Support

 

In addition to providing thousands of dollars in scholarships and grants each year, the CCEF is proud to support Clarke County Public Schools with Academic, Arts & Athletics, and Facilities support as well.  To find out more about how we give, read below. 

Academic

Enhancing the academic experience for the students of Clarke County Public Schools is of great importance to the Clarke County Education Foundation as demonstrated in our giving history.  Numerous programs and funding resources have provided unique opportunities that would not otherwise be available in our school division.

Elementary Classroom Fund
Established in 2012 by the joint PTOs of Boyce, DG Cooley and Berryville Primary schools.  This event replaces Elementary Bookfest and Elementary Extravaganza as the annual fundraiser providing classroom supplies for elementary school teachers.
Bridge Program
Established to seed funding for the Bridge program with James Madison University to offer college credit courses for students at CCHS.
IB/AP Support
Established in 2009 by the Concerned Citizens of Clarke County (CCCC) this fund is to supplement IB and AP course registration and test fees for students desiring to pursue the programs. The fund also provides IB/AP training for CCHS teachers.
John Friant, Sr. Dictionary Project
Established in 2002 by John Friant, Sr., this fund is to purchase dictionaries for every third grade student in Clarke County each year.

Thank you notes from Third Grade Dictionary Recipients.

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Science Endowment
Established in 1999 by an anonymous donor, this fund is for science enrichment programs for Clarke County Public Schools
Darrell Green
Established in 1999 by an anonymous donor, this fund is for science enrichment programs for Clarke County Public Schools

Arts & Athletics

Whether it may be a student performing arts scholarship or athletic grant or collaborative partnerships with organizations like the Barns of Rose Hill, the Foundation is committed to fulfilling the wishes of our donors who are passionate about educational opportunities that the arts and athletic programs provide the students of Clarke County Public Schools.

  • Scholarships
  • Equipment
  • Programs

Facilities

Current Projects

We are proud to support CCPS with various facilities projects.  Furthermore, assisting with funding for the new Clarke County High School through a variety of measures has been a constant for the past decade.

Past Projects

  • J-WMS Auditorium
  • D.G. Cooley Playground
  • Alternative Ed & ABE Program
  • Kummli Science
  • Scholarships
  • Equipment
  • Programs

 

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