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PSFA helping fund cool programs in the Methow Valley School District, WA State
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Mission Statement: Public School Funding Alliance, through community donations, enriches the 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 $900,000 greatly expanding the money available for enrichment in our school district.

This year we hope to reach $1 million dollars in total funding of educational programming for local students. HELP US MAKE IT A MILLION! DONATE TODAY!


College advisor position expands this year through PSFA and district supportFifth grade student Addison Stratman shares with her kindergarten buddy, Cora Fisher, the "Earth and Beyond" book she created as part of a PSFA-funded project.

Whether a student is contemplating trade school after graduating from high school, or has sights set on a prestigious four-year college, information and support are essential to helping students plan for their future after graduation.

To ensure all students at Liberty Bell High School and the Independent Learning Center graduate with the widest range of post-secondary educational, vocational and career-related opportunities possible, Public School Funding Alliance is partnering with Methow Valley School District to significantly expand the college advisor position this year.

“I recognize the diversity in our families and understand that what might be right for one student may not be a good fit for another,” said Erika Spellman, who is the new high school college advisor.

“I work individually with students and their families to help them develop and achieve their post-graduation goals –whether that is applying to a four-year, two-year or technical college, designing a productive gap year plan, or entering the military or workplace,” Spellman said. Spellman brings experience as a teacher and as a college and career advisor in the Edmonds and Shoreline school districts in the Seattle area. She and her family moved to the Methow Valley in this year.

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