Dear Parents, Guardians, Alumni, Students and Friends,
Connect! Innovate! Inspire!
For more than 20 years, the Ewing Public Education Foundation has provided grants to teachers to fund creative programs enabling them to engage Ewing Public School students in exciting and different ways. EPEF also provides scholarships to graduating seniors from Ewing High School, helping them as they continue in their educational endeavors.
In May 2017, EPEF awarded a record number of projects: 34 grants totaling nearly $46,000 for such diverse projects as: Fisher Middle School’s Girls on the Run; Ewing High School’s Technology to Support 21st Century Success; Lore Elementary School’s The Amazing Mathematical Race; Parkway’s Elementary School’s Pawsitive Panthers Day of Service; and Antheil’s Elementary School’s STEM Robotics. These and other grant awards engage and inspire students in a variety of academic disciplines, fostering an integrative approach to learning and development. Since 2001, EPEF has provided 334 grants totaling nearly $516,000, all without the use of taxpayer dollars programs. Our grants awarded in science and technology, mathematics, language, the arts, and community service have impacted the lives of students from pre-K through high school, augmenting the traditional curriculum.
Several years ago, EPEF expanded its support to students by offering scholarships to graduating seniors of Ewing High School. This program has grown from one $500 scholarship in 2012 to a record number totaling nearly $10,000 in 2017.
EPEF continues to expand its assistance to teachers and students with the confidence and support of individual, business and corporate partners. However, we are unable to support all qualified applications without your financial support. Your contribution of $20 or more will allow us to expand our commitment to the teachers and students of Ewing Public Schools.
For additional information about the Foundation and to make a tax-deductible contribution, visit EPEF’s website at www.epef.org. Like our Facebook page for updates and additional information.
Thank you for your support as we work together to connect, innovate and inspire.
Steven K. Szmutko
Steven K. Szmutko, President Emeritus
Ewing Public Education Foundation