We are investing $100,000 through DonorsChoose to KICKSTART projects for Edmond Public Schools classrooms!  
Watch your email and our social media @edmondpsf.  We will be sharing how you can support teacher projects later this month.
Celebration of Excellence
March 11, 2021

We are excited to celebrate those who have been working non-stop to educate our children during this extremely difficult year!  We are looking for sponsors to help us celebrate!  Sponsor or donate  HERE

You have helped us raise over $28,000 of our $50,000 goal!  We are half way through the school year and half way over our goal!  Our goal is for the community to match EPS teachers and staff before the end of the school year by donating $10 a month  HERE
Virtual Event

 The Hall of Fame in-person event has been moved to a later date TBD, but we will still have an exciting event planned on April 17, 2021 that will air on Fox25.  

Stay tuned for more details coming soon! 
Corporate Partners

Welcome new Corporate Partner Two Structures, LLC.
 Would you like to be partners of public education?

Contact Trey Cole or Deanna Boston if you or your company would like to join us in making a positive impact for our schools!  Learn more or sign up at this LINK


Read about the impact the EPS Foundation has made for Edmond Public Schools so far this school year. Celebrate your hard work and help us finish strong the second half of the school year!

Written by:  Brooke Savill, Student Ambassador

At each monthly meeting, we have the opportunity to hear from community leaders about issues affecting our city and schools.  

At our December meeting, Edmond Public Schools Foundation Student Ambassadors met with Sheila Stinnett, the current Executive Director of Edmond Family Counseling, to discuss mental health issues within our city.

The Student Ambassadors took the initiative and asked thoughtful questions about how they can help their peers and how the pandemic has affected mental health.

Stinnett explained that depression and anxiety affects Oklahoma heavily. She discussed how to help friends and family that have been affected by depression and anxiety and steps we could take for ourselves or friends.  These tools included accessing the suicide hotline, contacting Oklahomas 211 Heartline or gathering a strong support system.

If you are in need or know anyone that could benefit from these services contact the Suicide Hotline number at 800-273-8255 or Oklahomas 211 Heartline number at (405) 840-9396


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