CEF Giving in 2020 – 2021: $176,294

Each year, we provide block grants to each of the schools in Claremont Unified School District, Teacher Innovation Grants for special projects lead by the district's educators, and Community Partnership Grants to support after school enrichment programs provided by local organizations. Since our inception, these grants have totaled to over $3.6 million.

Elementary Schools

$92915

for Art & Music


Over $12,700 to each CUSD elementary school to provide students with instructional opportunities in art and music in 2020-2021.

Secondary Schools

$72500

for Technology


CEF funds expand students’ access to technology tools with $42,500 for Claremont High School, $8,000 for San Antonio High School, and $22,000 for El Roble in 2020-2021.

Educators

$6879

for Special Projects


CEF Teacher Innovation Grants for 6 projects in personal finance, diversity, music, virtual reality, and outdoor learning for 10 educators at 4 different schools.

Community

$4000

for Enrichment


Two programs were funded for Claremont After School Programs (CLASP) and Claremont Heritage.
 

CEF Giving in 2020 – 2021: $176,294

Each year, we provide block grants to each of the schools in Claremont Unified School District, Teacher Innovation Grants for special projects lead by the district's educators, and Community Partnership Grants to support after school enrichment programs provided by local organizations. Since our inception, these grants have totaled to over $3.6 million.

Elementary Schools

$92915

for Art & Music


Over $12,700 to each CUSD elementary school to provide students with instructional opportunities in art and music in 2020-2021.

Secondary Schools

$72500

for Technology


CEF funds expand students’ access to technology tools with $42,500 for Claremont High School, $8,000 for San Antonio High School, and $22,000 for El Roble in 2020-2021.

Educators

$6879

for Special Projects


CEF Teacher Innovation Grants for 6 projects in personal finance, diversity, music, virtual reality, and outdoor learning for 10 educators at 4 different schools.

Community

$4000

for Enrichment


Two programs were funded for Claremont After School Programs (CLASP) and Claremont Heritage.

"Without the extraordinary commitment and hard work of the CEF Board, as well as community support of CEF, we would not be able to continue providing the current level of art and music education in our elementary schools, nor would we be able to provide the volume of technology that has been purchased at each of our schools.”

Dr. Jim Elsasser, Immediate Past Superintendent, Claremont Unified School District

Claremont Educational Foundation (CEF)

About Us


Through the generosity of our donors and business partners, we are able to help maintain the educational experience we have come to expect in Claremont.

For almost 30 years, CEF has worked hand-in-hand with Claremont Unified School District and the community to assist in providing all Claremont students the best education possible. We work to close the gap left in state funding and help protect school district priorities by granting, to every school, funds to support art, music, and technology programs as well as grants to educators for special initiatives, allowing for smaller, but impactful programs to happen.

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