Congratulations to Gary Scott!
Gary Scott, a social studies teacher at Triumph High School, was the winner of the Cheyenne Schools Foundation random drawing of employees who contribute to the foundation through payroll deduction. Gary said he has participated in payroll deduction since it was started.
George McIlvaine, CSF Board member, donates a Nook every year for the presentation. George and CSF Vice President Jan Stalcup presented Gary with his award.
Thanks to all who contribute! Your donations help fund our innovate teacher grant programs.
CSF Walk Run 2013
Thanks to all who participated in the Cheyenne Schools Foundation Walk Run on Saturday, Oct. 5. To see a list of the winners and their times click here.
Cheyenne Schools Foundation Grants
CSF's Grant Recipients will soon be named. Scroll to the bottom of this webpage and click on the Grant Recipient link for more information on past recipients.
Thanks to all who continue to participate in fund-raising. Your efforts have allowed the Foundation to fund more than $20,000 worth of educational grants to help provide unique learning opportunities for our students.
CSF Grant Program - Excellence in Education & Student Enrichment
The appropriate designation for annual donations, wills, trust, insurance policies and life income arrangements is:
The foundation, a private, non-profit organization committed to enhancing education in the Laramie County School District 1, provides funding for Student Enrichment Grants (maximum amount $1,000) awarded to staff members for projects that benefit the students in your school. Click on folder link above to download the application (PDF or MS Word) with grant details & criteria.
The foundation, a private, non-profit organization, is committed to enhancing education in the Laramie County School District. The Excellence in Education Program was initiated to benefit larger groups of students than are typically impacted by the classroom-based Mini-grant.
Eligibility - One grant application representing the focus or consensus of the school (or discipline such as art, music, science, etc) is allowed per school per year and should be fully supported by the school or discipline's participants.
Grants of up to $3,000 will be announced in October. Click on folder link above to download the application (PDF or MS Word) with grant details & criteria.
The purpose of this program is to support and/or supplement school-district opportunities for students. Limited funds are available and should support the CSF mission statement "to engage community interest and support for enhanced academic, personal and vocational opportunities for LCSD#1 students beyond the capacity of the local school district budget."