WEF Grant Funding

At Wyckoff Education Foundation, our top priority is to achieve results, and we know that our success depends on the quality of our campaigns and partnerships. Our approach is to build strategic networks and promote programs that will help advance our work. Learn more about the causes we’re passionate about and get in touch with us to see how you can get involved.

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Focus for 2021 - 2022 :

Raising Funds for STEM & Robotics Initiatives

Goal:  $50,000

WE NEED YOUR SUPPORT!!!

This year, WEF will be focused on raising funds to purchase items such as AR/VR devices (goggles, headsets, etc) for augmented and virtual reality.  Currently, the district has just two AR/VR devices (provided by WEF in 2017). 

Plan to Debut in September 2022

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News Broadcasting Studio

$20,000

Allow for students to become working members of a news production team!  They will plan, film, and edit a weekly news broadcast highlighting other students and events within the schools.  This broadcast will be viewed by the entire student body.  Students will also have opportunities to create podcasts.

Launching Fall 2021

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Safe Check Temperature Machines

$5,000

To ensure a safe re-entry back into the Wyckoff public schools, temperature machines were critical need.  These proved to be invaluable in keeping the students, teachers and faculty safe.

Funded for 2020 - 2021 School Year in conjunction with school district and PTO's

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Wellness Rooms

$54,000

In June of 2019, WEF contributed $54,000 towards wellness initiatives at each of the 5 schools.

Pictured:  Sara Pringle and the Wyckoff Board Of Education on June 25, 2019 

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Classroom Updates, Flexible Seating & Gym Initiatives 

$40,000

Fundraising efforts during the 2017 - 2018 school year were to benefit the schools by providing classroom updates, flexible seating and gym initiatives.

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Makerspace Rooms

$50,000

WEF contributed $50,000 towards Makerspace development in each of the four elementary schools and a state-of-the-art Innovation Lab at Eisenhower Middle School.  Makerspaces provides hands-on, creative ways to encourage students to design, experiment, build and invent – while engaging in science and engineering.