School Improvement Projects
We believe every kid deserves to learn and grow in an environment that puts them first. We’re raising charter school financing that can transform schools into safe, vibrant learning spaces. From providing funds for critical building maintenance, to creating new opportunities for learning, here are some of the ways Wonderful Foundations is making a difference in charter schools.
Covered walkways for STARS
Sandhills Theatre Arts Renaissance School (STARS) in NC has tripled enrollment over the past 10 years to over 700 students. With support from WF, the school completed 2 phases of expansion, including 10 new classrooms, admin space, and most recently the addition of covered walkways connecting buildings and brand new sidewalks.
Digital Marquee at Imagine Prep Superstition
Imagine Prep Superstition in AZ now has a brand new digital marquee sign thanks to WF support, enabling more effective and affordable community outreach.
Classroom display boards for Imagine Coolidge Elementary
28 state-of-the-art classroom display boards were installed for the 2022-23 school year at Imagine Coolidge Elementary in AZ, thanks to WF support. These replaced outdated projectors and document cameras, and improved the learning experience in these classrooms.
Round outdoor picnic tables for Imagine Avondale
Imagine Avondale in AZ did not have the option for outdoor seating for lunch, recess, sport events or meetings. Now with support from Wonderful, round tables and benches have been purchased, which are both practical plus encourage a cohesive environment for students and families.
New lighting at KCC’s 2 sites
KCC Riverview South & Southeast in FL were able to upgrade lighting at multiple buildings thanks to funds from WF.
Community votes at Imagine Prep Coolidge
The AZ based Imagine Prep Coolidge community voted on what was needed most from WF support. Based upon this feedback, scientific calculators, digital subscriptions, books for ELA libraries, and supplies for the garden and barn programs were provided for the current school year.
Wellness for teachers at Town Center