Wednesday, July 15, 2015

SBEF support to WAIS Students

The Spring Branch Education Foundation is committed to supporting our students and educators. The SBEF contributes to many schools and students within SBISD, both to entire schools, but also to individual students as well.

The SBEF helped contribute to our 6th grade field trip to Pine Cove Institute of Wilderness Studies. SBEF also contributed to the Altharetta Yeargin Art Museum, housed on the WAIS campus, providing Road Shows for 1st graders and Study Trips for 2nd graders in the district. Other contributions benefit the district as a whole, such as the 23rd annual Running for the Arts celebrated 2,243 registrations and participation from 41 SBISD's schools. The event benefits SBISD's Fine Arts and Health Fitness departments and the Altharetta Yeargin Art Museum. The Next Running for the Arts event is April 30th, 2016.

SBEF Contributions also come in the form of scholarships for graduating students, including to WAIS 2015 Graduates Alexus McNeil, Alyssa Mahabir, Alex Schmidt, and Elizabeth Ucles through the Employee Campaign Scholarship program.

Scholarships through the SBEF from Prosperity Bankwere also awarded to SBISD students, including WAIS graduates Filipe Sanchez and Nancy Tran; and the Shantamboo Charity Scholarship to WAIS graduate Konnie Le.

See other contributions SBEF made to Spring Branch and other schools.

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