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

May/June Newsletter 2017 – Congratulations Graduates!

Message from the AEF President

bill-yosemiteDear Friend,
The AEF Board and staff congratulate the graduating seniors from our public high schools and charters. We wish you well and good fortune in the future.

We are concluding another successful year at the Alameda Education Foundation. Our school year programs are concluding as we transition to our Summer Camps and preparation for our Back To School Supply Drive (Equipped 4 Success ). We are always looking for donations to guarantee all deserving students begin the school year with the proper school supplies.

The 2016-17 school year was marked with new AEF records. 192 teachers were adopted through our Adopt A Classroom program, as well as the largest participation in our track program ever – 326 – to name just two. The last week of school I will have the honor and privilege to present the Jack Capon awards to outstanding 8th grade student-athletes. As someone recently told me, “AEF does a lot.”

Enjoy your summer and thank you for your continued support of the Alameda Education Foundation.

Sincerely,

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Bill Sonneman


AEF Spotlight

Adopt a Classroom recipientAdopt A Classroom, Impact a Life

Editor’s Note: This year, AEF adopted a record number of 192 teachers through our Adopt A Classroom program, which provides $500 grants from the community directly to teachers. Many teachers provided feedback as to the impact the donations made on their classrooms. Below is one such story from Island High School history teacher, Robert Scofield. Mr. Scofield also runs a “Safe Spaces” group that meets to support LGBTQ youth and create a safe place for students to learn, thrive and explore some of the issues surrounding the LGBTQ community. Mr. Scofield was adopted by the Alameda Kiwanis Club.

Safe Spaces
by Robert Scofield, Island High School Teacher
When Safe Spaces was adopted, I took it to the group to see what they felt would be a good use for the donation. After lots of discussion, the students decided that they would like to use the money to address something that is a huge issue for the LGBTQ community, which is homelessness.

Read more.


AEF Announcements

DSC08988 (2)AEF Summer Camps – CHANGE IN LOCATION!

Due to renovation work that will be occurring at Haight Elementary over the summer, AEF’s summer camps are moving to Bay Farm School located at 200 Aughinbaugh Way.  We offer over 50 camps from June 26 through July 28, including half and full day camps for students in (completed) grades K – 8.  ARPD After Care is available after morning camps for students in grades K – 5 (pick up at Godfrey Park).

Camps include: Spanish, Mandarin, cooking, technology, arts, engineering writing, karate and more! Check out our flyer for all the details.

Prevent the student brain drain while introducing your child to new and fun learning experiences.  Register by clicking the blue “summer camps” button on the left.


Alameda's Sun KingsShake it Up, Baby!

Join us on July 4th, 3 – 5 PM, for the best Beatles tribute band, The Sun Kings. They will be kicking off  South Shore’s Summer Beats concert series. AEF will be there selling wine and beer from Alameda Island Brewing Company. All proceeds benefit the  Equipped 4 Success school supply drive. Other Summer Beats concerts include Pride & Joy on July 29 from 5 – 7 PM and Pure Ecstasy on Aug. 12, 5 – 7 PM.

 

 


Alameda Running Festival 017Come Run the Island

Come Run the Island in the Alameda Running Festival on September 16 and 17, 2017. September 16th features a 5K run/walk and Family Fun Run/Walk.

Proceeds from Saturday’s events will benefit AEF sports and cross country programs and Alameda Meals on Wheels. Register soon for best prices! 

 


AEF Track and FieldTrack & Field Championships!  

Over 325 6th – 8th graders representing seven middle school programs participated in Track & Field this spring. Not only is this a record number of participants, but many meet records were also broken!  You can find links to results, records and photos on our AEF Track & Field website.

 

 

 


AEF college prep academySophomores and Juniors!

Register soon for AEF’s summer SAT and ACT “Crash Course Extended” programs. These courses are In-depth yet easy to approach for all learning styles and will give students the most effective way to learn Felix Prep’s unique and score-changing techniques in under a week. Students who took our spring program report that they not only improved their scores, but they had a lot of fun, too!  SAT course:  July 17 – 21.  ACT course:  July 24 – 28.

Click here for prices, registration and scholarship information.

 

 

 


SED_for_2017Saluting Our Educators!

We had a wonderful time honoring our teachers, volunteers and schools at this year’s Salute to Education event on April 21st!  Be sure to check out our photo album from the event.

Thank you to Al Wright for the photos and the Connoisseur’s Guide to California Wine for the wine donation.  Our “Top of the Class” sponsor was Tim Lewis Communities/Star Harbor.  Other sponsors were Alameda South Shore Center, Catellus/Alameda Landing, Frank Ghiglione/Rodgers Trucking Co., Pacific Union/Alameda, and State Farm Insurance/Team Kelly Lux.

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