Fraser Education Foundation
What is the Fraser Education Foundation?
The Fraser Educational Foundation is a non-profit, tax-deductible organization. The objective of the foundation is to provide funding that will enhance teacher creativity, student enrichment, and community involvement through activities that go beyond the scope of normally funded school budgets and responsibilities. Typically the basis and intent of any educational foundation are to provide non-traditional funding for non-traditional projects, activities and classroom materials.
The foundation supports the schools in our district through grants and mini-grants. The money is raised through donations from teachers, individuals, and local businesses as well as a variety of fundraisers during the school year. During the last 20 years, the Fraser Educational Foundation has averaged $8,000 in grants annually.
Who Does the Foundation Help?
The grant program supports funding for all levels (DK-12). Some examples of recent projects the foundation has supported include grants for the purchase of books, supplemental education programs and establishing MakerSpaces.
Donate to the Foundation
One-Time Online Donation
Anyone is welcome to make a tax-deductible donation at any time.
2019-2020 Grant Recipients
Congratulations to this year's recipients!
Six grants were awarded for a total of $6,533.42!
Fraser High School
To purchase a display case for 3-D artwork so that all artwork will be displayed more prominently and securely.
Catherine Amicucci/Stephanie Turner
To purchase materials needed to create an International Reading Station in each media center throughout the district. These stations will contain multilingual texts, to include languages representing those spoken by many of the students in our district.
To purchase decals to create a sensory walk to transform a hallway into a sensory path. A sensory path will allow staff to have a systematic way to engage students in a "brain break" that is time effective and enjoyable.
To transform the classroom each month to enhance student engagement. For example an Italian Bistro for a Book tasting in order to explore different genres of books.
To purchase The Q-Ball, a wireless microphone housed in a very soft foam ball that can be passed around the classroom during Restorative Practice allowing everyone to be heard.
$200.00 Paid by a private donation from retiring FEF board member Joanne Hartzel.
To purchase cooking equipment to hold a cooking day once a month to enhance lesson themes.
Deuane MartinPresidentChris SkrubaVice PresidentTeresa Van Sickle