• The D.C. Everest Area Education Foundation provides financial support for innovative educational programs or creative projects that inspire both teachers and students to achieve excellence.

  • I Can Do the Cube: Rubik’s® Cube

    D.C. Everest Middle School Math Teachers Kelly Ziegelbauer and Barbara Stahota have launched a unique program to teach students about the importance of algorithms, while illustrating the interconnectedness between science, technology, engineering, art/design and math (STEAM) — “I Can Do the Cube: Rubik’s® Cube”. Ziegelbauer and Stahota initiated the program this fall after receiving funding for the project from the DCE Area Education Foundation.

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  •  DCE Performing Arts students working with Theatre Ruminate

    Finding Your Voice: DCE Performing Arts Students Train with Professionals

    While preparing for the upcoming Rock of Ages musical performance, the D.C. Everest Senior High School’s Performing Arts Department had a chance to work with Lindsay Kujawa and Marcus Newton of Theatre Ruminate, a theatrical group that provides professional development opportunities to schools.

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  • Chick Chamber at the D.C. Everest Middle School

    For years, students at the D.C. Everest (DCE) Middle School have enjoyed the annual Chick Chamber — a project in which students monitor the incubation, hatching and growth of chickens. Sadly, the hatch rate began to decline over the years. So the teachers submitted a grant application to the DCE Education Foundation for the purchase of new Chick Chamber materials....

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  • Art Display Boards

    New art display boards generated more traffic for the 2016 IMAGINE Art Show, allowing families and community members better access to student art.

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  • Mission Statement

    The D.C. Everest Education Foundation, Inc. seeks to promote excellence in education through the use of private revenues.