Invest in Success
The Omaha Schools Foundation is currently accepting requests for the funding of classroom projects designed by Principals and Teachers to enhance the curriculum and promote the success of their students.
Day in and day out the Principals and Teachers of the Omaha Public Schools are creating innovative curriculum strands to stimulate and enrich their students' learning. Often these projects are under-funded or the school is not able to implement it at all due to lack of resources.
The key mission of the Omaha Schools Foundation is to provide students and staff of the Omaha Public Schools academic programs, enrichment activities and professional opportunities which are beyond the budget constraints of the Omaha School District. Accomplishment of this mission supports the curriculum of the Omaha Public Schools and helps sustain this community's tradition of excellence in integrated living and learning.
To carry out this mission, the Omaha Schools Foundation seeks private and corporate contributions and gifts. The Foundation is unique in that, unlike many available fund-raising platforms, it does not charge any fees associated with making a donation or using the Omaha Schools Foundation Social Media to promote classroom project requests.
Once your project has been approved we will post your request online and a donation form will be created. Use the Search Tool below to find a project.
Invest in Success: Funding Classroom Projects
Golden Sower Books for Crestridge 4th, 5th, 6th Graders
Jennifer Yannone, the Gifted & Talented Facilitator, at Crestridge Magnet Center is requesting money to buy multiple sets of this years Golden Sower Intermediate books. The OPS Gifted and Talented Program and Library Services are joining forces to hold a Golden Sower Competition. Jennifer would like to use multiple copies of the books to encourage more students (including those not in the GATE program) to participate in the program.
McMillan Magnet Center On Message
McMillan's Parent Teacher Organization has set a goal to raise $10,000 for the 2016-2017 school year. Of the $10,000, we targeted $8000 for a message sign for the front lawn of the school to increase communication with our students, families, staff, and friends.
The Dundee Reading Center Gets Technical
Alissa Anderson is lighting the imaginations of her third graders on fire! At Dundee teachers use a program called Imagine Learning. This program is used to teach phonics, parts of speech, and other important grade level reading skills.
Northwest 2017-2018 GBB Team Is Going to the Nike Tournament of Champions
Our girls' basketball team has been invited back to play in the NIKE Tournament of Champions, December 18-22 in Phoenix, AZ and now they can continue where they left off thanks to their hard work and your generous donations. They are one of 80 teams from across the country that have been invited to play in this Nike sponsored event. This is a huge honor for Omaha Northwest Magnet High School, our girl's basketball program and the Omaha community.