The Central Community Educational Foundation was chartered in 1993 to benefit the students of our school district by providing funds for otherwise unavailable enrichment opportunities. That first year, $1,300 was awarded in grants.
Central Educational Foundation has contributed $310,000 to Central Schools in the last nineteen years. This is a list of the grants distributed in 2012 with $32,000 requested and granted $24,465.08
$1417.00 Elmo Document Camera – Terri Smith & Laura Wilga
$2655.00 Physiology Lab Quest – Pelham – Kurt Kreiter
$2142.29 STEM Activities K-6 – Tera Hahn
$2000.00 Trial Apps Fund – Tammy McClimon, Bryce Heathman, Karen Bertolino, Staci Mercado
$3500.00 Ed 2020 Virtual Learning – Renee Green & Colleen Flathers
$2000.00 K-3 Guided Reading Library – Helble & Ruggeberg – Kerri Kuehl
$ 751.99 A-V Production Studio Kit – Don Mercado
$1250.00 Flipped Over Learning – Kris McGuire
$4000.00 It's not just books (book room) split evenly between MS & HS -- Dull – Kris McGuire & Theresa Wainwright
$3448.80 Digital Photo Technology – Parrott -- Cassie Dunlavey & Sue Sawvell
$1300.00 Screencasting Package – Volkman --Heath Kelley, Angela Robinson, Bill Goble, Emily Slavens, Leigh McEwen
It is only through the generosity of our community members and alumni that we have been able to impact so many students' educational opportunities.
Mark your calendar for this all school event!
July 6 and 7, 2012 : All Class Reunion
July 6, 2012 : Erin McMahon Concert at 7:30 School Auditorium
July 7, 2012 : John Smith Concert at 7:00 School Auditorium plus the Welton Street Dance
Greg Gannon, president of DeWitt Bank and Trust, announcing the endowment for vocational education.