The Foothill Enrichment Fund plays a vital role in helping to maintain high educational standards to benefit every student at Foothill.
The Foothill Parent Teacher Student Association (PTSA) works on behalf of all Foothill students to support many important academic and enrichment programs.
Here are some ways the Foothill Enrichment Fund has helped our school:
- Technology/training investments for our school site
- Naviance, an online college and career readiness system that helps students match their strengths and interests to post-secondary goals, thereby improving longer-term outcomes
- Staff grant requests for:
- in-class sets of Chromebooks for Math
- professional development for Math teachers
- online audio/visual language materials and subscriptions for AP French
- Google for Education technology training
- funding for Peer Advocates counseling program
- supplies and technology for departments in need
- new raised garden beds for Special Education
- sound system for Choir
- breakout materials for Engineering
- equipment and supplies for Culinary Arits
- Funded student scholarships for 2- and 4-year college bound seniors
- Co-funded the purchase, installation, and maintenance of Hydration Stations so our students have access to refillable chilled/filtered water
- Funding for bus passes for students in need
- Coordinated Falcon Royale Gala with Athletics Boosters
- Offered live SAT/PSAT prep classes
- Managed TalonTalk newsletter and Foothill website
- Reflections, a student recognition program to encourage artistic creativity
- Welcome program for students and families new to Foothill
- Hosted Friday Forums where parents receive updates firsthand from our school principal
- Fundraising efforts via Jersey Mike's Big Game Fundraiser, Jamba Juice, eScrip, Amazon Smile
- Project-management and volunteer coordination for online and Walk-Through Registration, Teachers Appreciation Luncheon, and other school activities
... and more.
As an all-volunteer, non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, we rely on generous donations from parents and the Foothill community.