Our grant cycles for 2010 concluded with the attached grant awards. Thank you to all of our donors for making these grants possible and the resulting educational opportunities for our students.
The awards for the winter grant cycle of the Trumansburg Central School District Foundation (TCSD) have been awarded to grant recipients. TCSD Board members individually presented each recipient with the awards totaling close to $2,500. Continue reading
The Trumansburg Central School District Foundation is pleased to announce it has awarded a grant in the amount of $250 to help support the Trumansburg Committee for Teen Driver Safety. The grant provided funds for Trumansburg Students’ participation in the Street Survival Clinic held at Watkins Glen International. The event is an effort to give teens a practical experience beyond that of normal driver’s education. Continue reading
The Trumansburg Central School District Foundation Inc., is thrilled to award a total amount of $5,695 to fund five proposals to benefit the students in the Trumansburg Central School District.
The TCSD Foundation was able to award these funds with generous donations from the Tompkins Trust Company, The Gothic Eves Bed and Breakfast and with donations from private individuals. Continue reading
The TCSD Foundation is privileged to award the Trumansburg High School Government and Economics classes a grant in the amount of $200. The grant has been designated to purchase sixty copies of the classroom edition of the Wall Street Journal each month. Two classrooms will receive the publication, allowing students to have a resource to refer to when learning about global economics, business, government or personal investments. This is to follow-up on the presentations given by the staff at Tompkins Trust Company in May of 2007. Continue reading
The TCSD Foundation is privileged to award the Trumansburg High School Music Department a grant in the amount of $1,000. The grant was awarded in early August and has been designated towards the purchase of music for the Music library, private lessons for a High School student, school owned instrument repair, small hand percussion and/or African drums for the High School, and travel fees for students and their teachers to attend All-State or All-Eastern band / Chorus events. Continue reading