RVEF purchased Decodable Reader Books for Grades 1-3 in Marbletown Elementary per Kirsten McKeever grant request. "Thank you so much for funding my decodable books grant! The students are loving them and are so happy to read them! One student asks daily to bring the...
Multi-sensory Word Creation Equipment (MES Grades 1-3) Social Emotional Learning Resources (MES Grade 2) Musical Instruments (Recorders for MES, KES, MS, IS) Alternative Seating (KES Grade 3) PBIS Monthly Themed Literary Project (KES Library) Project Based Learning...
RVEF would like to express it’s gratitude to everyone who came out and made our Arrowood Fundraiser a great success by raising $2,338! Thank you to our community businesses who donated items to support our cause; Arrowood, Drive-Thru Deli, Mill & Main, Mohonk...
Social/Emotional learning tools for second grade students – providing supplies that spark creativity, problem-solving skills and teaches critical thinking with opportunities to work together.
Music Teacher, Megan Chaplin, successfully received a grant for music kits. They were sent home to Kerhonkson and Marbletown Elementary students to build a creative learning process remotely (Year ’20-’21).
A Concession Stand builds camaraderie and a strong sense of community during sporting events. It will also provide monetary support for club initiatives, other student organized activities, athletic equipment as well as bathroom facilities during events.
Cailin O’Neal received a Marbletown Elementary Book Grant – “Celebration of Diversity Through Interactive Read Aloud”
Lederman Learning Center pre-school was able to open up in the Fall thanks to an RVEF grant providing PPE classroom safety equipment.
Great appreciation goes to the High Falls Food Coop for their donation campaign to RVEF in August 2021. They raised close to $700 – Thank you Co-Op shoppers!!
Supporting the Town of Rochester Summer Program – RVEF funded a trip to Hurd’s Farm. The kids were surprised to learn how tricky it is to make a corn maze and how apple trees are grafted to change the variety. (Ashley Sweeney – Summer ’21)