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Shopping Spree Fundraiser 2015

Shopping Spree Fundraiser at Buehler’s Medina River Styx The Revere Schools Foundation raised over $5,ooo with the Shopping Spree Fundraiser at Buehler’s.  Two winners were picked to race through the store in 90 seconds to fill their carts. The winners were:   Jen Thompkins (Dan Thompkins was runner) Silvana Laudato (Jeff Burd was runner)   We had a great crowd to support the runners including the Revere Cheerleaders. Thanks for all those that supported the Fundraiser with a special thanks to Read More …

See Something Say Something 2015

See Something, Say Something The third week in October was designated nationwide as “See Something, Say Something” week to promote awareness, educate students and the community, and save lives.  The RSF once again sponsored the See Something / Say Something campaign with the purchase of magnets to be distributed to all the students in the district to remind them of how important it is to speak up if something does not seem right.

STEM Teacher’s Grant 2015

 STEM Teachers Grant RSF has awarded a Teacher’s Grant to Ms. Coen and Mrs Bare of the Bath Elementary School.  The Grantwill help fund a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) program at the Bath Elementary School. The Bath School STEM committee will be initiating a STEM learning model throughout the school.   Rather than STEM as an add-on class or a class for select students to participate, the School will integrate STEM -prepared modules ino the present core science classes.  The program will incorporate Science, Math, Read More …

See Something Say Something 2014

See Something, Say Something Revere Schools Foundation hosted a poster contest for students to design a poster that showed what See Something, Say Something means to them.  One poster per school was selected and the winner received a Chromebook.  The winning designs now hang in each school  and a banner was created that shows all 4 designs.  This banner is also hung at each School. All four winners received new Chrome books as their prize.  Students have been taught that when they Read More …