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MISD Education Foundation

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If you would like to donate to MISDEF, please contact Montgomery ISD at 936-276-2000

Montgomery ISD Education Foundation believes our students deserve an extraordinary education. Funding enables us to elevate programs and tools to give our students a competitive advantage to dream big and succeed.

MISDEF was founded in 2014 to raise funds for innovation in the classrooms across Montgomery ISD. Each year, the Foundation has awarded grant funding for an average of 40 diverse projects totaling $50,000—$70,000.

Montgomery ISD families hold student achievement at high expectations, but just like school districts across Teas and the nation, we must work harder and look farther for the necessary resources to help our teachers and students be successful.

Looking ahead, the Foundation has goals for much more than just a handful of classroom teacher grants. The vision and goals set forth by the Foundation’s Board is to support all layers of success around Montgomery ISD including classroom projects, student scholarships, campus-wide initiatives and eventually district-wide innovation, because average is not an option.

When you support the MISD Education Foundation, you are helping us prepare the future leaders for this community, our region, our state, and our nation. Montgomery ISD produces successful young people who give back to the community from which they have received.


“Our students have truly enjoyed the trial and error of exploring as they built their structures. You can see the wheels turning as they work to create new things each day. We are very appreciative of the grant money that was given to us by MISDEF, expressed LSE Kindergarten teacher Kim Crosby.
Having more novels in my library that are relevant to adoles-cents but are written on their reading level will enable me to help my students love to read because they’ve found their “just-right book,” Comment Mrs, Jebousek. OHJH 6th grade ELA teacher Gala2
“Grants give teachers the opportunities to bring learning to life using new tools and equipment that would not otherwise have access to. My students are building, creating, and coding like never before. Their communication, cooperation, and critical thinking have shown tremendous progress. Thank you MISDEF! You have blessed so many with your generosity.” Jen Marshall, First grade teacher with STEM grant funds.

“My students love escape room days! All students are engaged. The escape rooms are rigorous and require students to think outside of the box. It takes time for them to get used to not have a step by step set of instructions to follow. It also encourages and requires teamwork,”explains LCHS Physics teacher

Alison Rice.