Fraser Educational Foundation

  • FEF Presenting Check

    What is the Fraser Educational 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 grade levels. The foundation strives to award grants that benefit the most number of students. 

    Donate to the Foundation

    One-Time Online Donation
    Anyone is welcome to make a tax-deductible donation at any time.

2022-2023 Grant Recipients

  • Single Grant

    Ms. Marisa Fett and Ms. Kara Michael
    Mark Twain Elementary

    Ms. Fett and Ms. Michael will use their grant to provide more social-emotional learning opportunities for students. With this grant, they will purchase specific materials to create a sensory room for all students.

    Mini Grants

    Ms. Jacquelyn Carter
    Richards Middle School

    Ms. Carter will purchase high-interest books for the five ELA classroom libraries to cultivate a passion for independent reading.

    Ms. Kate Pionk

    Fraser High School

    Ms. Pionk will purchase chemistry lab equipment and data collection technology to provide a learning advantage and help deepen students' understanding of scientific concepts.

    Ms. Amy Laidlaw
    Eisenhower Elementary

    Ms. Laidlaw will purchase the Kimochis Tool Kit to teach her Young 5s students how to recognize/manage emotions & make responsible decisions.

    Ms. Christina Vrzovski
    Fraser High School

    Ms. Vrzovski will use the grant to bring in a special guest who will facilitate creative movement activities as a means to explore successes and failures in learning and life.


  • Deuane Martin

    Chris Skruba
    Vice President

    Andrea Agrusa

    James Walsh
    Delia Martin
    Carol Nine

    Sharron Henderson

    Norma Krussman

    Gerry Gauthier

    Beth Gauthier

    Carrie Wozniak