Mini Grants = Major Impact
Spring 2018 teacher grant proposals are in the hands of the selection committee. We will be giving away over $19,000 to deserving classrooms very soon!
Vicki and Kevin Davis Scholarships Awarded
$4,860 was allocated to 19 students taking 81 credit hours at University Center during the fall of 2017.
Friends of the Observatory
$50,000 funding goal is COMPLETE!
The Foundation recently partnered with EHS graduate Tim Gregg and his wife Dr. Nancy Currie-Gregg to bring much needed improvements to the Observatory at EHS and boost our STEM programs throughout the district. Watch the roof of EHS as improvements begin to take place this fall. Read more about it at Currie-Gregg Observatory at Enid High School.
Principal’s Pass Continues to be a Fan Favorite
The Principal’s Pass creates partnerships between EPSF and local community members and businesses to dedicate much needed resources directly to EPS campuses.
EPSF has given away $4,500 to 18 EPS school sites as part of our Principal’s Pass Campaign over the last two football seasons.
Scholarship Winners Announced
Seven EPS teachers were awarded scholarships to pursue advanced degrees recently. Congratulations to our deserving winners! EPS teachers can head over to our Applications page and complete one today for future consideration. Applications for the fall 2018 semester are due July 15, 2017. More details are available on our Teacher Scholarship page.
Pictured: Janna Jackson, Foundation Executive Director, Lora Whitehead, Foundation President, Lynda Mobley, Oklahoma Natural Gas, Chris Smith, Enid Public Schools, Martie Oyler, Oklahoma Natural Gas, and Dr. Darrell Floyd, Superindent, EPS
Oklahoma Natural Gas, a division of ONE Gas
Provides STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math) Equipment to EPS Early Childhood Program
The Foundation recently received a grant in the amount of $2,460.00 from Oklahoma Natural Gas, a division of ONE Gas, to provide STEAM materials to classrooms. Oklahoma Natural Gas is a great community partner to Enid public schools.
Private donations are a great way to make sure dollars directly impact student learning. There is no “funding formula” or “budget deficit” that can take Foundation money away from our students.
Support the Enid Public School Foundation and put your dollars into classrooms. For more information check out our support page.
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