Foundation for Central Schools
The Foundation for Central Schools was established in 2004 to encourage community investment and involvement to help advance student development and participation in Central Unified School District's core pillars: Academics, Athletics, Agriculture and the Arts. Over the last 16 years, the Foundation for Central Schools has raised nearly $1.5 million dollars and provided over $60,000 in scholarships to deserving seniors. With these funds, the Foundation has supported a number of programs for Central Unified students and teachers, including the Janessa Ramirez Scholarship Fund, Coats for Kids, Holiday Joy Food Drive, Kaiser Summer Library Program, Classroom Project Grants, Ag Day, Peach Blossom Festival, Young Authors’ Faire and History Day. Today, the Foundation continues to grow and increase the number of scholarships, programs and services it offers.