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MTEF Gives Quarter of a Million Dollars in Grants
Thanks to the financial and volunteer support we received from the community this past school year, the MTEF is awarding grants totaling $252,966. The Foundation has now granted over $4 million since its inception in 1998. More here.
The MTEF is committed to advancing technology, curriculum, and personnel at all six MTSD schools. Your support plays a critical role in the success of the MTEF and students. Donate today to preserve the excellent quality of education our community’s children receive and deserve.
Matching Gifts and the United Way are an easy way to increase your donation! You can easily multiply your donation with a corporate matching gift from your company or by selecting the Mequon-Thiensville Education Foundation on your United Way pledge card.
Thank you Katie Beiser and Katie Read for heading up the 20th Tartan Bash! An energetic planning committee is forming--contact us if you are interested in being part of the fun! Check out the 2018 Tartan Bash Photo Gallery.
Grants Aim to Help Homestead Students Succeed in Life As printed in the 2016-2017 Annual Report
"I felt very prepared when I went to college...especially in reading, writing, and critical thinking." Siena Mitman HHS '2011
“College Ready – College Bound!” exclaim the headlines on a new set of posters hanging near the Homestead High School Counseling Office. The posters detail recent HHS graduates’ post high school plans. Because approximately 90%. . . .Continue reading
The Mission of the Mequon-Thiensville Education Foundation is to develop community-wide private financial support for the Mequon-Thiensville School District, and through grants, to help support continued excellence in education.
Statement of Purpose
The Foundation is committed to helping address the budgetary shortfalls and to ensuring that the Mequon-Thiensville School District advances in technology, curriculum, and personnel. Declining enrollments coupled with the unfavorable state funding formula make this a fiscally challenging time for the Mequon-Thiensville School District. Creation of strong private-public partnerships empowers supporters of public education to partner together to make a difference as we prepare our students for the 21st century global world.