A Year Through Our Eyes – The 2020-2021 Annual Report
Thank you for joining us along the way during the 2020-2021 school year. Beginning last fall during distance learning and through hybrid learning in the spring, our students and schools accomplished so much. Now, as we continue in-person learning and Move Forward Together, we reflect on the novel year it truly was. Together, we witnessed our students with emotional disabilities and autism connect with our staff in unique ways, strive for greatness while overcoming significant adversity, and finish the school year strong!
Catch up on what the 2020-2021 school year looked like through the perspective of our students and staff. This annualreport is full of great stories of what last year looked like and how we mobilized together to serve our community in need. Thank you for your support of our important work!
It’s with great honor that we invite you to join us in congratulating The Foundation Schools Graduating Class of 2022! Starting at the beginning of their journeys, each student arrived at The Foundation Schools with unique social and emotional struggles that prevented them from being able to succeed in their home school. Today, they are […]
Retirement Message from our Director of Communications and Development
Supporters of The Foundation Schools, For 32 years I have had the honor and privilege of witnessing the courage and determination of our students and our staff. Although it is a difficult decision, I have decided to retire from my position as Director of Communications and Development. My last day will be the most important […]
Fundraising for our Career Connections Program!
Our students are transitioning to their next steps while navigating the challenges the pandemic has created for post-graduation life. Although their emotional disabilities can put them at a disadvantage when entering the competitive workforce, we know with support they can accomplish great things. Help us pave the way forward by being a contributor to the […]
Promoting Children’s Mental Health this May
During the pandemic, 55% of children felt sad, depressed, or unhappy. To let them know you care you can become a champion for mental health by participating alongside The Foundation Schools and the Maryland campaign Children’s Mental Health Matters! For over 20 years, the Maryland Health Association and Maryland Coalition of Families have partnered with […]