Friday, June 10 from 6-8p.m. come and enjoy our friendraiser, Family Fun Night. Located at Camp Woodstock children will enjoy Maggie the Clown, Bounce House, and Music along with a barbeque. Tickets are $6 for children and $12 for adults if purchased before June 3. A family ticket can be puchased for $45.
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The Woodstock Education Foundation
The Fourth Annual
An Enchanted Evening of Dinner & Dancing at the
Mansion at Bald Hill Event Center
Friday, November 6, 2015 6:00-11:00pm
Silent and Live Auctions
to benefit the
Children of Woodstock
Ticket Price: $85.00 each. To order tickets, send payment to:
The Woodstock Education Foundation
ATTN: Starlight Gala
Post Office Box 606
Woodstock, Connecticut 06281
Or, contact Kathleen Stevenson via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Space is limited to 200 people. Please reserve your tickets as soon as possible
Donations in lieu of attendance are greatly appreciated and may be mailed to the address
Friday, June 5, 2015 join the WEF in celebrating the 5th Annual Family Fun Night at Camp Woodstock from 5:30- 8:30 p.m. Tickets are $12 for adults and $6 for children if purchased before May 29. A Family ticket rate will be available between now and May 29 of $45, after that date this discount will not apply so purchase your tickets early to enjoy all the fun. All profits from this “friend raising” event will be used to support enrichment activities for the WES & WMS children
WOODSTOCK EDUCATION FOUNDATION HONORED AT STATEWIDE CONFERENCE
The Connecticut Consortium of Education Foundations (CTCEF) is extremely pleased to announce that the Woodstock Education Foundation (WEF) has been recognized for its outstanding work. The WEF is one of only two foundations in CT to receive the recognition this year. Dr. Joseph V. Erardi, Jr, CTCEF board member and Superintendent of Schools for Southington Public Schools, made the announcement today.
The Woodstock Education Foundation was selected for its creative and innovative partnerships with its local Board of Education, school administrators, and the community. The Woodstock Public Schools’ Summer Learning Initiative was cited as an example of the outstanding work supported by the WEF this past year in partnership with the Woodstock Board of Education and several Woodstock citizens. Woodstock Superintendent of Schools, Frank Baran, Program Director Renee Surprenant, and parent James Reynolds led the effort.
To acknowledge the achievement, a plaque was presented to the WEF’s vice-president, Dena O’Hara, at the Connecticut Consortium of Education Foundation’s 14th annual conference on October 1, 2013, in Cromwell, CT. WEF board members are Joseph M. Adiletta, Karen Chapuis, Cliff Davis, Wendy Durand, Debra Faist, Susan P. Fleck, Jeffrey Gordon, M.D., Wendy LeBoeuf, Norma Jean Loftus, Susan McDowell, Dena Cocozza O’Hara, Kirsten Rigney, Kathleen Stevenson, Suzanne Woodward, Michele Woz, and Barbara Wright.
CTCEF facilitates the creation, growth, and effectiveness of local education foundations in CT. Our philosophy is based on the proven principle that community engagement is a key factor in improving schools and that local education foundations can play a key role. CTCEF is the only organization that focuses on bringing the 90 Connecticut education foundations together with local school districts, caring communities, and each other.