The Kaneland Foundation is a non-profit organization that has contributed for decades to the educational needs of the students of District #302. Our mission is to support academic excellence through innovation.

Thank You to the Sponsors of the Foundation's
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What's Happening

Grant Recipients

2015

Kelly Johnson

John Shields Elementary
The purchase of six iPads will be used by a small ...

Read more 6 iPads/Cases, Apple Care ($3,942.00)

Anne Olsen

Blackberry Creek Elementary
The grant funding established a MakerSpace room at...

Read more MakerSpace ($500.00)

Rosemary Wisniewski

Kaneland High School
Students have started a Latin American Student Org...

Read more Funding to start Latin American Student Organization. ($1,000.00)

Laurie Villalobos

Harter Middle School
Read 180 is used for reading intervention in RTI a...

Read more Ten sets of headphones and five CD players ($375.00)

Adam Wickness

Harter Middle School
The iPad will be used in the classroom for student...

Read more An iPad mini for the classroom ($452.36)
2014

Jay Markuson

Fox Valley Career Center
Students learn ohms law, safety practices on a job...

Read more Lights for stadium entrance ($500)

Nancy Meisenger

John Shields Elementary
The chromebooks will be used specifically in Liter...

Read more 6 Chromebooks ($1,400)

Kimberly Wicyk, Barb Pollastrini

John Stewart Elementary
The RtI Math Lab serves approximately 70 students ...

Read more 10 Chromebox Computer Desktop Units for the RtI Math Lab ($1,988)

Laura Bright and Anne Olsen

McDole Elementary
Edcamp conference discussions focus on the shifts ...

Read more Attendance at Kaneland's very first Edcamp. ($700)

Anne Olsen & Georgina Garcia

McDole Elementary
An area on the playground for students who would p...

Read more Landscape an area on the playground for students who would prefer to read, write, draw, etc. ($800)

Mark Meyer & Patrick Ryan

Kaneland High School
The trip augmented the AP Human Geography curricul...

Read more AP Geography Field Trip to Chicago ($400)

Suzanne Farr

Harter Middle School
The equipment is used for Flipped Classroom lesson...

Read more 2 Digital Video Cameras ($500)

Catherine Lannert

McDole Elementary
For a year-long inquiry into computer coding with ...

Read more 5 Sphero Balls ($450)

Jim Wolf

John Stewart Elementary
Pro-Bots are a wonderful STEM tool. These robots a...

Read more 6 Pro-Bot logo programmable robotic cars ($750)
About the Foundation

The Kaneland Foundation is a non-profit organization that has contributed for decades to the educational needs of the students of Kaneland District #302. Our mission is to support academic excellence through innovation. Since the Kaneland Foundation has no administrative costs, every dollar goes back to our students in the Kaneland District.

To achieve our goals, we are looking to expand our group of Foundation Friends. Foundation Friends are invited to join us at meetings, assist in the planning and execution of our fundraising activities, and impact the educational opportunities we provide to Kaneland students. Please feel free to contact me or Veronica Bruhl, President of the Kaneland Foundation, with any questions you may have. Go Knights!

Successful PartnershipsMaking lifelong learning a reality, driving our students to become effective, compassionate, visionary leaders of our community, this would not be possible without the Friends of the Foundation. Our friends, the residents and businesses of the Kaneland School District, are integral to our success.

Education is Our PriorityThe Kaneland Foundation is a non-profit organization that has contributed for decades to the educational needs of the students of Kaneland District #302. Our mission is to support academic excellence through innovation.

©2016 The Kaneland Foundation is a 501 (c)(3) organization