In Wheaton-Warrenville District 200, educators are using creative and innovative methods with the District’s 12,000+ students in this thriving learning community. Your donation today will be used to engage, enrich, and empower both students and teachers. It is the sole mission of the Student Excellence Foundation to support District 200 public education, early learning through 12th grade and a transition program. The Foundation is a 501(c)3 organization that depends upon parent and community volunteers and your donations to provide critical funding for new technology, educational programs beyond the standard curriculum, and financial support in non-budgeted areas to all District schools. Please become a corporate partner. Review the Yearlong & Event Sponsorship Opportunities. Each offers significant visibility and brand recognition for your company. As a Corporate Sponsor, opportunities exist to expand your visible impact through these and other Foundation events: During the pandemic, with profound respect and gratitude for the challenges our business community has experienced, the Foundation chose to pause our corporate appeal. These are some examples of year-long learning opportunities that corporate donors like you funded during the 2018-2019 school year:
- Bits & Bytes Boxes (robotic devices for learning to code) for every school
- Future of Instruction and Technology (FIT) professional development opportunities for District 200 educators and staff
- Collaboration spaces and green screens in all Library Learning Centers
- High School INCubators at both high schools, supported and sponsored. A team from Wheaton North went on to win at Nationals.
- 21st Century Seating and Workspaces added to classrooms throughout the District.
- Middle School Entrepreneur Expo supported and award to winning school presented.
- 23 Student Excellence Grants, including: Family Math & Science Night, multiple sets of classroom novels, Greg Tang author visit, and schoolwide Multicultural & STEAM Day events.
- FoundationGIVE crowd-funding platform enabling Fund-A-Classroom, which is unique to District 200, providing District educators a venue for posting and receiving funding for innovative classroom projects beyond the standard curriculum.
For more information and to explore current corporate funding opportunities, please contact Vicki Sebela, Executive Director