Quality Education: A Community Commitment

Who We Are

At the heart of a strong community is a strong school system. The HIGHLAND EDUCATION FOUNDATION was formed in 2015 by a group of Highland, Indiana residents who saw a need and an opportunity to foster and facilitate excellence in teaching and to enhance the learning experience of the students.

What We Do

The Highland Education Foundation provides opportunities for donors to give back to their schools by funding teacher and classroom grants for creative and innovative classroom activities, projects and programs beyond what tax dollars can accommodate. These grants encourage, support and recognize creativity, achievement and excellence within the teachers and students. What better investment than helping this Foundation in the never-ending goal of moving education forward!

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Congratulations to our 2022 Grant recipient Mrs. Whitney at Southridge Elementary for her grant, "Composting with Worms."

Today we had the pleasure of seeing her awesome live traveling worms in person. Her class showed us a live presentation on how much they have learned from this fun project! They started off with just a few worms and newspaper.. and after some time the worms have doubled in size. There is now about 1500 worms that they feed twice a week. They feed them fruit and veggie scraps from their lunchroom and the children are loving every second of it. They are learning about our environment. They are learning about how to compost and they are also learning about the life cycle of worms. Thank you for showing your incredible class project to us! These kids have come out of their shell with this fun project. Thank you Mrs.Whitney for everything that you are doing!

We're so happy that we could bring your great idea to life!
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Congratulations to our 2022 Grant recipient Mrs. Whitney at Southridge Elementary for her grant, Composting with Worms.

Today we had the pleasure of seeing her awesome live traveling worms in person. Her class showed us a live presentation on how much they have learned from this fun project! They started off with just a few worms and newspaper.. and after some time the worms have doubled in size. There is now about 1500 worms that they feed twice a week. They feed them fruit and veggie scraps from their lunchroom and the children are loving every second of it. They are learning about our environment. They are learning about how to compost and they are also learning about the life cycle of worms. Thank you for showing your incredible class project to us! These kids have come out of their shell with this fun project. Thank you Mrs.Whitney for everything that you are doing! 
 
Were so happy that we could bring your great idea to life!
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Board of Directors

Doug Lewis

President

Judi Caddick

Vice-President

Stephanie Waldron

Vice-President

Jane Kuva

Secretary

Ed Stone

Treasurer

Brian Smith, Superintendent

Member

Gina Robota

Member

Beth Harwood

Member

Michelle Anderson

Member

Chloe Churilla

Member

Amy Harrington

Member

Wilfred Akanbi

Member

Help Support the Teachers in the Highland School System

The Highland Education Foundation is incorporated as a non-profit and designated as 501(c)(3). All tax-deductible contributions flow directly back to our students and teachers through grants.

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