Funding & Allocations

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Read more in our 2014-15 Annual Report


During the 2014-15 school year, the Foundation fueled innovation and creativity at Willow Glen Middle School and Willow Glen High School by funding state-of-the-art tools, teacher professional development, and academic and cultural programs to the tune of $75,000. Here are the highlights:

Willow Glen Middle School

Technology, Tools, and Equipment for Curriculum Enhancement

  • Project Lead the Way biomedical and engineering materials to bring
    real-world, hands-on learning to students. 2015_AirplanesWGMS
  • A mobile Chromebook Cart for the Social Studies Department to support
    21st Century curriculum and activities.
  • Dreambox adaptive learning software to help close math gaps for intervention
    and special education students.

Teacher Training and Professional Development

  • Teacher registration costs for STEM teachers to attend the National Science
    Teachers Association Conference
  • Anxiety & Depression Intervention teacher workshop.

Motivation and Inspiration for Students

  • Annual academic planners for every student.
  • Aztec cultural dance performances complementing Social Studies curriculum
    and promoting cultural awareness.
  • Scholastic Magazine subscriptions that provide relevant, age-appropriate news
    used in classrooms.
  • Author assemblies and purchase of classroom and library books.

Teacher Training and Professional Development

  • Teacher registration costs for STEM teachers to attend the National Science
    Teachers Association Conference
  • Anxiety & Depression Intervention teacher workshop.

Willow Glen High School

Technology, Tools, and Equipment for Curriculum Enhancement

  • 33 laptops and sync docking station for student use.
  • Two HP laser printers to enable printing school assignments by students
    without access to a printer at home.
  • Two centrifuges to augment chemistry labs and offer practical, hands-on
    learning opportunities. 2015_MockTrialWGHS

Motivation and Inspiration for Students

  • Annual academic planners for all 1,800 students help foster planning and
    organizational skills.
  • Invitational fees and scrimmage expenses for our award-winning Mock Trial
    team.
  • Printed “Potter the Otter, A Tale About Water,” a children’s book adapted
    and illustrated by the Advanced Drawing & Painting class.
  • Author assemblies and purchase of classroom and library books.


The funds raised by the Willow Glen Foundation may be approved for any purpose pertaining to our mission, provided it directly benefits Willow Glen Middle School or Willow Glen High School.

If your academic program or school-serving entity would like to receive funding from the Foundation, you will need to complete an application:

Print out the PDF Allocation Request file, and fill out the simple form completely. In addition to your contact and program information, you’ll need to know the amount of the financial request (one-time or ongoing), and the source of other expected funding. You’ll also need the advance approval of the appropriate school principal.


You may also need the Foundation’s Reimbursement Request Form, once your funding has been approved and is ready for disbursement.


You can also read about our 2013-14 Allocations and accomplishments. We also invite you to make a donation in support of our grants for the our current school year.