Trustees of the Hinsdale Education Foundation are:

James O'Malley       Steve Bonnette        Fred Moriarty

Holly Kennedy         Ann Marie Diorio

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ABOUT US

Mission:

The Hinsdale Education Foundation has been established to provide a means by which resources from public agencies, private foundations, individuals and businesses, that would not otherwise be available, can flow to the Hinsdale School District to support the programs and facilities necessary to provide the best possible Pre K-12 education for the residents of the District.

Vision:

We envision our Hinsdale community: 
Enhanced and strengthened by the talents of all residents as developed and nurtured through our dedicated Pre K-12 Hinsdale School District; 
Enriched by new residents and businesses attracted by the quality of the education and experiences provided to our youth to realize their full potential. Within our community children will be able to intellectually flourish and develop their paths towards becoming good citizens and contributing members of society; 
Secure in the availability of the financial and volunteer resources 
necessary to sustain this vision. 

Values:

To honor, treasure and nurture the gifts of each and every child in our community without any distinction to race, religion, ethnic heritage, 
disability, economic standing, gender identity or any other such 
characteristic;  

To respect the responsibilities of the elected officials and employed 
professionals engaged in the administration of the Hinsdale School District;

To be respectful fiduciaries of the resources entrusted to our stewardship to assure their use in accordance with the intentions of all donors and 
grantors;

To conduct the administration of the Hinsdale Education Foundation to meet the highest ethical standards.  

The Hinsdale Education Foundation is an approved 501 (3) (C) 81-4726367

Board of Trustees:

Fred Moriarty     Steve Bonnette     James O'Malley     Holly Kennedy

Ann Marie Diorio

 

PROGRAMS

Tile Program

Mini Grants

What is WTP-19? 

 

The Hinsdale Education Foundation (HEF) is pleased to announce a project to decorate the corridor of the new elementary school addition with tiles created by the 5th grade students.

 

WTP19 will engage every 5th grade student in creating and signing a tile as part of a design developed by the entire class to be permanently installed on the corridor wall in the new addition. 

 

Eight wall sections have been designated to extend this project to

include the 5th grade classes from 2019 thru 2026 assuring the

participation of every Hinsdale child currently enrolled from Pre-K to 5th grade.

 

This project provides a meaningful way for 5th graders to culminate their elementary school years and mark their graduation to Middle School.  The significance of making a personal and permanent contribution to the building recognizes the maturity level they have achieved. 

 

The process of collaborating as a class on setting a theme, then a design to present that theme and ultimately creating the final installation will develop skills essential to success in the higher grades and in life in general.

Click here to learn more.

Click here to support the Tile Program

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Hinsdale Education Foundation Mini Grant Information

Who should apply?

 

Grant applications are welcome from any Hinsdale professional staff member including teachers, administrators, librarians, specialists, guidance counselors, occupational and physical therapists, technologists, coaches, etc.   Collaboration across classrooms, grades, and schools is highly encouraged.

What types of projects are funded?

 

Each year, the Education Foundation appeals to Hinsdale staff members to apply for Grants for projects that:

•      are innovative

•      have a direct and immediate impact on the largest number of students

•      have sustainability for future use (a pilot program for example)

•      develop critical thinking skills

•      does not conflict with the District Goals

What types of projects are typically not funded?

The Education Foundation Grants are not intended to replace or relieve the responsibility for public funding of public education nor are they intended to 

provide supplemental funding for normal budget growth and maintenance. Grants are typically not awarded for:

 

•      budget shortfalls

•      compensation shortfalls

•      capital improvements

•      equipment purchases that are not part of a specific project

•      ongoing maintenance of existing programs, whether or not, those programs were originally funded by an Education Foundation Grant

Click here for a copy of the application

 

Richard T. McCarthy

Golf Tournament

This year the Hinsdale Education Foundation is hosting the second annual Richard T. McCarthy Invitational Golf Tournament, on May 18, 2019, at the Northfield Golf Club, 31 Holton St Northfield, MA 01360.

 

All proceeds from these sponsorships will go directly to funds for providing quality education in the Hinsdale School District.

Click here for more information.

Click here for sponsorship information

 

CONTACT US

We'd love to hear from you

49 School Street

P.O. Box 27

Hinsdale, NH 03451

603-336-5728 ext. 7684

HinsdaleEF@gmail.com

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The Hinsdale Education Foundation has been established to provide a means by which resources from public agencies, private foundations, individuals and businesses, that would not otherwise be available, can flow to the Hinsdale School District to support the programs and facilities necessary to provide the best possible Pre K-12 education for the residents of the District.

 

Please click on the donate button if you would like to help us continue with our current programing and expand our outreach in the future. 

The Hinsdale Education Foundation 501 (3) (C) number 81-4726367