A small group of volunteers passionate about our community’s kids created The Success Foundation Serving Greeley-Evans Schools in 2010 as an independent non-profit organization that links our communities to our schools. The Success Foundation embraces innovation and strives to create exceptional learning environments and supports projects that build 21st century skills for our students.
The Success Foundation hosted our first Breakfast in 2011 raised the donations necessary to expand bandwidth district-wide to accommodate 21st century technology.
The first teacher grants were awarded. To date, 115 Grants have been awarded in 28 schools for a total of $234,099. From online curriculum to the creation of projects with circuits to young authors, our grant program allows teachers to stretch their students’ capabilities and dreams. Students are working with 21st Century tools that are developing college/career readiness.
The first Thrive on $5 Employee Giving Campaign was held. Staff in District 6 are encouraged to give $5 or more a month to support educational opportunities for students in our district. Thrive on $5 donations go straight back to teachers through our 21st Century Education Grant Program.
Our very first large project was fulfilled by providing the funding for bandwidth to expand technology and innovation in our classrooms
The middle school iPad Project was started with the goal of providing our students and teachers with the 21st century tools needed to succeed in higher education or the workforce.
The first Ride4Success was hosted which has raised over $250,000 in 6 years.
Partnered with District 6 to begin the implementation of Blended Learning in all middle and K-8 Schools
Continued the support of the Middle/K-8 Blended Learning Project.
Data began to show positive learning trends in achievement for students in Blended Learning classrooms
Expanded Blended Learning Project to Elementary Schools
Supported Blending Learning Implementation at 6 additional elementary schools
Received our first directed gift, allowing us to expand funding to anything a donor wants to support
Began the support of Career Pathway Programs with a $200,000 Grant from The Daniels Fund
Completed Blended Learning Project