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Show your love for our schools!

We depend on people like you to provide a large level of basic support and expanded classroom enrichment that would not happen otherwise. Please make a gift to the San Juan Public Schools Foundation today.

San Juan Public Schools Foundation raises funds, gathers resources, and is a catalyst involving the community in public education.

Along with funds from our Business Partnership, Knowledge Bowl, and individual donations, we have funded the following programs:

  • FHES Science Curriculum Supplies
  • FHES Art Supplies and Travel
  • FHES Everyday Math Curriculum Supplies
  • FHMS Science Textbooks & Literary Textbooks
  • FHMS Art Supplies and Travel & Robotics
  • FHHS Art Supplies and Travel
  • FHHS Drama Set Supplies
  • FHHS Literary Textbooks
  • GBS Supplemetal Math and English Materials
  • District-wide: Food for Thought Program
  • K-12 UW Friday Harbor Labs Program
  • Support for the STEM program
Our commitment to quality schools and the success of our Island’s students are a source of community pride.
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Now is the time to GiveBIG and show your love for our San Juan Island Public Schools! Donate: wagives.org/organization/sjpsf

Friday Harbor High School students, Aaron and Robin, placed second place in the March 2022 Computer Integrated Manufacturing Competition at the 2022 Washington Technology Student Association (TSA) annual state conference! SJPSF funded the trip to this conference, and in partnership with the excellent mentorship by STEM teacher Sam Garson, they were able to have this experience in person.

“These kinds of opportunities not only push our students to apply the knowledge they are gaining in their classes, but also grounds their learning as all the numerous TSA challenges are based in real-life industry innovation and engineering challenges. It has been amazing to see how our students rise to the challenge and how well we do in competition against schools with vastly larger STEM programs, more students participating in TSA, and more resources at their disposal. We are so grateful for the support of the San Juan Public Schools Foundation,” says Garson.

Join us in providing once-in-a-lifetime opportunities for our students! Donate: wagives.org/organization/sjpsf

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