Education Foundations have historically been an integral part of many successful colleges and universities. They fund programs and facilities that maintain their school's high standards. Within the current political and economic climate, the life of public education is at a pivotal point of survival and this same model is now being used nation-wide in support of public schools as well.
enhancing education and offering opportunity
for the children of the Rondout Valley Central School District
We are actively seeking community members who understand the benefits that a Foundation can bring to a school district and are interested in participating at the Board of Directors level. Together we can realize the potential that this Foundation has to make a difference for our students and our district.
The RVEF Board of Directors meets on the second Thursday of the month from 7:00 - 8:30 PM in the Howard St. John Conference Room on the ground floor of the Clinton Building at the Ulster County Community College in Stone Ridge, NY. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like more information.
Our next meeting is Thursday, December12.
Project Pride Day/Science Expo
Saturday, March 8, 2014 – 1-4 PM
Project Pride Day participation forms due by February 13, 2014
On Feb. 14th we will start planning the schedule of events and locations for all of the projects, displays and performances according to the participation forms submitted by Feb. 13th.
Project Pride Day is open to participation by all students, staff, programs and student support groups… participation forms are available at each school office or click the Project Pride Day/Science Expo link at left.
Science Expo participation information will be posted soon.
Commemorative Brick Walk
Looking for a way to honor or remember a special staff member? Maybe you would like to commemorate a theater production, a championship, your time on a sports team or in band or chorus or a club, or a teacher or booster group that helped you along your way. This is your chance to etch that memory on a brick.
Consider getting a group together to combine resources to make that happen!
Come take a look! The first group of bricks was engraved in April 2012!
The brick walk is located around the base of the flag pole in the student commons area in front of the High School. For more information about the brick walk click the Commemorative Brick Walk link at left.