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2022 Projects and Impacts

The SCEF was able to make a lot of positive impacts for our students in 2021.  We're carrying that momentum into 2022 by extending some projects and starting some new endeavors.  Please check back for updates.

Learn more about our continuing projects and impacts here .

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2022 Teacher
Grant Program

The SCEF completed its second Teacher Grant Program, with over $5,000 awarded to SCSD classrooms in spring, 2022.

The Spring 2022 TGP was built on the success of our 2021 awards.  Educator participation was again a big part of the project's success, with teachers finding new ways to embrace student needs and diversity while finding new things to learn about.

We hope to be offering an additional fall 2022 TGP cycle, with applications due in mid-September.  Please inquire at

Spring 2022 Teacher Grant Program Funded projects include: 

  • Updated sheet music for SHS students that brings newer work from a more diverse group of artists.

  • A virtual field trip to Mt. St Helens for WRMS students, supporting the Earth Science program.

  • LCD tablets that help 4th graders as CES complete daily lessons, saving consumable materials with durable electronics.

  • New student bookcases for 4th grade students at CES for storage of books and personal supplies as they transition from COVID-required individual desks back to workgroup tables that foster important synergy.

  • Art materials and supplies for CES students for well planned, meaningful activities that introduce students to a variety of media and techniques.

  • New Spanish-language reading books and furniture for Free Choice Reading, supplementing textbooks with fiction and non-fiction material.

Scholarship for
Dual-Credit Courses

The foundation wants to help remove barriers to earning college credit in accredited SHS courses, including tuition fees.   We’re here to help empower students with a start on a college transcript before they leave high school.

Scholarships will be funded in the fall 2022 as students enroll in qualified courses.

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Happy Kids Huddle


We know feeling safe at school is paramount to student success.

We’re working to bring a comprehensive anti-bullying campaign to older elementary students, teachers and families.  We hope to put our plan into action as soon as students can meet in large groups again, post pandemic.