Methow Valley Public Schools | Funding | PSFA
PSFA helping fund cool programs in the Methow Valley School District, WA State
  --- PSFA will be receiving applications for funding from educators and community members in May, and welcomes donations to support these programs that expand educational opportunities for Methow Valley students.... ---  

Mission Statement: Public School Funding Alliance, through community donations, enrichesthe learning environment for all Methow Valley public school students so that every student has equal access to a high quality education.

Community donations to Public School Funding Alliance support creative new programs and imaginative classroom materials that enrich our students’ public school experience. Since 2003, community support has funded more than $500,000 in programs and materials. This infusion of funds literally doubles the money available for enrichment in our school district.


Community members support students’ academic success through tutoring program Teachers Adam Kaufman, Jane Orme,and David Aspholm with books purchased with a PSFA grant.

Watching students “get that ah-ha! moment” is one of the most rewarding aspects of her work as Liberty Bell High School’s Volunteer Tutoring Program coordinator, says Laura Bitzes Thomas.

Through the generosity of community members who volunteer their time, and support from Public School Funding Alliance (PSFA), more than 50 students at Liberty Bell High School this year are getting the help they need to achieve their academic goals.

The Volunteer Tutoring Program is one of the longest- running programs funded by PSFA, which has provided support for student tutoring at the high school since 2003. PSFA provides a grant to pay a coordinator for the program, which brings together community volunteers and students.

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