Westerville Education Foundation awards over $20,000 in grants in Spring 2020

Updated: Jun 17



The Foundation received it's largest pool of applications yet for the spring 2020 grant cycle! It's exciting to hear that word about our grants is reaching all over the district and that so many individuals and teams are applying. It makes the decision process tough! We were able to award grants to 12 projects for over $23,000.


Congratulations to our spring awardees! Check our website in the fall for an update on our next funding cycle.


Jessica Stranges, Annehurst Elementary: Purposeful Play in Kindergarten

Emily Considine &d Maria Petrozzi, Fouse Elementary: The Pioneer Project

Megan Hedge, Hanby Elementary: Making Connections Reading Comprehension Intervention Resource Room Set

Lee Rutherford & Latresa Rieves, Walnut Springs Middle School: African-American Read-In

Brandi Young, South High School: Project LIT

Jessica Martin, North High School: EL Reading Library

Kevin Kissling, Pointview: The Leader in me Library for Families of Pointview Elementary

Cynthia DeVese & Tia Johnson: I am a G.I.F.T. (Girls Invested For Tomorrow) Financial Literacy & Decision-Making Workshop

Sheila Ebbrecht, McVay & Huber Ridge Elementaries: Trauma Informed Intervention

Susan Kaul, Mark Twain Elementary: Summer Reading Program

Rhonda Letterio & Megan Winand, Hawthorne Elementary: Hawthorne Hackers Coding Program (part of the Neighborhood Partnership Grant)

Kim Glaser, Mark Twain Elementary: Afterschool English Learning Program-Year 2


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