Michael and Nicole Graham join SBISD Superintendent Scott Muri who has Pinecone on his shoulder.
Amy and Chris Miller and Laurie and Will Davis welcomed more than 400 guests to the Redneck Riviera Ungala on November 30. The co-chairs planned the evening to support Spring Branch ISD’s 35,000 students through district-wide and campus grants as well as scholarships. Generous party-goers donated more than $150,000 for Spring Branch Education Foundation to enhance education in SBISD; an additional $7,000 was specifically earmarked for 2019 graduates during the Raise the Paddle for Scholarships portion of the evening. The festive evening included themed dinner stations, casino games, exotic auction items, Kendra Scott grab bags and dancing to Libby Koch and the Dealers.
About Spring Branch Education Foundation:
Spring Branch Education Foundation is committed to supporting SBISD students and educators. It partners with the district and community to fund programs that enhance education and ̅students for the future. In 2016, Caruthers Institute ranked SBEF 42nd in the nation among 188 K-12 education foundations and in the top 10 of its division of foundations with $1 million to $1,999,999 in revenues. Since 1993, the Foundation has donated more than $13 million to the district. SBEF is a 501(c)3 organization; all donations are tax deductible.