Building a Brighter Future

In the wake of the tragedy at Robb Elementary School, the Uvalde CISD Moving Forward Foundation was established to help collect funding for the construction of a new elementary campus in the Uvalde CISD. With support from generous donors, funds raised will help the children, families, and staff of the Uvalde CISD community move forward together.

Locally Designed. Texas Built.
Our Projected 2-Year UCISD Moving Forward Timeline

September 21-November 1 - Community Advisory Committee (CAC) Meetings (6); September 29-30 - CAC Site visits to Liberty Hill, Jarrell and Georgetown schools; October 4-6 - Design Charette Meetings with Students, Campus Staff, District Departments, Law Enforcement, and Emergency Responders; November 14 - Family and community presentations; November 16 - School board meeting on CAC recommendations for site selection and conceptual design; November 21-March 2 - Schematic design production phase; March 20, 2023 - School board meeting on schematic design; March 21-June 19 - Construction documents phase; April 20-June 12 - bid and award phase; June 12 - school board meeting on bid awards; June 19-August 7 - jurisdictional review phase; August 8, 2023 - October 31, 2024 - construction phase; TBD - first day of school

Thank you Huckabee Architects for leading our new campus construction from Design to Completion.

Key Components of the New School Conceptual Design

  • Grades two, three, and four
  • 12 classrooms per grade level • 120,000 square feet
  • 800 student capacity
  • Two stories
  • Air conditioned gymnasium
  • Makerspace and STEM Labs
  • Science, Music and Art Classrooms
  • Multiple Flex Areas for Instructional Support
  • A variety of play and recreational areas

Three Drivers of the School Design Process

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Brain Research

How does the brain learn, process and recall information?

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Five Phases of Emergency Management

There’s more than just the hardening of schools.

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Trauma-informed Care

Meeting the occupants of the building where they are.

Ways to Donate

Check

Checks, made payable to the Uvalde CISD Moving Forward Foundation, can be sent to PO Box 106, Uvalde, TX 78802-0106

Credit Card

Donate online here with your credit card, PayPal or Venmo account. Please choose "PayPal" to process any credit cards.

Wire transfer/ACH

Electronic payments through your financial institution can be made to the Uvalde CISD Moving Forward Foundation. Account number: 9447178; routing number: 114902405.

Donor Tributes

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November 26, 2022

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November 22, 2022

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November 16, 2022

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November 1, 2022

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The Uvalde CISD Moving Forward Foundation receives $10,000 donation from The Kelly Clarkson Show

Adding to the ongoing giving still needed to support rebuilding efforts after the tragedy in Uvalde, TX., the Uvalde CISD Moving Forward Foundation is excited to announce that it has received another high-profile pledge – this time, a $10,000 gift from The Kelly Clarkson Show. The donation, which Kelly Clarkson announced on a recent episode of the show, will aid the 501(c)3 charitable foundation in its mission to help collect funding for a new elementary campus in Uvalde, the nonprofit’s initial priority.

The Uvalde CISD Moving Forward Foundation continues to seek contributions to support its efforts to help fund the new elementary campus. All funds donated to the Uvalde CISD Moving Forward Foundation will initially go toward building the new campus, which will include state-of-the-art security measures and enhanced educational offerings. Donations to the foundation are tax-deductible. Those wanting to help and donate by visiting UvaldeCISDMovingForward.org. Details for alternative ways to give to the foundation also are available on the website.

Planning for the campus is in the beginning stages, and the foundation will work in tandem with the school district, the Uvalde community, donors, and other stakeholders through a series of community meetings to listen and gather feedback for the elementary campus and any future projects.

While additional donations are still needed to help fund the project, the nonprofit has received several major gifts from organizations. Among the founding donors are the Butt Family and H-E-B, which announced a combined $10 million commitment, and Huckabee and Joeris, two Texas firms who will provide in-kind services for the design and construction of the school.

“Along with the entire Uvalde community, we are deeply grateful for this gift from The Kelly Clarkson Show,” said Charles Clines, Board President for the Uvalde CISD Moving Forward Foundation. “Their generosity along with the support from all donors who have given to this effort will help the children, families, staff, and Uvalde CISD community move forward together. We appreciate all our donors but continue to seek donations to help get us over the finish line. Thank you to everyone for the unyielding support our community continues to receive from across Texas, the nation, and the world.”

Built-in the 1960s, Robb Elementary School served nearly 550 students in grades second through fourth. The school has been permanently closed, and while a timeline hasn’t been determined, plans are in place for the school to be razed, ensuring students and staff will not have to return to the building at the site of the tragedy.

Please direct any additional questions to uvaldecisdmovingforward@uvaldecisd.net.

Founding Donors

We thank those whose funding made this project possible. Their donations, and yours, will help the children and families of Uvalde move forward together.