The Clear Creek Amana Community School Foundation was established in 1986 as a not for profit corporation by a group of concerned citizens working with the support of the Board of Education. Its purpose is to maintain, develop, increase and extend the facilities and services of the district thus providing broader educational opportunities to students, community residents and staff.
The CCA Foundation is a 501(c)(3) organization and governed by a Board of Directors. As a not for profit organization recognized by the Internal Revenue Service, the CCA Foundation can solicit and receive tax-deductible gifts. These funds are managed for the benefit of the school district.
Foundation programming and events have provided over $180,000 to various CCA programs, scholarships, student support and as of recent, the Amana pool upgrades.
The purpose of the Clear Creek Amana Community School Foundation is to maintain, develop, increase and extend the facilities and services of the district providing high quality educational opportunities.
Mission: The Clear Creek Amana Foundation partners with the community to build awareness and financial support to enhance the educational experience for all CCA students.
CCA Foundation Board of Directors:
Jeff Ritchie, President
Dan Steines, Vice President
Aimee Pitlick, Secretary
Ronda Detlefsen, Treasurer
Larry Pacha, Emeritus
Bev Seelman, Emeritus
Tim Kuehl, ex-officio School Superintendent
Matt McAreavy, ex-officio School Board of Director
Nikki Knapp, ex-officio School Board of Director
P.O. Box 30
Oxford, Iowa 52322-0030.