burcz

October 29, 2019

Mary Crimmings

October 28, 2019

Jen Brown

October 28, 2019

Amy Kesler

October 28, 2019

Melissa Kanasty

October 28, 2019

My oldest child is a kindergartener at Hampton but I have been a special ed teacher for 19 years in another district. For many years I taught adult SXI (18-26 yr olds) in a school with very low parent support and participation. I know how hard it can be to want to provide worthwhile … Read more

My oldest child is a kindergartener at Hampton but I have been a special ed teacher for 19 years in another district. For many years I taught adult SXI (18-26 yr olds) in a school with very low parent support and participation. I know how hard it can be to want to provide worthwhile opportunities for my students but not have the means to do so unless it was coming out of my own pocket. Adaptive art is so worthwhile. Good luck in your pursuits!

Sandra Mazza

October 28, 2019

What a great program.

Jeni Hester

October 28, 2019

Anonymous

October 28, 2019

Prashanth Krishna

October 28, 2019

nancy oeswein

October 28, 2019

Debra Hartman

October 28, 2019

Kurt Wasiluk

October 28, 2019

Sandra Turner

October 25, 2019

What a wonderful opportunity! Possibly an art show at the end of the year? Thank you for the amazing ATPS program!

Lauren Greve

October 25, 2019

Hello! My name is Ms. Kristi McAllister!

Here is a little more about me…

I am a teacher for the Adult Transition Program and Services (ATPS) at the Dr. John M. Schultz Educational Campus.

I love my students because…

Even though I am the teacher, they have already taught me so much. While on the exterior it may not seem that they have opinions and wants, they most certainly do. I have taken the time to pay very close attention to their movements, eye gazes, facial expressions and body language to understand them and see them for who they are. They each are unique and have beautiful personalities! They are truly a gift.

More about my project…

RCS adult transition program and services (ATPS) students with multiple impairments (SXI) would love the opportunity to attend an art class every week at the Paint a Miracle studio located in downtown Rochester (30 classes this school year).

This opportunity will give students a chance to create art that they can showcase and sell if they so choose.

The main principles of the ATPS is for students to develop independence with the community through community relationships. This program offers the opportunity to create art with the support and accommodations that students to be independent and participate fully within our community.

Paint a Miracle is so thrilled to have our students attend their program, that they have offered a grant for half the cost.

♥ This is where you can help! ♥

Help us match the grant!

Your support will foster independence, community connections, and the opportunity to participate in the community. This will enhance the lives of students in a positive way! Thank you for your consideration!

Any donation is appreciated!


Where Your Donation Goes


  • Weekly art class for ATPS students at the Paint a Miracle studio
  • 30 classes this school year for each student
  • The cost to use the art room, have a teacher present every week and all of the supplies at Paint a Miracle
  • An art portfolio for each student as well and an art show to display and celebrate their work
  • Student art will be made into items that they can sell
  • 3rd party payment processing fee
  • Fulfillment labor & materials

Total Project Goal    $1,743.11

*A portion of the total project goal will be donated to the RCS Foundation to enhance and enrich learning for all RCS students, to help build awareness and to support additional programs and projects. Thank you for your generous contribution and dedication to making a difference!

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ATPS Adaptive Art for All!

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ATPS Adaptive Art for All!

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Hello! My name is Ms. Cayla Scharoll!

Here is a little more about me and my students…

I am a teacher for the Adult Transition Program and Services (ATPS) at the Dr. John M. Schultz Educational Campus.

The RCS Adult Transition Program and Services (ATPS) and students with multiple impairments (SXI) would love the opportunity to attend an art class every week at the Paint-A-Miracle studio located in downtown Rochester.

In 2019, the RCS community helped fully funded a same request and allowed our students to attend up to 30 classes that school year!! The students were ECSTATIC!! 

They all had an opportunity to create, showcase, and even sell their art, if they chose to do so!! Every donor that contributed to their joy received a personalized thank you note with their art from outside. THANK YOU! 

More about our project…

♥ This is where you can help! ♥

Paint-A-Miracle is so thrilled to have our students back at their program, that they have offered a grant for half the cost.

Help us match the grant!

The main principles of the ATPS is for students to develop independence with the community through community relationships. This program offers the opportunity to create art with the support and accommodations that students to be independent and participate fully within our community.

Your support will foster independence, community connections, and the opportunity to participate in the community. This will enhance the lives of students in a positive way! Thank you for your consideration!

♥ Any donation amount is appreciated! ♥


Where Your Donation Goes:


  • Weekly art class for ATPS students at the Paint a Miracle studio
  • 30 classes this school year for each student
  • The cost to use the art room, have a teacher present every week and all of the supplies at Paint a Miracle
  • An art portfolio for each student as well and an art show to display and celebrate their work
  • Student art will be made into items that they can sell
  • 3rd party payment processing fee
  • Fulfillment labor & materials

Total Project Goal $2,000.

♥ DONORS WALL OF SUPPORT ♥

Qiuxia Li

October 30, 2022

Deanne Moore

October 28, 2022

Linda Kalaj

October 28, 2022

Kelsey Biswanger

October 26, 2022

Eunjeong Jeon

October 24, 2022

Brooke Dunwell

October 10, 2022

Ann Williams

October 6, 2022

Sandhya Sree Athmakuri

October 6, 2022

Maureen Moons

October 6, 2022

dinesh kesavan

May 5, 2022

JULIA WASILUK

May 4, 2022

Cameron looks forward to this every week.

Anonymous

May 4, 2022

Kimberly Dinda

May 4, 2022

Amy Schuster

May 4, 2022

Happy to support this amazing program for the ATPS students!

Karen Schaefer

May 4, 2022

Thank you for this wonderful program for our ATPS students!

Katja Hoefler

March 8, 2022

Anne Burcz

March 8, 2022

Art is a wonderful outlet!

Melissa Haddad

February 12, 2022

Anonymous

January 25, 2022

Lynn Gilleland

January 21, 2022

*A portion of the total project goal will be donated to the RCS Foundation to enhance and enrich learning for all RCS students, to help build awareness and to support additional programs and projects. Thank you for your generous contribution and dedication to making a difference!

FULLY FUNDED! AHS “Take A Minute” Calm Environment Project!

$3,510 of $3,450
21 donations

FULLY FUNDED! AHS “Take A Minute” Calm Environment Project!

$3,510 of $3,450 raised

DONOR WALL OF SUPPORT

Todd Piwowar

January 25, 2022

Anonymous

January 22, 2022

Jeneanne Hanley

January 21, 2022

Thank you for providing a comforting, welcoming and fun environment for all kids to reach their learning potential. 💗💗💗

Shannon Santella

January 21, 2022

We love our Highlanders and all their phenomenal teachers ❤️

Andrea Wright

January 21, 2022

Erin Ross

January 21, 2022

Thank you so much Tracye for all that you've done and continue to do. Best of luck with this wonderful project!

David Benedict

January 21, 2022

Alicia Vasilakis

July 27, 2020

This is a wonderful Idea. Keep up the good work.

Anonymous

July 27, 2020

Sue Evans

March 6, 2020

Cathy Wood

February 8, 2020

Thank you for all you do!!!

Jeni Hester

February 4, 2020

Thank you for your generous contribution and dedication to making a difference!

"Take A Minute" Calm Environment

Hello! My name is Ms. Tracye Schwartz.

I am a Learning Consultant at Adams High School. I am seeking your help to raise enough funds to create a “Take A Minute” Calm Environment Space that is more inviting and serene to accommodate and comfort to students with special needs, 504 and/or IEP, anxiety disorders, or any student struggling with social emotional health while taking assessments or working on projects outside of the classroom.

This is my proposal’s compelling why…

Often times, students with special needs, be it a 504 accommodation plan, an Individualized Education Plan (IEP), Generalized Anxiety Disorder, or any child struggling with his/her social and emotional health seemingly feel more comfortable taking assessments or working on assignments and projects outside of the classroom in a non-traditional, quiet and calm setting.

It is our desire at Adams High School (AHS) to create an environment of tranquillity and quiet to accommodate and comfort this unique population of students.

With the use of alternative seating, study carrels, privacy screens, and an area rug to control noise, we feel these students will be able to cope better with their test anxiety and consequently, improve their assessment performances.

Moreover, students can access the space to receive extra classroom supports, particularly in math and language arts.

♥ This is where you can help! ♥

Help us reach our goal!

Currently, we do not have appropriate furniture to accommodate the amount of students who are accessing the room.

With your support, the following items and furniture will be purchased to create the “Take A Minute” space and provide students with the opportunity to self-regulate, refocus, and reduce stress, anger, and/or anxiety and be fully engaged in the learning process.

Thank you for your consideration!

Any donation is appreciated!

Where Your Donation Goes

  • 12 Desks
  • 12 Chairs
  • 4 Study Carrels
  • 1 package of Privacy Shields
  • 1 Standing Desk
  • 4 Computer Chairs
  • 1 Essential Oil Diffuser and Oils
  • 3rd party payment processing fee
  • Fulfillment labor & materials

Total Project Goal   $3,450

*A portion of the total project goal will be donated to the RCS Foundation to enhance and enrich learning for all RCS students, to help build awareness and to support additional programs and projects.

Thank you for your generous contribution and dedication to making a difference!

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AHS HIGHLANDERS BOYS LACROSSE FUNDRAISER

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AHS HIGHLANDERS BOYS LACROSSE FUNDRAISER

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ROCHESTER ADAMS HIGH SCHOOL HIGHLANDERS

BOYS LACROSSE FUNDRAISER

Click here to watch a quick: THANK YOU video from the AHS Boys Lacrosse Team

We are in great need of your support!

Fundraising now, more than ever, is vital to the success of our program!!

Please consider donating and sharing via email, text, and social media so that our goal of $15,000 can be reached.

♥ This is where you can help ♥

Help us reach our goal!

Your donation will help offset costs applied to the AHS Boys Lacrosse program.

Your donation is greatly appreciated and tax-deductible!

♥ Any donation amount is appreciated! ♥


Where Your Donation Goes:


  • Some of these costs include repair and purchase of equipment, training camps, competitions, gear, travel costs, & uniforms.
  • 3rd party payment processing fee
  • Fulfillment labor & materials

Total Project Goal   $5,000

♥ DONORS WALL OF SUPPORT ♥

Todd Piwowar

October 24, 2022

Anonymous

October 6, 2022

Melissa Coen

October 6, 2022

Jason Tether

May 31, 2022

HARTONO NGATIO

May 5, 2022

Michelle Smith

April 22, 2022

Carey Northcutt

April 22, 2022

On behalf of Jenson Northcutt

Evelyn Randazzo

April 22, 2022

Lori Price

April 22, 2022

Jennifer Horvath

April 22, 2022

Aiden Janes

April 22, 2022

Julie Adams

April 22, 2022

Cindy Stein

April 22, 2022

On behalf of Kaitlyn Kauppila

Eric Orlowsky

April 22, 2022

Steve and Jeneanne Hanley

April 22, 2022

On behalf of Aiden Hanley

Michelle Partlow

April 22, 2022

Katherine Burgin

April 22, 2022

Please print the receipt that you receive after submission, for your records. 

*A portion of the total project goal will be donated to the RCS Foundation to enhance and enrich learning for all RCS students, to help build awareness and to support additional programs and projects.

Link Crew Program at AHS!

$2,175 of $2,868
15 donations

Link Crew Program at AHS!

$2,175 of $2,868 raised
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Hello! My name is Mr. Edward Boguslawski.

I am one of the Link Crew Coordinators at Adams High School (AHS). The AHS Link Crew Coordinators are seeking your help to raise enough funds to attend the advanced training and further implement the Link Crew Freshman Mentoring program.

This is my proposal’s compelling why…

Link Crew is a nationwide program  that aims to set up each freshman with upperclassmen to help him/her smoothly transition into high school.

Link Crew is firmly embedded as our freshman mentoring program at AHS. We fully intend to have this program continuing every year with each incoming freshman class. As time progresses, every single student that attends AHS will have participated in the Link Crew program as a freshman and then some of them again as upperclassmen Link Leaders. 

♥ This is where you can help! ♥

Help us reach our goal!

With your support, the cost of the conference, travel and roundtrip expenditure will be covered, allowing us to bring back new and successful methods to apply towards the Link Crew Freshman Mentoring program.

Thank you for your consideration!

Any donation is appreciated!

Where Your Donation Goes

  • Annual conference fees for new advisors and coordinators to attend
  • Costs for supplies and materials to prepare for Freshman orientation
  • 3rd party payment processing fee
  • Fulfillment labor & materials

Total Project Goal   $2,868

*A portion of the total project goal will be donated to the RCS Foundation to enhance and enrich learning for all RCS students, to help build awareness and to support additional programs and projects.

Thank you for your generous contribution and dedication to making a difference!

♥ DONOR WALL OF SUPPORT ♥

Miyoung Ahn

October 24, 2022

Anonymous

October 6, 2022

Elizza Kudret

May 6, 2022

Rebecca Mires

March 9, 2022

Fancy Moreland

March 9, 2022

Lydia Arellano

March 8, 2022

Sharon Pizzuti

January 21, 2022

Grateful for this valuable and impactful program and all those associated with it!

yuhong FU

May 26, 2021

Yuanlin Zhu

May 26, 2021

Prapulla Devineni

December 28, 2020

Brian Balutanski

December 28, 2020

Nhung Nguyen

July 30, 2020

Lynn Ris

July 27, 2020

Thank you for this amazing organization!

Debra Dunn

March 7, 2020

Thank you for doing this program - it really makes a difference!

Kimberly Komjathy

December 12, 2019

Thanks so much!

Steve Ferguson

December 3, 2019

Heather Delikat

December 3, 2019

christina nagy

December 2, 2019

Way to go RCS!! Keep it up!

AHS Track & Field Program

$3,504 of $5,000
17 donations

AHS Track & Field Program

$3,504 of $5,000 raised
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Rochester Adams High School (AHS) Highlanders

Track & Field Fundraiser

We are in great need of your support!
Please consider donating and sharing this link via email, text, and social media so that our goal of $5,000 can be reached.
Your donation will help offset costs applied to the AHS Boys and Girls Track and Field program.

♥ This is where you can help ♥

Help us reach our goal!

Fundraising now, more than ever, is vital to the success of the RHS Boys’ and Girls’ Track & Field Program!

We are asking for each student/athlete’s family to donate $100.00. This will be the only fundraiser for the program.

♥ Any donation amount is appreciated! ♥


Where Your Donation Goes:


  • Finish line timer
  • 2 – Hurdle Carts
  • 8 – Hurdles
  • Uniforms
  • 3rd party payment processing fee
  • Fulfillment labor & materials

Total Project Goal   $5,000

♥ DONORS WALL OF SUPPORT ♥

Todd Piwowar

October 24, 2022

Anonymous

October 6, 2022

Melissa Coen

October 6, 2022

Jason Tether

May 31, 2022

HARTONO NGATIO

May 5, 2022

Michelle Smith

April 22, 2022

Carey Northcutt

April 22, 2022

On behalf of Jenson Northcutt

Evelyn Randazzo

April 22, 2022

Lori Price

April 22, 2022

Jennifer Horvath

April 22, 2022

Aiden Janes

April 22, 2022

Julie Adams

April 22, 2022

Cindy Stein

April 22, 2022

On behalf of Kaitlyn Kauppila

Eric Orlowsky

April 22, 2022

Steve and Jeneanne Hanley

April 22, 2022

On behalf of Aiden Hanley

Michelle Partlow

April 22, 2022

Katherine Burgin

April 22, 2022

Thank you for your generous contribution and dedication to making a difference!

*A portion of the total project goal will be donated to the RCS Foundation to enhance and enrich learning for all RCS students, to help build awareness and to support additional programs and projects.

AHS LED SIGN for PRESS BOX

$17,625 of $30,000
13 donations

AHS LED SIGN for PRESS BOX

$17,625 of $30,000 raised

AHS Highlanders

♥ DONORS WALL OF SUPPORT ♥

THANK YOU RCS Community for helping offset the cost to purchase and install a brand new state-of-the-art LED sign for the AHS press box!!

Sharon Pizzuti

November 4, 2022

Eugenia Cusumano

November 3, 2022

Christine Bennett

October 26, 2022

Trisha Bolach

October 8, 2022

Jeni Hester

September 23, 2022

Robin Hugen

September 23, 2022

Cindy Stein

September 23, 2022

Jodie Danko

September 23, 2022

Kelly Wysocki

September 23, 2022

Jeff Tether

August 29, 2022

Designated to AHS - purchase for LED Press Box Sign

Jeff Tether

August 29, 2022

Designated to AHS - purchase for LED Press Box Sign

Jeff Schmitz

August 29, 2022

Designated to AHS - purchase for LED Press Box Sign

Jeff DeGrieck

August 29, 2022

LED sign for the athletic press box at AHS

Rochester Adams High School (AHS) Highlanders

LED SIGN for PRESS BOX

We are in great need of your support!
Please consider donating and sharing this link via email, text, and social media so that our goal of $30,000 can be reached! We are more than halfway there and ask you to consider helping us achieve!
Your donation will help the AHS athletics team purchase and place an ADAMS LED sign above the press box!

♥ This is where you can help ♥

Help us reach our goal!

♥ Any donation amount is appreciated! ♥


Where Your Donation Goes:


  • LED Press Box Signage
  • Engineering – Spec Drawings and structural engineering
  • Aluminum Framing System
  • Installation
  • Permits, City of Rochester Hills
  • 3rd party payment processing fee
  • Fulfillment labor & materials

Total Projected Goal  $9000.

*A portion of the total project goal will be donated to the RCS Foundation to enhance and enrich learning for all RCS students, to help build awareness and to support additional programs and projects.

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AIBO – Learning Artificial Intelligence through A Cyborg Canine

$305 of $3,200
7 donations

AIBO – Learning Artificial Intelligence through A Cyborg Canine

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Hello! My name is Ms. Morey!

I am a teacher at Rochester Adams High School where I currently teach Robotics, Engineering and Architecture. I am seeking your help to raise enough funds to purchase an AIBO robotic dog.

This is my proposal’s compelling why…

We only have so many resources with the robots we already have. My students are able to program these robots and see how we can control them, but we are not able to see how a robot can learn all by itself. Artificial Intelligence (AI) is going to be a large part of robotics heading into the future and we should have the resources to keep up with this change.

Having the aibo robot will offer us the opportunity to see how an AI robot can work by understanding how it develops over time from its interactions within the classroom. This robot has the AI to learn through its own curiosity from its own experiences, giving the class a good idea of how AI can be used in robotics. 

More about my project…

The AIBO robotic dog is a robot puppy that has the ability to learn from and adapt to its surroundings. It is not only good for learning, but also good for bringing joy to the classroom. It can learn its name, commands, and can even be taught to do tricks. We believe that between the first-hand experience of watching an AI robot grow and having fun while doing so, the benefit the robotics class will receive from aibo is well worth the cost. 

♥ This is where you can help! ♥

Help Rochester Adams Robotics and Engineering students purchase the very first aibo robotic dog and enhance educational learning and lifelong memories!

Your contribution will make an impact, whether you donate $5 or $50. Every little bit helps!! 

Your support will foster innovations ideas, teamwork, community connections, and the opportunity to participate in educational success!! Thank you for your consideration!

♥ Any donation amount is appreciated! ♥


Where Your Donation Goes:

  • aibo robot puppy
  • Pink ball
  • Charging Station (Charging stand, Charging mat)
  • AC adaptor and Power cord
  • 3 year AI cloud service
  • 3rd party payment processing fee
  • Fulfillment labor & materials

Total Projected Goal  $3200.

DONOR WALL OF SUPPORT

Anonymous

November 20, 2022

Fritz Nelson

October 26, 2022

Christine Bennett

October 26, 2022

Anonymous

October 25, 2022

Anonymous

October 25, 2022

Chris Ferow

October 25, 2022

Delena Spencer

October 20, 2022

*A portion of the total project goal will be donated to the RCS Foundation to enhance and enrich learning for all RCS students, to help build awareness and to support additional programs and projects. Thank you for your generous contribution and dedication to making a difference!

FULLY FUNDED! McGregor Art Studio Seeking Artsy Rug!

$665 of $640
16 donations

FULLY FUNDED! McGregor Art Studio Seeking Artsy Rug!

$665 of $640 raised

DONOR WALL OF SUPPORT

Marco Bianchini

March 14, 2022

Nicholas Godwin

March 10, 2022

Anonymous

March 9, 2022

Paola Carmona

March 8, 2022

Thank you for inspiring our kids!

Bonnie Lawrence

March 8, 2022

Karen Packwood

February 3, 2022

Lisa Lamb

February 3, 2022

I LOVE that you call the art room the "art studio" at McGregor! The kids are so lucky to have YOU!

Anonymous

February 3, 2022

Elisa Sboukis

February 2, 2022

Teachers are our heros! Thank you for taking such amazing care of our babies.

Amy Drill

February 1, 2022

Anagha Sawant

February 1, 2022

Lindsey Gill

February 1, 2022

Thank you for your generous contribution and dedication to making a difference!

Hello! My name is Ms. Mallory Molnar

Our students at McGregor elementary absolutely enjoy coming into our art and architecture studios! We want to help keep their excitement intrigued and are seeking your help to raise enough funds to purchase a 6′ X 9′ Shapes and Colors Activity carpet

The Shapes and Colors Activity carpet is ideal for classroom management, organized classroom seating and providing the perfect setting for classroom activities,

This is our proposal’s compelling why…

This learning space will help support the learning for all students, TK-5, at McGregor Elementary!

At every level, we will be using this for critiques to help students reflect and advance their works of arts as well as during demonstrations. For the younger artists, it will help reinforce the learning and relationships of shapes and colors.
Art is SO beneficial to children! Children’s brains are actually designed to learn through play and arts.

♥ This is where you can help ♥

Help us reach our goal!

We are very excited to connect with the community and help our students excel in learning. Thank you for your consideration and your  support to positively impact the education of our McGregor Transitional Kindergarteners through 5th grade!

Any donation is appreciated!

Where Your Donation Goes

  • Learning Shapes & Colors Activity Carpets

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  • Fulfillment labor & materials

Total Project Goal   $640

*A portion of the total project goal will be donated to the RCS Foundation to enhance and enrich learning for all RCS students, to help build awareness and to support additional programs and projects.

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FULLY FUNDED! Stoney Creek Students Seek Comfort While Learning Sign Language!

$880 of $610
9 donations

FULLY FUNDED! Stoney Creek Students Seek Comfort While Learning Sign Language!

$880 of $610 raised

DONOR WALL OF SUPPORT

Carolyn Young

January 21, 2022

Denise Weston

January 21, 2022

Karen Hernacki

January 21, 2022

Shannon Angersbach

January 21, 2022

Cari Hurt

January 21, 2022

Anonymous

January 21, 2022

Wendy Depp

January 21, 2022

Jessica Tiffin

January 21, 2022

Andrea Merritt

January 21, 2022

Thank you for your generous contribution and dedication to making a difference!

First and Foremost – THANK YOU – for taking time to visit my proposal!

Hello! My name is Ms. Christie DeSano

The American Sign Language (ASL) class at Stoney Creek High School provides a unique visually engaging experience for students and having comfortable seating is essential!

To help keep their experience and interest intrigued in ASL, we are seeking your help to raise enough funds to purchase 15 Big Joe Dorm Bean Bag Chairs to help transition classroom furniture to flexible seating.

The Big Joe Dorm Bean Bag Chairs are made with SmartMax Fabric: Tough, stain resistant, water-resistant, and easily cleaned with a damp cloth!

This is our proposal’s compelling why…

In ASL classes, students use visual language as their main mode of communication.

It is essential to have seating that is conducive to this type of environment. This grant is a request to start transitioning classroom furniture to flexible seating.

Flexible seating would allow students to easily move into conversation circles. After surveying each class, flexible seating is something a majority of students feel like would increase their comfort level and ultimately their level of engagement.

♥ This is where you can help ♥

Help us reach our goal!

We are very excited to connect with the community and help our students enjoy and enhance their means of in learning in a very safe and comfortable setting.

Thank you for your consideration and your  support to positively impact the education of our Stoney Creek ASL students today and for many years to come! 

Any donation is appreciated!

Where Your Donation Goes

  • 15 Big Joe Dorm Bean Bag Chairs

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  • Fulfillment labor & materials

Total Project Goal   $610

*A portion of the total project goal will be donated to the RCS Foundation to enhance and enrich learning for all RCS students, to help build awareness and to support additional programs and projects.

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FULLY FUNDED! Brainpop! Visually Excelling!

$885 of $504
14 donations

FULLY FUNDED! Brainpop! Visually Excelling!

$885 of $504 raised

DONORS WALL OF SUPPORT

Anonymous

September 30, 2020

Patty & Matt Hoffman

September 30, 2020

For Brain pop books

Diana Lopez

September 30, 2020

harvey bronstein

September 30, 2020

Thidarut Green

September 30, 2020

I believe in helping the development of our communities especially those individuals who may need some extra help to reach their full potential. I recognize software tools such as BrainPOP may provide opportunities during these challenging times with the COVID distancing and virtual learning requirements. … Read more

I believe in helping the development of our communities especially those individuals who may need some extra help to reach their full potential. I recognize software tools such as BrainPOP may provide opportunities during these challenging times with the COVID distancing and virtual learning requirements. HOWEVER, I would like to share my opinion that I believe individuals with autism are best developed through programs with outdoor activities, focusing on nature and a very high level of interpersonal skill development. When circumstances permit, I encourage you and others doing this work to move away from digital media and move towards live programs and tangible media. Keep up your good intentions!

Katherine Neill

September 30, 2020

Johnathon Lipka

September 30, 2020

Anonymous

September 30, 2020

Anonymous

September 30, 2020

Laura Korell-Mann

September 30, 2020

Anonymous

September 30, 2020

Sarah Lacey

September 30, 2020

Debra Hartman

September 30, 2020

Melissa Hoffman

September 30, 2020

From the family of Elliott Hoffman - Brain POP books

Hello RCS Community,

My name is Ms. Jenny Wordell.

I am a Special Ed, ASD Teacher Consultant and I am seeking your help to raise enough funds to purchase the BrainPOP and BrainPOP Jr. subscriptions for our teachers to utilize this tool and enhance reading, math, daily living, science, and social studies lessons for our students with Autism!

BrainPOP and BrainPOP Jr. provide an online library of short, easy to digest videos on a variety of topics that are very student friendly!

This is my proposal’s compelling why…

Students with Autism are typically visual learners!

Having access to BrainPOP and BrainPOP Jr. will impact over 40 students in our Autism programs. The program will enhance and support the curriculum concepts with visual support on a daily basis.

This is where you can help!

Please join us in our efforts to help our students with Autism excel visually with BrainPOP!  

This is Where Your Donation Goes

  • BrainPOP and BrainPOP Jr.
    • Annual Teacher Access
  • 3rd party payment processing fee
  • Fulfillment labor & materials

Total Projected Goal   $504

Thank you for your consideration!

*A portion of the total project goal will be donated to the RCS Foundation to enhance and enrich learning for all RCS students, to help build awareness and to support additional programs and projects. Thank you for your generous contribution and dedication to making a difference!

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FULLY FUNDED! Brooklands Literacy Matters Project!

$2,775 of $2,850
33 donations

FULLY FUNDED! Brooklands Literacy Matters Project!

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DONOR WALL OF SUPPORT

THANK YOU for taking time to bring this project to life!

Robert Justin

May 9, 2022

Would like to see the plan to execute this program. How does one get a copy? How is success defined?

Qiuxia Li

May 5, 2022

Daina Salayon

May 4, 2022

Kathryn Cochill

May 4, 2022

The Cochill Family

Diane Hoffner

May 4, 2022

Qiuxia Li

March 9, 2022

Aysha Khan

March 8, 2022

Yolanda Kada

March 8, 2022

Kanthi Bhamidipati

March 8, 2022

Debra Furmaniak

March 8, 2022

Karen Kehres

March 8, 2022

Leslie Kelly

March 8, 2022

Thanks to both of you and what you do!

Rebecca Wiegand

March 8, 2022

Qiuxia Li

January 26, 2022

Vijay Daphale

January 21, 2022

Thanks!

Anonymous

January 21, 2022

Laura Koerner

January 21, 2022

Nicole Leitz

January 21, 2022

Thank you!!! ~The Leitz Family

Hello! I’m Colleen Mestdagh, Information Literacy Specialist and I’m Lisa Rabaut, Reading Recovery Specialist!

Together we are seeking your help to raise enough funds to enhance literacy and implement the “Bus Book Baskets” program at Brooklands! Your support will also provide our classrooms and library with March Book Madness books to carry out the #classroombookaday challenge!! 

This is our proposal’s compelling why…

We believe literacy is a moral imperative for all! Our school community goals focus not only on high achievements and continuous improvement but also in building a joyful reading culture. 

Supplementing books in all areas of a student’s day sets reading as a priority. Furthermore, books which are “mirror and windows” to children of diverse population will solidify the importance of how a literate life connects us to all humankind! 

♥ This is where you can help! ♥

Help us reach our goal!

With your support, the cost of the materials below to begin the “Bus Book Baskets”, literacy at home and March Book Madness will be covered and most importantly increase literacy initiatives at Brooklands Elementary.

Thank you for your consideration!

Any donation is appreciated!

Where Your Donation Goes

  • 30 paperback books for 6 buses
  • 100 paperback books to giveaway at family literacy night
  • 30 copies of Game Changer
  • 32 hardcover inclusive picture books
  • 10 hardcover picture books
  • 10 copies of the Enchanted Hour
  • 10 copies of Jim Trelease’s Read Aloud Read Handbook
  • 10 copies of Mem Fox’s Reading Magic
  • 3rd party payment processing fee
  • Fulfillment labor & materials

Total Project Goal   $2,850

*A portion of the total project goal will be donated to the RCS Foundation to enhance and enrich learning for all RCS students, to help build awareness and to support additional programs and projects.

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RCS Foundation

The Foundation is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization that is independent from the Rochester Community Schools. The Foundation works in partnership with the school district to support educational programs that are above and beyond what the district could otherwise provide. The Foundation allows the community to support an outstanding education program in spite of state funding pressures. Your support of the Foundation makes a difference in the lives of Rochester Community Schools students.

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