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Foundation Highlights

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Career and Technical Education Center

The Success Foundation is excited to partner with District 6 in the creation of the Career and Technical Education Center. The CTE Center will help students meet the growing needs of a variety of  industries and will focus on skilled trades, applied sciences, modern technologies, and career preparation. The programs that will be offered at the CTE Center include cosmetology, early childhood education, information technology (with a focus on cybersecurity), welding, and construction (with a focus on electrical)

Delia & John W. Haefeli Opportunity Fund

The Success Foundation is proud to partner with the Haefelis and community donors in providing District 6 Students with the financial resources needed to pursue academic, professional, and career goals, participate in extracurricular activities, and grow professionally.  This fund has supported home internet access, allowed students to attend professional conferences, helped with drivers education training costs, and allowed for summer camp experiences (to name a few).  Student and student groups can apply for up to $500 per student.  

Food4Success Unpaid Meal Debt Campaign

This campaign was originally created in partnership with District 6 Nutrition Services to help alleviate student meal debt.  Through the generosity of our donors, meal debt in District 6 has been eliminated.  Meal debt will continue to be a focus of the Food4Success Campaign as needed, and we have been able to expand our efforts to include school food pantries.  By 2025, there will be a food pantry at all school sites!

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SmartLabs are learning spaces that engage all students in a hands-on, project based approach in which Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) disciplines are integrated.  In a world where STEM disciplines are critical to all jobs, fields of study, careers, and everyday life, it's critical that every student has equitable access to and a strong foundation in STEM.  Between 2019 and 2024, a SmartLab will be installed at all elementary, middle, and K-8 Schools  (22 labs total).  Our donors are responsible for contributing over $4 million to this project...THANK YOU!

Updates coming soon!

Thank you for helping us grow and meet the needs of our students!

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