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The Killeen ISD Education Foundation is a 501(c)3 organization whose sole purpose is to enhance educational opportunities in the Killeen Independent School District. Our current mission is to raise funds through our campaign ‘Education, We’re in it for the Long Run’ by providing programs and support for our students, staff and schools. Won’t you join the Foundation to provide innovative tools and training for Killeen ISD teachers by making your contribution today?

Ways to Give

Thank you for considering a donation to the Killeen ISD Education Foundation. For online giving, please click the ‘Donate’ button above. For other gifts, please contact the Foundation office (254-336-0182) to discuss alternative payment options. Those who choose to make gifts of Memorials or Honorariums, please be sure to communicate to the Foundation the loved one you are honoring. Thank you for your support.

2017 Killeen ISD Education Foundation Scholarship Packet

The Education Foundation and Killeen ISD Alumni Association, a program of the Killeen ISD Education Foundation, is now accepting scholarship applications for Killeen ISD graduating seniors. Scholarships provide a way for students to supplement the cost of tuition and other college expenses. Each scholarship varies in criteria and award.

One application form will be used and considered for all the 2017 scholarships. Please find key information detailing the conditions and eligibility requirements of each scholarship opportunity in the application packet. See below links to view the 2017 Scholarship Packet. All applicants should type and complete the application electronically, print and submit the completed printed application to their high school counselor. Applications are due to the high school counselor’s office by Wednesday, February 15, 2017.

2017 Scholarship Application Packet – Word

2017 Scholarship Application Packet – PDF

2017 Scholarship Eligibility Requirements Chart – Word

2017 Scholarship Eligibility Requirements Chart – PDF

A Living Legacy Charles E. Patterson Scholarship: Deadline February 21

The Education Foundation will award an Assistant Principal, CIS, Counselor or Teacher with a scholarship to attend the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development of Texas (ASCD-TX) Training in San Antonio April 10, 2017. The recipient will receive up to $1,000.00 for registration and expenses. Applications should be completed and submitted electronically to joyce.hodson@killeenisd.org by February 21. Good Luck! See links below for the application.

A Living Legacy Charles E. Patterson Scholarship (word)

A Living Legacy Charles E. Patterson Scholarship (pdf)

We Learning - Mini Classroom Engagement Grant

Teachers- the Foundation is offering YOU an opportunity to apply for a mini grant! This initiative allows you to apply for up to $1,000.00 for your classroom. Act Now! The deadline for application is February 8th- Good Luck!

Application:

We Love Learning Mini Grant (word)

We Love Learning Mini Grant (pdf)

Budget- We Love Learning Mini Grant (Excel)

Professional Learning Grant: Deadline March 24

Teachers- have you found a great Conference you would like to attend? Principals- is there a dynamic speaker you would like have at an upcoming Professional Development day? Apply for the Education Foundation Professional Learning Grant and the Foundation could FUND the cost of the conference or bring in a speaker! Funding is available for expenses including: transportation, meals, registration, lodging, etc.

Click the following to view the 2017 Application and the budget pages (Employee Travel or Consultant/Speaker). Applications are due to the Foundation office on Friday, March 24 by 4:30 pm. Contact the Foundation office with any questions- x0182. Good Luck!

2017 Professional Learning Grant Application (Word)

2017 Professional Learning Grant Application (pdf)

Employee Travel Budget(Excel)

Consultant/Speaker Budget (Excel)

Bulls Eye Mathematics

See Foundation dollars in action at Nolanville Elementary School as students participate in Bulls Eye Math which engages them in archery to master new math skills, relate and apply them to the real world with understanding. Bulls Eye Math is a National Archery Program that promotes partnerships between classroom and physical education teachers.

Bulls Eye Video