​​​​DONATE NOW and help our students with school supplies!​

When you give to the SBPS Foundation, you can feel confident that your contribution is making a difference to the students we serve.  Right now, we are helping our students and families with cost of school supplies for the upcoming school year.  We NEED YOUR HELP!  

The Scottsbluff Schools Foundation is pleased to work with community supporters to provide several scholarship opportunities to our students.  
Recipients of these scholarships feel the benefit as they transition from their time at SHS to their new educational institution.  Read about the difference these scholarships make for some of our students; Yazmin and Hailey.  We wish our scholarship recipients, and all SBPS students the best of luck! 

...This assistance has helped alleviate

the financial burden that comes with
obtaining a higher education. The
requirements set by the scholarship
committee has pushed me to work hard
and maintain a strong grade point

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For more scholarship information, click here.  


Classroom Grants

Mrs. Salomon's science students at Bluffs Middle School are expanding their hands-on learning with supplemental STEM curriculum provided by a Classroom Grant from the SBPS Foundation.  Mrs. Salomon noticed the need for further materials and supplies during the 2018/19 school year.  Her students were moving and learning quickly and she wanted to do more to challenge and educate them.  "I appreciate all the Foundation has done for me and my classes.  Thanks to the SBPS Foundation, I have been able to provide a variety of opportunities of 7th Grade Science Enrichment," Salomon says of the grant money.  With the grant, her classes have been able to "design and construct prototype solar cars and hydro power stations.  Students were able to test their designs, make modifications and improvements to their design, allowing us to meet 3D state standards.  Also included were water turbines, geothermal energy with exothermic reactions, and wind turbines to grasp and study the challenges we face with energy.  It should be an exciting year for 7th grade students!  The Foundation is making a true positive impact." 

Students agree; the class has been fun and provided a new outlook on engineering and science. 

  • I learned a lot more about engineering from the science enrichment.  I think that it was a really good idea for Mrs. Salomon to get the grant money from the Foundation.  This class is a way to help young students learn to use technology.  It helps students to solve world wide problems.  Peyton May

  • I am enjoying the enrichment class, it improved my knowledge about different studies.  I learn better with a hands on approach and it has really sparked a passion for creating things.  It is probably one of my favorite classes this year.  It is also very fun.  Nolan Lambertson

Our Mission

It is the purpose of the Scottsbluff Public Schools Foundation to support and enrich programs and educational opportunities for the students of Scottsbluff Public Schools.  We rely on financial support from our community, parents, and alumni to expand our efforts and continue to enhance education at SBPS.


Founded in 1988, the Scottsbluff Public Schools Foundation was established for the purpose of raising funds for the support and improvement of educational programs provided by Scottsbluff Public Schools. The Scottsbluff Public Schools Foundation is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization. The foundation is funded by donations from individuals, corporations, small businesses, foundations and community organizations. The board of directors of the foundation is composed of volunteers from the community who believe in the importance of providing a high-quality education to the students of Scottsbluff Public Schools.  

Check out our first issue of Alumni Connections sent to SHS Alumni March 2019

What's Happening


All current SBPS Foundation events cancelled or postponed. 
Please check sbps.net often for current COVID19 updates.  

Top Stories

Foundation approves Classroom Grant for sensory pathways created by SHS education students

The SBPS Foundation approved a grant for $800 for SHS education students to research, design, and create a sensory pathway for Lincoln Heights Elementary school. 

SBPS Foundation 

purchases English Language Arts Materials for Grades K-2

The Scottsbluff Public Schools Foundation board voted unanimously to commit $47,000 to purchase  supplementary classroom geodes and storybooks for use with the adoption of Wit and Wisdom English Language Arts curriculum in grades K-2.  

CTSO Breakfast Scheduled for April 27th

RSVP Now to learn more about Career and Technical Student Organizations at SHS 

Scottsbluff Public Schools Foundation

1722 First Avenue

Scottsbluff, NE 69361


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