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Alameda Education Foundation
501(c)(3) non-profit
Tax ID #94-2867769
P.O. Box 1363, Alameda 94501
Tel. 510.337.7189
info@AlamedaEducation.org

Alameda Education Foundation Announces Winners of the 2017 Jack Capon Award

The Alameda Education Foundation (AEF) is pleased to announce the recipients of the annual Jack Capon award.  The award is given to 8th graders who participate in AEF’s Middle School Sports program and is based on sportsmanship, academic achievement and being a caring, committed team member.  Congratulations to the following student-athletes:

Ryan Harris and Quinn Sedlacheck – Academy of Alameda

Aila Owens – ACLC

Jaden Johnson and Mia Brazo – Bay Farm

Brian Oduor and Sonia Randall – Encinal Jr. Jets

Hudson Stebbins and Mia Wettergren – Lincoln Middle School

Omari Diltz – Nea

Nathaniel Yee and Jordyn Moore – Wood Middle School

The award is given in honor of the late Jack Capon who began the middle school sports program in Alameda and the Alameda Special Olympics.  He was the creator of the motor fitness program used by many kindergartens as well as the author of several books on fitness.

Awards were presented to the students during their 8th grade promotion ceremonies.

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AEF Executive Director Vicki Sedlack presents the Jack Capon award to Encinal Jr. Jets student-athletes, Brian Odour (left) and Sonia Randall (center).

Salute to Education 2017

Salute to Education to Honor Alameda Innovative School Programs on April 21st

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Encinal multi-media students at work

Lum Elementary 3rd grade teachers recognize that some students have the “wiggles” and Lum has implemented a flexible seating environment, including stand up desks and stools that let students wiggle while they sit; these flexible learning spaces accommodate the individuality of Lum students.

Encinal Jr. and Sr. High School teacher Paul Igaz has created a multi-media program where students make films and get to act like an adult behind the camera and play like a kid in front of it.

These programs and more will be recognized at the Alameda Education Foundation’s annual Salute to Education event on Friday, April 21 from 6:00 – 9:00 pm at Rhythmix Cultural Works, 2513 Blanding Avenue, Alameda.

Each of Alameda’s 20 public schools will have an innovative program and a volunteer honored at the event.  The programs and the volunteers will be featured on photo-quality posters at the venue as well as in keepsake programs.  In addition, each school’s outstanding volunteers will be recognized during the event and presented with a token of appreciation for their work.

“Salute to Education is an opportunity for educators, parents, artists, business people and office holders to network and learn more about the work being done in Alameda schools,” according to event chair Pam Chang.  The event features hors d’oeuvres from Alameda restaurants, fine wine from Connoisseurs’ Guide to California Wine and locally made craft beer, making it a true partnership between town and gown. Tickets are $30 in advance at alamedaeducation.org.

“The innovation in our schools is inspiring, yet not always known outside of the individual school sites,” said AEF executive director Vicki Sedlack.  “Whether it’s the science that takes place in The Lab at Ruby Bridges or in the garden at Lincoln Middle School, or the technology that is being introduced in the library at Otis, amazing learning is happening at Alameda public schools, Please help us celebrate the dedicated staff and volunteers who work so hard on behalf of our students.”

EVENT AND RAFFLE TICKETS AND MORE INFORMATION HERE:

 

AEF Enrichment Summer Camps

The Alameda Education Foundation announces its 2017 Summer Camp schedule, which can be found here.  There are over 60 camps in languages, cooking, technology, arts, engineering and more!   AEF enrichment camps are unique and feature:DSC08988 (2)

  • Small class sizes
  • Taught by experts in their field
  • Teach valuable new skills to students
  • And are fun!

Our half and full day camps are for K-8 students and run from June 26 – July 28.  All camps are held at Bay Farm Elementary School and ARPD after-care is available.

Registration opens on March 2nd and there is a an early bird discount until April 30th.

Click here for more information.