Denton Public School Foundation
DPSF LogoMission Statement
The mission of the Denton Public School Foundation is to enrich and maximize the quality of education available in the Denton Independent School District.
In order to accomplish its mission, the Foundation encourages contributions for endowment purposes and current programs. The Foundation plans and administers all programs in cooperation with the Denton Independent School District administration. The Foundation, however, is a separate entity.

Goals of the Foundation

  • To encourage academic excellence
  • To facilitate innovative educational activities
  • To promote continued community involvement in the schools 

The financial goal for the Foundation is to build a $2.0 million dollar endowment by the year 2014.

About Us
The Denton Public School Foundation is a non-profit 501(C)(3) corporation founded for the purpose of raising and providing support for the teachers and students of Denton ISD. Monies raised are invested and distributed through a competitive grant and scholarship program. Since 2002, the Foundation has awarded over $2.4 million in grants-to-teachers, staff scholarships and special program support to fund innovative classroom initiatives, advanced training and graduate hours; and over $581,000 in student scholarships to graduating DISD seniors.
We believe that every child deserve a strong foundation and that teachers and staff are valued resources. We support quality programs that directly and positively impact student learning. With continued support we can achieve our goal of funding the many scholarships and innovative project requests that we receive each year. 
If you would like more information about the DPSF, are interested in making a donation or volunteering your services, or just want to visit about the Denton Schools, please contact Jackie Jackson,  DPSF executive director, at 
You can also make an online contribution through

Mail contributions or inquiries to:

Denton Public School Foundation, Inc.
1307 N. Locust
Denton, Texas  76201