2019 Archived News
Cedar Falls Schools Foundation Announces Annual Campaign
The Cedar Falls Schools Foundation (CFSF) is pleased to announce its Annual Tradition of Excellence Campaign. Since its inception in 2007, contributions from parents, community members, alumni, businesses and organizations have helped the Foundation establish grants, scholarships and assist with programming needs. The CFSF 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. Your gift may be tax deductible.
To contribute to the Annual Tradition of Excellence Campaign, please click here.
To learn how previous year's campaign gifts have made a difference, please click here.
Congratulations 2019 Excellence Grant Recipients
Eighteen Excellence Grants, totaling over $15,000, were awarded in November for innovative projects in the classroom ranging from 3D printers to disc golf materials. Grants were available to pre-k-12 educators and made possible through donor gifts. Four named grants were awarded this year in memory of Pat Lyman, Robert L. Savereide, Amy Denholm and Jim & Karen Bolger.
Click here to see all of the projects supported this year.
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