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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 and pictures from the event!


This year, Education Foundation awarded $302,088 in TEACHER GRANTS to educators at all College Station ISD campuses and over $2 MILLION since 1999! See the photos from Grant Patrol HERE!

Thank you Fig-mint Photography for capturing these beautiful photos!


Our mission is...

to partner with the community to provide resources that:

  • inspire learning and teaching
  • enrich opportunities
  • recognize successes of students and educators



  • Students Inspired


  • Teachers & Staff Supported


  • Campuses Equipped


  • Community Improving the World


Foundation Highlights

The College Station ISD Education Foundation shined a light on six innovative teaching grants Thursday. It was a part of the foundation’s Grant Showcase at College Station High School and River Bend Elementary.

College Station I.S.D. school food pantries are STOCKED FOR STUDENTS
College Station I.S.D. school food pantries are STOCKED FOR STUDENTS

As part of a $88,000 corporate grant from the Brookshire Brothers Charitable Foundation to help foster stronger communities and families across the state of Texas, CSISD food pantries at 3 intermediate, 3 middle and 2 high schools will receive funds to stock food items for students in need. Educators know that when kids are hunger-free, they are better equipped to learn. Thank you Brookshire Brothers for your support!
Pictured (l-r): Ericka Mitchell - EF Donor Relations, Melissa Crager - Brookshire Brothers Public Relations and Corporate Responsibly Manager and Teresa Benden - EF Executive Director

Celebrity Chefs were ready for nearly 2,000 guests at the 15th annual 50 Men Who Can Cook benefiting the CSISD Education Foundation and CSISD teachers and students.