Wyomissing Area School District students benefit from innovative programs and projects, largely due to the increase of Educational Improvement Tax Credit (EITC) donations into Wyomissing Area Education Foundation (WAEF)
Giving Goes Glam Event Raises Funds for Wyomissing Area Education Foundation’s West Reading Elementary Center Technology Enhancement
The Giving Goes Glam Fashion Show, sponsored by the L.O.V.E. Team of West Reading, raised $13,000 to support Wyomissing Area Education Foundation’s West Reading Elementary Center Technology Enhancement on Wednesday, October 5, 2015, at its 5th annual Fall into Fashion event.
WAEF’s Annual Report: Providing Educational Opportunities for Every Student
The most important responsibility of the Wyomissing Area Education Foundation (WAEF) is the task of providing funding opportunities to enhance education for every student. It is not an easy task to meet fundraising goals that will have a profound effect on the education of every student.
WAEF’s 3rd Distinguished Alumni Award Recipient, John Rothenberger
The suburb of Wyomissing, Pennsylvania has recently been referred to as an “American Dream.” It certainly is an extraordinary place to live, with extraordinary people who have often credited the community for giving them a strong foundation for their future.
2017 WAEF Scholarship Program
The Wyomissing Are Education Foundation administers a number of scholarships and grants for students. Scholarship applications are being accepted for award in 2017.
Robotics Grant provides opportunity to win Regional Competition
A heartfelt thank you from Nate Miller, STEM Specialist @ WASD, and recipient of a grant for Vex Arm/ Vehicle Robotics.
I just wanted to thank you for the support from WAEF to help out with our STEM program for the Science Olympiad competition.
WAEF Continues Its Support for Students Seeking Technology and Trade Careers
For the 20 years of its existence, Wyomissing Area Education Foundation (WAEF) has been enriching the lives of Wyomissing Area School District (WASD) students through grants for programs, projects and equipment, and scholarships that reward academic achievement and other significant accomplishments.