The Warren Woods Foundation for Educational Advancement was able to fill all grant requests submitted this year. The WWFEA received 16 grants this year totaling $27,661. Since inception, WWFEA has awarded an astounding $351,005.00 to help provide meaningful educational experiences for students not otherwise funded by the school district.
Grants for elementary teachers ranged from Ladibug document camera, Listening Center (books on CD), PBIS Support, Mini laptops, iPads and Smartboard.
Middle school teachers received funding for an PBIS Support, Math Manipulatives, Ultra Fit Strength Tubes, iPads and Smartboard.
The high school teachers received funding for Arduino boards, PBIS Support, Elmo document camera, iPads and Smartboard.
The Warren Woods Foundation for Educational Advancement serves the Warren Woods Public Schools (WWPS) by sponsoring programs of outstanding educational worth that cannot be provided through the school districts budget. The Foundation hosts one charity dinner every year to raise money to accomplish this goal. In addition the Foundation receives donations from WWPS employees, retirees, community members, community groups, estates, and donations made in the name of a loved one.