With the generosity of the community, College Station ISD Education Foundation awarded a record-shattering 115 scholarships totaling $154,300 to graduating seniors at its annual red-carpet-themed scholarship awards reception. Students, family members and donors gathered at Pebble Creek Country Club to celebrate these seniors and help launch their college or vocational careers! Thank you to Avinext for sponsoring this event!
If you cooked, attended, sponsored, volunteered, bought or donated a Silent Auction item or mystery bag at 50 Men Who Can Cook...THANK YOU! Education Foundation programs like our teacher grants, scholarships, Chrissy's Closet and more are only made possible by the generosity of our community. Thank you for supporting College Station I.S.D. at 50 Men and throughout the year! Click HERE for winners, photos and official cookbook!
The College Station ISD Education Foundation awarded an epic 70 teaching grants totaling $337,965 during its annual Grant Patrol. The number of grants and the amount awarded is a monumental achievement that surpasses last year’s total by nearly double.
This year’s grants fund innovative projects in the areas of agriculture, health science, fine arts, entrepreneurship, computer science, literacy, student clubs and exciting programs for students with special needs. The Foundation Board of Directors also approved funding for four significant projects at the district level to support math, reading, technology and mental health initiatives. Grants will benefit over 14,000 students and 2,000 teachers/staff at every campus in CSISD.
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Tuesday night was a dual celebration for those in the College Station school district as 67 students were recognized as College Station ISD Education Foundation Hall of Fame students, who then in turn honored educators who impacted their lives.
The 67 students represent about 6% of the graduating seniors in the district, with students from A&M Consolidated High School, College Station High School and College View High School selected.
Following a break due to COVID-19, thousands of people roamed the Brazos County Expo on Friday night, sampling barbecue, soups, chili, sides, entrées and desserts during the annual 50 Men Who Can Cook event.
After celebrating its 13th year in 2020, last year’s event was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Friday night, the event, the celebrity cooks and the community returned to support the College Station ISD Education Foundation.
This year’s teacher grants from the Education Foundation fund innovative projects in the areas of agriculture, health science, fine arts, entrepreneurship, computer science, literacy, student clubs and exciting programs for students with special needs. Grants will benefit over 14,000 students and 2,000 teachers/staff at every campus in CSISD.