We are celebrating our 10th Distinguished Citizen award year with a special award honoring “10 Every Day Heroes” of the District 39 community. These staff... <more>
WJHS students learn how patent attorney, Greg Mayer, uses math in his job.
Romona Principal Cindy Anderson celebrates the schools’ Gripp Grant for a gazebo with District 39 Superintendent Ray Lechner.
Students enjoy building improvisational skills through games led by ComedySportz facilitators — a project initiated by the Foundation’s Fine Arts Committee.
Buy your tickets now for our 10 Every Day Heroes event on Thursday, April 27, 6-8pm at the Kenilworth Club. Please join us as we honor these remarkable District 39 staff members.
Patent attorney Greg Mayer spoke to WJHS students on April 4th about the interesting ways he has used math throughout his professional career. He recounted... <more>
The Foundation approved three Gripp Grants for the Spring 2017 grant cycle. Highcrest teacher Meghan Espinoza was awarded a Gripp Grant for a pedal desk... <more>
On March 9th and 10th Highcrest Middle School 6th graders were treated to an afternoon of improv games. The goal of this Foundation Fine Arts Committee... <more>
Science Olympiad Open House Wows! Over 50 families joined Science Olympiad students and teachers at the program Open House on Saturday, February 25th. All of the courses... <more>