The Westfield Education Foundation is a 501c(3) not for profit entity created in 1986 to serve as a philanthropic resource to provide scholarships to Westfield seniors and to provide grants to Westfield teachers. In 2021, the Foundation awarded $55,200 to seniors at Westfield Washington High School. WEF has now awarded 1.3 million dollars in college scholarships and classroom teaching grants in Westfield Washington Schools. We are run by a volunteer Board of Directors consisting of community members, business owners, parents, and school administrators and we have one paid staff member.
Together, we are the key to our children's education.
“A teacher affects eternity, and can never tell where their influence stops.” – Henry Brooks Adams.
The Westfield Education Foundation (WEF) would like to thank the Westfield Washington Schools staff for their perseverance, dedication, and commitment throughout the 2020-2021 school year.
The WEF is excited to share that our 2021-2022 WEF Teacher grant cycle is now open. Click here to view the press release. By opening our grant cycle in June we hope our teachers will have the flexibility to apply at their convenience throughout the summer. To date, the Foundation has awarded 1.3 million dollars in grants and scholarships to Westfield Washington Schools’ staff and students. This school year the Foundation was able to award 38 Westfield High School graduates with $55,200 in scholarships and awards.
We invite WWS Staff to join the pool of award recipients by applying today for a 2021-2022 WEF Teacher Grant. Click here to access the online application.
Through community partnerships, the Foundation can provide resources that will enrich and enhance teaching and learning in Westfield Washington Schools and promote lifelong learners. The Foundation would like to thank Community First Bank of Indiana for stepping up as our first 2021-2022 Grant Community Partner. If you know of businesses or contacts we should contact, please let us know.
WWS teachers, counselors, and administrators are invited to apply for a grant up to $1000. Grants can be used for a project or program within four categories:
Grants will be awarded at the end of September for funds to be used during the 2021-2022 school year. Funds not deployed by May 1, 2022, will be returned to the Foundation. The application deadline is Thursday, September 9th, at 5:00 pm.
Support from community partners, families, and staff is essential to the success of the Foundation. We invite you to view our website, “like” us on Facebook, and become a partner through Payroll Deduction.
The Westfield Education Foundation is a 501(c)(3) not for profit entity created in 1986 to serve as a philanthropic resource to support Westfield Washington Schools. To support the Foundation, Student Assistance, Grants, and Scholarships click on the Square icon.
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The mission of the Westfield Education Foundation (WEF) is to empower and invest in our students, teachers, and staff. Scholarships and Grants provide opportunities through generous community partner resources, which could help drive the future of Westfield.
The Foundation was established in 1986 to assist with funding that would enrich the opportunities for our Westfield community. Donating to the WEF allows for the Foundation to support the needs of our students and staff as curriculum evolves and our community grows.