City Elementary Scholarship Campaign 2023

Help create a brighter and more inclusive future for neurodiverse students.

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Help create a brighter and more inclusive future for neurodiverse students.

Support educational opportunities for neurodiverse students at City Elementary!

City Elementary is a beacon of hope for students with special needs. With a small teacher-to-student ratio and specialized staff, City provides an inclusive educational environment where students can thrive. Over the years, we have witnessed the profound impact of City's success through the inspiring stories of accomplishments shared by parents and students.

Unfortunately, there are many deserving students who face financial barriers and, as such, cannot access the transformative educational opportunities that City has to offer.

But you have the power to change this!

By contributing to our City Elementary Scholarship Campaign 2023, you are not just donating; you are investing in the future of diverse young minds. Your support directly changes the lives of neurodiverse learners in our community, allowing them to achieve their fullest academic and social potential.

City Elementary is a proud recipient of an Opler Family Foundation Award of $50,000. Help us fuel our growth and send more deserving students to City Elementary by doubling this gift!

    Did you know among school-age children, 1 in 36 are being diagnosed with autism, and nearly 10% of all elementary students are being diagnosed with ADHD? As these numbers continue to rise, neurodiverse students are often overlooked and underserved in the public school system. There is an urgent need for schools like City Elementary to bridge this gap.

Ways to Help Fundraise and Spread Awareness

• Host a Parlor Meeting - Invite your friends and networks to learn more about City Elementary’s mission - contact Jennifer Iverson, Board President

•Partner with City Elementary- City Elementary welcomes the opportunity to engage with your organization to spread awareness and mutually beneficial opportunities for growth - contact Jennifer Iverson, Board President

    Help us break down barriers and provide inclusive, transformative education that will shape the future for neurodiverse students.