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The Sisters Schools Foundation generates and distributes financial resources to enrich, supplement and enhance education opportunities for all students in the Sisters School District.

 

 

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School Expands Handwriting Program

Originally published in The Nugget News, September 6, 2016 by: Erin Borla Thanks to a grant from the Sisters Schools Foundation, Sisters Elementary School will be able to expand their Handwriting Without Tears program beyond kindergarten to first and second grade....
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Sisters Schools Foundation Fall 2015 Distribution

The Sisters Schools Foundation Board is pleased to share the results of our fall distribution to teachers in the Sisters School District. Thank you to Starry Nights, The Roundhouse Foundation, and numerous private donors whose generous contributions and continued...
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Sisters Schools Foundation Reviewing Funding Requests

Twice a year – in fall and spring, the Sisters Schools Foundation (SSF) provides a financial shot in the arm to school programs that don’t get adequate funding through cash-strapped general budget. “There are significant needs that come forth every...
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Hoodoo Donates to Sisters School District

Sisters School District Superintendent Jim Golden announced the receipt of a $50,000 donation to the Sisters Schools Foundation from Hoodoo Recreation, Chuck Shepard, Tasha and Hoodoo General Manager, Matthew McFarland, at the August Board meeting. Thanks to the...
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Mobile Laptop Cart System Donated

Among the nearly $46,000 granted to Sisters Schools from the Sisters Schools Foundation in September was a $12,000 grant to the Middle School for the purchase of Google ChromeBooks … a mobile lab consisting of 36 laptop computers running on the Google Chrome...
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Yearbook Camera & Photo Printer Donated

Among the nearly $46,000 granted to Sisters Schools from the Sisters Schools Foundation in September was a $2,300 grant to the High School for the purchase of a professional Camera and photo printer for the Yearbook class. The equipment will also be used to expand...
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