The Roswell North Elementary Foundation was formed in 2009 to enrich and support the academic experience of the students at Roswell North Elementary School. Since inception, we’ve raised nearly $500,000! The Foundation annually funds all the costs of the Licata Science Lab, one of only two elementary school-level science labs in North Fulton County as well as additional programs, improvements, or initiatives consistent with the school’s strategic plan.
Please review the RNE Foundation’s Annual Report for the 2017-2018 school year for more information about our operations and financials.
The mission of the Roswell North Elementary Foundation is to raise funds to enhance the educational experiences of students at Roswell North Elementary. The Foundation is committed to expanding learning opportunities, increasing academic achievement, and helping students reach their full potential. The Foundation engages faculty and staff, students and families, and business and community members with the goal of providing resources to support the objectives and strategic initiatives of the school.
RNEF raised OVER $100,000 during the 2017-2018 school year and funded the following projects:
- Fully funded the Licata Science Lab @ $400 PER DAY including teacher’s salary and all supplies
- Purchased, computers, iPads and hundreds of hours of training for our teachers
- Built shade structure for our playground in partnership with the Passion Foundation
- Provided $2,000 in scholarships for 5th grade Tybee Island trip
- Purchased supplies for RNE’s garden.
Additional Accomplishments include
- The Foundation has purchased interactive whiteboards, iPads, Chromebooks, document cameras, and flashdrives for the school.
- The Foundation has purchased licenses for computer-based math and reading programs that increase problem-solving, creativity, and critical thinking skills.
- The Foundation has provided scholarships for the fifth-grade field trips to Tybee and Jekyll Islands.
- The Foundation provided five Innovation Fund grants for teachers for the purchase of heart rate monitors and pedometers for physical education class, Chrome Books and microphones for the Early Intervention Program, online newspaper subscriptions for a nonfiction reading project, and materials for a Free Little Library donation center.
- The Foundation partnered with the City of Roswell to renovate the outdoor classroom.
- The Foundation installed upgrades to the RNE playground, including the installation of benches and in-ground musical instruments.