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Give Applause! to your favorite Farmington Public Schools’ staff members
The Board of Trustees of the Farmington/Farmington Hills Education Foundation (FFHEF) is pleased to recognize the staff of Farmington Public Schools (FPS) through its Applause! Program. The Applause! Program provides community members, students, families, staff members, and donors a way to recognize FPS staff members with a tax deductible contribution. During the month of May, the recipient will receive a Certificate of Appreciation customized with your name and the name of the staff member(s) being “Applauded” and what makes the honoree(s) so special. Any Farmington Public Schools’ staff member including paraprofessionals, secretaries, office staff, custodians, bus drivers, teachers and administrators can receive an Applause!
Applause! are traditionally given in the month of May as this is when most schools in Michigan honor their teachers and staff members. Those wishing to give an Applause! can request certificates in increments of three for a $25 donation. Donations to the Foundation will be used to fund teacher and staff innovation grants for the 2018/2019 school year.
Certificate order forms are available online at: https://www.ffhedfoundation.org/applause or in each of the FPS school offices. Completed forms can be returned to any FPS school office or mailed to the Farmington/Farmington Hills Education Foundation at 32500 Shiawassee, Farmington, MI 48336. A link to the forms and additional program information is also available on the Foundation’s Facebook page at www.facebook.com/ffhedfoundation. Donors are asked to include a few words about what makes the honoree(s) special.
The Foundation has awarded more than $295,803 in 279 projects impacting students across Farmington Public Schools since 2012. The Foundation is proud of the fact that EVERY school in the District has benefited from one of the Foundation’s innovation grants.
“The Education Foundation is honored to allocate funds to so many worthy programs,” said David Roggenkamp, FFHEF Board Chair and Grant Committee Member. “Foundation funds are helping our students get interesting and innovative educational opportunities that might not otherwise be available. It is vitally important for the Education Foundation to continue to offer innovation grants to our teachers, staff, and community members so that these opportunities can continue to be created.”
The Farmington/Farmington Hills Education Foundation is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization. The Foundation’s mission is to “foster investment in innovative educational opportunities to benefit the students of Farmington Public Schools.”
Questions regarding the Farmington/Farmington Hills Education Foundation may be directed to Executive Director Nancy Jennings at email@example.com by calling 248-426-2897. To learn more about the Education Foundation, visit www.ffhedfoundation.org.