We enrich their education with innovative learning programs, experts in residence, and computer technology above and beyond the regular curriculum.
We need your help.
This November 20 go the EXTRA mile with an Extraordinary gift for student education. The Warwick Education Foundation is participating in the Extraordinary Give, Lancaster County’s Largest Day of Giving. For 24-hours only, visit www.ExtraGive.org, and make a donation (min. $25) for WEF. Your contribution will enrich the quality and depth of student learning above and beyond the regular school curriculum.
Give a ninth grader at Warwick High School access to geometry software that makes her a better mathematician.
help bring a renowned children’s author to Warwick schools to inspire elementary students to read and write.
Give a 7th grader access to an iPad in her learning support classroom.
The Warwick Education Foundation (WEF) and Aaron’s Books of Lititz are teaming up to present Lititz Alive: A Literature Festival for Kids & Teens on Saturday, November 14, 2015 from 10:00am to 5:00pm at Lititz Elementary School in Lititz, PA. Children and youth from kindergarten through twelfth grade from across the region can hear and interact with award-winning, acclaimed authors and illustrators, including featured author Gordon Korman. The event is free for kids and teens when they register by October 30. Continue reading
The new school year is off to a great start and the Warwick Education Foundation (WEF) is pleased to be part of it – making new and exciting learning opportunities available for Warwick students the year. Grant recipients were recognized at the Opening Day Teacher In service program.
The Warwick Education Foundation awarded grants totaling $48,099 to teachers in the Warwick School District for 2015-16. Thirty-nine teachers received grant funding to implement 20 innovative educational programs and experiences this school year. Students in all six Warwick schools, elementary through high school, will experience the new programs. Continue reading