• Closed (partial funding): $2,410 raised for La Crosse Central Debate Team

    Summary: Donors provided $2,410 to help the La Crosse Central Debate Team cover travel and competition expenses. Amount raised: $2,410   •   School: Central High School   •   Sponsor Name: Benjamin Hamburger           About My Project: The Central Debate team has a long and proud history of competition in Wisconsin and regional debate. Policy debate is perhaps the […]

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  • Closed (partial funding): Help the Logan High InvenTeam travel to MIT

    Summary: The Logan InvenTeam is raising funds to cover travel expenses to go to MIT in June 2019 to demonstrate their invention – an energy management system for prosthetic limbs. The invention will convert kinetic energy produced during limb use into sustainable energy. Initial funds raised will go toward travel expenses for 13 team members. Additional […]

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  • Closed (partial funding): North Woods Read-a-Thon raises $2,219 for Amity interns

    Students at North Woods International School hosted a Read-a-Thon on Friday, March 1st to raise money for the Amity Intern Program. In total, $2,219 was raised — including $790 in online donations through the LPEF Support-a-School website.           About My Project:  Money raised during our Read-a-Thon will be used to provide partial funding in support of […]

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  • Closed (partial funding): Send Lincoln Middle School students to national competition

    Summary: Help Lincoln Middle School raise money to send three students to Atlanta to compete in the Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) National Leadership Conference. Goal: $1,200   •   Amount raised: $175   •   School: Lincoln Middle School   •   Sponsor Name: Jo Dee Hoiness, Family & Consumer Science Teacher     About My Project: FCCLA STAR Events (Students […]

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  • Closed (partial funding): Spence Read-a-Thon to fund school projects

    Summary: Help Spence Elementary celebrate the joy of reading and raise money for important school projects supported by the Spence PTO. Goal: $3,000   •   Amount Raised: $615 in online donations, plus other donations accepted at the school   •   School: Spence Elementary School           About Our Project: On March 2, Spence Elementary students will celebrate Dr. Seuss’s birthday and Read […]

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  • UPDATED: 7 Rivers students raise $960 to help the homeless in La Crosse

    Summary: Students from 7 Rivers Community High School are raising money to create care packages for the homeless in La Crosse. Goal: $5,000   •   Amount raised: $960 including $500 in online donations   •   School: 7 Rivers Community High School                   About Our Project: ​To help the homeless this holiday season, students […]

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  • Closed (partial funding): Help Sammie the service dog make a “Pawsitive Influence” at North Woods

    Summary: Help raise money for a school service dog to provide a calming effect for special education and regular classroom students at North Woods International School. Goal: $5,500   •   Amount raised: $473 (this does not include donations received through a separate La Crosse SOUP fundraising event)  •   School: North Woods International School   •   Sponsor Name: Heather Stern   […]

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  • UPDATED: Closed (partial funding): $2,260 raised for Black Youth Summit 2017

    Summary: Support the 2nd annual Black Youth Summit, which brings together 6th -12th grade students for a day of learning and fun. This year’s event will be held on Saturday, Nov. 11 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Lincoln Middle School. For information, contact Shaundel Spivey at sspivey@lacrossesd.org. Goal: $5,500   •   Amount Raised: $2,260  •   School: All middle/high […]

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  • Closed: M.A.T.H.L.E.T.E.S. – an active math classroom at Central High

    Summary: Help make my Central High School math classroom a more active place for learning by purchasing stability balls to replace current seating, allowing students to move and stretch and help them stay focused and engaged in math lessons. Goal: $1,660   •   Amount Raised: $0   •   School: Central High School   •   Sponsor Name: Jessica Hutschenreuter   […]

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  • Closed (partial funding): Culturally representative books through “See Me. Read Me.” project

    Summary: Our goal is to put culturally representative books into the hands of our community’s children. . Goal: $11,000   •   Net Amount Raised: $4,534 (including donations made by check)   •   School: Lincoln Middle School (representing all District schools)  •   Sponsor Name: Shaundel Spivey           About My Project:  In our community, and in our schools, the availability of […]

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