Even though the oldest of these students is only about eight, they’re exploring watersheds and discovering how everything from rainfall to what they pour down their drains all, eventually, makes its way to the bay and impacts life there.
A huge thank you to all our friends and neighbors whose generous donations have moved us to 60% of our goal. If you haven’t already, please consider donating between now and President’s Day to help us meet our “100 Days Drive.”
Educators in EG’s public schools are dedicated to finding the right learning solutions for every student. And now, thanks to an EGEF grant, there’s a new way to make that happen: “Polishing Chrome”.
The East Greenwich Education Foundation is excited to announce the “100 Days Fund Drive” (Nov 10 thru Feb 19) to support educational grants for EG public schools. Donate $100 or more, and you could win 2 free tickets to the annual EGEF Ball.
Science comes to life for students when they connect what they’re learning with real-world experiences. Some sweaty East Greenwich High School students are making those connections right now.
The money will be allocated during the upcoming academic year to support projects throughout the East Greenwich school district. Educators are invited to submit grant proposals to take advantage of this funding.