Dear Mount Greylock faculty, staff, students, parents and community members;
Do you have an idea for an activity, a field trip, a development program, a guest speaker, equipment or supplies, or anything else that could help enrich the educational experiences of Mount Greylock students? The SEE Fund can help make that idea a reality. Apply for a SEE Fund grant by November 15, 2018. This year we have over $30,000 in grant funding to award!
The Fund for Sustaining Educational Excellence (or the SEE Fund) gives students and staff at Mt. Greylock access to programs, activities, resources, and opportunities that make a positive impact on our community. This impact helps distinguish Mt. Greylock as an excellent educational institution. The SEE Fund provides grants, typically ranging from $250 to $2,500, each year to teachers, staff, sports teams, student groups and community members. The grant funding allows for educational experiences that the school budget cannot support.
We hope you take the time to consider this unique funding opportunity, especially given the recent opening of our new school building.
For more information about the SEE Fund, please visit the Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation (BTCF)* website at www.berkshiretaconic.org/SEEFund. If you have questions, you can contact BTCF at (413) 229-0370.
The SEE Fund Board:
Wendy Skavlem (Chair)
Chris McAlister (Secretary)
Chris Howard (Treasurer)
Clare Sheedy (Student representative - Senior)
Anna Welch (Student representative - Junior)
Sue Strizzi (Faculty representative)
Steve Miller (School Board Representative)
Kim Grady (Superintendent)
*The SEE Fund is a fund of the Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation.