The Cape Elizabeth Education Foundation, CEEF, will present its annual Alumni Award this Spring in conjunction with the High School Graduation festivities. The award recognizes an alumnus of Cape Elizabeth High School who embodies the spirit of CEEF's mission- innovation, excellence and impact on youth. The Award will honor its recipient, as well as the tradition of excellence in Cape Elizabeth schools, and the parents, teachers and administrators who work to sustain this tradition. The recipient of the Award is intended to be a role model for current students, and a source of inspiration and motivation for them to seek excellence throughout their school years and beyond as they pursue careers, community and/or public service.
Anyone who is familiar with a Cape Elizabeth alumnus whose academic, professional or community achievements have enhanced the opportunities for youth to lead rich and productive lives, is asked to complete a brief nomination form. Deadlines for nominations are May 1st. If you have any questions about this award, please contact Liam McCoy at 207-712-6860 or Lmccoy@LegacySIR.com.
We have begun preparations for the 2014 Cape Elizabeth Education Foundation (CEEF) Play for Education Golf Tournament and Auction. Mark your calendars as we have set the date for the CEEF Play for Education Tournament... Thursday, June 19, 2014, at Prout's Neck Country Club. This is a great fundraising event –last year’s tournament raised over $12,000. If you are interested in sponsorship opportunities or further information about foursomes –click here…
Cape Elizabeth Education Foundation grants pass the
$1 million dollar mark!
With grateful appreciation for its loyal donors, the Cape Elizabeth Education Foundation is proud to announce that we have topped the $1 million dollar mark in cumulative grant awards. These dollars have seeded lasting initiatives and experimental projects - investments that have been returned ten-fold in passion, knowledge and excitement in the Cape Elizabeth schools. None of this would be possible without our generous donors. Their generosity has allowed us to fund exciting initiatives. Thank you to all that have made the million dollar investment in our schools.
Thank you Elsmere for supporting the Cape Elizabeth Education Foundation with your first nonprofit night!
CEEF's 2013 Brownell & Thompson Award
Recipients Named -
Pond Cove Teacher Cameron Rosenblum and CEHS Teacher Pam Vose Presented with Annual Awards on August 29th
Tim Thompson, Nancy Thompson, Pam Vose, Elaine Brownell, Cameron Rosenblum, Jennifer Scarpitti-Nelson
The 2013-14 school year started off with the annual Welcome Back breakfast. Following past tradition, CEEF's annual teacher awards were announced. The Thompson Award was given to Pam Vose, in recognition to the faculty or staff member who goes above and beyond the norm in mentoring his or her students. Pam's acceptance was followed by the presentation of the Brownell Award to Pond Cove librarian Cameron Rosenblum. The Brownell Award is given to the teacher or staff member in recognition of their outstanding CEEF-grant implementation.