Windsor Education Foundation Awards Grants to Windsor Public Schools to Fund Innovative Learning Programs
$7,775 in Grants Awarded to Fund 6 Projects Submitted by Teachers in the District
Windsor Education Foundation (WEF) has awarded a total of $7,775 grants to fund 6 projects proposed by teachers in Windsor Public Schools, including a $275 science grant from The Christine Gasparino Memorial Fund. All Windsor Public Schools certified staff was eligible to apply for grants.
“It’s vital for us to encourage teachers who develop creative projects and provide unique learning experiences for our Windsor students,” says Windsor Education Foundation president, Jane Garibay. “Our goal is to have a positive effect on as many students and grade levels as possible through the grants we fund.”
WEF is a non-profit organization, now in its 15th year, that was formed with the goal of supporting excellence in Windsor Public Schools. Since 2007, WEF has awarded $218,892 in grant awards to local public-school educators. The programs funded for 2023 will directly benefit nearly 2,000 students across all grades.