Accessible playground


  • Power of Play Donors

    as of 7/19/19 (donations $500 or more)

    • Orscheln
    • Scott Linscheid, Senior Insurance Providers
    • CJ Educational Foundation
    • Lisa Knutzen
    • C+H Heating and Air
    • Karen & Dennis Linscheid
    • Liberty/Empire Electric
    • Ray Carter Memorial Fund
    • Jo Kleinsorge, Just Call Jo Real Estate
    • Owens-Corning
    • State Senator Ron Richard
    • Christ’s Church of Oronogo
    • Class of 2024
    • Community Foundation of the Ozarks
    • The Lemons Trust
    • Pinnacle Bank
    • IBT Incorporated
    • State Farm Neighborhood Assist Grant
    • Freeman Health System
    • MoDNR Land & Water Conservation Fund
    • CJ Students' Read-a-thon
    • Maccini Construction Company
    • Arvest Bank
    • Steve & Kipra Odaffer
    • Bishop & Hayes Law Firm
    • James Dawson
    • Schroeder Foundation
    • Memorial Donations for Tammy Winnett
    • Aire Internet
    • Walmart Foundation
    • FBLA
    • Jennafer Johnson, Edward Jones
    • Southwest Missouri Bank
    • Casey's General Store
    • Keller Williams of SWMO
    • Brad McIntyre, Edward Jones
    • U.S. Bank Foundation
    • Ozark Center
    • S&S Computers
    • Tim & Michelle Blackford
    • CJ, Jill, Craig, & Audrey Hayes
    • Asbell Companies
    • Jake & Krista Asbell
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  • How to Donate

    If you would like to be a hero for our kids and donate to the project, payments can be made to The Carl Junction Educational Foundation, attention to The Power of Play. The mailing address is 206 S. Roney, Carl Junction, MO 64834. The CJ Educational Foundation is a 501c3. 

    We truly thank you for your caring consideration.

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Our Playground Vision

  • The teachers, staff, and administrators at Carl Junction Schools have a vision for safe and fully inclusive playgrounds for all students in Preschool - 6th grade and we are working to make it a reality! We have developed a plan to fund and build two handicapped accessible playgrounds with the help of our community partners. We are in the process of reaching out to our local community, national companies, and philanthropists who share our vision of "The Power of Play - Play is for Everyone."


    • May 13, 2019: Groundbreaking, 10:15, 201 S. Verbryck, Primary 2-3 Building
    • Fall 2019: 2nd - 6th grade playground renovation complete


Last Modified on September 17, 2019