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2015-2016 Creativity Grants

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2015-2016 Scholarships

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13th Annual Golf Tournament

Thank you to all of our players, sponsors and volunteers who made the District 50 Education Foundation Golf Tournament such a success. We had great weather and a strong turnout to support a very good cause, the education of the young people in our community. The Foundation would like to give a special shout out to Stifel Nicholas Company, Envirotech Services, Inc. and our partners at Hyland Hills. We hope you had a great time.

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Landgraf Plumbing Inc Par Sponsor
Hyland Hills Par Sponsor
Envirotech Services Birdie
Stifel Nicolaus Birdie
Financial Framework Horace Mann Activity
DAO Architecture Par Sponsor
Lockton Par Sponsor
Symmetrix Par Sponsor
Community Reach Center Par Sponsor
D & R Construction Par Sponsor
Adolfson & Peterson Construction Par Sponsor
Chartwells Par Sponsor
Pepsi In_kind

2015 Scholarship Winners & Alternative Names List

ATT Scholarship:  Winner: Adrian Burr, Alternate: Zachary Assmussen

District 50 Education Foundation Outstanding Students: Winners: Zachary Assmussen/Toucheng Lor, Alternate: Dianhi Sanchez                

District 50 Education Foundation Vocational/Technical:  Winners: Vanessa Medina/Horacio Duarte Bernal, Alternates: Dianhi Sanchez/Mayra Farias                   

Paul Hustad:  Jaime Rodriquez 

Iver C. Ranum:  Winners: Cody Magerfleisch/Abigail Macias, Alternate: Mena Lor 

District 50 Rescue Unit: Winner:  Alvaro Mijares,   Alternate: Yomeli Sanchez

Engineering/Computer:  Winner:  Shelby Palisoul, Alternate: James Wright

Hyland Hills Recreation Scholarship: Winner:  Cambria Redman, Alternate: Sophia Mendoza

Don Rhoda Promising Student:  Winner: Binh Pham, Alternate: Kelli Solomonson

District 50 Education Foundation Community Service: Winner: Cynthia Solis, Alternate:  Angel Merlo 

Westminster Retired School Employee Association Vocational Scholarship:  Winner:  Carlos Mercado, Alternate:  Nedde Villalobos

WRSEA Academic Scholarship:  Winner:  Olivia Munez, Alternate:  Quiana Honeysette

Adams County School District 50 Leadership Scholarship:  Winner:  John Phung, Alternate: James Wright

First National Bank Scholarship:  Winners:  Elicia Chacon/ Maria Solis, Alternates:  Rachel King/Mena Lor

Larry Silver Memorial Scholarship:  Winner:  William Nort 

Leslie De La Torra Memorial Scholarship:  Winner:  Leslie Mendoza, Alternate:  Seiry

William Schaffner Memorial Scholarship:  Winner:  Alexander Lee, Alternate:  James Wright

Stephanie Baer Named New Executive Director of the District 50 Education Foundation

Stephanie Baer is a visionary nonprofit leader who strongly believes that education is a game changer not only for individuals but for communities as well. Raised as a proud Cheesehead, Stephanie has made Colorado her home for almost 20 years after completing her graduate degree in Nonprofit Management. Making her impact on Colorado children, Stephanie is the former director of Children’s Outreach Project and The Wellness Initiative. Named as Women to Watch by the Denver Business Journal, Stephanie was a founding board member of the Early Childhood Partnership of Adams County and has served on countless boards and committees all for the betterment of children and youth. In addition to her work on behalf of children and families, Stephanie tries to spend as much time as she can hiking trails, breathing on her yoga mat, and watching her own children grow up. Stephanie can be reached at

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Giving FirstThe District 50 Education Foundation supports the schools within District 50 with grants and scholarships. We raise money through a variety of means including Special Events, donations from the Business Community, Charitable Campaign Employee Payroll Contributions, and Memorial and Honor Gifts. We would appreciate any donation made to the Foundation.

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CSFAThe SUPPORT EDUCATION license plate program allows motorists to convey their support for public education in the state of Colorado while financially supporting the Education Foundation for their favorite school district. Proceeds from the license plate sales will go directly to programming support at each Education Foundation. To purchase or learn more about the license program CLICK HERE

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