Need a Gift for that Special Teacher?

Consider honoring them through the Council Rock Education Foundation’s Teacher/Staff Appreciation program.

An announcement from Council Rock Education Foundation: 

Looking for a unique way to thank and recognize a Council Rock teacher or staff member this holiday season that requires no shopping or wrapping?     

Consider honoring them through the Council Rock Education Foundation’s Teacher/Staff Appreciation program.  Simply make a donation to the Foundation, designate the teacher(s)/staff member(s) you wish to recognize and a beautiful, student-designed card will be sent to each staff member acknowledging your gift and appreciation for their efforts.  

All donations made through this program benefit innovative educational programs for Council Rock students.  “Teachers and staff members really appreciate being honored in this way and knowing that these gifts are invested in back into the schools,” says Suzanne Wray, Executive Director of the Education Foundation. “And parents appreciate that their gift is not only meaningful, but also tax-deductible!

Over the past five years, CREF has granted more than $80,000 to support innovative educational programs in Council Rock schools.  From new literacy learning techniques for Kindergarteners using iPads, to robotics programs that provide high school students experience with real-world science applications, the Education Foundation’s Teacher Grant program continues to provide teachers with extra resources to support creative educational programs that are beyond the scope of the regular school budget.

To learn more about this unique program - or to download a form or honor a teacher online, visit the Council Rock Education Foundation website at www.CREDUCATIONFOUNDATION.ORG.

CREF is an independent non-profit organization dedicated to providing innovative educational experiences and encourage community involvement in support of the Council Rock schools.  The Education Foundation is made up of a diverse group of volunteers including parents, alumni, business and community leaders, residents and educators.


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