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Bank of America Donates a $5000 grant to the Rim of the World Educ. Foundation

The Bank of America in Lake Arrowhead Village recently presented the Rim of the World Educational Foundation (Rim Ed) with a grant for $5,000. Together, they are partnering to support the many excellent programs that Rim Ed supports for all grade levels in the Rim of the World Unified School District.

“This grant will directly benefit the students in the Rim of the World School District by helping to fund the annual Partnership for Education Grants at all five Rim USD campuses, the ROP programs at Rim High School and the AVID programs at MPH and Rim High School,” said Marilyn Mays of the Rim Ed Foundation.

In the past year, the Rim Ed Foundation presented to Rim School District, in addition to teacher Partnership for Education grants of $8.50 per student, $10,000 for the ROP Program and $25,000 for the AVID Program.

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Donations Funding Student Success

At the May 18 Rim of the World Unified School District school board meeting, generous donations were made to the six schools within the district.

Rim of the World Educational Foundation (ROTWEF) presented “Partnerships with School Grants” to the board of trustees. Checks made out to the individual schools were presented to a representative from each. The awards included:

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Going the Extra Mile for Students

Posted: Thursday, April 13, 2017 11:00 am
By Ananda Foerch, Reporter
Rim of the World Education Foundation (ROTWEF) exemplifies what it means to be a community, through the efforts of fundraising and donating, bringing community members together. read more

Funds Found for Rim Programs

From the left: David Nygren (Assistant Principal Rim High and district AVID liaison), Stephanie Phillips (ROP/CTE Coordinator), Jo Bonita Rains (President ROTWEF), Josita Todd (Vice President ROTWEF), Pat Enterrios (ROTWEF Board), Marilyn Mays (ROTWEF Board), and Jodie Mc Duffie, (Teacher – RTA Liaison)

With Rim of the World Unified School District facing a serious budget deficit, trustees heard some good news at their last board meeting.

Two checks totaling $35,000 were presented to two Rim of the World High School programs by the Rim of the World Educational Foundation (ROTWEF).

The first check for $25,000 was presented to David Nygren, assistant principal for Rim of the World High School and chair of the Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID) program. The second check for $10,000 was presented to Stephanie Phillips, Rim’s Regional Occupational Program (ROP) coordinator.

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This Artist Has a Charitable Heart– see link below for full story

Nathan Hidajat presented the painting of daffodils he created to honor Lori Pearson to Lori’s sister, Elaine Pearson.

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Getting That Little Push – see link below for full story

The benefits of taking ROP/CTE (Regional Occupational Program/Career Technical Education) classes or enrolling in the AVID (Advancement Via Individual Determination) program were made clear by four young speakers at the Rim of the World Education Foundation annual meeting.
ROP and AVID Students Speak as ROTWEF Annual Board Retreat

ROP and AVID Students Speak as ROTWEF Annual Board Retreat

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Rim Educ. Foundation Summer News Letter 2016

ROTWEF Press Release – Educational Grants Awarded

March Press Release

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Nathan gives back with sales of his art

Posted: Thursday, September 8, 2016 6:00 am By Mary-Justine Lanyon, Editor Mountain News Many mountain artists are known for their generosity, often donating the work to fundraisers that benefit a number of nonprofit organizations. Nathan Hidajat is one of those artists. What makes him different is his age: Nathan is just 13 and an 8th-grader …

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