NPS Education Foundation, in partnership with The Arc New London County, hosts the First Annual NPS Education Foundation Golf Tournament on Monday August 20, 2012. The tournament will be at Norwich Golf Club, selected by New England Journal of Golf as one of "New England's Top 100 Courses You Can Play". Sponsorships are available. Register your foursome now by calling NPSEF President Tim Lemoine at (860) 796-3137.
Foundation Tag Sale: Saturday July 7 at Wequonnoc School: 155 Providence Street, Norwich. Gently worn Norwich Public School uniforms will be available for purchase. Early Bird Special: $5: 8am-9am / Free admission: 9am - 1pm. There will be Avon products as well as fresh baked goods for sale as well.
Donation Drop-off's Accepted: Thursday July 5: 10am-2pm; Friday July 6: 10am-3pm at Wequonnoc School.
Norwich Public Schools Chorus & Band Concert: Wednesday June 6 at Kelly MS: 7pm. All families with students attending Kelly or Teachers' Memorial Middle School next school year with an interest in music are encouraged to attend an Open House and Concert on Wednesday June 6 at 7pm at Kelly MS where they can find out more about registering for music lessons.
Next Foundation Meeting: Monday 6/25 6pm at Central Office: 90 Town St. All are welcome. The Foundation will be planning its 7/7 Tag Sale; 8/20 Inaugural Golf Tournament; and 12/7 Norwich Community Concert. Interested parents and citizens are always welcome.
Next Foundation Meeting: Wednesday March 28 6pm at NPS Central Office: 90 Town St. The Foundation has had a successful inaugural year with a small but dedicated membership. We are poised to accomplish even more with your talents and insights. Determine exactly what role you can fulfill in the Foundation's continuing efforts on behalf of the students of the Norwich Public Schools.
Norwich Public Schools Education Foundation is pleased to announce it will award three $500 Grants intended to assist NPS teachers in improving student achievement. All NPS teachers are encouraged to apply.
Simply provide your responses to the following items in the body of an email:
Provide a detailed description of your proposal.
How will the grant improve and impact student achievement?
How will you measure the success of the grant?
Successful responses will clearly articulate all three items above.
Jacqueline Owens, president of the Norwich NAACP and "champion for all people (especially children) regardless of race or religion" received the CT Council for Philanthropy's Willard M. McRae Community Diversity Award this week, sponsored by the Liberty Bank Foundation. Ms. Owens has graciously donated her monetary award to 4 local nonprofits, including the NPS Education Foundation. We are honored by Ms. Owen's generosity and pledge to follow her lead in service to the youth of Norwich.