Next Phase of CSEF Begins
Scholarships, Mini-Grants, Enrichment Funding
After successfully completing it’s one-time restoration initiative to restore 33 extra-curricular clubs, 13 boys and girls athletic teams and boys and girls intramural programs at the high school and middle school, CSEF moves on to its core mission: providing funding to enhance the educational experiences of students in the Clarence Central School District by offering ancillary enrichment in the arts, sciences, math, technology, applied career skills and athletics so they can reach their fullest intellectual, social, and creative potential.
As CSEF moves forward we will be asking for feedback from parents, educators, coaches, administrators and the Board of Ed. We invite all parents to take this short survey on how CSEF can best fulfill its mission.
Additionally, CSEF will offer up to four (4) $250 scholarships to qualified CHS seniors graduating in June 2014. All class of 2014 seniors are invited to submit an application. Completed applications are due April 15 .
Between June 2013 and February 2014, CSEF gave $144,228 to the Board of Education to restore 33 clubs, 13 athletic teams, extended middle school intramurals and will bring back the Memorial Day marching bands. In December 2013, CSEF received its 501(c)3 status as a charitable organization – making all donations tax deductible – and eligible for company matching programs.
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