June 6, 2021
Spring 2021 Award Recipients
We are pleased to share with you photos and details of how funds from our Spring Awards to teachers have been used. The teachers who received funds have kindly reported on the use of those funds in their classrooms. We are thrilled to have been able to help our staff procure materials and supplies that enrich student experiences. These awards are made possible by generous donations from community members and we are so grateful for this constructive partnership.
Dana Campbell - Light table for literacy & numerics
Kelly Crosby - SCERTS manuals
Elizabeth Roth - Gamification learning center
Beth Brooks - AbleNet learning boards
Tracy Zimmerman - Breakout EDU kit
Colleen Wiggs - Phonics manipulatives
Kristan Marsh - Pioneer Study kit
Nicole Hamelin - Pioneer Study kit
June 1, 2021
Spencerport Education Foundation John Reuping Memorial Scholarship
This scholarship is awarded annually in recognition of long time Spencerport resident John Reuping and his love of engineering.
Each year, several students are selected to receive this award thanks to the generous donations. Each student will receive a gift of $5,000 toward their college studies in engineering. Students must attend a 4-year institution with an ABET certified engineering program and must complete the first semester of study at college with a minimum 3.0 GPA.
We acknowledge and appreciate the assistance of the high school's Local Scholarship Committee in assisting us in the selection and administration process. Their partnership is truly indispensable.
This year's recipients are Ryan Choate, Cameron Domenico, Joshua Gormel, Delila MacLeod, and Kennedy Mueller. Our most hearty congratulations to all five students!
April 5, 2021
SEF Announced Spring 2021 Grants
Eight teachers received funding for their applications this spring. Congratulations to Dana Campbell, Kelly Crosby, Elizabeth Roth, Beth Brooks, Tracy Zimmerman, Colleen Wiggs, Kristan Marsh, and Nicole Hamelin. See below for details. We look forward to sharing photos and more information once the materials are in use in the classroom.
SEF Announces Grant Awards
Grant awards are briefly described below with accompanying pictures of the items purchased and being utilized in the classrooms.
Spring 2020 Grant Awards
Tina Brien – Mobile play therapy kits
Frank Cafarella - Desk bouncy bands
Sarah Caiazza – Yoga mats
Sue Chatterton – Soft skills materials
Theresa Dils – Books and supplies
Hannah Hill – Wireless microphone system
Kimberly McLean - Math marker board activity table
Ian Milam - Math manipulatives
Katherine Resch - French and Spanish books
Kathy Wilson - Sound field system
July 1, 2020
During the spring of 2020 while the world faced the unprecedented challenges of COVID-19, we partnered with the Spencerport Central School District to make a difference for families affected by the pandemic in our own community. By partnering with local restaurants, we provided over 22,000 subsidized low cost dinners to local families while also providing tens of thousands of dollars of much needed support to our local restaurants. This was made possible through the generous support of community members, and local businesses, charities, and community organizations. The outpouring of financial support was inspiring and truly impactful. Thank you to our community partners:
Spencerport Volunteer Fire Department
Ogden Police Department
Spencerport Facilities Team
New SEF Sponsors:
Spencerport Federal Credit Union: $5,000 Alloya Cares Grant
J William Jewelers
MIDA Heating & Air Conditioning
Generous donations from community members
Restaurant Meal Partners:
Bad Apples Bistro
Plantation Party House
Texas BBQ Joint
January 1, 2020
Spring 2020 Awards
Our spring 2020 awards cycle, like so many other parts of our lives, was disrupted by COVID-19. We received many impressive grant applications and our awards committee reviewed them and selected our first SEF award recipients. Recipients received notification of their award just before school was put on hold. We are in the process of helping staff use their funds, however the process of getting the funds to the teachers and the teachers using those funds to enhance their classroom experiences has obviously been affected. We anticipate sharing the results of this first awards cycle with you in the fall.