Omaha Public Schools Foundation is asking for your help to purchase protective gear and pay the fees for Bryan High School’s Spring and Summer Football Camp. A $105 donation will allow a student athlete who is need of financial assistance to participate.
What a school year! Omaha North High Magnet School’s PTSO strives to support all our students and staff – and of course, we are having to reimagine how we can best accomplish this.
Here’s a snapshot of the value of North’s PTSO funding:
Extra-curricular activities: The PTSO funds items and activities for athletic teams and school clubs based on applications and short presentations from student representatives. For example – new uniforms for the cross-country team – or competition fees for the African American History Challenge Club. The PTSO funds all kinds of things for these groups!
Post Prom: North’s PTSO hosts a Post prom for juniors and seniors, providing food, drinks, AND entertainment (including a hypnotist, games, and lots of awesome prizes!)
Staff Appreciation: The PTSO provides a little something for the staff each quarter to show how grateful we are for what they do.
Scholarships: The North PTSO awards four college scholarships each May!
Let’s show North’s students and staff how much we appreciate them.
Show your Heart for Harrison by making a donation to the Harrison Elementary PTA! Our school boasts an active, engaged PTA membership who works together to create fun and educational opportunities for students, teachers, and families to strengthen our school community.
In 2018, the Harrison Elementary PTA helped to implement an outdoor classroom on the northwest corner of our school building. Because the classroom is in bright sunlight for much of the school day, it is often difficult for teachers to use it safely or comfortably. Through this fundraiser, we hope to install a large sun shade to cover the outdoor classroom space, making it more usable in all weather conditions. As we have seen during Covid, getting kids outside is more important than ever, and this sun shade will help us make that happen at Harrison!
Your financial support helps our organization thrive and fulfill its purpose of giving our students, teachers, and families a strong sense of community and opportunities for growth. We are so grateful for your donation!
We accept donations throughout the school year.
Use the form below to submit your donation through our secure payment gateway. All donations are tax deductible and you will receive a receipt from the Omaha Public Schools Foundation for tax purposes.
Please help us reach our goal of raising $5,000 Beginning February 1, 2021.
YooHoo! We’ve surpassed our goal! We couldn’t have done it without you!
The Bunny Den was created to alleviate family stress by offering Benson students a safe and confidential place to receive items necessary to meet their basic needs. We hope by fulfilling these needs students will be able to focus more on being successful in the classroom and being involved in school activities.
By donating, you are helping us provide students with basic non perishable food items, offer basic clothing and coats to students, and provide hygiene items for both males and females.
We also accept new and lightly used coats, hats and gloves in boys and girls sizes S-XL and men’s and women’s sizes S-XL. To donate these clothing items, please email Angela Johanek, Academy Specialist (Health, Business, & Design), Benson High Magnet Coordinator, or call 531.299.8040, to arrange delivery or pick-up.
Thank you for considering a donation to allow us to continue our mission. You can donate by contributing using the online donation form or making out a check and sending to:
The Omaha Public Schools Foundation 3861 Farnam St. Omaha, NE 68131
Attention: Benson Bunny Den
By donating you are helping us to fulfill our mission to enrich students’ lives by funding learning experiences that inspire hope, open doors and help students to achieve their dreams.
The Omaha Schools Foundation is a 501 (c) 3 organization. All donations are tax deductible to the full extent of the law and go directly to the intended program, project or scholarship. Credit card transaction fees (2.2% + $.30) are deducted for each online donation; however, no additional OPSF administrative fees are deducted from any donation made online or by check.
Sarah White is a special education teacher at Beveridge Middle School. She would like to provide tools for success for the 7th grade students in special education. With the struggles that come with online learning as well as their needs in special education, Sarah would like to make school as stress free as possible. She feels that there are supplies and tools she could provide for her students that would alleviate some of their stress and help them to be more successful in the classroom. These tools would benefit the students in the areas of their IEP goals as well as in their general education classes.
Overcoming the physical location and access issues in terms of attainment of learning goes only partway to a solution for fully inclusive education options for disabled learners, but it is an incomplete progression if the digital web interface is itself not accessible. Please help Sarah achieve her goal of providing these important tools to her students.
Sarah’s Goal is to raise $6250.00
$3000.00 will buy 30 ipad styluses. $1700 will buy 30 ipad keyboards. $640 will buy 30 headphones. $120 will buy 30 ipad chargers. $80 will buy calculators. $50 will buy additional tools to make accessibilty a reality.
The Omaha Schools Foundation is a 501 (c) 3 organization. All donations are tax deductible to the full extent of the law and go directly to the intended program, project or scholarship. Credit card transaction fees are deducted for all online donations. No additional administrative fees are deducted from any donation made online or by check. Donate using the form below, or send a donation check to:
Omaha Public Schools Foundation 3861 Farnam St. Omaha, NE 68131 Attention: Sarah White-Beveridge Middle School