Championing Teachers, Empowering Students
Making our district a GREAT place to learn
Scramble For Students Golf Tournament
THANK YOU to all of our generous sponsors, our golfers and our volunteers for making our 23rd tournament our most successful yet.
The Cocoa Crawl is a fun, family-friendly event where participants purchase a $10 commemorative mug and then sip, shop, and stroll through Historic Downtown Gresham and surrounding businesses for a few hours prior to the tree lighting at the Arts Plaza.
The Cocoa Crawl begins at 4 pm with the final sip stop at the tree lighting at 6 pm. More information to come as details are finalized.
Our Mission – Bringing GREAT Things to the Classroom
The Gresham-Barlow Education Foundation is dedicated to supporting every student in the Gresham-Barlow School District. We partner with our community to provide funding to foster innovative and engaging learning experiences and provide opportunities to ensure that every student has what they need to experience a world-competitive education.
Campaigns for Classrooms
The GBEF is supporting crowdfunding for our educators by adding a platform called FoundationGIVE to our website. It’s a GREAT way to mobilize your community in support of students.
If you have a project, program, field trip, or need an addition to your classroom, the GBEF has you covered. Unlike other crowdfunding platforms, this one allows 100% of donations to go to YOU and not to fees or subscription costs.
How Foundation Funds Impact Gresham-Barlow Schools
East Gresham Elementary School
East Orient Elementary School
Hall Elementary School
Highland Elementary School
Hogan Cedars Elementary School
Hollydale Elementary School
Kelly Creek Elementary School
North Gresham Elementary School
Powell Valley Elementary School
West Gresham Elementary School
Clear Creek Middle School
Deep Creek-Damascus K-8 School
Dexter McCarty Middle School
Gordon Russell Middle School
West Orient Middle School
Gresham High School
Sam Barlow High School
Springwater Trail High School
MOVING FORWARD!In 2016 and 2017 over $40,000 of funding was devoted to classroom Innovation Grants, including 41 iPads, 30 Chromebooks, science technology, and student-centered curriculum for reading, math and science.