Seeking Sponsors for Scarlet & Gray Dinner and Auction

An important component to ensuring the success of our students, faculty, staff and families of our West Lafayette Community Schools is the annual West Lafayette Schools Education Foundation (WLSEF) Scarlet and Gray Dinner and Auction. This event, formerly known as West Side Story, is the largest fundraiser of the year to sustain and grow support…

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WLSEF Grant Program Continues to Assist Teachers in Educating our Children

West Lafayette Schools Education Foundation

The West Lafayette Schools Education Foundation has been awarding teacher grants since 2007.  In the ensuing 14 years, just under $100,000 has been granted to several dozens of teachers, enhancing and enriching the educational experience for students from kindergarten through high school in all curricula areas – music, art, science, history, literacy, and more. These…

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2019 Teacher Grant Recipients

Teacher Grant Recipients

Morgan Asay, West Lafayette Intermediate School art teacher, requested funding for the purchase of two 3D printers, two Chromebooks and printing materials for her grant “Creating Art Using 3D Printers.” Connie Workman, from the West Lafayette Intermediate School Media Center, submitted a grant proposal called “One Book, One School: Coming Together” and was awarded $750…

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Gearing Up for Success

Creating Lasting Relationships Gearing Up for Success is committed to fostering strong relationships between home and school for families with limited resources. Please see the brochure link or most recent news link below to learn more about the valuable work being done for this program by Cumberland teachers. Latest News Gearing Up for Success Brochure…

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Student Technology Instructional Commons

The Foundation Board of Directors would like to thank our individual, group, and corporate donors who supported the Student Technology Instructional Commons project. The commons area has often been featured in important events at West Lafayette Jr./Sr. High School throughout the last three years. The commons project began after a safety audit of the high…

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