The McClure Middle School Foundation is a nonprofit organization that was created to provide resources and support to administrators, teachers, and students of McClure Middle School. The Foundation fulfills its mission by building community involvement at McClure, helping parents prepare their children for middle school and beyond, by assisting teachers with their classroom needs, by supporting the needs of the school that traditional funds cannot meet, by ensuring support for grounds maintenance, and capital needs.
The McClure Middle School Foundation is the avenue by which the entire community can contribute to and help accelerate this progress. Together, we can create positive, sustainable change in our schools and ensure the success of our next generation.
The Foundation “bridges the gap” between the funding schools are given and what is needed for an optimal educational experience for every student.
BRIDGING THE GAP:
what all stakeholders NEED to know
McClure Middle School Foundation answers the challenge of reduced public school funding with increased private resources.
The Cobb County Schools Foundation (CCSF) is the parent organization for the McClure Middle School Foundation (MMSF) and is a non-profit 501(c)(3) educational organization. Established in 1999, CCSF is committed to sustaining the exceptional standards of Cobb County Public Schools.
The McClure Middle School Foundation Board consists of parents, teachers, administration, and community advisors. Our board members are:
Sara Goede, President
Emily Becker, Vice President
Mariah Henry, Treasurer
Debbi Schulte, Secretary
Dana Nooney, Community Director
Jessie LeGrow, Birthday Coordinator