1. The establishment of a non-profit foundation to support students and educators in Everman ISD.
  2. The establishment of a scholarship program to benefit junior and senior high students who are enrolled in classes at post-secondary institutions. These classes fulfill course requirements for their high school diploma. Academic classes also count as college credits helping to fulfill requirements for a college diploma (dual-credit). Career-focused classes such as welding and automotive technology help fulfill licensing requirements.
  3. The establishment of an educator recognition program that awards teaching innovation and excellence in the district.
  4. The establishment of a graduate scholarship program for educators seeking professional development opportunities at post-secondary institutions and/or other programs of study.
  5. The establishment of a foundation that allows business, community, patrons and stakeholders to participate.