Enterprise Education Foundation (EEF) was founded in 1998 with an overarching goal to raise funds for programs that would enhance the educational experience in the Enterprise school district. As such, funds were raised and used to retain educational programs for multiple years that had been cut by state funding at that time: art, music, home economics and vocational agriculture. When state funding was renewed for the aforementioned programs, EEF funds continued to support a variety of projects that enhanced the student and teacher experience in school, including, the construction of a storage shed for outdoor equipment, home economics room updates, updated materials and equipment for a variety of classrooms and programs (stand up desks, yoga ball chairs, updated maps in classrooms, a piano and choir robes for music classes, science kits, and Christmas in July for all the teachers in the district to fulfill their classroom needs and wish lists). Recently, EEF has successfully completed refurbishing and restocking the art room and completed the Enterprise Collaborative Playground Project, in memory of Daniel Hanson. In 2023, our BIG goal is to replace the bleachers in the gymnasium. Throughout the year, all school employees are encouraged to “apply” for funding that would benefit our students, in and out of the classroom. It is our belief that this will allow the Foundation and donors to reach as many students as possible and help make our district the best it can be for students, teachers, coaches, and advisors alike.
Board Members President Lacey Gordon Vice Damiana Maxwell Sec. Kari Haines Tres. Cammie Hale.