• Denton Public School Foundation Logo


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

About Our Foundation

  • The Denton Public School Foundation (DPSF) is a non-profit 501(C)(3) corporation founded for the purpose of raising and providing support for the students and teachers of Denton ISD. Monies raised are invested and distributed through a competitive grant and scholarship program. Since 1995, the Foundation has awarded nearly $3.5 million in grants-to-teachers, staff scholarships, and special program support to fund innovative classroom initiatives, advanced training, and graduate hours; and $1,414,548 in student scholarships to graduating Denton ISD seniors.

    We believe that every child deserves 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, the foundation's executive director, at jjackson2@dentonisd.org.
    You can also make an online contribution through Support DPSF.
    Thank you for supporting Denton Public School Foundation and being the change we need! 


  • The mission of the Denton Public School Foundation, Inc. is to raise and distribute funds for the benefit of students and staff of the Denton Independent School District. Funds shall be distributed as grant-to-teachers, staff scholarships, student scholarships, and other programs deemed appropriate by the Board of Directors.

    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.


  • To encourage academic excellence

    To facilitate innovative educational activities

    To promote continued community involvement in the schools 

    Executive Director Jackie Jackson at the annual Groundhog Day Gala