The Hamilton Education Foundation is a nonprofit organization established in June 1991 by friends and supporters of the Hamilton School District for the purpose of generating financial support for programs and projects that enhance, extend and enrich educational opportunities offered to the students in the Hamilton School District community.

With the generous backing and support of individuals, businesses and organizations, the Foundation has funded more than $1.4 million projects and programs that offer exciting and challenging opportunities. They include educational, cultural and academic achievement grants for students, enrichment workshops or seminars, projects that promote involvement with the community and recognition for special accomplishments.

Help support our mission. Donations are graciously accepted.

OUR VISION

The vision of the Hamilton Education Foundation is to assist in achieving creative and academic excellence for the 21st Century through funding activities and projects for students and teachers in the Hamilton School District.

MISSION STATEMENT

It is the mission of the Hamilton Education Foundation, Inc., in partnership with the community, to fund enhanced, extended and enriched learning opportunities for students in the Hamilton School District.

STRATEGIES

We will:

  • create a board and committee structure to involve community members, support operations and ensure optimal functioning;
  • enhance communication practices to promote HEF and engage families, staff and the community as volunteers and donors; and
  • expand our annual income to ensure our long-term viability.

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BOARD OF TRUSTEES

Executive director: Ann Ubert
Chair: Sheri Pellechia
Vice chair: Peggy Youngblood
Treasurer: Joel Herriges
Secretary: Sandi Blackwell
School district liaison: Paul Mielke, Ph.D.

TRUSTEES

Tracy Dow
Mike Paradies
Jackie Rottler
Gwen Weithaus-Thames
Ken Ezrow