A Legacy of Giving 2015-2016 Participating Schools

Akins High School
Bailey Middle School
Becker Elementary*
Blazier Elementary School*
Boone Elementary School*
Bowie High School
Brown Elementary School*
Burnet Middle School*
Casey Elementary School*
Covington Middle School
Crockett High School*
Cunningham Elementary School*
East Austin College Prep*
Galindo Elementary School*
Garcia Young Men’s Leadership Academy*
Hill Elementary School
Lanier High School*
Lyndon B. Johnson High School*
Manor Elementary*
Manor New Tech High School
Mathews Elementary
McBee Elementary*
Menchaca Elementary School*

*Title I

Mendez Middle School*

Murchison Middle School
Odom Elementary School
Overton Elementary School*
Paragon Prep
Paredes Middle School*
Patton Elementary School
Pease Elementary School
Pecan Springs Elementary School*
Pillow Elementary School*
Reagan High School*
Renaissance Academy*
Sadler Means Young Women’s Leadership Academy*
Small Middle School
St. Francis School
St. Gabriel’s Catholic School
Summit Elementary*
Travis High School*
Webb Middle School*
Williams Elementary School*

 

I think teaching philanthropy is vital to the healthy growth of our society, especially when teaching high school students. These are the students who are about to go out into the world and make a difference either way because they ARE the future. Educating them about philanthropy helps to ensure that the differences they make are positive, inspiring, and help shape the future society into one that cares about the well being of others in their community, nationally, and globally.”

 

Erika San Miguel
Teacher, Akins High School
Austin Independent School District