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To Our Supporters:
The Dickinson ISD Education Foundation has experienced new challenges as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic; however, we are committed to our mission and will strive for a better tomorrow. With sponsorships and supporters we are able to provide the Dickinson Independent School District with Innovative Teaching Grants, Scholarships, and Recognition Programs that promote success for our staff and students.
As we are unable to host our Thirteenth Annual Fundraising Gala, we will host our first “Better Tomorrow” Fundraising Campaign from April 26 - May 7, 2021. Throughout the campaign, we invite you to learn more about how the foundation’s funding has made an impact this year, as well as upcoming initiatives that you can help support. This campaign will be visible on our website, as well as our social media channels. There will also be a silent auction available on the campaign website between April 26 - May 7.
Here is how our campaign will work:
• Support by selecting a level of giving
• Return your form including payment by mail in the enclosed envelope or make your payment online
• Participate in our silent auction
The Dickinson ISD Education Foundation is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization established in 2007 to create support for the enrichment programs for students and staff within the Dickinson Independent School District. The foundation provides funds for educational programs and activities which either have not been funded or have been underfunded by the normal operating budget. These funds are used to facilitate student achievement and skill development, to recognize and encourage staff excellence, and to expand community involvement of individuals, businesses, and civic organizations. For the 2020-2021 school year, the foundation awarded over $139,160 in innovative teaching grants and $67,000 in student scholarships to graduating seniors.
We are grateful for your support of Gator Nation and hope you will join us on our mission to make a Better Tomorrow for all our 11,500 students.
Diane Mackey, Board President
Dickinson ISD Education Foundation President
With your donation, you help support:
• Programs that help bridge the gap for students who need extra support
• Innovative teaching grants for all campuses
• District-wide social emotional learning and resources
• Scholarships for Dickinson High School seniors
• Technology enrichment for innovative teaching grant programs
• Fine arts enrichment for music, physical education, art classes
• STEM technology and resources including science kits, field trip kits, virtual reality sets
Dickinson Independent School District
2218 FM 517 East | Dickinson, TX 77539
Inclusive of all, Dickinson ISD will cultivate excellence, producing confident, collaborative, goal-driven learners who become empowered citizens in a global society.
Dickinson ISD will equip and empower all learners with skills and experiences to achieve academic excellence and make meaningful contributions to our world.
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