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The following is a list of the Worth County Education Foundation projects.

Tiger teams honored...

Each homecoming the Foundation recongizes past Tiger teams. Team alumni are encouraged to ride on a float, join the Foundation in a reunion supper, and are recongized at the football game. Click on the links below to see pictures.

WCEF Mini-Grant

the foundation funds two ore more mini-grants each year. These grands are in support of student activities and are funded wholey or in-part.

These grants have included such things as a new water fountain for the boys' lockerroom, chair pockets to hold student materials in the classroom, nonfiction books for kindergarten, a new basketball hoop for kindergarten, training for teachers on the Developmental Assets and other projects.

WCEF Able to Fund a Scholarship for School

The WCEF funds a$500 scholarship to go to a Worth County student attending either a 4-or 2-year institution of higher education.

Recipients have been 2007: Alissa Miller, 2008: Logan Dignan 2009: Elizabeth Runde, 2010: Garrett Hawk, 2011: Felicia Cook

The foundation administers several other scholarships established by families, alumni, and organizations.

The Miller family established a scholarship in honor of their parents, Claude and Loraine Miller.

The Class of 1966 established a one-time scholarship for a graduating senior of Worth County R-III.

The family of the late Earl Hardy established a scholarship in honor of their father and their mother Madge (Bunker) Hardy. 

The family of Marie Hauber Ross has established a scholarship in her honor.

The Class of 1944 sponsors the Class of 1944 Leader's Scholarship for students that show outstanding leadership skills througout their high school career.

The Class of 1971 established a scholarship in 2012.

Alumni are maintaining the Scott Darrach Academic Bowl Scholarship which goes to an outstanding Academic Bowl Team member.

A Homecoming MVP Award has been established in honor of Bob Prather, Class of 1970.

WCEF Establishes an Honor List for Donors

The WCEF has established a list which honors alumni and others who have donated to help maintain the WCEF. Those supporters are greatly appreciated!

   

 

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