Grant History

Fall Grant Session, 2017-2018 School Year

The Cape Elizabeth Education Foundation is honored to announce the grants awarded for our Fall 2017 cycle:

– Emily Pillar for a Middle School Ukulele program;

– Festival of Curiosity for its one-day, Middle School STEAM event;

– Jeff Shedd for renovation of the High School Faculty Lounge;

– Joyce Nadeau for summer cultural experiences program at the High School;

– Rebecca Bean to bring the Portland Symphony KinderKonzerts to Pond Cove School;

– Laura Briggs for a Chewonki preparedness and mindfulness program for the Middle School;

– Cameron Rosenblum for three-day artist-in-residency program for Pond Cove School.

Congratulations to all of the grantees, and a thank you to all CEEF donors – you make big dreams possible!

Recap by school:

High School
Renovation CEHS Teachers Lounge
Cultural Experience Program
Coding Club
Music Production Studio
Sexual Assault Awareness for Everyone (SAAFE)
Freshman Transition Coordination & Achievement Skills Program
High School/Pond Cove theatrical production
Stem Fair
History through Music
Achievement Center computer replacement
Bard College Institute Professional Development
TEDx Youth at CEHS
CEHS Advisory Program


Middle School
Festival of Curiosity
Ukulele Program
Preparation and Mindfulness for Chewonki
Creative Publication Studio
Maker Space
Table Tennis
Festival of Curiosity
Individualized literary magazines for all sixth-graders
Middle School Library and Learning Commons
Animation Integration Studies
Global Collaboration

Middle School/Pond Cove
Len Cabral Residency: A Tapestry of Stories

Pond Cove
Artist in residence (all school Charlotte’s Web project)
Library and Creation Station Renovation
Cape Elizabeth 250th Anniversary Project
Math Lending Library
Smoothies (HS, MS, PC)

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