The Adopt-A-Classroom project from the District 742 Local Education & Activities Foundation (LEAF) connects businesses and individuals to specific classrooms to help provide needed supplies that teachers and families usually have to purchase. Businesses or individuals can “adopt” a classroom by making a tax-deductable $250 contribution for the needed supplies. Read more...
- Homeless Student Services Fund
LEAF has opened a Homeless Student Services Fund in response to the needs of homeless students in District 742.
Every day, homeless students face the daunting task of trying to focus on a quality education while worrying about the basic needs of reliable food, clothing and shelter.
Donors who wish to contribute to the fund, which will provide needed school supplies, clothing, food and crisis housing assistance for District 742 homeless students, can make their tax-deductible contribution by clicking on the Donate button below, or by sending a check, made out to “LEAF” to the LEAF address of PO Box 1132, St. Cloud, MN 56302.
A committee, which will work with the District 742 Students Services Department and homeless student social workers, has been set up to provide oversight of the fund expenditures.
Homeless Student Services Fund
- Immersion Program Fund
The Immersion Program Legacy Fund supports the Chinese and Spanish Immersion Program. Donors may donate in support of either fund by clicking on the button below. A committee, including representatives from each Immersion Program makes decisions regarding allocation of the funds within the specific Immersion Fund.
Contribute to the District Chinese Immersion Program Fund
Contribute to the District Spanish Immersion Program Fund
The District 742 Local Education & Activities Foundation has received a Morgan Family Foundation grant of $27,914 in support of the PAKRAT student literacy and parent involvement program. Read more...
- Retired Educators Fund
The "ISD 742 Retired 100 Club" is an annual fundraising effort by LEAF. We are seeking 100 retired educator-donors who will give $100 annually (or whatever amount they can give); and the best part is 100% of the proceeds will go directly to the LEAF endowment (your choice of academic fund or activities fund – or split) and to District 742 students and teachers through LEAF grant awards. Read more...