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Westborough Education Foundation Awarded 17 Grants

posted Jun 27, 2017, 2:50 PM by Lisa Edinberg   [ updated Jun 27, 2017, 2:51 PM ]

The Westborough Education Foundation has awarded grants totaling $21,171 for the 2017-18 school year. Please join us in congratulating the recipients and commend them for their dedication to make learning fun for our children!

 

Since its inception, the Westborough Education Foundation has awarded over $375,000 in grants to innovative educators across all grade levels in the Westborough School District. 

 

Save the date: The Tenth Annual Trivia Bee has been scheduled for Monday, November 6, at the DoubleTree Hotel.


Westborough Education Foundation 2017-18 Grants Awarded

Total $21,171

 

Moving and Learning

Hastings PreSchool: Cheryl Goodale, Kimberly Weldon $381

Physical development, social development and communication are cornerstones of the preschool curriculum, and the playground is the perfect place to facilitate learning through play.  This grant will provide additional play choices for children who are mobility impaired and will facilitate a more complex play schema and promote exploration, creativity and problem solving.

 

Best Buddies Leadership Conference

WHS:  Thomas Jacob, Angelina Corazzini $1400

This grant will allow 4 people from WHS’s Best Buddies Chapter to attend the 2017 Leadership Conference this summer.  Through participation at this conference, WHS will bring back fresh ideas and improved leadership skills to expand and invigorate the Best Buddies club, which is one of the most active clubs.

 

Glockenspiels, Sound Shapes and Fun for All!

Fales:  Pam Yanco $283.1

Sound shape drums are unique hand drums that allow students to add movement while they play.  These instruments will be used for rhythm work and will complement the collection of unpitched percussion instruments for the Fales music program.

 

Prepare, Practice, Present!

Mill Pond: Anne DiBona $1110

The purpose of this project is to promote student’s confidence during oral presentations across the curriculum. This grant will fund the purchase of Smart Cart Lecterns with Sound for each fourth grade team.  These lecterns will help students nurture their communication and presentation skills by preparing, practicing and presenting to their peers in their classrooms.

 

Narrative Writing Residency for Third Graders

Armstrong: Kelly White $1650

Mr. Green of Potato Hill Poetry will work with students at Armstrong School teaching how to write a narrative essay.  The purpose of this project is to enhance the existing 3rd grade narrative writing unit.  Mr. Green’s love of words, detail, imagination and unique teaching are an inspiration. The goal is to get students more interested in writing and to try new strategies. 

 

Equal Voices: Promoting Gender Equality at WHS

WHS Cheryl Tucker, Julie Matson, Elizabeth Hopkinson $1800

This grant will enable a group of students (members of Equal Voices) to attend the annual MA Conference for Women.  Equal Voices is a club dedicated to promoting gender equality.

 

Ukulele Musicians Visit K-3 Schools

Fales: Karin Puffer, Jessica Matthews, Pam Yanco $900

Playing the ukulele is part of music education in K-3.  This grant will fund visits from two professional ukulele players, Heidi Swedberg and Daniel Ward, who will work with the second and third grade students.  There will be a concert by these two talented musicians at each school, so all the students can be exposed to these artists.

 

You’ve Got a Friend in Me

Armstrong: Michelle Casciano  $725

Armstrong students will partner with senior residents at the Highlands Retirement Independent Living Center, providing an opportunity for WPS and the Westborough community to collaborate, part of the district’s strategic plan.  They will engage in activities that will foster intergenerational relationships, a sense of community and service to those in need.  These activities, such as reading and playing games will promote literacy and interpersonal skills.

 

WiSE @Gibbons

Gibbons: Lisa Greenwald, Shreya Chowdhary $1320

WiSE@Gibbons is a STEM club created to foster interest in STEM in middle school girls.  This club aims to provide girls who may have lost interest in STEM an accepting and supportive community that extends to HS and beyond.  Engaging the girls in interactive education activities will expose them to STEM in different ways.

 

Mill Pond School Makerspace

Mill Pond: Dee Kohler, Alison DiFiore $1500

The Mill Pond Library and Technology Department will build a cross disciplinary community workspace.  This Makerspace program will incorporate cross-disciplinary elements of STEM and Project-Based Learning, the use of technology and innovation into the schools.  This will provide tools and equipment for coding, robotics, science experiments, digital storytelling and more.

 

The Mission Style Grandfather Clock

WHS: Bill Parsons $2025

This grant will support a class project in the Wood Tech II/III classes where students will engage in a service learning project.  They will collectively build a Mission Style grandfather clock for the WHS Library.  Wood Tech is a project based curriculum with a service learning component where students will create a functional artifact for the school community.

 

Creating a Middle School Robotics Class

Gibbons: Dr. Daniel Mayer $1804

As STEM skills and courses are a key part of our curriculum, this grant will help fund the launch of a new Robotics Class for all 7th grade students.  Through this course curriculum, students will design, build, program and test robots to do a variety of tasks. This will help cultivate an interest in STEM, and help develop problem solving skills by applying STEM skills.

 

Mountain Dulcimers for the Elementary Classroom

Hastings:  Karin Puffer $944

The mountain dulcimer program has been implemented in general music classes.  This grant will provide instruments for all students to enjoy playing their own instrument.   Dulcimers are easy to play, but can also allow for more advanced and multi-level learning in the music classroom.  Students will learn to play an authentic folk instrument while learning American history through song. 

 

The Artists Workshop: Picturing Writing, Immigration Stories

K-12: Maeve Hitzenbuhler $1790

This is an art and literature based approach to writing which meets the needs of diverse learning styles.  It fosters literacy through art.  This program will provide the ELL and general education students an opportunity to tell their stories through art and through the writing program will be able to create a book which speaks to their heritage and journey to the US to share with the school community.  This project integrates reading, writing, listening and speaking as students read their pictures for meaning.

 

Google Summer Book Clubs

Mill Pond: Kate Roberts, Kristin Robertson $ 1000

Integrating the technology of Google Classroom with traditional summer reading, the goal of this project is to encourage students to read and help prevent the regression in reading over the summer.  This book club will provide just right reading books for grades 4-6 summer reading participants.

 

Technology as a Second Language: Integrating Technology for English Language Learners

K-3: Melissa Vanswol, Latisha Broomfield, Anna Souza $1420

The use of technology (iPads) will be utilized as another strategy to help English Language Learners acquire English skills.  Technology is a universal tool understood by children regardless of home language.  iPads will support instruction, and teachers will be better equipped to support and meet the needs of each ELL student. 

 

Summer Stories: Stopping the Summer Slide

PK-6: Kristin Robertson $1500

The project’s purpose is to close the achievement gap for summer school students by providing a Summer Take Home book bag kit.  Summer school teachers will be able to give just right books to their students.  Reading will improve fluency, vocabulary and comprehension for the at-risk students.  

WEF Awards Two $500 Scholarships

posted Jun 10, 2017, 11:30 AM by Lisa Edinberg   [ updated Jun 23, 2017, 7:53 PM ]

The Westborough Education Foundation Awards Two $500 Scholarships

 

The Westborough Education Foundation (WEF) is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2017 WEF Scholarships.  The recipients are Westborough High School graduates, Grace Cheng and Connor Schoen.  Grace plans to attend Stanford University majoring in Biomedical Computation, a program that prepares students to work at the cutting edge of the interface between computer science, biology, and medicine.  Harvard University is where Connor plans on studying economics and government.  Congratulations Grace and Connor!  WEF wishes you and all the WHS 2017 graduates continued success in their studies.

The scholarships were established for Westborough High School students who exhibit strong leadership qualities, are passionate about learning, and have demonstrated creativity and innovation.  These scholarships are not solely based on academic achievement but for students who go “above and beyond” and reflect the spirit and mission of WEF.  Applicants were asked to describe a school-related club or program that they have been involved in that has inspired them or describe a creative and innovative program that they would like to see in the Westborough schools that would inspire students to learn and grow.

Grace, a first generation American, has been inspired by her parents who instilled in her the importance of education.  “Education is a privilege; knowledge holds the key to a better world.”  This has inspired Grace to work hard and help others achieve academic success.  Through a three year grant from the Westborough Education Foundation, she founded Homework Helpers, a program offering free tutoring support on a one to one basis at Gibbons Middle School. There is also an interactive platform on their website that offers free on-demand tutoring. This is a very successful program, and we hope it continues to expand and thrive.

Having been very involved in community service, Connor decided to launch a town-wide project, the Service Learning Initiative (SLI).  This provides an educational opportunity for students in grades K-8 to learn how they can be catalysts for positive change in their community. This initiative engages high school students in leading insightful, exciting discussion-based lessons about community service and affecting positive change with younger students.  We hope SLI continues in the schools to enhance social and emotional learning, leadership, community service interests and project development strategies.

There was a very qualified group of applicants who are clearly passionate about learning and hope to further their knowledge and service by continuing their education.  We wish all the 2017 graduates the best in their future academics and endeavors.This year we planned to award ten $1,000 scholarships. We had 29 student applications. Students provided a brief summary of their high school experience and their “Service Above Self” essay. Their information is reviewed by a committee of Rotarians and then each applicant meets with the committee for an interview. The committee is then tasked with the job of selecting the ten recipients that rise to the top of a very qualified group of young men and women. "

The Westborough Education Foundation is a non-profit organization committed to fostering excellence and innovation in the Westborough public schools.  WEF is dedicated to providing financial support for projects and programs that expand educational opportunities, foster and stimulate creativity and enhance the excellence of academic experiences for Westborough students.  Our purpose is to support grant awards for innovative initiatives that are above and beyond the base curriculum requirements and are outside the scope of the Westborough School Department’s budget.  WEF supports academic programs at all levels of education across many disciplines including math, science, literacy, the arts, technology, history, and physical education.  These grants allow teachers and administrators to develop and implement innovative programs that are not covered by the regular school budget.  Since its inception in 1997, WEF has awarded over $360,000 in grants that support programs that benefit students in all grades.  For more information, visit WEF’s website at www.westborougheducationfoundation.com

If you have questions regarding this scholarship, please contact the Westborough Education Foundation, Maureen Johnson at maureenj1@verizon.net.

Donate to the Westborough Education Foundation through CARE

posted Jun 10, 2017, 11:25 AM by Lisa Edinberg

Donate to the Westborough Education Foundation through the CARE (Celebrate and Appreciate Remarkable Educators) program. Click the file at the bottom and print. 

2017 Westborough Education Foundation Awards Grants

posted May 26, 2017, 9:52 AM by Lisa Edinberg

2017 Westborough Education Foundation Awards Grants

A breakfast reception was held Tuesday, May 9th at the Willows to honor the grant recipients for the 2017-2018 academic year.  The Westborough Education Foundation awarded 17 grants totaling over $21,000.   "The Westborough Education Foundation helps propel innovation and creativity throughout the district.  Teachers are so honored to be recognized and supported as they try out their new ideas."  Daniel Mayer, Ed.D., Assistant Superintendent  Westborough Public Schools.

It was fitting that the Ed Foundation awarded 17 grants totaling over $21,000 on National Teacher Appreciation Day! Maureen Johnson, president of WEF, commented, “We are fortunate to have such a talented, hard-working staff within our school system. This is one opportunity where WEF can show our support for their creativity and dedication to the students of our community.  It is our pleasure to award grants in a variety of disciplines across all grades to these extraordinary teachers and students, who work above and beyond to enhance the educational experiences of children within the Westborough Schools.  I think you will find these ideas and programs a tribute to the quality and dedication of teachers who search for novel approaches to engage students in learning.”

Grant recipients for the 2017-18 academic year include:

Moving and Learning

Hastings PreSchool: Cheryl Goodale, Kimberly Weldon

 

Best Buddies Leadership Conference

WHS:  Thomas Jacob, Angelina Corazzini

 

Glockenspiels, Sound Shapes and Fun for All!

Fales:  Pam Yanco

 

Prepare, Practice, Present!

Mill Pond: Anne DiBona

 

Narrative Writing Residency for Third Graders

Armstrong: Kelly White

 

Equal Voices: Promoting Gender Equality at WHS

WHS Cheryl Tucker, Julie Matson, Elizabeth Hopkinson

 

Ukulele Musicians Visit K-3 Schools

Fales: Karin Puffer, Jessica Matthews, Pam Yanco

 

You’ve Got a Friend in Me

Armstrong: Michelle Casciano

 

WiSE @Gibbons

Gibbons: Lisa Greenwald, Shreya Chowdhary

 

Mill Pond School Makerspace

Mill Pond: Dee Kohler, Alison DiFiore

 

The Mission Style Grandfather Clock

WHS: Bill Parsons

 

Creating a Middle School Robotics Class

Gibbons: Dr. Daniel Mayer

 

Mountain Dulcimers for the Elementary Classroom

Hastings:  Karin Puffer

 

The Artists Workshop: Picturing Writing, Immigration Stories

K-12: Maeve Hitzenbuhler

 

Google Summer Book Clubs

Mill Pond: Kate Roberts, Kristin Robertson

 

Technology as a Second Language: Integrating Technology for English Language Learners

K-3: Melissa Vanswol, Latisha Broomfield, Anna Souza

 

Summer Stories: Stopping the Sumer Slide

PK-6: Kristin Robertson

 

 

The Westborough Education Foundation is committed to fostering excellence and innovation in education in Westborough schools.  Each year the Foundation funds grant requests from teachers and administrators for cutting-edge programs benefitting students at all levels. These grants allow teachers and administrators the opportunity to develop and implement innovative programs that are not covered by the regular school budget.  "WEF funding does more than just provide dollars for projects.  It is a process that inspires and rewards creativity and innovation.  The celebratory awarding of a grant from WEF sets in motion new experiences in the classroom for both students and faculty, “ said Amber Bock, Superintendent of Westborough Public Schools.  "The quality and range of grants applications this year speaks to innovation and continual improvement of our curriculum and instruction."

The money for grants is primarily funded through WEF’s annual fundraiser, The Trivia Bee which will be held November 6, 2017 at 6:30 at the Doubletree Hotel in Westborough . Another source of funding is the CARE program where parents can make a donation to WEF to honor and celebrate remarkable educators.  As the end of the school year approaches, an easy way to show appreciation for teachers, principals and school staff members is to make a tax-deductible donation to the CARE program.  Information can be found on the WEF website, www.westborougheducationfoundation.com

The Westborough Education Foundation would like to thank Mike Quirk and the Willows for their hospitality, as well as the teachers, administrators and parents who work with WEF supporting our mission to help enrich the curriculum and stimulate creative learning opportunities in all of the Westborough public schools. Congratulations to all the grant recipients!

Founded in 1997, the Westborough Education Foundation is an independent non-profit organization whose mission is to establish a permanent fund and to allocate funds to stimulate, support and strengthen the creation and implementation of innovative educational programs and enrichment activities which are outside the funding normally provided in the school budget. WEF grants benefit all students in the Westborough Public Schools system. You can see a list of past grants on our website westborougheducationfoundation.com

For more information, visit WEF’s website at www.westborougheducationfoundation.com.

2017 Scholarships to Westborough High School Students

posted Feb 9, 2017, 8:06 PM by Lisa Edinberg   [ updated May 26, 2017, 9:47 AM ]


Westborough Education Foundation 2017 Scholarships

The Westborough Education Foundation (WEF) is a private non-profit organization dedicated to providing financial support for projects and programs that expand educational opportunities, foster and stimulate creativity, and enhance the excellence of academic experiences for Westborough students. This year, WEF will award two $500 scholarships. In order to be considered a candidate, you must be a Westborough resident who is a senior in high school and plans to attend college. The winners of the $500 scholarships will be seniors who best show a passion for learning and furthering their education, as determined by the WEF scholarship committee.

 

The WEF scholarship application is available for students who meet the following criteria:

  • You are a Westborough resident.
  • You are in good academic standing.
  • You have proof of acceptance to a college, trade or business school.
  • You are an individual who seeks to better themselves through continuing education and you contribute to your community as well as through involvement in extracurricular activities.

Interested candidates can pick up an application at the following locations:

 

 

 

The WEF scholarship committee will determine which student best meets the WEF criteria. The scholarships will be awarded at the Westborough High School graduation ceremonies

Join Your Friends at The Trivia Bee October 24!!

posted Oct 15, 2015, 9:16 AM by Todd Sullivan   [ updated Oct 5, 2016, 9:15 AM by Lisa Edinberg ]

Everyone is Buzzing about the 9th Annual

Westborough Education Foundation Trivia Bee

Quick, can you answer this trivia:  “What is a great way to spend a few hours with your Westborough friends and neighbors as you exercise your brain, your civic pride, and your silly bone, all while supporting all six Westborough Public Schools?”  The answer is easy:  bring your family to the Westborough Education Foundation Trivia Bee on Monday, October 24th  at 6:30pm at the DoubleTree Hotel in Westborough.  Who will be this year’s Trivia Bee Champs?  The Central One-ders will be back to defend their title.  Come cheer on your favorite team!

The Westborough Education Foundation is planning for a fun-filled event that will challenge teams to bring forth their best and brightest to compete in the contest.  As in past years, the Bee will feature questions about New England sports, popular culture, government, science, the arts, literature, and Westborough history.  In addition to the Trivia Bee entertainment, there will be kids’ activities, silent auction items, raffles, food and music.  Back again this year, the award winning Westborough High School (and WEF grant recipients) will be demonstrating their robots.  Sure to be a hit with the kids!

The Trivia Bee is the Westborough Education Foundation’s largest single fundraiser. More than 600 people attended last year’s Bee! The Trivia Bee event is open to the public.  A $5 donation per person ($20 family cap) which includes pizza, drink and dessert is accepted at the door that evening.  The 2015 event raised more than $17,000 to support educational grants to teachers and administrators from across all six of Westborough’s public schools. The grants allow teachers to develop creative programs in literature and language, the arts, technology, social studies, science and math.  Grants totaling over $14,000 were awarded in 2016 for creative and innovative programs and events.

Sponsoring the Trivia Bee is a great way to show your commitment to education.  Sponsors can use their own trivia buffs or request a team from the schools and community to represent them. Neighborhood groups, local businesses, and non-profit community organizations are all welcome and encouraged to sponsor a team.  For information about teams, please contact Maureen Johnson:  maureenj1@verizon.net,

See attached form below to sponsor a team.

We look forward to seeing you at the Trivia Bee on October 24, 2016.  For more information about the Trivia Bee and the Westborough Education Foundation, please go to www.westborougheducationfoundation.com .

The Westborough Education Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing financial support to foster excellence and innovation in education in Westborough.  

WEF Offering 2017 Scholarships to Westborough High School Students

posted Mar 26, 2015, 6:02 AM by Todd Sullivan   [ updated Feb 10, 2017, 3:51 AM by Lisa Edinberg ]

Westborough Education Foundation 2017 Scholarships

The Westborough Education Foundation (WEF) is a private non-profit organization dedicated to providing financial support for projects and programs that expand educational opportunities, foster and stimulate creativity, and enhance the excellence of academic experiences for Westborough students. This year, WEF will award two $500 scholarships. In order to be considered a candidate, you must be a Westborough resident who is a senior in high school and plans to attend college. The winners of the $500 scholarships will be seniors who best show a passion for learning and furthering their education, as determined by the WEF scholarship committee.

The WEF scholarship application is available for students who meet the following criteria:

  • You are a Westborough resident.
  • You are in good academic standing.
  • You have proof of acceptance to a college, trade or business school.
  • You are an individual who seeks to better themselves through continuing education and you contribute to your community as well as through involvement in extracurricular activities.

Interested candidates can pick up an application at the following locations:

The WEF scholarship committee will determine which student best meets the WEF criteria. The scholarships will be awarded at the Westborough High School graduation ceremonies.




The Westborough Education Foundation Awards Two $500 Scholarships


The Westborough Education Foundation (WEF) is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2016 WEF Scholarships.  The recipients are Westborough High School graduates, Emily Saylor and Aric Zhu.  Emily plans to attend The College of William and Mary with hopes to pursue some sort of service oriented or counseling based career.  Northeastern University is where Aric plans on double majoring in Public Health and Biology.  Congratulations Emily and Aric!  WEF wishes you and all the WHS 2016 graduates continued success in their studies.

The scholarships were established for Westborough High School students who exhibit strong leadership qualities, are passionate about learning and have demonstrated creativity and innovation.  These scholarships are not soley based on academic achievement but for students who go “above and beyond” and reflect the spirit and mission of WEF.  This year, applicants were asked to submit a one page essay describing a school-related club or program that they have been involved in that has inspired you - OR- describing a program that they would like to see in the Westborough schools that is creative and innovative and would inspire students to learn and grow.

Emily has been inspired through her involvement (as a Director) with Best Buddies, an international organization dedicated to the inclusion and integration of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities in friendships, the work force and daily life.  Through this, Emily has learned that students with disabilities excel in other areas.  As a member of Best Buddies, Emily helped bring “Spread the Word to End the Word” program to WHS to help students develop an awareness and see how their actions and words affect others.  As a result, students with disabilities are treated much better and there is a more inclusive social setting at WHS.  

A new creative and innovative program that Aric proposes at WHS is a Photography Club.  Since not all students can take the Digital Photography elective at WHS for one reason or another, this new club would offer students the ability to enjoy creative art and gain a different perspective on life, nature and beauty.  He would like to inspire students to see the world through a new lens, be present and appreciate life every day.  There was a very qualified group of applicants who are clearly passionate about learning and hope to further their knowledge and service by continuing their education.  We wish all the 2016 graduates the best in their future academics and endeavors.

The Westborough Education Foundation is a non-profit organization committed to fostering excellence and innovation in the Westborough public schools.  WEF is dedicated to providing financial support for projects and programs that expand educational opportunities, foster and stimulate creativity and enhance the excellence of academic experiences for Westborough students.  Our purpose is to support grant awards for innovative initiatives that are above and beyond the base curriculum requirements and are outside the scope of the Westborough School Department’s budget.  WEF supports academic programs at all levels of education across many disciplines including math, science, literacy, the arts, technology, history, and physical education.  These grants allow teachers and administrators to develop and implement innovative programs that are not covered by the regular school budget.  Since its inception in 1997, WEF has awarded over $340,000 in grants that support programs that benefit students in all grades.  For more information, visit WEF’s website at www.westborougheducationfoundation.com

If you have questions regarding this scholarship, please contact the Westborough Education Foundation, Maureen Johnson at maureenj1@verizon.net.


Let Amazon.com Donate to the Westborough Education Foundation Via Your Purchases........

posted Dec 3, 2014, 7:00 AM by Todd Sullivan

Want Amazon to contribute to the Westborough Education Foundation? Simply go to http://smile.amazon.com/ and select Westborough Education Foundation as your charity and .5% of every purchase you make at smile.amazon.com will go to helping fund innovative programs at the Westborough Schools....

Trivia Bee a Huge Success!!!!

posted Nov 6, 2014, 12:30 PM by Todd Sullivan   [ updated Dec 15, 2016, 10:16 AM by Lisa Edinberg ]

On Monday, October 24, 2016, the 9th Annual Trivia Bee took place at the DoubleTree hotel. Hundreds of local residents packed the event and helped the Westborough Education Foundation raise over $18,000 for their mission to support innovative teachers and programs in the Westborough Schools.  In May the Westborough Education Foundation awarded Westborough educators over $14,000 in grants for the 2016-17 school year. 

Westborough Education Foundation Announces Scholarship Recipients

posted Oct 3, 2014, 4:12 PM by Todd Sullivan   [ updated Oct 3, 2014, 10:14 PM ]

The Westborough Education Foundation Awards Two Scholarships


The Westborough Education Foundation (WEF) is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2014 WEF Scholarships.  The recipients are Brendan Mitchell and Elizabeth Simmons.  Brendan is attending University of Sussex in Brighton, England and majoring in International Relations.  In addition to English, Brendan speaks fluent Spanish and French and will be studying Russian and Mandarin.  Ellie is studying at New York University in the Liberal Studies Program.  She has not declared a major yet, but will be studying the Humanities in general.  Ellie would like to study English Literature and minor in film or creative writing.  WEF wishes Brendan and Elizabeth continued success in their studies.


This is the first year that the Westborough Education Foundation has awarded two scholarships to graduates of Westborough High School.  The newly funded scholarships were established for students who go “above and beyond,” exhibit strong leadership qualities, are passionate about learning and have demonstrated creativity and innovation.  


The Westborough Education Foundation is a non-profit organization committed to fostering excellence and innovation in the Westborough public schools.  WEF is dedicated to providing financial support for projects and programs that expand educational opportunities, foster and stimulate creativity and enhance the excellence of academic experiences for Westborough students.  In addition, our purpose is to establish a permanent fund to support grant awards for innovative initiatives that are above and beyond the base curriculum requirements and are outside the scope of the Westborough School Department’s budget.  WEF supports academic programs at all levels of education across many disciplines including math, science, literacy, the arts, technology, history, and physical education.  These grants allow teachers and administrators to develop and implement innovative programs that are not covered by the regular school budget.  Since its inception in 1997, WEF has awarded over $250,000 in grants that support programs that benefit students in all grades.  For more information, visit WEF’s website at www.westborougheducationfoundation.com

If you have questions regarding this scholarship, please contact the Westborough Education Foundation, Maureen Johnson at maureenj1@verizon.net.




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