look what's possible!
We are thrilled to showcase the recipients of our grants! We award funding to support a diverse range of initiatives in our schools. By investing in these exceptional projects, we aim to foster innovation, create positive impact, and support learning. We extend our heartfelt congratulations to all the grant recipients. Together, we are building a brighter future.
Lori Watrich, a DK teacher at Wilkshire Early Childhood Center received a classroom grant to purchase various learning resources for her morning bins that help students develop their literacy, math, problem-solving, and fine motor skills.
haslett band program
We do what we do because our students deserve the best! Congratulations to Haslett Band Program on your grant to help purchase new band equipment. Thank you to our community donors who made this grant possible!
Ralya's "Be nice"
Congratulations to Ralya Elementary School!They used the Foundation's grant to buy classroom textbooks to assist teachers in building capacity for teaching social emotional learning and support conversations surrounding mental health.
mileage clubs at ralya and Murphy
Foundation for Haslett Schools is proud to support the health of 800 students by sponsoring Mileage Clubs at both Ralya and Murphy elementaries.
one book, one school
The Foundation for Haslett Schools awards a grant for One Book, One School program at Murphy Elementary. FHS is proud to sponsor and celebrate National Reading Month with Haslett Public Schools.
pretend play center
Wilkshire teacher, Lauren Heins, received a grant for her class pretend play center - a place her students can develop critical thinking skills while also learning to share, work together, and problem solve. Even those receiving speech services have grown from role playing. “I’ve seen them take risks at the center that they are unwilling to take throughout the rest of the day.”
Ralya's Ukulele club
The Foundation for Haslett Schools surprised Mrs. Voris at Ralya Elementary School with a grant that will give every student in the Ukulele Club their own instrument and be able to participate equally.
The Foundation was proud to provide a grant to Wilkshire Early Childhood Center for new BeeBots, which allow kids to have fun learning programming and coding skills! Wilkshire STEAM teacher Elana Waugh teaches kids and parents (including the Foundation’s Kimberly McKenna Fritz!) use the bots.