The BEF Board of Governors will meet Wednesday, May 8, 2019 in the Bexley High School Community Room before the BEF’s Annual Meeting.
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Nominate an outstanding Bexley educator who has made an impact on your child’s life for the Bexley Education Foundation’s Educator of the Year Award, to be announced at the BEF’s May Annual Meeting.Nomination Form
Lights, Camera, Party! BRAVO! returns Saturday, March 30, 2019 and will be held at St. Charles Prep from 7:00-11:00pm. BRAVO! is where the Bexley community gathers to celebrate and support its outstanding public schools – schools that have earned national recognition for academic excellence. The annual event is Bexley Education Foundation’s largest annual fundraising event. BRAVO! attracts a large crowd, usually 500 to 700 persons − making it one of the largest events of its kind in Columbus.
Guests will walk the red carpet and sample tasty bites from local restaurants, dance to the tunes of the Big Rockin’ Blues Band and bid on fabulous auction items, including one-of-a-kind works of art created by Bexley students. This year’s theme, BEXceptional, conveys how our teachers, students and families feel about the brightest educational experience in town!
Proceeds from BRAVO! support the Bexley Education Foundation’s teacher, classroom and district-wide grants-making program. The success of BRAVO! over the past 19 years has contributed to the Foundation being able to channel over $5 million in private support to the Bexley City Schools.
Tickets are available online now at www.bexbravo.givesmart.com. Even if you can’t attend, you can still bid using your cell phone/mobile device. A complete catalog of silent auction items will be online and bidding opens on March 23rd.
Questions? Contact Wendy Hauswirth in the BEF Office at (614) 338-2093 or email Wendy.email@example.comPurchase your sponsorship or tickets online
A Bex-ceptional evening is in store for BRAVO! guests this year. The BEF’s largest fundraising event to be held on Saturday, March 30 has a red-carpet theme which will be immediately noticeable at the entrance to the Walters Commons at St. Charles, in the decorations, and with the addition of a photo booth. Bexley graduate Read More
The Jeremy C. McCamic Family Foundation has always looked to meet a need or fill a gap for students and teachers in the Bexley Schools with its grant making. Since 2006, Abby Feinknopf, Jeremy McCamic’s daughter, has worked with the Bexley Education Foundation to identify areas where her family’s foundation could make a difference or Read More
Among the BEXceptional student artwork offered for auction at BRAVO! this year will be some cool Van’s shoes designed and decorated by Cassingham 4th graders for local businesses. The shoe design project was funded by a Bexley Education Foundation fall 2018 grant to Cassingham art teacher Ben Pinciotti. Mr. Pinciotti reached out to 20 local Read More
At its November 14 Board Meeting, the Bexley Education Foundation Board of Governors, based upon the recommendations made by its Grants Committee, approved a total of $30,240 in grant funding to support nine staff-initiated projects ranging from professional development to technology purchases. Below is a summary of the projects that received grant funding: $6,809 grant Read More
Thank a Bexley teacher who has made an impact on your child(s) life with a gift to the Bexley Education Foundation on #GivingTuesday, November 27, 2018. BEF will notify every Bexley educator who has a gift made in his/her honor.
The second-ever Bexley High School Alumni Tennis Tournament will be held on Labor Day, Monday, September 3 from 9 a.m. to noon at the Bexley High School tennis courts on Stanwood Avenue. The tournament will be a mixed doubles format, single elimination with a consolation bracket. The block of Stanwood by the tennis courts will be closed to allow for the free, Read More