Did you know that 59% of our students are economically disadvantaged? This project provides them with the right tools to foster success. We want all students to confidently walk into their classrooms on the first day of school with the tools they need for a successful year.
The SBEF School Supply Project has a nine-year successful track record - thousands of economically disadvantaged SBISD students have received everything from crayons to rulers to binders. Supplies that would normally cost $35-40 are possible for as little as $8 thanks to on-going relationships with national wholesale vendors.
Thank you in advance for making this another successful year!
Spring Branch Education Foundation is committed to supporting our students and educators. We partner with Spring Branch ISD and the community to fund programs that enhance education and prepare our students for the future.
Our local taxpayers pay additional taxes attributable to increases in property valuations. However, the additional tax dollars do not remain in Spring Branch Independent School District under the current State of Texas education funding formula. Unfortunately, the formula was recently confirmed as constitutional by the Texas Supreme Court. See www.springbranchisd.com for important additional information about the severe funding problem facing our school district.
Private funding, through the Foundation, remains 100 percent in the district and helps enhance quality of education. SBEF raises funds only for SBISD. Last year, the Foundation donated more than $1 million to the district, reaching students on every campus through grants and scholarships.
Thank you for caring about our students' success!