Methow Valley Public School Funding Alliance

Projects Funded


Our Mission: 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.

District-Wide Programs

    Classroom in Bloom schoolyard garden
    Methow Arts Visual and Performing Arts programs
    International Baccalaureate teaching training

Methow Valley Elementary School

    Academic Enrichment
    Cub Club after-school enrichment programs
    Big Books

    Elementary strings instruction

    Outdoor Education
    Let 'Em Ride: horseback riding for special
    needs students
    Ski waxing supplies

Liberty Bell Junior/Senior High School

    Academic Enrichment
    Junior class Close Up Washington DC trip
    7th grade Chinese & Spanish cultural field trip
    Math/science field trips
    Math and engineering supplies
    Poetry workshops
    Poetry Out Loud coaching
    Scale model houses (see picture)
    Wood burner kits
    3 compost turners

    Materials for construction trade students to build 20 easels

    Career/College advisor
    Tutoring program

    Independent Learning Center

    Academic Enrichment
    Community internships and project-based learning



Previous Years' Projects

Classroom In Bloom
Through hands on experiences and in partnership with Classroom In Bloom, students  “dig” in deep to gardening, composting, food preparation and nutrition.

To complete the second and final year of the Methow Valley Elementary Library Revitalization project, PSFA funded $10,000 of new books and learning materials that coordinate with students' International Baccalaureate units.

With financial backing from PSFA, 7th grade students utilized their math skills through the study of housing. Local architect, Margo Aspholm, along with Housing Trust director, Danica Ready and Liberty Bell math teacher Carrie Fink helped students design and build these scale houses. 


Methow Valley PSFA