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Centerville Education Foundation
The Centerville Education Foundation is a tax-exempt, non-profit organization founded in 1983 to enrich the education program in the Centerville City Schools. As its name suggests, the Foundation is devoted exclusively to education enhancement with its primary responsibility being to gain support from individuals, corporations, businesses and foundations and distribute funds through a grant program for the benefit of students, faculty and staff.
To support its grant objectives, the Foundation conducts fund-raising programs. All proceeds are used to enhance education in Centerville City Schools.
At the outset, it is recognized Centerville Schools provide quality education and already have a significant advantage - an outstanding faculty and administration, talented students, comprehensive curriculum and nationally-rated quality schools at all levels. The Foundation's program is focused on keeping the advantage not only for Centerville students but also the advantage that quality educational systems provide the greater Dayton area.
The work of the Foundation is administered by a board of trustees, all members of the community and all volunteers. The trustees work closely with the Board of Education and the superintendent. The articles of incorporation and the Foundation's bylaws guide the administration of the Foundation, a non-profit entity.
It is the mission of the Centerville Education Foundation to generate and distribute financial and other resources for enrichment programs and projects aimed at enhancing and increasing educational opportunities for students, faculty and staff in the Centerville City Schools.
CENTERVILLE EDUCATION FOUNDATION FUNDS 14 CLASSROOM GRANTS
Again this year the Centerville Education Foundation solicited ideas from teachers for projects that would improve the classroom, according to CEF Trustee Kate Hill. Grant recipients received a check from Ms. Hill at the January 27 Board of Education meeting. A total of $6,139 was distributed to staff to fund 14 Classroom Project Grants. Hill is second from left in second row. Read More
EDUCATION FOUNDATION HONORS THE MEMORY OF MARGARET BARCLAY
Trustees of the Centerville Education Foundation are gathered around a tree planted in the Magsig front lawn on Franklin Street to honor Margaret Barclay’s 40 years in education and 27 years in the Centerville Schools in her role as teacher, principal, and founding trustee of the Centerville Education Foundation. The CEF held a dedication ceremony on July 23 to commemorate the placing of a bronze plaque. CEF Chair Shirley Kroger and Margaret’s husband Roy are third and fourth from the left. Read More
EDUCATION FOUNDATIONS FUNDS 2013 CLASSROOM GRANTS
Centerville Education Foundation representative Kate Hill presented checks to teachers receiving one of the 2013 CEF Classroom Project Grants. The CEF is proud to fund 13 Classroom Projects for 2013, with funds going to five elementary schools, one middle school, and Centerville High School. Read More
Dana Mark Bales