Supporting our students and connecting you with Cedar Falls Community Schools
Ronald Juhl, a 1959 graduate of Cedar Falls High School, has been providing a scholarship to a graduating senior for almost 20 years. Impressed with the work from the Center for Advanced Professional Studies (CAPS) program, he recently revised his scholarship criteria and renamed the scholarship to the Ronald E. Juhl CAPS Scholarship, making this the first scholarship for students who have participated in CAPS during high school. Thank you Ron for your continued support of our students! Pictured: Floyd Winter, past Foundation President, awarded Walker Zey the 2019 Ronald E. Juhl Scholarship
Cedar Falls Schools Foundation Announces New Board Members
The Cedar Falls Schools Foundation (CFSF) Board of Directors is pleased to announce the appointment of five new Board Members – Helen Pearce, Tracy Mudd, Tanner Marshall, John Runchey and Katie Johnston. Ms. Pearce is a 1969 graduate of Cedar Falls High School and is the President/CEO at Cedar Falls Community Credit Union. Ms. Mudd’s two children have attended Cedar Falls Community Schools (CFCS). She is a realtor at Structure Real Estate. Mr. Marshall is a 2006 graduate of Cedar Falls High School and his mother is a recent retired CFCS teacher. He is the Director of NE Iowa Sales for POS Professional Office Services, Inc. Mr. Runchey is the retired owner of Northern Iowa Construction Products and a retired city council member. His four children attended CFCS. Ms. Johnston is the principal at North Cedar Elementary.
The Foundation Board of Directors includes community members and district appointments. Current standing community board members include: Alan Bernard, Dave Deaver, John Jorgensen, Jennifer Onuigbo, Vickie Robinson, Janelle Smeins and Jim Sprau. The appointed district board members include: Eric Rosburg, Jeremy Swanson, Megann Tresemer, and Susie Hines. Ex-officio members are Dr. Andy Pattee, CFCS District Superintendent and Denelle Gonnerman, CFCS Director of Business Affairs. Dave Deaver (President), Vickie Robinson (Vice-President), Alan Bernard (Treasurer) and Jennifer Onuigbo (Secretary) will serve as the 2019-2020 Executive Board.
Monica Boyer, Executive Director, stated, “We’re honored to have the guidance and vision of all our board members. CFSF Board Members are volunteers who give their time, talents and treasure to support every student, every day.”
Since its inception in 2007, contributions from individuals, businesses and grants have helped the CFSF establish scholarships and grants, assist programming and champion teacher professional learning. The CFSF is an Iowa nonprofit corporation for the sole benefit of the CFCS District and is exempt from federal income taxation under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.
Wal-Mart Foundation Supports Cedar Falls Schools Foundation
Cedar Falls Wal-Mart Store Manager Bob Brokaw presented a $1,000 grant on behalf of the Wal-Mart Foundation to Cedar Falls Schools Foundation Board President Dave Deaver. This grant will be used for classroom supplies.
The Cedar Falls Schools Foundation was established to enhance "A Tradition of Excellence" and support the Cedar Falls Community School District by generating resources and advocating for quality public education. There are many ways you can help the Cedar Falls Schools Foundation make an impact:
- Donate online or through the mail to the Cedar Falls Schools Foundation
- Join the CFCS Alumni Network
- Establish a grant or scholarship
- Sponsor a CFS Foundation event or campaign
- Build or contribute to an endowment fund
- Include the CFS Foundation in your estate plans
- Give a donation of stocks or bonds
- Give to the annual Tradition of Excellence campaign
- Volunteer to assist with an event or campaign
- Volunteer on a Foundation committee (call us or mail this form)
Get in Touch
Cedar Falls Schools Foundation
602 Main Street
Cedar Falls, Iowa 50613
Phone: (319) 268-7007
The Cedar Falls Schools Foundation is an Iowa nonprofit corporation for the sole benefit of the Cedar Falls Community School District and is exempt from federal income taxation under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.