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|ABOUT THE FOUNDATION|
The Stafford Education Foundation promotes, aids, and encourages educational and charitable purposes, activities and endeavors of and for or connected with the Stafford County Public Schools, their administrators, employees, teachers and students, alone or in cooperation with governmental or other private bodies or agencies.
Supporting Students and Teachers
Student Scholars: Supporting the dreams and aspirations of students who exemplify excellence through scholarships and grants.
Instructional Enrichment: Enhancing classrooms by providing teacher grants for innovative and creative programs.
Professional Skills Enhancement: Professional development opportunities will be offered to support Stafford County Schools’ teachers and staff.
Endowments: Seeking to secure sufficient funding to work toward a zero burden upon donors for the costs of future foundation programs.
The Stafford Education Foundation provides scholarships for college-bound students as well as enrichment scholarships in support of other students who have the opportunity to attend programs that will enhance a particular area of study. Recipients will be publicly recognized.
Innovative Teaching Grants
Innovative Teaching Grants are designed to provide teachers with the opportunity to improve student achievement and learning through innovative and creative practices. All full-time educators employed by Stafford County Public Schools (SCPS) who work directly with SCPS students at the pre-kindergarten through post-secondary level are eligible to apply for Innovative Teaching Grants offered by the Stafford Education Foundation.
Once each year, teacher grant recipients will be invited to showcase their projects at a special reception and exhibit where their efforts will be honored and their ideas described and published.
Enhancing Professional Skills
Professional development opportunities will be offered to Stafford County Schools’ staff members to include teachers, administrators and support staff.
Nationally acclaimed authors, subject matter experts, trainers, career coaches, etc. will be selected for the enhancement of teaching skills and the student’s classroom experiences.
SEF is looking for a few good board members. Are you interested in joining us in supporting Stafford County Public Schools?
For more information, please contact the Stafford Education Foundation office at (540) 658-6708 or by e-mail at email@example.com.
|NEWS & EVENTS|
The Stafford Education Foundation, Inc. is a non-stock, not-for-profit corporation organized under the laws of the Commonwealth of Virginia which is exempt from income tax under Section 501(c)(3) of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code.