The Issaquah Schools Foundation funds many things throughout every school in the district. Including all of the wonderful grants and programs below, funded to help  PCMS students.

After School Homework/Open Library for Middle Schools Funded Annually
Career and Technical Education Scholarships for Teachers Funded Annually
Dedicated Fine Arts Fund Funded Annually
Financial Literacy Curriculum for 8th Graders Funded Annually
WEB (Where Everybody Belongs) Program Funded Annually
Robotics Club – Middle Schools Funded Annually
Special Services Program Support Funded Annually
Targeted Academic Intervention Program Support – 7th Period Funded Annually
Volunteers of Issaquah Changing Education (VOICE) Mentor Program Funded Annually
New Teacher Classroom Start-Up Funds Funded Annually
TransAct Subscription for ELL Department Funded Annually
Cultural Bridges community magazine translated in Spanish in print / Chinese & Korean online Funded Annually
Tools4School - supplies for students in need Funded Annually
State of Mind - behavioral health conference Funded Annually
Cycle desks 2017
Heart rate monitors 2016
Latin/Greek lesson plans booklet 2015
Latin/Greek lesson plans booklet 2014
Humanities Plus Supplementary Materials (Great Books, Scope and Upfront Magazines) and PD 2013
Multi-Age Advisory Program 2010
Video Science Lab Model for Struggling Students 2010
Expanding Scientific Understanding with Inquiry Based Tools 2008
Technology & Art Enhancement of Spanish Lessons 2007
After School Guided Study Program for Pacific Cascade Freshman Campus 2005


Volunteering with Issaquah Schools Foundation is another great way to better support education in our community.  The Foundation works to fund every school in our district, with number of ways to best help.  Volunteer details here.

One meaningful way to volunteer is through our VOICE Mentor Program, matching caring adults with students in need of academic or social support. We’ve made hundreds of matches this year, but more than 100 students throughout the district are still waiting for a mentor. Could that mentor be you? Contact Learn more here.

Questions, contact Issaquah Schools Foundation.