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Adaptive Art for All! FULLY FUNDED!

$1,767 of $1,744 raised
Adaptive Art for All!

Adaptive Art for All! FULLY FUNDED!

$1,767 of $1,744 raised

♥ DONORS WALL OF SUPPORT ♥

Suzanne Dunn

November 24, 2019

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… 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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AHS “Take A Minute” Calm Environment Project!

$1,675 of $3,450 raised
"Take A Minute" Calm Environment

AHS “Take A Minute” Calm Environment Project!

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"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!

♥ DONOR WALL OF SUPPORT ♥

Kristin Daugherty

January 12, 2020

Tracye, you go above and beyond every day. Thank you for being so amazing and for all you do to advocate for kids.

Michelle Smith

January 7, 2020

In honor of the ASD Teachers and Paraeducators at AHS

December 19, 2019

RCSF Board of Directors

December 13, 2019

We believe this is a great initiative to support the social-emotional wellness of our students! Thank you, Tracye for all that you do!

AHS Link Crew Conference Project!

$1,300 of $2,868 raised
AHS Link Crew Conference Project

AHS Link Crew Conference Project!

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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

  • Conference fees
  • Round trip transportation cost for out-of-state conference
  • 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 ♥

Kimberly Komjathy

December 12, 2019

Thanks so much!

Lynn Ris

December 4, 2019

This is a wonderful program.

Steve Ferguson

December 3, 2019

Heather Delikat

December 3, 2019

christina nagy

December 2, 2019

Way to go RCS!! Keep it up!

Patty Johnston

December 2, 2019

Link Crew Budget and PTSA

December 2, 2019

RCSF Board of Directors

December 2, 2019

We believe it is a great program and support the cause! Thank you, Edward and your team for all that you do!

Brooklands Literacy Matters Project!

$1,652 of $2,850 raised
Brooklands Literacy Matters Project

Brooklands Literacy Matters Project!

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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.

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

♥ DONOR WALL OF SUPPORT ♥

Zohir Molhem

December 13, 2019

Kristina Reynolds

December 13, 2019

Monica Cretu

December 12, 2019

Kanthi Bhamidipati

December 12, 2019

Barbara Springer

December 3, 2019

RCSF Board of Directors

December 3, 2019

We believe this is a great initiative and support literacy! Thank you, Collen, Lisa and your team for all that you do!

Elementary Field Trips Fund

$15,244 of $20,000 raised
Elementary Field Trips

Elementary Field Trips Fund

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Dear Elementary School Families,

Thanks to your suggestions, the Rochester Community School District has restructured the K–5 field trips to include more hands-on, real-world learning opportunities that expand beyond the city of Rochester.

Our goal in offering field trips is to ensure they are: aligned with the curriculum, consistent across the district, provide little or no cost to families, and sustainable within the curriculum department’s budget.

Despite our partnerships with the local community organizations and the efficiencies of transporting students at a reduced rate through Durham, field trips still remain costly.

This is where you can help!

RCS has partnered with the RCS Foundation to conduct the “Annual Field Trips Donor Campaign.” Your tax-deductible contribution will be used to offset the cost of district-sponsored field trips and help continue the tradition of educational enrichment in Rochester Community Schools.

Any donation is appreciated.

Reading With Danny the Dog at North Hill Elementary!

$0 of $750 raised
Reading with Danny the Dog!

Reading With Danny the Dog at North Hill Elementary!

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Reading With Danny the Dog!

Hello! My name is Ms. Marion Harbin.

I am a Kindergarten teacher at North Hill Elementary School. I am seeking your help to raise enough funds to enhance our kindergarten classroom library and purchase the engaging Danny Collection of books that kids will be excited to read! 

The Danny Collection, by Mary Ruth books are created with colorful photographs and written specifically to engage blossoming readers from Early Emergent to Early Fluent levels.

This is my proposal’s compelling why…

The Danny Collection is a set of 95 Danny titles, as well as a set of 8 Danny chapter books and a plush Danny dog that will become a beloved new member of our “kindergarten family” as we snuggle up and read to him!

Together with the books, and online resources, I will be able to help nurture the love for reading and help foster the necessary reading skills of my students.

♥ This is where you can help! ♥

Help us reach our goal!

I am very excited to connect with the community and help my students learn. Thank you for positively impacting the education of our North Hill Kindergarteners! Thank you for your consideration!

Any donation is appreciated!

Where Your Donation Goes

  • 95 Books;
    • Single Book Of Each Title In Danny Sets 1 – 14
    • 4 Titles In The Scientist Danny Set
    • 6 Titles In The Danny And Grandma Ruth Set
    • A Copy Of Danny And Heather Share
    • A Copy Of Danny’s Resource Guide And DVD
  • Danny’s Big Adventure Chapter Books Set Single Book of Each Title (8 Books)
  • My Very Own Danny Plush-D
  • 3rd party payment processing fee
  • Fulfillment labor & materials

Total Project Goal   $750

*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 ♥

Reuther Mindfulness Space

$50 of $1,200 raised
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Reuther Mindfulness Space

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Hello! My name is Ms. Melina Chynoweth.

I am a Learning Consultant at Reuther Middle School. I am seeking your help to raise enough funds to create a Mindfulness Space within the supervised study skills classroom. 

This is my proposal’s compelling why…

Research shows that stress causes our brain’s ability to think logically to go “offline” because our bodies treat stress like a threat. Unfortunately there is a tremendous increase in stress, depression, and anxiety in today’s youth.

In Reuther’s supervised study skills classes, 33% of scheduled in students have been observed as falling into that category. In school, different learning environments may or may not work well for students and they may feel an increased level of stress working on group projects or on teams. Therefore, providing a space to our students where they can receive mindfulness-based interventions is important.

This space will provide students the opportunity to destress and practice mindfulness as they continue to learn. We need to help our students take a step back and teach their brains to focus on one task at a time so they are able to move forward and reach their maximum potential.

A separate mindfulness space within the supervised study skills classroom will benefit students who are not achieving at the same level as their peers due to the need for the tools, space and time to self regulate and refocus.

♥ This is where you can help! ♥

Help us reach our goal!

With your support, the following items and furniture will be purchased to create the mindfulness 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

  • Small futon and/or couch
  • Table
  • Lamps
  • Floor pillows
  • Chair
  • Rug
  • Mindful sounds (waterfall, etc.)
  • Shelving
  • Bulletin board and wall accessories
  • Fidgets, coloring books, etc.
  • Clipboards
  • 3rd party payment processing fee
  • Fulfillment labor & materials

Total Project Goal   $1,200

*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 ♥

Lisa Gross

December 13, 2019

I appreciate your intention to support mindfulness in the academic setting. Would love to see this at the other schools (Hart Middle School… Read More...

I appreciate your intention to support mindfulness in the academic setting. Would love to see this at the other schools (Hart Middle School specifically, as my daughter will be attending there)

SCHS Link Crew Conference Project!

$500 of $1,200 raised
SCHS Link Crew Conference Project

SCHS Link Crew Conference Project!

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Hello! My name is Ms. Stephanie Donelko!

I am one of the Link Crew Coordinators at Stoney Creek High School (SCHS). The SCHS Link Crew Coordinators are seeking your help to raise enough funds to allow 20 link crew students to attend an upcoming conference that brings student leaders from all over the state together to train and strengthen 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 SCHS. We fully intend to have this program continuing every year with each incoming freshman class. As time progresses, every single student that attends SCHS 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

  • Conference fees
  • Round trip transportation cost for out-of-state conference
  • 3rd party payment processing fee
  • Fulfillment labor & materials

Total Project Goal   $1,200

*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 ♥

RCSF Board of Directors

December 1, 2019

We believe it is a great program and support the cause! Thank you, Stephanie and your team for all that you do!

Social-Emotional Wellness Initiatives

$13,250 of $20,000 raised
SEL initiatives include comfort dogs

Social-Emotional Wellness Initiatives

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Dear RCS community,

Through your generous contribution, we can expand our resources to care for the whole child, academically, socially, and emotionally. Whether it is purchasing reading material for students or staff, securing guest speakers, providing training, or introducing unique demonstrations or exhibits, donations are critical. For example, this past month the RCS Foundation provided funding for an expert from the Center for Trauma Resilient Communities (CTRC) to work with district staff during a full day of professional development.

Our social-emotional task force will continue to work with the CTRC to lead the type of systemic change needed within the district. 

♥ This is where you can help! ♥

Help us reach our goal!

Please consider supporting our efforts to enhance social-emotional learning. Your contribution will make an impact, whether you donate $5 or $500. Every little bit helps!

Thank you for your consideration!

Any donation is appreciated!

♥ DONOR WALL OF SUPPORT ♥

Chris & Michelle Peyerk Foundation

December 27, 2019

Jennifer Hichme

December 21, 2019

Michelle Hakala

December 20, 2019

The Bassett Business Group

December 16, 2019

Anonymous

December 16, 2019

Jason Brann

December 13, 2019

Ann Williams

December 2, 2019

I love all that you are doing to support the emotional needs of the kids. Please keep up the good work!

Leslie Gouldey Memorial Scholarship

December 2, 2019

In support of the district's initiatives

Rochester Rotary Charities, Inc.

December 2, 2019

A special thanks to RCS and the RCS Foundation for their close partnership as we work together to support mental and emotional health initiatives in our community!

Swim for Success! FULLY FUNDED!

$1,098 of $906 raised
Swim For Success Project

Swim for Success! FULLY FUNDED!

$1,098 of $906 raised

Swim for Success!♥ DONORS WALL OF SUPPORT ♥

Ashleigh Iserman Boating Safety Foundation

December 4, 2019

We are happy to contribute to a program that helps ALL of our children to be safe on and near our waters. What a great project you have developed for these students!

Sherwin Prior

December 3, 2019

Anonymous

November 19, 2019

Anonymous

November 6, 2019

Tammy Floreno

November 5, 2019

Love this! ❤️

Prajna Pattnaik

November 5, 2019

NEELOSHAN SELVARAJ

November 5, 2019

Good luck, and thanks for all that you are doing.

Anonymous

October 31, 2019

Laura Gluhanich

October 29, 2019

Thank you for all that you do!

Amy Kesler

October 28, 2019

Prakash Peranandam

October 28, 2019

All the Best..!!

Sandra Mazza

October 28, 2019

Such a great program. Thanks for all you do.

Anonymous

October 28, 2019

Jeni Hester

October 28, 2019

Prashanth Krishna

October 28, 2019

Anonymous

October 28, 2019

Heather Shubnell

October 28, 2019

Hello! My name is Ms. Anna Tansey!

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 teach 10 students between the ages of 18-26 years old, mostly diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) as well as having sensory processing issues.

As many of my students have sensory processing issues, swimming can be extremely calming on the body. Many families note that after swimming, their students can better cope with everyday stresses. As adults with special needs, going out into the community is their opportunity to be around their non-disabled peers and have exposure to various activities that will give them a meaningful life.

More about my project…

As research from the National Autism Association reports, between 2009 and 2011, accidental drowning accounted for 91% of the total U.S. deaths reported in individuals with autism who had wandered away from their homes, schools, or caregivers. Water can hold a special appeal to individuals on the spectrum, however, this fascination can be dangerous if the student is not supervised or does not know how to swim.

ATPS has partnered with the North Oakland YMCA to give students an opportunity to swim in their zero-depth pool once a week at a low cost. The YMCA has two lifeguards on staff at all times and students have the opportunity to use pool equipment including pool noodles, wheelchair lifts, kick-boards, life jackets, and diving sticks. Additionally, the YMCA pool facility has amazing family locker rooms where students will practice daily living skills such as dressing and undressing in a private changing room.

♥ This is where you can help! ♥

Help us reach our goal!

With your support, RCS students with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and sensory processing issues will have the opportunity to learn and practice swimming skills in a comfortable, safe, and fun environment 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

  • ATPS students’ weekly attendance at the North Oakland YMCA
  • Opportunity for all 10 students to swim in a zero-depth pool
  • Two lifeguards on staff at all times
  • Access to use pool equipment including pool noodles, wheelchair lifts, kick-boards, life jackets, and diving sticks
  • Access to amazing family locker rooms where students will practice daily living skills such as dressing and undressing in a private changing room
  • 3rd party payment processing fee
  • Fulfillment labor & materials

Total Project Goal   $905.56

*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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University Hills Board Game Library! FULLY FUNDED!

$700 of $700 raised
UHills Board Game Library

University Hills Board Game Library! FULLY FUNDED!

$700 of $700 raised

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Anonymous

December 12, 2019

RCSF Board of Directors

December 6, 2019

We believe this is a great initiative and continuously support innovative ideas to heighten our students math and logic skills and nurture socially and emotionally competent students! Thank you, Kathryn for all that you do!

Hello! I’m Kathryn Buller,  teacher at University Hills. 

I am seeking your help to raise enough funds to create a library of board games focused in math and logic for all the students to participate in!

Your support will also offer fun entertainment for families as well as emphasize essential cognitive skills, like complex thought, problem solving, critical thinking, and memory formation!! 

This is my proposal’s compelling why…

In a rapidly changing world, the ability to be thoughtful, engaged citizens and collaborative problem solvers is essential. Through the creation of The Board Game Library, University Hills’ students will learn to become active problem solvers, critical thinkers and become more confident and successful in communication skills.

The Board Game Library will help University Hills’ students to engage in math skills and learn important social emotional learning goals by nurturing socially and emotionally competent students, who embrace a growth mindset and are able to work and problem solve with others.

♥ This is where you can help! ♥

Help us reach our goal!

With your support, the funds will cover the purchase and maintenance of 37 board games to begin the the University Hills’ Board Game Library. 

Thank you for your consideration!

Any donation is appreciated!

Where Your Donation Goes

  • 37 Board Games
  • Updates to any damaged games and additional games if needed.
  • 3rd party payment processing fee
  • Fulfillment labor & materials

Total Project Goal   $700

*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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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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