Student Volunteering at The Foundation School of Montgomery County

While our schools work hard on their assignments during the summer session, our students with emotional disabilities are still making time to volunteer in their local communities. Students at The Foundation School of Montgomery County (FSMC) are earning their service learning (SSL) hours in a variety of creative ways. This month, a group of students […]

Supporting Youth Mental Health with the Pull Up Fund!

The Foundation Schools is proud to announce that we are one of three organizations in Prince George’s County to receive support through Pull Up Fund’s Youth Mental Health Supports initiative! The Pull Up Fund connects historically excluded communities to essential resources, with a focus on increasing access to mental health services, supporting youth initiatives, and […]

Congratulations Class of 2023!

The most anticipated day of the year has finally arrived! After working hard all year, our students have reached the milestone of graduation. Class of 2023 faced many obstacles throughout their school journey. From navigating a global pandemic, to transitioning to online learning, all while facing the challenges of their emotional disabilities, there were certainly […]

Congratulations to Our Core Values Award 2023 Winners!

Since 2016, The Foundation Schools have honored staff who have done an exemplary job representing our core values: Teamwork, Work Ethic, Integrity, Respect and Leadership (TWIRL). Our management team carefully selected these staff members as individuals who have shown amazing performance throughout the school year. Here are our winners of the 2023 Core Values Award: […]

Leading Students to Success with Adventist Healthcare’s Community Partnership Fund Grant

For over 25 years, Foundation Links has helped hundreds of students avoid future incidents of nonattendance and re-engage them in the educational process to prevent truancy and dropout. As many of our students come from low-income households, they face challenges beyond the classroom that jeopardize their health and their connection to their education. Links help […]

We Did the Unexpected – Spring Virtual Auction 2023

Our Spring Virtual Auction has officially come to a close. We had so much fun doing some friendly bidding on great items while raising funds to support our Emergency Fund for our low-income students experiencing crises. This year, we set a goal to raise $3,000 at our auction. We are proud to announce that we […]

Impacting Lives with the Emergency Fund

Our region was significantly impacted by the pandemic, especially for individuals in low income communities. As 80% of our students with emotional disabilities and autism live in poverty, the effects of the pandemic continue to negatively impact their health and disrupt their school attendance. During 2020, we observed an increase in financial, job, and housing […]

Stepping Into Spring In Our Spring Newsletter!

It’s been an eventful season at The Foundation Schools and we have all of the exclusive stories and photos from this quarter in our Spring newsletter! Our schools did a variety of creative lessons and presentations to celebrate holidays like Black History Month and Valentine’s Day. Students also took exciting incentive field trips to places […]

Staff Health & Wellness with the Pull Up Fund

The Foundation Schools is pleased to announce that we are one of four recipients to receive generous grant funding to support staff health and wellness from the Pull Up Fund for Prince George’s County! The Pull Up Fund for Prince George’s seeks to help foster tangible development opportunities in historically excluded parts of the county. […]

Moving Forward Together – The 2021-2022 Annual Report

Our annual report is here! During the 2021-2022 school year, we transitioned back into full time in-person learning. It’s been a joy to see our students and staff in the hallways again! Adjusting back to in-person learning while dealing with the effects of the pandemic can be challenging, however, through all of these transitions our […]

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