Parsippany Education Foundation, Inc.
For over 25 years, the Parsippany Education Foundation has given back to the students of the Parsippany-Troy Hills school district. Over $450,000 in grants and scholarships have been awarded to our 14 district schools and graduating seniors since 1996.
PEF board members Stella Gizas and Dr. Gayle Strauss presented the Board of Education with a check for $19,880.90 at the January 5, 2023 board meeting. Fourteen grants were approved that ranged in scope from the arts and music to STEM and robotics; from elementary literacy programs to initiatives that enrich our special needs student community. Find a complete list of approved grants here.
$5,000 Parsippany Education Foundation -
Joseph Windish Memorial Scholarship
Sponsored by McCabe, Heidrich & Wong, PC
This year, thanks to a generous donation by McCabe, Heidrich & Wong, PC, the Parsippany Education Foundation awarded a $5,000 scholarship to one graduating senior at each of Parsippany's two high schools. We are proud to announce that the scholarship recipient at PHS for 2023 was Lauren Smith, and the recipient at PHHS was Alexandra Jurow. Congratulations, Lauren and Alexandra, and best of luck in college!
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"Job Exploration for Transition Students"
The Transition Students at Parsippany Hills and Parsippany High School visited Pinspiration in Randolph, New Jersey in February 2023. Students learned about the different jobs and job requirements at an art studio including the daily routine and job expectations. After the presentation, students were able to participate in painting a canvas.
Announcements & Upcoming Events
The Foundation raises funds throughout the year by hosting various events and through generous donations from Corporate and Community Members.
How you can help
The Foundation is a listed recipient of the United Way of Morris County and participates in Blue Foundry Bank's Community Alliance Program (CAP). Since we are a 501(c)(3) non-profit educational organization, tax-deductible donations to the Foundation may be matched by corporations as well. Please check with your employer.
Direct donations are very appreciated, and can be made via Venmo @ParsippanyEducationFoundation or mailed to:
The Parsippany Education Foundation, Inc. is a non-profit organization established in 1996 to enrich the opportunities and experiences of students in the Parsippany-Troy Hills School District. Its Board of Directors consists of volunteers committed to developing a community of learners. The Foundation awards proposals put forth by the three groups who have direct involvement in the learning process: students, educators, and parents. By encouraging a triadic approach to planning educational innovations, ideas will gain strength since they have the support of all three groups from the onset.