Officers Up-coming Events
Cashion Education Foundation
November 21, 2009 8 am to 2:00 pm School Cafeteria
Annual Craft Fair
Shop early for Christmas!
below are some of the booths available to shop.
Arbonne-Sabrina Stewart/Sheri Wagner Haley Hedges The Bullpen
Scentsy Candles-Dianna Nail GKU Electric Vehicles-Courtney Conrady
Pampered Chef Morton Photography Rhonda Morganson
Misty Dietrich Donna Christensen Tricia Easter Sissy Maroney
Modern Woodman-Mary Sowards
Combo: Picture with Santa & One
Picture only $5 per picture.
Breakfast only $5 per plate.
Also available are free craft
projects for the kids. Breakfast includes Pancakes, Krispy Kreme Donuts,
Sausage, Milk, Juice.
Currently CEF is
targeting funds for Smart Board interactive whiteboards
ELMO Digital Visual Presenters
and a site license for Discovery Education
an educational service that offers elementary and high school level on-line
All proceeds of this event will go into a grant allocation
and endowment fund used exclusively for the benefit of enhancing education
opportunities for elementary and secondary students of Cashion Public Schools.
All donations are tax deductible pursuant to Section 501c(3) of the Internal
Revenue Code. Federal Tax ID 73-1505802
President Heather Wilson
Vice-President Jordan Frazee
Secretary Machelle May
Treasurer Brenda Adams
Meetings held the last Tuesday
of every month at 6:30 in school cafeteria.
The Cashion Education Foundation is a non-profit
tax exempt 501 (c) (3) organization which solicits and distributes funds for the
benefit of students in the Cashion School System. The Foundation is an
independent corporation governed by a Board of Directors serving without pay.
All gifts are tax deductible.
The Purpose of the foundation is to provide educational opportunities otherwise
unavailable through public funding.
Our Mission is to promote educational excellence, generate optimism and
excitement in students and teachers and inspire community ownership, commitment,
confidence and pride in Cashion Public Schools.
Our Goal is to nourish and support innovative classroom teaching projects and to
help provide a broader range of educational experiences for our students that
are not possible through public funding.
How does it work?
Donations are invested and grants are awarded for equipment, stipends for
visiting scholars and artists, field trips, academic fairs, musical and art
shows, curriculum enrichment programs, computer-assisted instruction and library
and reading programs to name a few.
Why should you support Cashion Education Foundation?
There are over 500 reasons to support the Foundation....the 500 plus students in
Cashion Public Schools. One of the unique qualities of the Foundation is that
it allows the community to become involved as a positive and supportive advocate
for the quality of education our students receive. Promoting excellence in
education is an investment in today's youth, tomorrow's leaders and the future
of not only Cashion but the world at large. The quality of life in any
community and nation is directly related to the quality of its education
system. Make a difference in the life of a child by donating a tax deductible
gift and lending your talents to the foundation. Your contribution is a wise
investment in tomorrow's leaders...today's youth...our future. Won't you please
help prepare our children to be valued citizens, responsible
parents and productive members of our community?