CCEF Honors Johnny Milleson's Commitment to Clarke County
The Clarke County Education Foundation is thrilled to announce the formation of a newly endowed scholarship fund in honor of Mr. John “Johnny” R. Milleson. Mr. Milleson will retire as the President and CEO of the Bank of Clarke County on July 5, 2019. These funds will be used each year to award a scholarship to a graduating Clarke County High School senior who is a first-generation college student. The fund was opened by members of the Board of Directors of the Bank of Clarke County with initial pledges totaling over $50,000.
Providing Free Internet Access
On behalf of the family and friends of Dr. Richard M. Lewis, Kajeets, a broadband internet device, have been made available to those students of CCPS who are not able to access internet in their homes! This technology is the result of generous memorial contributions made to honor the late Dr. Lewis, who passed away in July 2016. Dr. Lewis was the President of the Clarke County Education Foundation at the time of his passing, and he was a tireless advocate for access to educational opportunities.
What’s New with CCEF:
Today, the Clarke County Education Foundation (CCEF) was proud to again award all third-grade students in Clarke County with their very own dictionary. The dictionaries were paid for by an endowment from funds raised under the leadership of John Friant, Sr. The John...
Berryville, Virginia (November 5, 2019) – The Clarke County Education Foundation announced the renaming of one of its scholarships, the CCHS Performing Arts Scholarship to the Andy Kiser CCHS Performing Arts Scholarship. Mr. Andy Kiser served as a teacher and media...
About the Foundation
The Clarke County Education Foundation is an independent public charity 501(c)(3) corporation. We are dedicated to promoting, expanding, and augmenting the educational opportunities for students and staff in the Clarke County Public Schools, by generating private support and involvement to enhance these publicly maintained services. read more