Mt. Zion Foundation for Quality Education
P.O. Box 31
Mt. Zion, Il 62549
The Mt. Zion Foundation for Quality Education is a non-profit, tax-exempt organization governed by a volunteer Board of Trustees whose members are parent volunteers, business leaders, and professional people from the community with a commitment to education. The Foundation operates as an independent entity, established to enrich lifelong programs throughout the Mt. Zion Schools.
The Foundation operates as an independent entity, established to enrich lifelong programs throughtout the Mt. Zion Schools.
The mission of the Foundation is to enhance the quality of educational programs and services available to all Mt. Zion Students through the generation, attraction and distribution of financial and other resources to the Mt. Zion Schools. These resources shall be used to provide students with expanded and enriched learning opportunities.
The Board of Trustees
Kelli McInerney Chairman
Michelle Shumaker Vice Chairman
Steve Grohne Treasurer
Katy Doolin, Secretary
Dr. Audra Trump
Potential Sources of Funds
Cash or Checks
Please consider helping our students and teachers this year by donating!!
During the past 27 years, the Mt. Zion Foundation for Quality Education has provided over 1.6 million dollars for projects.
All donations will help to upgrade technology in classrooms such as iPads, new projectors, interactive flat panels, microphones. Other requested items include science materials, items to compliment curriculum, including books, manipulatives, etc...
Projects Approved for the 2020-2021 School Year:
We will have excitement this year as a result of the Foundation’s contribution towards the cost of purchasing various items in all grade levels including: interactive flat panel TVs, Ipads, digital streaming equipment, Google Expedition kits, classroom speakers, science materials, books, as well as materials needed to support the freshman orientation, drama and robotics programs.
In addition to the grants requested by teachers, the Foundation went a step further and purchased more than 30 document cameras, replaced projectors in several classrooms and supplied large screen TV's for others to help upgrade aging equipment throughout the district.