The Sanibel School Fund, a dedicated fund of the Foundation for Lee County Public Schools, works to raise critical private funds to support the programs and services at The Sanibel School.
While the school is public and operated by the School District of Lee County, the Sanibel and Captiva communities have been very supportive of the school through the years, providing funding to support a myriad of projects. The Fund raises support from the community, then grants the money to school administrators for needs that are above-and-beyond the school’s budget.
The Sanibel School Fund’s largest grant annually goes to the STEM Program, headed up by teacher Kelly Johnson. New to the school in 2019, this program, open to students of all grades, shines a bright light on science, technology, engineering and mathematics. In addition, the Fund supports the “Leader In Me” student leadership curriculum, special projects to improve the school, and other educational enhancement opportunities.
To make a tax-deductible donation to the Fund, click here for the Foundation for Lee County Public Schools website, and note you would like your gift dedicated to The Sanibel School.
Sanibel School Fund Board of Directors
The Sanibel School Fund is a designated fund of The Foundation for Lee County Public Schools, a registered 501c3 organization, EIN: 59-2637849.