Champion Learning: Develop, Educate, and INSPIRE!

Donations

CAPITAL CAMPAIGN: WALKWAY TO A SUSTAINABLE FUTURE

WE ARE LOOKING TO BUILD AN INNOVATIVE SOLAR PANEL WALKWAY AROUND THE BUS HUB THAT WILL PROVIDE GREEN SUSTAINABLE ENERGY & REDUCE ELECTRICITY COSTS SO WE CAN SPEND THOSE DOLLARS IN THE CLASSROOM

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Campaigns and Initiatives

Help Dexter Community Schools Develop, EDUCATE, and Inspire The Next Generation of Dreadnaughts!

Thank you for considering a donation to the Dexter Community School District.
 
The vision of the Dexter Community Schools is to Develop, Educate, and Inspire our students to realize their strongest selves by equipping them with the holistic set of competencies that steer development of the whole person.
 
Our school district is a widely recognized leader in developing new and better ways to engage with our students and provide the best learning opportunities possible. Future Dreadnaughts rely on additional funding from our alumni and community to allow the district to go above and beyond and provide next level public education, as well as additional programming and services.
 
Per the Internal Revenue Service, donations made to school district programs that do not operate for profit and are solely supported by state and local governments are tax-deductible. 
Dexter Schools Learning Helm

NEED MORE INFORMATION?

Thinking about a major program gift or bequest to Dexter Community Schools? Email us at info@dexterschools.org or give us a call at 734-424-4102 to talk to our leadership team.

DCS Students Thrive with Your Support

Three Creekside teachers standing together and smiling at Open House night
Art students posing with their work and teacher Jane Montero
Older student explains the garden to younger students
students posing at an anti-bullying demonstration
Beekeeping club students in their beekeeper suits
Creekside kitchen garden in summer
Board President Mara Greatorex and Creekside Principal Tammy Reich
four students smiling and standing on the track
STudent shouting through a paper megaphone and giving a thumbs up.
Silhouettes of students being active on the turf at Al Ritt
Student artwork - paper quilt squares from exchange project
Creekside students sitting on a curb watching HOCO parade