It's been a tough year for many students and their families in North Central Washington. When schools closed in the Spring and instruction moved online, we learned that families were struggling to care for their children, put food on the table, and access basic needs.
Just $10 or more through Back to Basics will support a student and their family in need, identified by teachers and liaisons in their schools who know and understand the hardships they face.
100% of your donation will be directed to the school district(s) of your choosing, and they will ensure those funds directly support families who desperately need your help.
The Community Foundation of NCW has kickstarted the campaign with $55,000 that will be disbursed among all districts based on income disparities. Please join us in helping our students and their families this year!
(as of 9/21/20)
Want to support ALL school districts in one, easy gift? Click the donate button and we will spread your gift evenly among all participating schools.
Brewster's mission is to empower all in the pursuit of excellence and it strives to provide a healthy learning environment, in partnership with the community, where all students are prepared to be college and workforce ready. Brewster School District is a diverse district serving 996 students, 91% of whom are low income.
Bridgeport aims to build and sustain a legacy of lifelong learning while ensuring a school culture where every student is respected, safe, academically challenged and engaged. Bridgeport School District has 841 students, 91% of whom are low-income.
Located in Chelan County, Cascade School District is made up of the communities of Dryden, Peshastin, Lake Wenatchee, Leavenworth, Plain, Lower Blewett and Winton. We are geographically one of the largest districts in the state reaching from the top of Stevens Pass (US Hwy 2) throughout Lake Wenatchee and share borders to the east with the City of Cashmere. Cascade School District serves approximately 1300 students with a free and reduced lunch rate of about 45%. Cascade School District has a mission of Continuous Student Development; our quest is to make education as personal as learning is to each and every student.
Cahsmere's mission is to ensure a quality education for all students and they strive to reach excellence through partnerships and collaboration with the community. Cashmere School District has 1677 students, 44% of whom are low income.
Eastmont School District, encompassing approximately 150 square miles, is located in the geographic center of Washington State in the southwestern corner of Douglas County. Our District enrollment is approximately 6,200 students in 9 buildings. Grades are currently configured as follows: 5 Elementary schools that serve Kindergarten through 4th grade; 2 Intermediate schools that serve 5th through 7th grade; Eastmont Junior High school serves 8th and 9th grade; Eastmont High School serves 10th through 12th grade. Free/Reduced qualified students represent approximately 54% of our District's student population.
It is the mission of the Entiat School District to provide all students with the necessary knowledge, skills and attitudes to be productive and responsible citizens. Entiat School District has 342 students, 62% of whom are low income.
Lake Chelan School District seeks to lead, serve and inspire. It serves 1450 students, 64% of whom are low income.
The mission of Mansfield School District, in partnership with our students, parents and community members, is to develop individuals able to compete successfully in a changing world. Mansfield has 102 students, 72% of whom are low income.
Manson schools provide a caring environment for 650 preschool through 12th grade students, as well as a venue for educators with a drive for excellence. Manson is made up of 73% low income students. Accountable and consistent interaction with the community are typical hallmarks of our district's conduct. These characteristics have been true of Manson Schools since their founding over 100 years ago. We envision a compassionate and challenging school environment where students: are valued as individuals; stretched to achieve their full potential; understand and contribute to the world they live in; acquire the social skills to be successful in a complex and rapidly changing world; are well nourished, safe and nurtured.
Working in partnership with our families and community, we develop curious, creative, compassionate, competent, action-oriented citizens prepared to change the world. As an equity-driven organization serving approximately 740 students K-12, 45% of whom qualify for free or reduced meal services, we believe every student can achieve at high levels and benefits from a "free" and appropriate public education.
Nespelem mission is "To Enable A Child To Be A Thinking, Caring, Productive Person Using High Academic Standards In A Positive Environment." The district service 157 students, 97% of whom are low income.
Okanogan School District is a rural district set in the heart of the Okanogan Valley. The district serves approximately 1,100 students P-12. District wide our free and reduced lunch average is about 50%. Ethnically, we serve 55% Caucasian, 30% Hispanic, 8% Native American, and 7% students who identify as two or more races. We are proud of our vision and mission and believe we serve all students to the best of their ability. Okanogan School District: Celebrating the past, embracing the present, shaping the future. Okanogan School District recognizes each student as an individual lifelong learner. We will provide a high quality, engaging education in safe supportive environments. Together with families and community, we will empower students to succeed and embody tenacity, integrity, acceptance, and respect. Okanogan serves 1164 students, 64% of whom are low income.
The Omak School District is dedicated to creating a future for every child. The aim to ensure rigorous, relevant and engaging research-based learning experiences for every student. The Omak School District serves approximately 1500 students with an additional 7000 through Washington Virtual Academy.
The Orondo School District is committed to provide each child with the knowledge, skills and resources they need to be productive and responsible citizens. The district serves 204 students, 67% of whom are low income.
The mission of the Oroville School District is to empower all students to reach their full potential. It strives to ensure, in partnership with parents and the community, a rich learning environment where all students are inspired to achieve at high levels. Oroville serves 582 students, 74% of whom are low income.
The Pateros School District's mission is to LEAD: Learn, Encourage Achieve and Dream. Pateros has 318 students, 69% of whom are low income.
The Stehekin One Room School is a one-room public school dedicated to giving children an education that gives them a desire for life long learning. It serves 10 students, 75% of whom are low income.
Tonasket School District is focused on learning and linking learning to life. They strive to ensure that each student is a creative, accountable, and independent learner by combining high expectations with demonstrated growth. Tonasket serves 1156 students, 75% of whom are low income.
Waterville School District seeks to cultivate leaders who THRIVE: Trust, Honor, Respect, Integrity, Valor, and Evolving Excellence. There are 271 students in the district, 57% of whom are low income.
The Wenatchee School District is committed and designed to provide a comprehensive instructional program from kindergarten through the completion of high school. Student learning is accomplished through a quality educational system by dedicated, caring staff working in partnership with students, parents, and the community. Our mission is to: Personally know and encourage students as individual learners and recognize their academic, citizenship and co-curricular accomplishments; Assist students to learn and apply essential skills and values to be contributing community citizens with a global perspective; Challenge students to continually stretch and grow while working with family and community as active partners. The WSD serves 7,846 students, 56% of whom are low income.