Scholarships Awarded

first_imgThe Public Education Foundation is pleased to announce the following 2016 high school graduates as recipients of scholarships administered by the Foundation:Bosse High School:Public Education Foundation of Evansville Scholarship ($1,000): Kayla WarnerCentral High School:Public Education Foundation of Evansville Scholarship ($1,000): Chas BueningCentral/Stringtown Four Year Renewable Scholarship ($20,000): Abbey RagsdaleCentral/Stringtown Four Year Renewable Scholarship ($20,000): Tara MillsCedar Hall (Pearl the Pig) Scholarship ($1,000) Mariyah BakerGuthrie & Alice May Vocational Education Scholarship ($500) Nicholas AmickHarrison High School:Public Education Foundation of Evansville Scholarship ($1,000): Ta Sharra HardinRobin Thompson Memorial Scholarship ($500): Shelby SebreeNorth High School:Public Education Foundation of Evansville Scholarship/Kenan &Debbie Schultheis Family Scholarship ($1,000): Kaylen MeeksNorth High School Endowed Scholarship ($5,000) Savannah FarneyTom Egan Memorial Golf Scholarship ($500) Emma KieferReitz High School:Public Education Foundation of Evansville Scholarship ($1,000): Kennedie RobinsonKay Herron Jaggers Memorial Scholarship ($4,000): Patrick KercherMindly L. Meisler National Forensics Scholarship ($2,000):   Zoe MeuthGary West Memorial Scholarship ($2,000):    Aaron EulerDavid W. Horton Family Scholarship ($1,000): Karli LewisDierlam Family/Bell Martin Scholarship ($1,000): Jeremy BelliChris Singleton Lineman Scholarship ($1,000):   Logan BoehmReitz Class of 1970 Memorial Scholarship ($1,000): Chloe WytovakRay Clark Aeronautical Studies Scholarship ($500):Lauren (Becca) LaxRobin Thompson Memorial Scholarship ($500):  Breanna WadeSignature School:Public Education Foundation of Evansville Scholarship ($1,000):Vamish SatoorTOTAL SCHOLARSHIPS AWARDED: $ 66,500.00About PEFThe Public Education Foundation is an independent not-for-profit agency that provides direct funding to local public schools and teachers for innovative, student-centered programs.  For more than 30 years, the PEF Board has provided thousands of students with professional-level, hands-on experience via direct support for its signature projects such as the House Building Project, Summer Musical, Missoula Children’s Theatre and academic team competitions.  Annually, PEF provides over $325,000 in program support, teacher grants and student scholarships.The mission of the Public Education of Evansville, Inc. (PEF) is to inspire and reward student-centered innovation in public education.  PEF board, supporters and staff believe that high quality public education is fundamental to the economic, cultural and civic health of our society; and that all students deserve the best possible public education in order to realize their full potential.Follow PEF on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/pages/Public-Education-Foundation-of-Evansville-Inc/), Twitter (PEFEVV), and at www.pefevansville.orgFacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailSharelast_img read more