Chandler Education Foundation exists to serve a community that values excellence in education and the promotion of lifelong learning and responsible citizenship. With your help, we make a difference.
Through January 2, 2019, Subaru Superstore of Chandler and Subaru of America will donate up to $500 to the Foundation. Over the past few years, Subaru has contributed more than $100,000 towards our support of excellence in education.
Cash or Car? Which would you choose?! Our Winner's Choice Raffle has brought a whole lot of joy for not only the winner, but to classrooms across the district! Early Bird prizes will be drawn on December 12th.
This opt-in program for CUSD high school students includes enrolling in the first semester of freshman year. Volunteerism and a commitment to academics are essential to program participation.
Invest in Education! Our annual Cash for Classrooms campaign gives learning a boost!
Our annual golf tournament is a fantastic way to support our schools! Learn more!
For some students at our CUSD Title I schools, college may seem like a dream rather than a possibility.
Supporting lifelong learning for district teachers and staff equals an investment in the students they serve.
What's better than shopping and giving back to support our students and schools at the same time? Check out our community partners including Get Away Today, Amazon Smile, and Fry's. With just a few clicks, everyday purchases will make a big difference!
Over 100 college scholarship opportunities exist through the Foundation. We are committed to helping CUSD students continue on their learning journey.
Tutors help students young and old to better their education, improve their skills and gain more success in a field of their choice. Why should you consider becoming a tutor?
Spring means warm weather, flowers and yearly scholarship applications. Numerous students miss out on opportunities they never knew were available.
I want to again thank you for awarding us a grant for geometry materials. The materials have been very beneficial to student learning. It is always challenging to take formulas for surface area and volume of three-dimensional objects and make it meaningful to students. However, when students take apart shapes and see their nets or when they pour water into the shapes to see, for example, that the volume of a cone is just one-third of the volume of a cylinder, it makes learning make sense!
Thank you for supporting our kids!
Ann Marie Filiere ACP Oakland
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