D.C. Everest Area Education Foundation

  • 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.

  •  The virtual reality Immigration and Refugee Experience.

    The Immigrant and Refugee Experience

    This program utilized a variety of Virtual Reality programs that immersed students in a realistic digital scenario, allowing DCE Middle School, Junior High and Senior High students to explore the challenges faced by immigrants and refugees.

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  •  ONE DCE buttons helped build a sense of community

    ONE DCE Project

    Brad Seeley, social studies teacher at D.C. Everest High School, created the ONE DCE Project with the help of AP US History students to foster a strong sense of community by encouraging people to make a difference.

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  • I Can Do the Cube: Rubik’s® Cube

    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

    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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  • Mission Statement

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