Midview High School Prom Speaker – Mary Duffy, High School Guidance Counselor. Funds will pay for a presentation from Mary Lou Beers to the Senior Class and their parents.
Requested: $500 (General)
Better Instrumentalists – Joshua Brunger, Midview High Band Director. Funds would buy 40 new, posture proper, chairs for the band room.
Requested: $ 3680 (Performing and Fine Arts)
Tangible Materials – Holly Dembie, Midview West. Purchase durable goods for visually impaired students, in the content areas of math, science, and reading. Will provide tangible experiences in lieu of visual models.
Requested: $250 (General)
Sixth Grade Science Lab – Christine Hensley, East - Funds used to purchase 15 lab tables (24” x 54” x30”- will seat 2 students per table) at $390 each.
Requested: $5850 (Capital Improvements)
Great Lakes Shakespearean Actors Residency – Jackie Sliman, for the entire High School English Department. For one week, 2 professional actors from The Great Lakes Theater Festival will come to the HS and meet with 6 different classes every day. Will involve students in recreating scenes from various Shakespeare plays.
Requested: $1495 (? – she did not circle a category)
Midview Grafton Splash Station – James Pozda, Grafton Midview Kiwanis. Will be just as easy to read from application.
Requested: $250 (? – did not circle a category)
Academic Quiz Team – Michael Filipiak, Midview High School. Ongoing support for the Quiz Team. Funds pay for shirts, plaques and awards, an awards dinner, and practice questions.
Requested: $500 (Academics)
A Dicken’s Christmas – Carol Simonson, Beth DiVencenzo, Monica Mason, Brenda Koehler, Diane Haglund, and Betsy Lanzer. Midview East (I combined two requests into 1)
Requested: $3260 (Fine Arts)
Academic “M” Awards Program, Tom Faska, High School. Funds will provide dinner for senior students who have maintained a 3.5 GPA throughout their high school career, as well as their parents and a special teacher. Students are also presented with a book.
Requested: $2000 (Academics)
“Words, Music Opera”, Gloria Thomas, Midview West. The program integrates an arts education approach into the classroom’s academic curriculum. Her third grade students will have the opportunity to use opera as a medium for their learning and development. This is to promote the children’s cognitive, language, social and physical development, as well as to foster their artistic development.
Requested: $600 (Fine Arts)
The above grants were presented to Midview staff during the district’s opening ceremony for employees. The Midview Educational Endowment Fund thanks all those who have donated so generously to the Fund. Without your help, the above programming and scholarships would not be possible for Midview students!
If you are interested in becoming a donor, or if you would like to increase your donation to the Fund, please contact the Midview Educational Endowment Fund at 440-926-3737 or EndowmentFund@MidviewK12.org.