Newsletter              Winter 2009

 

Impact on Education

 

IMPACT AWARD RECIPIENTS ANNOUNCED
An impressive group of five high impact educators have been announced!  This year's award recipients include:
Corby Connolly , Kristen Elder-Rubino, Larry Leatherman, Kristie Letter, Jonathan Warshaw.  Since 1992, this program has recognized individuals in the Boulder Valley School District who make an extraordinary impact on student learning. 
 
 
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IT'S BETTER THAN A NEW SWEATER!

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Instead of more "stuff", this holiday season, give the gift that keeps on giving...education!   Impact on Education promotes equity by creating opportunities for "at risk" students and providing resources to high needs schools; encourages quality teaching by rewarding extraordinary educators and promotes innovation through creative programs and cutting-edge technologies. Won't you help?!?  Make a donation in honor of a friend, family member or your child's teacher and we'll send your honoree a card acknowledging them and you!

DON'T MISS THE 2010 EDUCATION MATTERS BUSINESS LEADERSHIP FORUM

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Education is the key to our nation's economic success, at home and abroad.  Former Denver Public School Superintendent Michael Bennett is now crafting education policy for the nation as a member of the U.S. Senate.  Come hear his perspective on why education                             reform is critical to our economic future. 
 CRAYONS TO CALCULATORS ANNOUNCES
2009 CORPORATE CHALLENGE WINNERS

C2C winners

Crayons to Calculators, a collaboration of non-profit organizations that provides school supplies to Boulder Valley students in need, announced the winners for the 2009 Crayons to Calculators Corporate Challenge at a celebration honoring all 38 participants at the Western Disposal Services headquarters in Boulder, Colorado.  MOD Moms North and Chavez Calibrations International, Inc. were awarded trophies for providing the most assistance and the most assistance as a percentage of the employee population, respectively.
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WHAT'S ON THE HORIZON...

  • 5th Annual Education Matters- 2010 Business Leadership Forum breakfast featuring Senator Michael Bennet on Monday, January 11th from 7:00 - 9:00 am at the Glenn Miller Ballroom at the University Memorial Center at CU. Click here to purchase tickets    
  • 18th Annual Impact Awards dinner on Thursday, February 11th from 5:30 - 8:30 pm at the Glenn Miller Ballroom at the University Memorial Center at CU.  To purchase tickets, email info@ImpactonEducation.org or call 303-524-3865.

GET YOUR  "SUPPORT EDUCATION" LICENSE PLATES

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 Senate Bill 09-175 extended availability of the Support Education plate to July 1, 2011. Get yours now at SupportColoradoSchools

GENEROUS DONORS MAKE OUR WORK POSSIBLE

 
Corporations support our programs, sponsor events and provide in-kind contributions... Foundations and service organizations partner with us to fulfill their own mission... Individuals write checks and volunteer.  Each and every donor is precious- we are so thankful for your support! 
In This Issue
IT'S BETTER THAN A NEW SWEATER
DON'T MISS THE 2010 EDUCATION MATTERS
Crayons to Calculators Announces
What's on the horizon....
"SUPPORT EDUCATION" license
Generous Donors Make Our Work Possible!
Join Our Mailing List!
Education News: Quick Links
Impact on Education
Board of Directors 
Bob Drake, Chair
Lain Adams
Francie Anhut 
Frank Bruno
Mike Devery 
Becky Gamble
Ann Goldman
John Greff
Sol Halpern
Clif Harald
Dr. Holly Hultgren
David Kendall
Dr. Chris King
Sue Kunz
Paula Martin
Ester Matheson
Mike Medina
Rick Nelson
Dave Rhinesmith
Amy Smith
Mindy Sooter
Melissa Tingley
Beth Waters
John Wyatt
Impact on Education Staff
Francie Anhut, CEO
Louise Garrels, Programs Manager
Becky Lewis, Admin. Assistant
Diana Lewis, Office Manager
Impact on Education
75 Manhattan Drive, Suite 205
Boulder, CO 80303
ph 303-524-3865

Mission: Leverage community resources to create opportunities, impact student learning and build support for public education in Boulder Valley School District.
 
Impact on Education's three focus areas are: create opportunities for "at-risk" students, increase student interest and learning in science, technology and math, and motivate and reward teacher excellence.
 
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