Founded in 2000, The Blankner School Foundation’s mission is to provide the financial resources necessary to deliver a high-quality, world-class educational experience for all Blankner students. The Foundation believes that no Blankner teacher or student should lack the resources necessary to achieve this goal, regardless of public funding.
Blankner could not be the exceptional school it is without the support of its families and community. The needs of our students are changing. With your support, you enable us to change with them.
The parents of Blankner students make-up the Foundation Board. We welcome new families to our fundraising events throughout the year.
Support Blankner by purchasing a Legacy Sidewalk Brick. This will stay on Blankner's campus, symbolizing your continued support of our school.
Welcome to the 2023-2024 school year. We are sure each of you is looking forward to a school year that enables a return to normalcy, laughter, and engagement and contains the incredible energy our Blankner K-8 school has to offer each student. Our Foundation cannot thank you enough for the patience and dedication you have shown over the last year.
This year, we have a great opportunity to genuinely engage our parents and families on the value of the Blankner Foundation. Additionally, PTSA and SAC, along with the Blankner Administration, have been highly collaborative throughout the summer to ensure we have a robust "Back to School" presence as partners and collaborators.
Our 2023-2024 fundraising goal is to restore our current operating budget and continue to support the STEAM Lab, the Living Lab, and extracurricular activities such as clubs and drama, along with other significant initiatives as determined by the administration.
Evan Landis, President
Corey Johns, Vice President
Andy Searle, Secretary
Jamie Brown, Treasurer
Board of Directors
Melissa Gross, Cliff Hendrickson, Ken Mauldin, David Hanna, Reid Wilburn, Laura Archer, Daniel Gutierrez, Janet Kafka Ray, Kelly Meier, Jamie Weidner, John Starr, DeAnne Jayne, Charles Knippen, Michelle Johnson