From the Foundation and Seminole County Public Schools 

Seminole County Public Schools is committed to creating positive learning environments and promoting kindness between all individuals. This is only possible by creating a safe environment through the support of our community, parents, and educators. To support this cause, The Foundation will be holding a fundraiser to support mental health and school safety in Seminole County Public Schools.

All donations received through The Foundation’s Text-to-Give program between February 25th – March 6th will benefit mental health and school safety initiatives in Seminole County Public Schools. To support this initiative, simply text “SCPS” to 243725 and click the link to donate.

WHAT: School Safety and Mental Health Summit

WHEN: Thursday, February 28th from 6:00 – 7:00 p.m.

WHERE: Lyman High School 865 S. Ronald Reagan Blvd. in Longwood

This fundraiser is being held in combination with the Seminole County Public Schools School Safety and Mental Health Summit on Thursday, February 28th. The Summit is open to the public and will be held at Lyman High School from 6:00 – 7:00 P.M. This joint education event will raise awareness about mental illness and increase knowledge about mental health services and threat assessment teams in schools. In conjunction with an expert panel of school personnel, local law enforcement, and community partners, community stakeholders can learn the importance of addressing mental illness in children.

The Foundation is proud to support this and many other initiatives and priorities of Seminole County Public Schools.

About The Foundation for Seminole County Public Schools

As SCPS’s direct-support charity, The Foundation has raised over $40 million to help ensure that today’s students become tomorrow’s productive citizens. We fund priorities of the school district in the following areas: improving student achievement, investing in our educators, and removing barriers to student learning. By supporting The Foundation, you are ensuring today’s students are tomorrow’s productive citizens. For more information, call 407.320.0180 or visit