FAQs

  1. When was the Foundation established?
    • The Central Valley CSD Foundation was established in 1994 as the Ilion Central School District Foundation. In 2013, when the Ilion and Mohawk School Districts merged and became the Central Valley Central School District, the Foundation changed its name as well.
  2. Who serves on the Foundation Board?
    • The Foundation allows for 15 volunteers, which shall include a President, Vice-President, Recording Secretary, Corresponding Secretary, and a Treasurer.
    • The members of the Foundation Board are mainly residents of the Central Valley Central School District, however, a limited number of membership seats are open to non-residents as well.
    • For more information on the members, please visit the membership page.
    • If you are interested in becoming a member or volunteer, please send an email to info@centralvalleycsdfoundation.org
  3. What is the main focus of the Foundation?
    • The main focus of the Foundation is to raise money for the benefit of the students and teachers in the Central Valley Central School District.
  4. How does the Foundation raise funds?
    • Most of the money for the Foundation is raised though Foundation-sponsored fundraisers.  Additionally, donations and bequests are accepted in honor of or in memory of individuals as are any other donations.
    • If you would like more information about how to donate to the Foundation, please visit our donations page, or send an email to donations@centralvalleycsdfoundation.org
  5. What is the Mission of the Foundation?
    • It shall be the primary purpose of the Foundation to enhance the educational program of the Central Valley Central School District by providing materials or equipment and by funding programs and capital projects that cannot be readily financed by means of the annual school budget.

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