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As you know, The Madison County Education Foundation is focused on all aspects of educational opportunities in Madison County. We believe that Education is the cornerstone on which we build a strong and thriving community. We know that our children are our county’s future and that the best investment we as a county can make is in our children’s education. MCEF supports education through teacher grants, student scholarships, and a non-profit resource center.
We ask that you consider making a donation to MCEF during The Northern Piedmont Community Foundation’s annual Give Local Piedmont fund drive for local non-profits on May 3rd.
Remember … every dollar donated to MCEF stays in Madison County… every gift makes a difference.
Thank you for all you do to help support public education in Madison!
Get your tickets here for the 5th Annual March Madness Dinner & Silent Auction to benefit public education in Madison. Cocktails, Hors d’ oeuvres, Dinner, Music, Fabulous Auction Items and more! The games will be playing in the background on big-screen TV’s for you NCAA fans.
Graves’ Mountain Lodge, Inc. Pavillion
205 Graves Mountain Ln, Syria, Virginia 22743
Saturday, March 19, 2016
Cocktails & Hors d’ouvres – 4:30 p.m.
Silent Auction – 5:00 – 7:30 p.m.
Dinner 6:00 p.m.
Teacher grants are a centerpiece of the Madison County Education Foundation (MCEF) mission.
“The common thread,” MCEF President Barbara Kres Beach said, “is that our teachers know what our students need; each grant adds something special that supports learning in the county and helps make our young people successful. There is no single formula.”
This year, the foundation awarded grants totaling $8,850—more than ever before. Faculty applicants cited goals, grade levels affected, methods of assessing project success, project budgets and their principal’s agreement in their applications. Awards this year were made to teachers at all four Madison County Public Schools for projects that, according to Beach, “excelled in usefulness, creativity and sustainability.”
Read the rest in the Madison Eagle
The Madison County Education Foundation is proud to support public education in Madison County, Virginia, both by supporting the Madison County Public Schools and by supporting community wide educational endeavors.
Education is the cornerstone on which we build a strong and thriving community. We know that our children are our county’s future and that the best investment we as a county can make is in our children’s education.
MCEF supports education through teacher grants, student scholarships, and a non-profit resource center.