Spring Valley High School Education Foundation
March 2022
04:00 PM EST
March 2022
08:00 PM EST

About Our Auction

The Spring Valley Education Foundation will continue our funding of successful programs and equipment. These programs include SAT/ACT on campus prep workshops - available to every student FREE of charge and the USA Test prep online teacher-directed learning resource. Funds raised during this year's auction will also directly address the unique issues and disparities that Spring Valley students and faculty are facing. This year we are proudly poised to:
• Pioneer the largest and most comprehensive online teacher and peer tutoring program in the Midlands. This program will innovate supplemental instruction for students at all levels of learning.
• Support our most vulnerable students and those affected directly by the Covid-19 Crisis by providing them with basic school essentials and the support necessary to continue learning in these changing times. Statistics show that this population is the most likely to lose contact with teachers and eventually leave school.

About Spring Valley High School Education Foundation

The purpose of the Spring Valley Education Foundation is to raise funds and promote educational programs through the donation of goods, services, and money from corporations, business groups, foundations and individuals. The SVEF acts as a fiscal agent for donors who wish to sponsor special projects or programs. It administers both "designated" and unrestricted gifts.

The Spring Valley Education Foundation has been tremendously successful in its efforts. Fund raising projects have netted over three quarters of a million dollars in the past ten years. Hundreds of thousands of dollars in cash and gifts-in-kind have been infused into the school. This community-based effort is able to provide the "extras" not available through tax dollars. The exceptional environment made possible by this support has helped this award winning high school to excel and recently be named among the best in the nation by Newsweek Magazine and the Siemens Foundation.

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