Gifted by local businesses, individuals, and organizations to support the Foundation’s mission and ensure that thousands of Fayetteville children have the opportunity to be engaged in extraordinary, programs in our public school settings.
Truity Education Foundation
C & C Services
Award Amount: $9,900
Build upon the EAST Educational Ecosystem Dock to complete an outdoor learning lab.
Award Amount: $3,610.50
Throw Like a Potter will serve 300 students in 9th through 12th grades annually. The project will give students access to potter's wheels on which they will learn to throw various pottery forms. Students will learn discipline, perseverance, and the development of craft by practicing the eight studio habits of mind.
Private Donation By: David Andrew Gibbs
Award Amount: $1,961
The Using Clubs to Hook Reluctant Readers will serve 420 students at Owl Creek, this year alone, but will continue to positively impact new students year after year. This project is designed to get high-interest books into the hands of reluctant readers, encouraging them to explore new hobbies and topics.
Award Amount: $735
The Biographies are a Blast! Project will serve 25 2nd grade students at Washington Elementary for many years. The project will provide students wonderful and engaging biography resources to read and research that will culminate in a family night to share their hard work and projects.
Award Amount: $2,773.27
Growing a Love for Cooking: Tower Gardens in the Classroom will teach 250 students at Fayetteville High School how to grow herbs and green leafy vegetables year-around. Freshman, sophomores, juniors and seniors from diverse backgrounds will gather around the table and in the kitchen to cook and eat healthy meals.
Award Amount: $4,330.96
The STN 2019 trip to Seattle, WA grant request will serve 28 students ranging from 10th through 12th grade. The grant request will provide relief to students and parents for registration fees and offset costs for hotel rooms at our national conference.
Award Amount: $3,000
The Traveling Troupe of Drama Dawgs, represented by Thespian Troupe 717 from Fayetteville High School, are applying to receive aid in the registration and travels to the 2018 State Thespian Festival held in Russellville, Ar. Our troupe of 25 students, grades 10-12, will represent our school on a state wide level to be adjudicated in both performance and technical theatre.
Award Amount $555
The Washington Elementary Music Enrichment Project will serve 350 students in Kindergarten through Fourth Grade at Washington Elementary, bringing the Arkansas Symphony Orchestra Quapaw Quartet to the school for special demonstrations and hands-on activities. The project will include the "Meet the Strings" and "Mozart: the Storyteller" programs. These programs will provide students with a unique experience to learn from professional musicians and to try their hands on the instruments.
Award Amount $1,200
Diversifying our Collection: One Book at a Time will serve approximately 900 students in K-6th grade at Owl Creek School. This project will provide students access to more books with protagonists of color and that cover culturally and ethnically diverse subjects.
Award Amount $2,500
Building a Strong School Library for Leverett Students with Nonfiction Books will serve 310 students in kindergarten through 4th grade at Leverett Elementary School. This project will build the foundation of a strong school library by providing students with new nonfiction library books including books about science, technology, math, engineering, art, animals, geography, history, culture, biographies that opens students' minds to the world around them and the possibilities for their futures.
Award Amount: $2,500
The Owl Creek 6th Grade Theatre presents "Willy Wonka, KIDS", will serve over 900 students from PK-6th grades. The project will provide opportunity for students to become involved in performing arts, the school and local communities, and explore a variety of careers in Musical Theatre. The project will foster an appreciation for performing arts and careers, as well as enable students' higher order thinking skills, creativity, communication, and interpersonal and social skills and relationships.