Happy Holidays and thank you for a fantastic year! What a year it was, full of community events Trivia Night & Golf FORE Education; enrichment in our schools with Author’s visits, innovative & creative teaching projects, and STEAM; and finally high school senior scholarships. We look forward to doing all these things and more in…Read More
Girls Who Code is a national non-profit working to close the gender gap in technology. This after school program provides the opportunity for 6-8th grade girls to use computer science to impact their community and join the sisterhood of supportive peers and role models. Please see the attached flyer for more information on how the…Read More
Please give where you live and support us on Colorado Gives Day, Tuesday, December 5! (You can schedule your donation anytime during November). This movement is a chance to increase the value of your donation, thanks to the $1 Million Incentive Fund. Created by Community First Foundation and FirstBank, the fund increases the value of…Read More
What They're Saying About Education Foundation of the Summit...
The Education Foundation of the Summit is the reason I have completely transformed my 7th grade classroom into the student directed, engaging, exciting, forward-thinking, problem-solving, and technology-based science classroom.
-Brenda Thompson-Leffler, Summit Middle School 7th Grade Science
Education Foundation of the Summit supports Summit School District through a variety of fundraising and grant giving opportunities; and most importantly, they provide gifts of time and talent when our schools and children need help most.
-Julie McCluskie, Director of Communications and Community Engagement
Education Foundation of the Summit supports our students through innovation, support of student-centered learning and increased opportunities for creative and critical thinking.
-Kerry Buhler, Superintendent, Summit School District
The Eileen Finkel Innovative Teaching Grants allow our teachers to get creative and go above and beyond the traditional classroom setting.
-Margaret Carlson, President, Summit School District Board of Education