E3 Foundation Donates $37,000 to Etiwanda School District
October 2023 - The Etiwanda Excellence in Education Foundation, known as E3, recently donated $37,000 to the Etiwanda School District for use in providing an educational experience, such as an assembly, art or science activity, or other meaningful opportunity for all students. The donation provides $2000 for each of the district’s thirteen elementary schools and $2750 for each of the four intermediate schools.
School assemblies can help motivate and inspire students, open doors to new areas of interest, and help bring curriculum and learning to life! Assemblies can also help students learn about other cultures and places. E3 is proud to provide this opportunity to the schools in the Etiwanda School District.
Thanks to efforts of the E3 Board, volunteer and community partners, E3 has provided over $700,000 to the district since 2005.
Photo: Etiwanda School District Superintendent Charlayne Sprague (center) receives a donation from representatives of the E3 Foundation (l-r) Joanne Jenkins, Treasurer and Kathy Molnar, President.
E3 Foundation Donates $35,000 to Etiwanda School District Teachers for Classroom Supplies
August 2022 - Getting classrooms ready for the start of the school is a little easier this year for teachers in the Etiwanda School District, thanks to a donation for classroom supplies from the E3 Foundation. The Etiwanda Excellence in Education Foundation, known as E3, is providing each teacher in the district with a $50 Amazon gift card to assist in purchasing classroom supplies. The donation, totaling $35,000, was recently presented to Etiwanda School District Superintendent Charlayne Sprague.
E3 Foundation President Kathy Molnar shared “Etiwanda School District teachers provide an outstanding educational experience for their students, and each year purchase classroom and instructional supplies at their own expense. In recognition of their hard work and dedication, the E3 Foundation is proud to provide a little extra support to these dedicated educators as the new school year begins.”
Photo: Etiwanda School District Superintendent Charlayne Sprague (center) receives a donation from representatives of the E3 Foundation (l-r) Kimberly Pollock, Secretary; Janella Cantu-Myricks, Vice President; Kathy Molnar, President; Carol Alexander, Director.