Empowering Student Success
The Springfield Education Foundation is empowering student success by investing in innovative programs that keep students engaged and excited about school.
Keyboard Lab that Travels
This 2019-20 Innovative Educator Grant has provided a mobile keyboards lab. This lab travels to the 12 elementary schools. The mobile keyboard lab engages students and provides a new way for them to learn and create music.
Mariachi Del Sol at Springfield High School
Mariachi Del Sol at Springfield High School has a long history of excellence. This stellar music program recently received a 2020-21 Innovative Educator Grant from Springfield Education Foundation to purchase some new instruments. Take a listen to these amazing students and hear from program director Jon Bridges about how the community’s support has helped this music program flourish!
Innovative Educator Grants in Action
The foundation’s Innovative Educator Grants directly impact students—by providing programs that help them connect with their peers, learn new skills and explore their potential. Your donations are providing resources that allow teachers to innovate and educate.
When students have something to look forward to at school, they engage more in the material they are learning and develop the skills they need to be successful.
Learn more about Innovative Educator Grants.
Helping Teachers Innovate
Innovative Educator Grants encourage, facilitate and recognize innovative teaching programs in Springfield. From Lego Robotics teaching elementary students about engineering to skeletons for beginning Anatomy and Physiology students, students are learning in innovative ways with community support.
Helping the Whole Child
Grants to support Social Emotional Learning in Springfield mean students learn how to be kind, responsible, caring and compassionate.
Learn more about the Social Emotional Learning Fund.
Serving Underserved Student Populations
Students can succeed and feel included when our community united around them.
To learn more about the programs supported by the Springfield Education Foundation click here or call Christina San Filippo at 541-726-3243.