You dream it. We fund it.
The WSF provides grants to teachers for projects that fall outside of normal funding. We give 20 Mini-Grants (up to $250) throughout the school year and 4 Creative Classroom Grants (up to $1,000) in the Spring and Fall.
99% of Washougal Schools Foundation spending is directed to our grants.
Our nonprofit organization is dedicated to enhancing the quality of public education improving the lives of Washougal’s children. To make that possible, we keep our overhead expenses low so that your donations can go directly to the most effective programs.
Click here to learn more about our Mini-Grants available to teachers, and Creative Classroom Grants available to anyone with an idea to improve the classroom experience.
As an all-volunteer organization, we deeply appreciate the knowledge and experience that every volunteer brings. Contact us to learn how you can help.
Teamwork and Critical Thinking
Using critical thinking skills, the students in Andrew Schlauch’s classroom work together to unlock the “Breakout Box”.
Exploring History and Culture
WHS students study “the contentious history, cultural traditions and socioeconomic implications” of Mardi Gras through art.
Expanding Artistic Options
Kindergarteners are learning the subtleties of using art tools beyond crayons and markers.
Students at Hathaway are learning about music theory thanks to a Creative Classroom Grant secured by Amy Switzer.
New Science, Technology, Engineering and Math resources are available to students at Jemtegaard Middle School.
WSF makes it clear they want the grants to go towards a quality project that impacts as many students as possible. Teachers should definitely take advantage of this opportunity to enhance student engagement, experiences and learning opportunities for their classrooms.