CSF staff works with CUSD each year to identify programs or equipment that require supplemental funding to launch or complete.
In addition to Program Funding, CSF staff works with CUSD each year to identify programs or equipment that require supplemental funding to launch or complete.
This funding may be directed to a special project or returned to the schools in the Site Program Grants at the end of the school year. Since 2001, CSF has returned nearly over $470,000 for the Raise your Paddle initiative, thanks to the generosity of guests who make 100% tax deductible donations:
|2017||Site Program Grants||$72,300|
|2016||Program Grants/Expand Coding & Computer Science Opportunities||$79,300|
|2012||Digital Content Portal (DCP)||$18,000|
|2011||Digital Content Portal (DCP)||$18,000|
|2010||Site Program Funding||$15,000|
|2009||Netbook Cart and 30 Netbooks||$12,400|
|2008||Qwizdom Student Response Systems||$14,600|
|2007||Hands-on Science Equipment and Technology||$27,550|
|2006||Library Books and Launch of the World Book Online Saterbak Library Portal||$21,500|
|2005||Doc-u-cams for Classrooms||$18,500|