District 206 Education Foundation

In Memory of Glen Giannetti

Dr. Glen Giannetti served Bloom High School and School District 206 for many years in various positions.  Glen was Superintendent from 2004-2011.  Glen was also an Assistant Superintendent, Assistant Principal at Bloom, Dean of Students, math teacher and varsity basketball coach.  Glen was also a former board member of the District 206 Education Foundation and proud supporter of the students of Bloom and Bloom Trail High Schools.  

The Foundation is humbled and grateful that the Giannetti Family has requested donations in memory of Glen be directed to the Foundation.  To donate in memory of Glen, please click on the link below.  The Foundation greatly appreciates your support.


Since 1992, the District 206 Education Foundation has raised and distributed funds to support the educational programs at Bloom and Bloom Trail High Schools including computer equipment, robotics equipment, band instruments, vocational projects, audio-visual auditorium projects and faculty mini-grants.  The Foundation maintains several endowment funds which help support its efforts.


Donations can also be mailed to:
School District 206 Education Foundation
100 West 10th Street
Chicago Heights, IL 60411

(The Foundation is a 501c3 organization.  All donations are tax-deductible as provided by law.)






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Our Mission

It shall be the mission of the School District 206 Education Foundation, (“Foundation”),  to acquire and distribute financial and other resources to Bloom Township High School District 206. The resources shall be used for programs and projects which enhance or supplement Bloom Township High School District 206 (BTHS 206) educational programs and provide enrichment opportunities for learners.

Our Goal
The Foundation has made a commitment to help provide students with educational opportunities above and beyond those that can be funded with tax revenues. Working together with supporters who value excellence in education, we can make a difference in the lives of our students.

What does the Foundation do?
The not-for-profit School District 206 Foundation was established to develop financial support for special activities that enrich and expand our students’ educational experiences. The Foundation goal is to offer students opportunities beyond those funded by BTHS District 206.Private and business support from the community creates a partnership with education that leads to success in enriching young lives.  What will your gift support?
The types of educational activities the Foundation will support include:
  • Mini-grants for creative, innovative study
  • Multicultural and motivational programs
  • New technology projects
  • Guest speakers
  • Projects to encourage excellence
    Who makes funding decisions?
    The Foundation is governed by a volunteer Board of Trustees composed of community representatives. The trustees are responsible for determining which projects will receive funding.  How can you help?
    A contribution to the School District 206 Education Foundation is a gift to enrich learning and an investment in an enhanced educational program for our students.  The following are Foundation contribution categories:
    Benefactor $1,000 or more
    Founding Donor $500 – $999
    Patron Donor $250 – $499
    Contributing Donor $100 – $249
    Friend of Foundation $25 – $99
    Contributions can be taken online through the “Donate Now” section of our website, or sent  and made payable to the “School District 206 Education Foundation,” 100 West 10th Street, Chicago Heights, IL 60411. The Foundation is incorporated as a 501 (c) (3) not-for-profit organization.

Contact Us:

School District 206 Education Foundation
100 West 10th Street
Chicago Heights, IL 60411
Phone: (708) 755-7010
Fax: (708) 755-6859
Via Email:  [email protected]