See below for more information about the three ways local businesses can impact education at Simpson. Take advantage of these special opportunities to enrich our students’ education at Simpson AND promote your business to THOUSANDS of local families and the community!
Interested? Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll be in touch shortly. Thank you.
Gold Level – Marquee Partners
Marquee Partners provide funding to the school, and as a thank you, we place static advertising panel on the bottom of the marquee, and scrolling information on the large digital display daily for an entire year. According to the local authorities, 10,000 cars drive by our marquee daily! We also list your business logo on our websites, various programs/printouts and in the weekly school newsletter sent to 1,200 people. You are also welcome to have any flyers you’d like in the school lobby and/or distributed to students. You will increase your reach in the community and help our school at the same time.
Silver & Bronze Levels – Friends of Foundation
To thank you for your monetary donation to our school, we will have your business listed on our websites and in the school, newsletter sent to over 1,200 people weekly for an entire school year (bronze level). Silver level Friends will also be listed on various programs/printouts throughout the school year and are welcome to have any flyers in the school lobby and/or distributed to students. You will directly help fund many enhanced educational experiences for all students at Simpson that are not otherwise funded by the school county budget.
Our Friends of Foundation
We are looking for active partnerships with a variety of businesses and higher education institutions. If you are willing to come talk to our students about your professional field or provide supplies and materials we can use in our STEAM projects, please let us know. We would love to have you be a part of our STEAM journey.
Our STEAM Partners
Chattahoochee Technical College – Dr. Jarod Lynn, Associate Dean of Sciences, and Dr. Juanita Forrester, Professor of Biology, bring their human body systems models and specimens to amaze our students.
Kemira – Jennifer Riser, a research scientist at Kemira, educates the students on cell biology.
Kennesaw State University – Dr. Rajnish and KSU students visit our STEAM block and engage with the students.
The Coder School – Experts visited with the 8th graders and explored Python. They are offering classes at Simpson on Wednesdays from 4:30-5:30 pm in room UA3 (Murphy) beginning September 4.