• The Ed. Foundation continues to overwhelm

    “The Ed. Foundation continues to overwhelm our District with unparalleled generosity and an impressive array of grant awards. These grants provide our teachers with unique ways to bring their creative ideas to life and inspire our students to explore new challenges and experiences beyond the classroom.”
    Kathleen Mooney, Port Washington Superintendent of Schools

  • The Ed. Foundation

    “The Ed. Foundation — where ingenuity meets generosity.”
    Christine Vasilev, PWTA President

  • I am thankful that we have a solid education foundation

    “I am thankful that we have a solid education foundation in place to offer supplemental funding to our school district in these tough economic times.”
    Amy G. Bass, The Ed. Foundation Founding President

  • Each new school year leads to new opportunities

    “Each new school year leads to new opportunities at Schreiber High School to partner with The Ed. Foundation. With new and more ambitious programs every year, the Foundation continues to be a catalyst for all students and an advocate for Port Washington schools.”
    Ira Pernick, Schreiber High School Principal

  • The Ed. Foundation: where do I begin?

    “The Ed. Foundation: where do I begin? With the support of The Ed. Foundation, students go beyond the classroom and apply the principles of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) to think, create, design, construct and test Schreiber’s entry into the US FIRST Robotics competition. The Ed. Foundation grants have allowed the Automotive, Engineering, Drawing, Photography and Robotics curriculum to bring the real world into the classroom so students can explore cutting-edge technology as well as varying career opportunities.”
    Don Schaefer, Retired Schreiber Technology Education Department Chair

  • The Ed. Foundation grants to help start the Writing Center

    “The Ed. Foundation grants to help start the Writing Center at Schreiber are a testament to the visionary work of the organization. All students now have a place where they will find a genuine audience and thoughtful, honest feedback on their writing. The Peer Responders’ experience of working with students has shaped their thinking about writing, peer collaboration, and mentoring. More teachers are having more conversations about how to approach writing assignments and are co-teaching more writing lessons.”
    Evelina Zarkh, Schreiber English Department

  • Through a generous Ed. Foundation grant

    “Through a generous Ed. Foundation grant, the Schreiber music teachers were able to invite a sought-after clinician/guest speaker into their classrooms, creating a virtual open classroom — one in which students become immersed in a topic presented by an expert in the field.”
    Mark W. Brenner, Schreiber Band Director

  • What started as an Ed. Foundation grant

    “What started as an Ed. Foundation grant became a thriving club, and hands-on courses at Schreiber. Hundreds of students have used the radio station since 2004. Many have moved on to college radio, and others are currently pursuing broadcasting careers.”
    Jeremy Klaff, WDOT Radio Station Teacher and Club Advisor

  • I cannot thank you enough for making my mornings so hopeful

    “I cannot thank you enough for making my mornings so hopeful. Coming to work to teach each day has been filled with excitement and wonder for me. The Ed. Foundation has allowed my teaching dreams to come true. Thank you.”
    Kris Murphy, Schreiber Art Teacher

  • Because of the generosity of The Ed. Foundation

    “Because of the generosity of The Ed. Foundation, the Creative Arts Department has been able to provide unique visual and performing arts experiences for our students. The Foundation is tremendously forward-thinking and works hand-in-hand with our department to support innovative projects and programs that enrich our students’ lives.”
    Kevin Scully, Director of Creative Arts, Port Washington School District

  • One of the great unifiers of the entire

    “[The Ed. Foundation is] one of the great unifiers of the entire Port Washington school population.”
    Jeff Moss, Weber Middle School English Teacher

  • We have become the school we want to be

    “We have become the school we want to be with the support of The Ed. Foundation. We received national recognition with the Let’s Move Active Schools Award, made possible because of programs like Early Birds, a before-school fitness program, and Go-Noodle Plus, an in-class movement break program, both funded by the Foundation.”
    Bonni Cohen, Manorhaven Elementary School Principal

  • I am not sure how I would feel toward music

    “I am not sure how I would feel toward music if Dallas Brass had never come to our school, but I do know that The Ed. Foundation’s grant was one of the initial steps in my path to pursuing a degree in music.”
    Gabrielle Sanft, The Ed. Foundation 2016 Scholarship Recipient