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September 6, 2022
Dear Parents, Guardians, Alumni, Students and Friends:
The Ewing Public Education Foundation (EPEF or Foundation) celebrates 27 years of providing grants to Ewing Public Schools for innovative educational programs. EPEF is an independent, non-profit organization whose mission is to mobilize community support, commitment, and resources to help improve the quality of education in Ewing Public Schools. The Foundation also seeks to match corporate organizational donors with teachers to find additional projects of mutual interest.
EPEF provides grants to teachers and staff members and allocates scholarships to graduating Ewing High School students through fund-raising activities, corporate and institutional sponsorship, and individual donations. These programs enhance our children’s educational experience without the use of additional taxpayer dollars. The grants recognize the need for innovative educational opportunities in a variety of areas, inspiring the creativity of our educators and enabling them to engage the students in exciting and different ways. Scholarships provide the graduating seniors from EHS to continue their educational endeavors in colleges, universities, or vocational institutions.
As we continue to navigate through these challenging times, EPEF has stayed steadfast to our mission by providing grants to educators’ innovative programs regardless of the pandemic. In the past ten years, the Foundation has awarded grants totaling $300,789 and in 2022 awarded $8,000 in scholarships to our graduating EHS students.
The Foundation is a founding member of the New Jersey Education Foundation Partnership and a member of the Mercer Regional Chamber of Commerce.
EPEF continues to expand its assistance to teachers, staff members, and students with the support of individuals, businesses, and corporate sponsors. Our success depends on your contribution. Your contribution of $25 or more will allow us to expand our commitment to Ewing Public Schools educators and students.
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.
Roomana Khan, President
Ewing Public Education Foundation
Ewing Public Education Foundation Board of Trustees: Roomana Khan, President; Lynn Lowe, Vice President; Lisa Stewart Albright, Esq., Secretary; Karl Clark, Treasurer/President Emeritus; Wayne Staub, President Emeritus; Steve Szmutko, President Emeritus; Andrea Camillone, Tia Epps, Christopher Ingram, Desiree McCray-Clark, Elaine Schwartz, Joan Zuckerman.
(All Trustees of the Foundation Board contribute financially to support EPEF and its program.)
September 2022 GoodNews Article:
2022 Ewing High School EPEF Scholarship Awardees
JORDAN EVERETT - THE WAYNE STAUB PRESIDENTIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUNDED BY CHURCH & DWIGHT - $1,000
NICHOLAS CANAVERA – EPEF LEADERSHIP SCHOLARSHIP FUNDED BY CHURCH & DWIGHT - $1,000
ZA'NIYA MIMS – EPEF ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE SCHOLARSHIP - $1,000
KYLE DELUTIS – CHURCH & DWIGHT COMMUNITY SERVICE LEADERSHIP SCHOLARSHIP - $1,000
BELLA LATINI - CHURCH & DWIGHT ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE SCHOLARSHIP -$1,000
JAKIYAH HAGINS – CHURCH & DWIGHT ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE SCHOLARSHIP - $1,000
KENRIC DAVIS – THE VINCENT J. SCIAROTTA ATHLETIC LEADERSHIP SCHOLARSHIP - $1,000
CASSIDY CLUGSTON-BRECKO - CHURCH & DWIGHT COMMUNITY SERVICE LEADERSHIP SCHOLARSHIP - $1,000
These scholarships or grants could not be possible without the continued generosity and support through personal donations from individuals like you as well as corporate donors. Please visit us at www.epef.org for information on how to make a donation so we can continue our mission in supporting our students in the Ewing Public Schools.