Annual Report - MSD Washington Township | Indianapolis

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Annual Report - MSD Washington Township | Indianapolis
2012 - 2013
Annual Report
. . . a private commitment
to public education.
Board of Directors 2013-2014
Timothy D. George
President
Kristin J. Cudahy
President-Elect
Dena Rae Hancock
V.P. Development
Thomas A. Oestreich
V.P. Grants
Rebecca B. Volk
V.P. Communication
Cathi T. Wineland
Secretary
Michael P. Manion
Treasurer
Kathryn M. Null
Ass’t. Treasurer
C. Perry Griffith, Jr.
Past President
Elizabeth B.
Biederstedt
Daniel L. Boots
Elizabeth S. Calkins
Stephen N. Combs
Pamela A. Cooper
Pamela G. Freese
Deirdre George Davis
Brian L. Henry
Tracey Horth Krueger
Pamela J. Klein
James B. Lootens
Leisa J. Merrell
Susan R. Ross
Robert E. Saint
James A. Schellinger
Donna Schmahl
Randall T. Stephens
Lee A. Vriesman
Suzanne M. Zybert
Dr. Alan Dinner
EX-OFFICIO
Wanda Spann Roddy
School Board
Anne B. Hair
Leigh D. Lazaron
Ryan Malone
Parent Council
Catherine G. Mossler
Tony Ritchey
NCHS Alumni
Association
Jennifer M. Sanner
Honorary
Nikki C. Woodson, Ph.D
Superintendent
Virginia S. Hacker
Sr. Executive
Director
Emily W. Kaiser
Associate Director
Kathleen R. Levine
Executive Assistant
Past Presidents of WTSF
1986-1987. . . . . . . . . . Jerry Moss
1987-1988. . . . . . . . . . Art Angotti
1988-1989. . . . . . . . . Randy Seger
1989-1990. . . . . . . . . . Jane Stone
1990-1991. . . . . . . Bruce Hazelett
1991-1992. . . . . . . . . David Allen
1992-1993. . . . . . . . . . Bob Everitt
1993-1994. . . . . . . . Jamie Schulte
1994-1995. . . . . . . . Jamie Schulte
1995-1996. . . . . . . . . . Anne Riley
1996-1997. . . . . . . . . . Mike Wells
1997-1998. . . . . . . . . Dick Kraege
1998-1999. . . . . . . . Linda Cantor
1999-2000. . . . . . . . . Carol Burns
2000-2001. . . . . Sarah McNaught
2001-2002. . . . . . . . . . Jim Leland
2002-2003. . . **Jim Kleinschmidt
2003-2004. . . . . . . . Steve Sanner
2004-2005. . . . . . . . Sara Lootens
2005-2006. . . . . . . . . . Steve Pratt
2006-2007. . . . . . Dave Sternberg
2007-2008. . . . . . . Katy McMurray
2008-2009. . . . . . . Dwayne Isaacs
2009-2010. . . . . Carrie Cagnassola
2010-2011. . . . . . . . . Robert Scott
2011-2012. . . . . . . . . Kris Cudahy
2012-2013. . . . . . . . Perry Griffith
**Deceased
From the 2012-2013 President
Greetings,
It is with deep appreciation that I would
like to thank all of you who supported the
Washington Township Schools Foundation
this year. For those who have supported us
in the past, thank you as well. The good work
the WTSF does with your valuable gifts is far
reaching. Please know the committed and
capable members of the Foundation’s Board
of Directors are very careful stewards of the
gifts we receive. At each board meeting I
was continually amazed and thankful for so
many wonderful people focused on the task
Incoming president Tim George, sr. executive director
of supporting our schools.
Ginny Hacker, outgoing president Perry Griffith, and
Change happens in all organizations and executive director Jennifer Sanner
this year the Foundation was no exception.
Our Executive Director Jennifer Sanner, after many years of dedicated service, left the
Foundation to pursue other interests. For those of you who know Jennifer you know she
was tireless in her job and representing the Foundation in the community. To recognize her
service and value the Board created a new position as an Honorary Member.
As we say goodbye to Jennifer, we say hello to Emily Kaiser our new Associate Director, and
Kathy Levine, our new Executive Assistant. Emily has a background in corporate design,
teaching and fundraising. Her Husband, Matt, is principal of Eastwood Middle School. They
have two kids in MSDWT schools. Kathy is the recently retired Principal of Fox Hill Elementary
School. She and her husband, Sandy, have four NCHS grads.
We have made great strides with the IB Campaign. Our goal is $1,000,000. We have just a little
bit more to go to achieve our goal. I am so grateful to all of you who have supported this
extremely important initiative. If you haven’t yet and would like to hear more about it, please
call Ginny Hacker or me and we would be delighted to visit with you.
The future of the Foundation is secure with Ginny Hacker at the helm and President-elect
Tim George in place. It has been my pleasure to serve with the staff, our foundation board
members, the MSDWT administration and School Board members.
Perry Griffith
Claire NC ‘12 | Board President 2012-2013
President’s
Award 2013
As the recipient of the highest award given
by Foundation President Perry Griffith, Kris Cudahy
is a more than worthy recipient. Having served 3 years on the executive committee
as president elect, president and immediate past president, Kris also found time to serve as
entertainment coordinator for the BASH and frequent office help.
“This award is given annually to a member of the Board of Directors for wise counsel
and dedicated service to advance the mission of the Foundation.”
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How We Raise Dollars
With thousands of contributions through the Annual Fund, Designated Gifts,
Scholarships, Memorial and Honor donations, Buy-a-Brick, Thank-a-Teacher,
the BASH and the Great North Run, we have funded nearly $4 million in grants,
designated gifts, scholarships and program support since 1985. Donations for
each category can be made online at www.wtsfoundation.org.
ANNUAL FUND
This unrestricted way of giving to the Foundation
serves as the largest revenue stream for funding
grants and programs. Donor names who have
given to the Annual Fund are bolded in the list
of Foundation Contributors.
DESIGNATED GIFTS
Often a donor will recognize a need in a school
and contribute directly to that program or
classroom need. Gifts from this year are listed
elsewhere in this book.
ENDOWED FUNDS
Visionary donors often give to a school PTO
endowment that supports “direct need to
students.” Other endowed funds include: the
North Central Counterpoints, Band, Orchestra
and Men’s Soccer, NC Athletic Booster Club.
MEMORIAL AND HONOR GIFTS
The Foundation offers this opportunity to
remember and celebrate special people.
BUY-A-BRICK
Inscribed bricks are located at the entrance to
the North Central High School football stadium.
It has grown to be an archival history of
Washington Township. Each new inscription
and donor is listed elsewhere in this book.
THANK-A-TEACHER
Thank-a-Teacher recognizes and expresses
gratitude to outstanding teachers and staff
members in Washington Township. Donations
have honored many deserving teachers,
coaches, aides, administrators, secretaries and
bus drivers.
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Special Events
The Foundation sponsors two fundraising events to encourage support of
Washington Township Schools. The events are open to everyone and help
build stronger relationships within our community. Our gratitude goes to the
many sponsors and volunteers who support, plan and help stage these events.
FALL BASH
ENERGIZING EDUCATION
Thanks to City Securities, Central Security &
Communications Systems, Skillman Corporation, and Warnecke Investments, hundreds
of Washington Township loyal people enjoyed a
great evening of dinner, entertainment and auction fundraising at Montage in
November of 2013. Our guest speakers at the pre-party event were two project
directors, Cheryl Jacklin and Peggy Schuh sharing their successful grant,
“Master Teachers as Coaches.” The very successful event was chaired by Pam
Klein and Auction Tri-Chairs, Leigh Lazaron, Kim Laurin, Betsy Beiderstedt,
along with an able committee of Becky Volk, Pam Cooper, Kris Cudahy, Liz
Calkins, Karri Alberti, Lisa Butler, Marcia Ford, Amy Isaacs, Kathy Null,Lorrie
Pavlack, Melissa Saint, Deirdre George Davis, Leisa Merrell, Kathy Null,
Cathi Wineland, Donna Schmahl, Kris Cudahy, Pam Freese, Susan
Haskell,Janice Johnson, Anita Victorian Long, Roxy Sullivan, Cynthia
Weiner, and Matt Whitt.
THE GREAT NORTH RUN
Held March 9, 2013, a gorgeous day greeted a
record number of runners and walkers at North
Central High School. Celebrating 10 years, we
welcomed past chairmen to be the honorary
starters of the 1K, 5K, and 10K walk-run event
that registered 1600 people. Thanks to our major sponsors, City Securities,
Central Security & Communications Systems, Skillman Corporation, and
Warnecke Investments, cash prizes were awarded to the top 3 male and
female finishers overall, with trophies to each of the 3 boys and girls in ages
13-18. Ribbons were given to the younger set. Chaired by Stacy Lozer and
Fitness Fair Chair Suzanne Zybert, their small group pulled off a big event!
Partnering with the MSDWT Wellness Committee, the Fitness Fair (becoming
known as the “after party”) included demonstrations, nutritious food samples,
NC Spirit Shop and representatives from the North Central High School Alumni
Association.
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What We Do
Focus Areas of the Foundation
CLASSROOM AND DISTRICT PROGRAM GRANTS
Over $160,000 in gifts were directed grants to enhance creative and innovative
programs in the 2012-2013 school year. Grants are submitted in September and
January and thoroughly reviewed by a committee of the Board of Directors.
Applications are available online at wtsfoundation.org and are accepted from
teachers, administrators, parents, and students with a faculty sponsor. Every one
of the 11,000 students in Washington Township has been touched by a grant.
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
FOR FACULTY
Up to 35% of the grant budget
provides valuable extra training
for departments, teams, grade
levels or other groups. Your gifts
support continuing education for
faculty and make a dramatic impact
on the quality of education offered
in Washington Township. Currently,
the K-12 International Baccalaureate
Initiative is making transformational
and systemic changes that enhance
the teaching and learning for all
Washington Township students. rs as Coaches
Master Teache
Having hosted the International Baccalaureate Diploma Program for more
than 20 years, the District proudly announced the authorization all of its
elementary schools as IB World Schools. The middle school (Middle Years
Program) and freshman and sophomore students at NC are candidates for IB
authorization. Washington Township is the first K-12 district-wide IB program
effort in the State of Indiana. The IB K-12 Initiative is such a significant step out
of the mainstream of educational planning that the Foundation committed
$400,000 of support for faculty professional development over an eight year
period through 2016.
ADVANCED PLACEMENT AND INTERNATIONAL
BACCALAUREATE TESTING
Since 2000, the Foundation has committed to subsidize AP and IB testing
fees, enabling many more students to take the exams than would otherwise
have been possible. The Advanced Placement (AP) program offers externally
assessed college level curriculum for North Central students through 28
courses. Since 2009, the WTSF commitment has been $10,000 each year and
a College Credit Endowment was created by some visionary donors to
support this funding.
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PANTHERQUEST
PantherQuest (PQ) is a series of four, one-day orientation camps for incoming
North Central High School students. Led by dynamic students and faculty
members, the freshmen learn about their new building, their school culture and
traditions, important issues facing high school students, and how to have fun
in their new environment. Funding an annual $10,000, the WTSF considers PQ
a focus area of interest and has provided the opportunity for the students and
faculty members to annually attend a Leadership Training at Camp Tecumseh.
ADVANCEMENT VIA INDIVIDUAL DETERMINATION – AVID
AVID targets so-called average students in middle and high school who neither
are making any waves, nor reaching their potential. At six through grade
twelve, the AVID program has very exciting success stories. AVID has been a
focus area since 2005.
NORTH CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL OPEN HOUSE
Recognizing the competition for quality students who live both in and out
of district, North Central PTO hosts this annual afternoon event on the first
Sunday in November inviting the public to “take a closer look.” Underwritten
by WTSF, invitations are sent to all incoming 8th graders and parents to attend
this showcase of curricular and extra-curricular offerings. Personal tours, 30
informational tables, choir performances, and many department chairs and
coaches are included to present the many opportunities available at one of the
top high schools in the State.
END OF YEAR FACULTY RECOGNITION
Support for faculty recognition is made possible by the Thank-a-Teacher
program.
DONORSCHOOSE.ORG
The WTSF $15,000 challenge was
leveraged by donor dollars from
all over the USA to fund projects in
WT classrooms. When contributions
from anonymous donors (from
all over the country) half-fund a
project, the other 50% is matched
by WTSF grant dollars through
Double Your Impact. We think of it
as free money for our classrooms.
The Night Cros
sing donorscho
ose.org
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Where It Went...
‘12 - ‘13
‘11 - ‘12
‘10 - ‘11
‘09 - ‘10
‘08 - ‘09
‘07 - ‘08
‘06 - ‘07
‘05 - ‘06
‘04 - ‘05
‘03 - ‘04
‘02 - ‘03
‘01 - ‘02
‘00 - ‘01
‘99 - ‘00
‘98 - ‘99
‘96
‘97 - ‘98
‘95
‘94
‘93
‘92
‘91
‘90
‘89
‘88
‘87
Foundation Giving by Year
The Foundation awarded $5,940 in its first round of
1986
grants. International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme
implemented at North Central High School.
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Total 1986 - Fiscal Year Ending 2013
Hilltop & J.Everett Light
$96,771
Allisonville Elementary
$84,425
Crooked Creek Elementary
$148,509
Fox Hill Elementary
$138,096
Greenbriar Elementary
$95,436
John Strange Elementary
$87,474
Nora Elementary
$124,837
Spring Mill Elementary
$89,854
Eastwood Middle School
$106,100
Northview Middle School
$86,423
Westlane Middle School
$130,244
North Central High School
$399,576
CEC / District *
$560,128
Grants
$2,147,878
Professional Development
$696,194
Other Totals
Designated Gifts $709,689
Scholarships/Endowed
Disbursements $29,820
Challenge Grants $80,000
Celebration Dinner $14,881
IB / AP Support $60,000
District Promotion $122,200
Pantherquest $60,000
NC Open House $9,000
Program Support: $266,081
TOTAL $1,085,590
Grand Total
since 1985
TOTAL $2,844,072
*includes closed schools
The Foundation awarded $8,744 in grants. Thank-a-Teacher
1987
was created to honor teachers and staff members. Class of
2000 entered kindergarten.
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International Baccalaureate Campaign
Listed below are gifts made on pledges to the International
Baccalaureate Initiative. On track to be the first public school district
in the State of Indiana to implement inquiry-based teaching in K-12
classrooms, these visionary donors recognize the value in setting
Washington Township Schools apart from all the rest.
Anonymous
Subha Balagopal
Tom & Adel Barry
Erica Beard
Kimbra Becker
Dave & Bobbie Blachly
Dan & Valerie Boots
Eric Boschmann & Jennifer Miller
Brightpoint Charitable Fund
Angela Britain-Smith
Rob Caito & Dena Rae Hancock
Lou & Linda Cantor
The Lotus Fund
The Lotus II Fund
Dwight & Ann Chernish
Amy Clark
Cassandra Coles
Steve & Sarah Combs
Terry & Kristin Cudahy
Alan & Anne Dinner
Rick Doss & Maureen
Marshall-Doss
Tony & Jennifer Dzwonar
Joe & Marcia Erne
Sheila Ewing
Rick & Karol Farrell
Wade & Kaki Garard
Jarrod Gatlin
Tim & Amy George
Jeremy Gondol
Griffith Family Foundation
Bill & Ginny Hacker
Jay & Lisa Hill
Lynn Hower
Scott & Cheryl Jacklin
Bob & Judith James
Matt & Emily Kaiser
Don & Grace Kite
Dick & Anne Kraege
Jere & Tracey Krueger
Dick & Lucinda Lautz
Sandy & Kathy Levine
Joe Licata
Jim & Sara Lootens
Mike & Sarah Manion
Steve Mannheimer &
Wendy Sommers
Mac & Sarah McNaught
Tina Merriweather
Jim & Ginny Mervilde
Mike Miedema
Ryan & Natasha Mikus
Jon & Tamara Milleman
Soumi Mukhopadhyay
John & Kathy Null
Jared & Kimberly Piper
Steve & Jane Pratt
Jim & Leigh Purcell
Tom & Marsha Reynolds
John & Susan Risk
George Roddy &
Wanda Spann Roddy
John & Susie Ross
Bob & Melissa Saint
Jeff & Donna Schmahl
Frederick & Kathryn Shorter
Allyson Smith
Phil & Katy Smith
SPM Foundation
William & Laurie Turner
Amber Walters
Rob & Cathi Wineland
Nikki Woodson
Shawn Wright-Browner
Daryle & Suzanne Zybert
The Foundation awarded nearly $20,000 in grants. French
1988
and Spanish were expanded to 7th grades. Inaugural tennis
fundraising event was held.
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SCHOLARSHIPS
H. Dean Evans Scholarship - $1000
Dayna Palma (NC ‘13) Ivy Tech
Dr. Harry Feldman Environmental Scholarship $2,000
Caroline Skulski (NC ‘13) Notre Dame University
Leatherman Family Scholarship $1000
Anna Kelly (NC ‘13) Indiana University
North Central Mens Soccer Scholarship $500
Michael Gallulo(NC ‘13) Indiana University
David Wintermeyer (NC ‘13) Stanford University
Finance Center Federal Credit Union $1,000
Asia Smith (NC’13) Purdue University
Christy and Karin Agness Award $1,000
Women’s Tennis Team Most Valuable Player to Marie Schloneger (NC ’13)
n
Great North Ru
2013
NC Point, Shoo
t, Sing
The Foundation awarded nearly $16,000 in grants. Parents
1989
as First Teachers program was created at John Strange
Elementary School.
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Sponsors We’d Like to Thank...
Contributions from these organizations support our special events. Thanks to
all of them for their generous donations.
Graduate Sponsor
Brightpoint
City Securities
CSO Architects, Inc.
Skillman Corporation
Warnecke Investment Group
Junior Sponsor
Bose McKinney and Evans
Denison Parking, Inc.
Finance Center Federal
Credit Union
Indiana University Health
Ingersoll-Rand
Key Bank
Old National Insurance
Teachers Credit Union
TF Publishing (The Time Factory)
Senior Sponsor
Central Security & Communications
Ramsey & North Mechanical
Services, Inc.
The National Bank of Indianapolis
Sophomore Sponsor
Hillyard Indiana
Katz, Sapper & Miller
KSM Consulting, LLC
Northwestern Mutual
Republic Services, Inc.
Spear Corporation
United HealthCare Services, Inc.
Woodley Farra Manion Portfolio
Management, Inc.
Freshman Sponsor
Bazbeaux
Ellison Electric, Inc.
HP Products Corp.
The Foundation awarded $14,500 in grants. Limited Choice
1990
program was implemented. Dr. Eugene White was named
principal of North Central High School.
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Designated Gifts
The Foundation offers many ways for generous donors to support projects of
interest to them. The following donors have made visionary commitments that
will have a lasting impact on students and teachers throughout Washington
Township. For information on the projects or how to donate, please call the
Foundation Office at 845-9400.
Mitch & Sandy Roob
Elizabeth Ruben
Carl & Dorothy Rubis
Paul & Carrie Schuler
Bob & Denise Silbert
Adra Wheeler
Sam Rhinesmith NC Band
Endowment $12,138
Chairs
ders & Auction
Happy BASH Bid Betsy Biederstedt
d
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n
uri
La
Kim
North Central College Credit
Endowment $5,600
Anonymous
Gordon & Celia Bruder
Ted & Pam Cummins
Lee & Beverly Learman
John & Susan Risk
Jeff & Cassandra Short
Susan Symmes Wichser
Chris, Carrie & Alexis Wood
Paul & Liz Calkins
Jim & Sara Lootens
Lois Stewart
Richard Dennis NC
Orchestra Endowment $875
Kent & Barbara Alder
Erv & Priscilla Boschmann
Laura Derrickson
Greg & Theresa Duwe
Matt & Elizabeth Garvey
Steve & Elaine Kleifgen
Onita Mayfield
Earl & Carol MIller
Nancy Quest
John & Susan Risk
NC PantherQue
st
The Foundation awarded $15,500 in grants. NC Hall of Fame
1991
was started and North Central was named “Best High School
in Indiana” by Redbook Magazine.
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Designated Gifts (continued)
North Central Men’s Soccer
Scholarship Fund $5,850
Scott & Jessica Campbell
Bret & Becky Heerema
David & Susan Howard
Eric & Holly Lee
Virgil & Kitzi Love
Lorraine Mills
North Central Soccer Club
Mitchell & Rebecca Pfeiffer
North Central Alumni
Association Endowment
$10,000
NCHS Alumni Association
North Central Cross Country
Course $12,885
Nick Applegate
Dave, Sharon, Andrew &
Jonathan Baldwin
Van & Joan Bareither
Christopher Boggs
Gordon & Celia Bruder
Laurel Crutchfield
William & Nancy Dynes
Tony & Jennifer Dzwonar
William Farkas
The Fox Family
Girls 2012 NCXC Team
Mark Grosskopf
Bill & Phyllis Groth
David & Laura Guntz
Braden Hayes
Jeff Hunter & Anne Weinheimer
Mike Kuebler
W. R. Long
Thomas Mote
Multiple
NCHS Men’s Cross Country Team
Andrew Pike
Robert Pruitt
Mark & Becky Ristow
Satterly Family
Greg Schahet
Gregory Schlegel
Jeff & Donna Schmahl
Chris & Jane Seigel
James S. Skinner
Larry Cripe & Mimi Jacobs
Frederick & Helen Stehman
Randall & Tanya Stephens
Lois Stewart
Ted Stimson
Rick Weinheimer
Ethan M Wellin
John & Susan Whitaker
Steve & Judi Willem
Dick & Kim Young
NCHS Athletic Department
Championship Banners
$1,000
Kent and Carolyn Agness
New Teacher Luncheon
$1000
The Skillman Corporation
Challenge Day for
Eastwood, Northview and
Westlane Middle Schools
$9,800
Bose, McKinney & Evans LLP
Earl Harris Trust
Herff Jones
Teacher’s Credit Union
Foundation awarded $21,000 in grants. Fox Hill
1992 The
Elementary School opened on the west side of the District.
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NCHS Counterpoints
Endowment $3,270
Jill Archibald
Merri Cascio
The Dietrick Family
Tony & Jennifer Dzwonar
Rob Friedman & Mindy
Hutchinson
Greg & Rosemary Jordan
Kevin Krulewitch &
Rosanne Ammirati
The MacDougall Family
David & Betty Jane Mills
Nancy Ann Morris
K. Ann Mortier
Pamela Riggins
John & Susan Risk
Hemant & Christine Sabharwal
Brent, Debbie JB,
Scott & Annie Smith
Gifts to Crooked Creek in Honor
of Sally Thruston
Lee Beasley
Richard & Nadine Bonds
Bonnie Crowson
Susie Davie
Mamie Davis
Joan Detmer
Nettie Dixon
Cloice & Betty Dotson
Phyllis Dowe
Collette Duvalle
Amanda Gordon
Elizabeth Grady
Luther Hall
Alicia Harrison
Marguerite Hart
Barbara Hill
Flossie Holloway
Leslie & Cornelia House
Jana Irish
Edna Luney
Shirley Lynch
William & Geraldine Malone
John & Chong Mason
Juanita Mitchell
Stacey Moore
Muriithi Murage
Wambui Gathirua Mwangi
J. Mwihaki Njau & Kariuki Murage
John Penix
Ethel Lee Penquite
George Roddy &
Wanda Spann Roddy
William Shively
Nancy Strange
Bill Gulde, Needy AP
Students $1,000
Dick Curtis
Grant at FH for “A Balanced
Classroom” $883
Julie A. Sambol Memorial Fund
Learning Under the Sun
$2,250
Jonte & Star Taylor
LTEC Conference
Sponsorship $1,000
Herff Jones / Nystrom
NC Women’s Tennis
Uniforms $2,500
Mary L. Furscott Charitable
Foundation
NCHS Alumni Association
Endowment $2,500
NCHS Class of 1970
Foundation awarded $22,500 in grants. The first Faculty
1993 The
and Staff Night Live fundraiser was held.
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Designated Gifts (continued)
NCHS Boys & Girls
Basketball Teams $7,500
Teacher’s Credit Union
Scholarship $2,000
NCHS Girls Basketball
$1,000
The following designated
gifts were $500 or less:
Scott A. Jones Foundation, Inc.
Amber Harris
Northview Middle School
Power Hour $15,000
Lotus II Fund
Sputh Scholarship Fund
$7,250
Captain Carl Sputh
Captain Ryan Sputh
NCHS Wi-Fi on Busses
$5,600
Carol Paik
Scott A. Jones Foundation, Inc.
William & Karen Shirrell
Summer in the City $8,000
Teacher’s Credit Union
Allisonville Elementary School
Scott Larrimer & Erin Day
Greenbriar PTO
Edward Curtis & Regan Zwald
North Central Dance Department
John & Val Wareham
North Central PTO Endowment
Cummings Family
North Central Publications
Caitlin Carroll & Ellen Pactor
Northview Orchestra Program
Barbara Stillwell &
Ramon Duncan
Student Programs
Business Services
Westlane PTO Endowment
Ed & Karen Harper
Hoover Family Foundation
Lilly Endowment, Inc.
Will Lawrance Legacy Art
Fund $19,200
Care For Kids Foundation, Inc.
WTSF Endowment $1,250
David Weir
Jeen Jager & Michelle Shwery
NC Living Histor
y
The Foundation awarded nearly $21,500 in grants. HOOPS
1994
3-on-3 Basketball Tournament kicked off. Dr. White was
named Superintendent of MSDWT.
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Thank-a-Teacher
This recognition expresses gratitude to and recognition of outstanding
teachers, coaches, administrators, secretaries and bus drivers. Donate online
at www.wtsfoundation.org or donation cards are available at the H. Dean
Evans Community & Education Center at 8550 Woodfield Crossing Blvd.,
Indianapolis, IN 46240.
Cristina Abbott
Jennifer Abell
Amia Adams
Lisa Alexander
Anne Anderson
Kathy Arduini
Steve Auslander
Mrs. Baksa
Janice Baldwin
Sally Ball
Mr. Barker (Wiehe student teacher)
Scott Bauserman
Erica Beard
Shelley Boeglin
Bob Boekankamp
Mary Beth Borkowski
Stephanie Bower
Janet Bracher
Evans Branigan
Heather Branigan
Nick Brewer
Rachel Briscoe
William Broderick
Kathy Brown
Stephanie Bui
Bus #31 Driver
Bus #47 Driver
Bus #48 Driver
Patty Camp
Sherri Campbell
Mrs. Campbell
LeRoy Castle
Marie Chorpenning
CC
CC
AV
WL
WL
JS
AV
WL
WL
SM
NC
WL
AV
NC
WL
NC
AV
NO
NC
WL
WL
CEC
NC
JS
CC
NC
CC
WL
CEC
WL
CC
NC
NC
Joseph Cohen
Ken Cox
Callie Crawford
Crooked Creek
Cafeteria Staff
Crooked Creek
Office Staff
Bridget Davenport
Leslie Decker
Brett England
Karol Farrell
Melissa Fitch
Michelle Fleming
Hilllary Freeman
Ms. Fuller
Jana Galicia
Karen Gartner
Tim Gee
Megan Gentry
Craig Ghormley
Susan Gilchrist
Joe Giordano
Andrea Gollnick
Adam Goodman
Fletcher Graham
Rick Granlund
Sally Gray
Karen Gropp
Ginny Hacker
Caitlin Harcharik
Tammy Hardy
Susan Haskell
Jill Hatcher
Health Center
NC
WL
SM
CC
CC
WL
NC
NC
CEC
FH
NC
WL
AV
FH
WL
WL
SM
NC
AV
NC
WL
WL
SM
NC
JS
FH
CEC
WL
FH
FH
SM
NC
The Foundation awarded nearly $27,500 in grants. First-ever
1995
five-year strategic District plan was adopted. CE Quandt was
named principal of North Central High School.
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Thank-a-Teacher (continued)
Steve Herman
Debby Hillburn
Shannon Hodgens
Andy Hodson
Emily Hodson
Chris Holmes
Becky Hoog
NC
NC
WL
NC
AV
WL
JS
Board Games
Joanne Hughes
Patricia Hunter
Amy Hwang
Tony Jacklin
Karin Jacob
John Strange
Front Desk Staff
Sharon Johnston
Leanne Kabrich
Jackie Kaiser
Nathan Keith
Pamela Kendrick
Barbi Kern
Chris Knestrick
Tim Kuskye
Clover Lacy
Louisa LaGrotto
Roya Laghaie
NC
GB
WL
NC
AV
JS
CC
NC
CC
WL
FH
NC
FH
CC
JS
WL
CEC
Linda Lawrence
WL
Kristina Leonardo
SM
Julie Lowe
SM
Lisa Luedeman
NO
Mona Mallin
SM
Kim Matsuoka
JS
Carol Mattson
Bus
Holly May
WL
Julie McCabe
CEC
Phil McIntyre
NC
Bob McLeaish
CC
Kristi Meinert
NC
Kellee Merritt
JS
Mike Miedema
NC
Doc Miller
NC
Rebecca Miller
FH
Rusty Miller
WL
Ashley Monroe
WL
Cindy Moore
SM
Bobby Moss Bus #73
Erin Murphy
JS
Tomoe Nakamura
NC
Corinne Neff
WL
Nora Grade 1 teachers
NO
Nora Grade 3 teachers
NO
Melissa Nye
JS
Monica Ouedraogo
WL
Erica Oliver
JS
Matt Panzer
NC
Kathy Parrish
AV
Anat Pinsky
FH
Kimberly Piper
CC
Bill Pitcock
WL
Mike Pomerenke
AV
Jasmin Porter
JS
Edi Powell
HT
Eric Pugh
JS
Amy Resler
AV
Linda Robb
NC
Kathleen Robbins
GB
Kim Rogers
WL
The Foundation awarded $38,000 in grants.
1996
A $500,000 Challenge Grant was offered by Lilly Endowment.
The renovation and rededication of North Central and the J. Everett Light
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Career Center was completed. The Foundation Plaza was dedicated and
the Foundation hired Ginny Hacker as Executive Director.
Jeff Rohrick
Natalie Rowe
Jill Russell
Mr. Ruter
Jennifer Sanner
Laura Sellars
Dixie Shrock
Megan Shuck
Beth Simpson
Jocelyn Sisson
Allyson Smith
Victoria Smith
Mrs. Srour
Rich Stolt
Nita Stout
Rick Stover
Ms. Sue (Bus #118 driver)
Kelly Sweeney
James Tallman
NC
SM
SM
WL
CEC
WL
GB
CC
WL
NC
CEC
CC
FH
AV
NC
NC
JS
CC
NC
Mrs. Taylor
Sharon Thiems
Kristen Vannatta
Jerry Vaughn
Chris Vermillion
Ed Vischak
Steve Walker
Patsy Watkins
Sonya Weber
Pamela Weiger
Pat Wiehe
Courtney Williams
Paula Williams
Nikki Woodson
Crystal Wright
Ling Yang
Tim Yarling
CC
WL
CC
JS
NC
WL
AV
SM
JS
AV
NC
NC
CEC
CEC
JS
WL
NC
The Foundation awarded $29,000 in grants. The Endowment
1997
Campaign was kicked off with a $500,000 goal. The Promise
of Education Scholarship raffle and Tee Up FORE Kids began. Allisonville
Elementary was named a National Blue Ribbon School. Astronaut David
Wolfe (NC ’74) visited his alma mater. Nate Jones was named a Milken
Educator Award.
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Buy-A-Brick
Inscribed bricks are placed in the Foundation
Plaza located outside the North Central High
School football stadium. It has become an
archival history of Washington Township with
many memories preserved. The newest bricks
listed here are located by quadrant.
LIVE LAUGH LOVE
KENT BARB HAYLEY
AND SAM ALDER
Kent & Barb Alder - 42
JAN LINGEMAN BABCOCK
CLASS OF 1969
Jan Lingeman Babcock - 42
DR. SHEILA EWING DIRECTOR
OF CURRICULUM-GRANTS AND
ASSESSMENTS 1992 - 2013
Board of Education - 42
CONNER BROOKS CLASS OF 2012
David & Susan Brooks - 43
THE GILCHRISTS
SUSAN & PAUL
ASHLEY ROSS KYLE
Becky Coffey - 43
THE DINNER FAMILY
ALAN ANNE JOSHUA CHELSEA
Alan & Anne Dinner - 43
BARRY MITCHELL
EASTWOOD TEACHER 21 YEARS
Eastwood Middle School - 44
CARLA SHADIOW
EASTWOOD TEACHER 41 YEARS
Eastwood Middle School - 45
LUCY SKELTON
EASTWOOD TEACHER 39 YEARS
Eastwood Middle School - 45
TIM STONE
EASTWOOD TEACHER 33 YEARS
Eastwood Middle School - 45
RICK WEBB
EASTWOOD TEACHER 27 YEARS
Eastwood Middle School - 45
IN MEMORY OF H. DEAN EVANS
Vera Evans - 51
IN MEMORY OF H. DEAN EVANS
Vera Evans - 59
BRUCE BOLING
EASTWOOD TEACHER 37 YEARS
Eastwood Middle School - 44
JERALD E GREENWOOD
APRIL 2, 1953 DUST IN THE WIND
Jerald Greenwood - 51
MAUREEN GARDNER
EASTWOOD TEACHER 20 YEARS
Eastwood Middle School - 44
LOIS BRUMMER HANDY 1965 HONORS MILT & JO BRUMMER
Lois Elaine Brummer Handy - 51
The Foundation awarded $31,630 in grants. The Endowment
1998
Campaign exceeded the goal and raised $687,000 to create
a $1.5 million endowment. The first Celebration Dinner was held for faculty
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and staff. The Washington Township website was launched at www.
msdwt.k12.in.us.
BRIAN / SHEILA HENRY 1990
Brian & Sheila Henry - 52
GLENDA RITZ
WTEA PRESIDENT 1987 - 2012
Barb King - 52
JESSE LOUDEN CLASS OF 2012
Denise Louden - 52
RACHEL LOUDEN CLASS OF 2005
Denise Louden - 52
KEMP R. HARSHMAN 1967
HALL OF FAME
NCHS Alumni Assn. - HF
DENISE K. LARUE 1976
HALL OF FAME
NCHS Alumni Assn. - HF
DERRICK B. MAYES 1992
HALL OF FAME
NCHS Alumni Assn. - HF
BILL MESSER OUR SUPERHERO
ARTIST, TEACHER AND FRIEND
1951 - 2013
NCHS Special Education - 53
MARILYN BEELER SPECIAL
EDUCATION 1980 - 2013
North Central PTO - 54
SUE BLOSS WORLD LANGUAGE
1997 - 2013
North Central PTO - 54
ZACHARY W. BROWN CLASS OF
2013 GIVEN BY NCHS PTO
North Central PTO - 54
JERRY FUELLING SCIENCE
1989 - 2013
North Central PTO - 54
CAMERON J. GORE CLASS OF 2012
GIVEN BY NCHS PTO
North Central PTO - 55
DAN HOWELL
VISUAL ARTS 1974 - 2013
North Central PTO - 55
ED JONES
MATHEMATICS 1988 - 2013
North Central PTO - 55
KATHLEEN LATTIMER
WORLD LANGUAGE 1975 - 2013
North Central PTO - 55
SUE POULOS
SPECIAL EDUCATION 1970 - 2013
North Central PTO - 56
RICK STOVER
MATHEMATICS 1981 - 2013
North Central PTO - 56
PAT WIEHE
PERFORMING ARTS 1975 - 2013
North Central PTO - 56
DOUG WILSON
SCIENCE 1983 - 2013
North Central PTO - 56
The Foundation awarded nearly $60,000 in grants. The
1999
Committee for District Improvement was organized. A Policy
on Character and Values was adopted by the Board of Education.
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Buy-A-Brick (continued)
ED COLEMAN THANKS FOR
YOUR DEDICATION! BEST WISHES
FROM NC PTO AND WTSF
North Central PTO and WTSF - 57
CHARLIE ORZESKE ‘13
LARRY ORZESKE ‘08
MAGGIEE ORZESKE ‘06
Don & Julia Orzeske - 57
CLAIRE REIFEIS 2016
Rick & Jenny Reifeis - 57
IN MEMORY OF 1980 RODNEY
FRENZEL LOVE YOUR NC CLASS
NC Class of 1980 - 51
IN MEMORY OF 1980 JON
HEFFERNAN LOVE YOUR NC CLASS
NC Class of 1980 - 51
IN MEMORY OF 1980 ARLETTA
JEFFERSON LOVE YOUR NC CLASS
NC Class of 1980 - 51
JANE Y SUH CLASS OF 1988
Jane Y (Suh) Stoltzfus - 58
IN MEMORY OF 1980 BRIAN JONES
FRENZEL LOVE YOUR NC CLASS
NC Class of 1980 - 51
FROM A LUNCH LINE TO A
LIFETIME . . . - K & D STRICKLAND
David & Kate Strickland - 58
IN MEMORY OF 1980 KEVIN
KILLION LOVE YOUR NC CLASS
NC Class of 1980 - 51
IN MEMORY OF DR. SHEILA EWING
2013 SUPERINTENDENT’S CABINET
Superintendent’s Cabinet - 59
IN MEMORY OF 1980 TODD
KLEMME LOVE YOUR NC CLASS
NC Class of 1980 - 51
CHRIS, CARRIE, & ALEXIS WOOD
FRESHMAN YEAR
Chris & Carrie Wood - 59
IN MEMORY OF 1980 MICHAEL
MANLEY LOVE YOUR NC CLASS
NC Class of 1980 - 51
COACH JONES #1 J KRESS
John Kress - 48
KEMP R. HARSHMAN 1967
HALL OF FAME
NCHS Alumni Association - 29
J PORTER THANKS JAMES
John Kress - 48
M BEELER I DID IT JJ
John Kress - 48
Thank you to the
NC BRIDGE students for help
inserting new bricks.
DERRICK B. MAYES 1992
HALL OF FAME
NCHS Alumni Association - 29
DENISE K. LARUE 1976
HALL OF FAME
NCHS Alumni Association - 29
The Foundation awarded $85,600 in grants. The Class of
2000
2000 graduated. The North Central college counselor position
was created. Bart Peterson (N ’76) was sworn in as Mayor of Indianapolis.
Administrative offices relocated in to the Community & Education Center.
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Those We Honor...
Honor gifts are a special way to remember an important person in your family,
workplace or community. Gifts may be made online at www.wtsfoundation.org.
In Honor of Hayley Alder
Kent & Barbara Alder
In Honor of Jill Archibald
Justin Davis
Edward & Laurie Freeman
Elisabeth Kline
In Honor of Andrew Baldwin
(NC ‘03)
Dave & Sharon Baldwin
In Honor of Jonathan
Baldwin (NC ‘07)
Dave & Sharon Baldwin
In Honor of Beth Curtis
Debra Jacobs
In Honor of Denny Dodson
Mike Kuebler
In Honor of Rick Granlund
Ed & Jane Edson
In Honor of Matthew &
Evan Jose
David & Mimi Jose
In Honor of Lisa Learman’s
Graduation
Lee & Beverly Learman
In Honor of Jerry Little
Eric & Holly Lee
In Honor of Jill Maniakas
Annette Donegan
In Honor of Laura Mathews
Brent & Linda Hartman
In Honor of Michael Maurer’s
70th Birthday
Stacy Maurer
In Honor of Mr. McCleary
(AV)
David & Mickie Gurvis
In Honor of Claire Griffith
Griffith Family Foundation
In Honor of Ginny Hacker
John & Penelope Radd
In Honor of Tammy Hardy
Dick & Lucinda Lautz
In Honor of Mr. Holmes
Ed & Karen Harper
In Honor of Mrs. Johnston
(AV)
David & Mickie Gurvis
Steve & Jennif
er Sanner at he
“Honorary Me
r
mber” announ
cement
The Foundation awarded $127,800 in grants. Dr. White was
2001
named Superintendent of the Year. John Strange Elementary
School was named a National Blue Ribbon School. Lilly Endowment
awarded the District a $3.9 million literacy grant. Alicia Harris from GB
was named a Milken Educator.
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Those We Honor... (continued)
In Honor of AJ Morris
Nancy Ann Morris
In Honor of Graham &
Logan Mortier
K. Ann Mortier
In Honor of
Colleen (Groth) Murphy
Bill & Phyllis Groth
In Honor of MSDWT
Teachers & Staff
Tony & Jennifer Dzwonar
In Honor of North Central
High School’s Outstanding
Band Program!
Lee & Beverly Learman
In Honor of Mary Kay
Overbeck
Sam & Margaret Hazlett
In Honor of Marsha
Reynolds
Brent & Linda Hartman
In Honor of Phil Smith
Rob & Denise Louden
Jean Miller
Christine Stoner
In Honor of The Stehman
Daughters
Frederick & Helen Stehman
In Honor of Randy &
Tanya Stephens
Mark & Becky Ristow
In Honor of Rick Stover
Nick Applegate
Dave, Sharon, Andrew &
Jonathan Baldwin
Andrew Pike
Jeff & Donna Schmahl
In Honor of Jennifer Streit
Phoenix Brands
In Honor of Mike &
Betsy Terry
David & Betty Jane Mills
In Honor of Sam Rhinesmith
Anonymous
In Honor of Coach
Chuck Riley
Thomas Mote
In Honor of Jennifer Sanner
Susie Bremen
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Sharon McCarth
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Bo
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The Foundation awarded $146,620 in grants. The Foundation
2002
celebrated 15 school years of awarding grants. Wyandotte
School reopened as an early childhood development center.
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In Honor of Sally Thruston
Lee Beasley
Richard & Nadine Bonds
Susie Davie
Mamie Davis
Joan Detmer
Nettie Dixon
Cloice & Betty Dotson
Phyllis Dowe
Collette Duvalle
Amanda Gordon
Elizabeth Grady
Luther Hall
Alicia Harrison
Marguerite Hart
Barbara Hill
Flossie Holloway
Leslie & Cornelia House
Jana Irish
Edna Luney
Gwendolyn Luney
Shirley Lynch
William & Geraldine Malone
John & Chong Mason
Juanita Mitchell
Stacey Moore
Muriithi Murage
Wambui Gathirua Mwangi
J. Mwihaki Njau & Kariuki Murage
John Penix
Ethel Lee Penquite
George Roddy &
Wanda Spann Roddy
William Shively
Nancy Strange
In Honor of Becky Volk
Bill & Lynn Boatman
In Honor of Scott Wente
Pamela Riggins
In Honor of Pat Wiehe
Jill Archibald
Merri Cascio
The Dietrick Family
Tony & Jennifer Dzwonar
The Hershenson Family
Rob Friedman &
Mindy Hutchinson
Greg & Rosemary Jordan
The MacDougall Family
Nancy Ann Morris
Hemant & Christine Sabharwal
Brent, Debbie JB, Scott &
Annie Smith
Dr. Woodson joi
ns past GNR Ch
Carrie Cagnas
sola, Leigh Purce airs Janet Clark,
ll and Steve Sa
nner
2003
The Foundation awarded $194,210 in grants, designated
gifts and other programs. Jeff Smulyan (NC ’65) committed
$100,000 (largest one-time gift) to the convergence of North Central’s and
JEL Career Center’s radio/television and journalism departments. Newsweek
Magazine ranked NC in the top 2% of high schools in America. The Education
Referendum passed by an overwhelming 84%.
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Those We Remember…
Memorial gifts are a special way to remember an important person who has
passed away. Often families designate WTSF to be the charity to which gifts
are directed. A special grateful note about Jeanne McFall who passed away
last spring. Three generations of McFalls have passed through Washington
Township Schools and Jean, who lived directly across from Spring Mill School,
directed that WTSF be the charity benefactor which resulted in the most
memorial gifts generated in the history of the Foundation.
In Memory of Polly Auer
Jerry & Sally Gray
In Memory of Steve Bridgford
Rick Weinheimer
In Memory of Beth Curtis
Dick Curtis
In Memory of Murray &
Paula Davidson
Lou & Linda Cantor
In Memory of Paula
Davidson
Charles & Sharon Barnett
Paul & Rosalie Greenberger
Dennis & Cassie (Newcomb) Hicks
Gary & Ceil Rothbart
In Memory of Dick Dennis
Erv & Priscilla Boschmann
Carl & Dorothy Rubis
In Memory of H. Dean Evans
Vera Evans
In Memory of David Ewing
Keith & Annemarie Fessler
Nora Elementary
Title I Literacy & Math Specialists
In Memory of Dr. Sheila Ewing
Marti Daily
Jan Guffin
Debra Jacobs
Sherry Watkins
Nikki Woodson
In Memory of Ellie Gramer
The Long Family
Julia Ann McKim
Linda McMinn
Marilyn Schankerman
In Memory of Heanne Hallam
North Central High School
In Memory of Sheldon Hodes
North Central High School
In Memory of Peter Hunter
Tom & Marsha Reynolds
In Memory of Joyce Isaacs
The Partners of Bingham,
Greenebaum Doll
Tim & Julie Lowe
In Memory of Tom Levy
Jerry & Sally Gray
In Memory of Sheila Lindsey
North Central High School
The Foundation reached the Million Dollar Milestone of
2004
grant giving since 1985, including $119,000 for Professional
Development. A $10,000 grant to Advancement Via Individual
Determination (AVID) helped average students succeed in rigorous middle
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In Memory of Roger McClellan
Steve & Joyce Click
North Central High School
In Memory of Jeanne McFall
Christine Anderson
Jeff & Kathy Andress
Linda Appel
Truman & Becky Arnold
Dale & Susan Barrett
Rex & Cindy Barrett
Suzy Bartley
Daniel & Catharine Birkhauser
Paul & Ann Bolin
Mrs. Charles H. Bookwalter, II
Joe Borinstein
C. Harvey Bradley
Tom & Sandy Brinkman
Mr. & Mrs. Roger Broderick
Jack & Marcia Brown
Mike & Margot Burks
Cathy Cameron
Dan Cantor
Mr. & Mrs. Tom Carpenter
James & Claire Clark
Murray & Janet Clark
Kevin Conley
John & Lisa Cremer
Cathy Culley
Kendall Daniels
Cecilia Davis
Dennis Dawes
Nancy, Ted & Julia, and
Douglas Dunn
Connie Earle
Bo & Nancy Elder
Joannie Elder
Stephen Enkema
Enkema Family
David & Marcia Evans
Sean & Michelle Fahey
Thomas & Kathy Fairchild
Patricia Feldmann
Larry & Cece Fine
Harold & Jane Garrison
Carol Gartland
Jeanne McFall
Bob & Melody Grand
Tom & Mary Grein
Gerd Griffith
Perry & Michelle Griffith, Jr
Jane Gunsenhouser
The Frank J. Habig Jr. Family
George & Barbara Hamilton
Alex & Mary Hawkins
Mary Hawkins
Hendricks Regional Health (Board
of Trustees & Medical Staff)
Lou Hensley & Jaime Reagan
Tom & Janie Herman
John E. Hollett, III
Deb Hudson
Needham & Mary Lou Hurst
Jack & Patsy Kennedy
Gary & Terri Klotz
Liz Krimendahl
and high school courses. MSDWT was one of only two Indiana Townships
to meet Federal standards for No Child Left Behind. Mitch Daniels (NC
’67) was elected Governor of Indiana.
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Those We Remember... (continued)
Jeanne McFall (continued)
Martha Krimendahl
Kyle & Sally Lanham
George & Susanne Lemcke
Fred Lesh
Doug Light
Keith Light
Guy & Theresa Loudermilk
Tom & Sally Lugar
Thomas & Flo Mary Mantel
Stacy Maurer
Fred & Gail McCashland
Toby & Carolyn McClamroch
Joan McCreary
Mac & Sarah McNaught
Barbara Menzie
Randy & Lori Merritt
John & Rose Molloy
PT & Suzy Moore
Dallas Moorhead
Marilyn Osborn
Stephen Perkins
Steven Pettinga
Vicky Rayle
John & Patty Reel
James Revel
Bruce & Cheryl Roberts
Joan Rocap
Irwin & Jill Rose
Steve & Jennifer Sanner
Rick & April Sasso
Doris Schaefer
Bernadine Schwing
Senior Home Companions
Vicki Shelton
Christopher & Terri Shrader
Helaine Simon &
Anne Simon Ellman
Brent, Debbie, JB, Scott &
Annie Smith
Donna Spietz
Mary Lou Stark
Joseph & Loran Steinmetz
Mike & Betsy Terry
Jim & Mary Teter
Jane Thompson
Steve & Marianne Townley
Fred & Nancy Tucker
John & Carolyn Tucker
Wendy Van Gemeren
Mike & Suzanne Voelz
Brad & Terri Warnecke
Mike & Annie Wells
Gene & Eileen White
Wendy White
Lucy Wick
Fred & Elizabeth Wiese
Kay Manion Wightman
Brian & Elizabeth Wilder
John & Barbara Wynne
In Memory of Bill Messer
North Central High School
In Memory of Theodore Pauly
North Central High School
In Memory of Larry Ramey
North Central High School
In Memory of Wilbur
Richards
Kathy White
In Memory of
Wilma Robinson
Sandy & Kathy Levine
The Foundation awarded a record $241,752 in grants and
2005
designated gifts to the students and faculty. Superintendent
Dr. Eugene White bids his farewell and Dr. Stephen Tegarden (NC ’60)
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became the Interim Superintendent of MSDWT. Jessica Heidelberg from
HC received the Milken Educator Award.
In Memory of Celia
Rodriguez
North Central High School
In Memory of
Frances B. Rose
Edra Staffieri
Kathy White
In Memory of Allan Segal
North Central High School
In Memory of
Martha M. Skinner
James S. Skinner
In Memory of Frances Smith
Joe & Marcia Erne
In Memory of Robert Smith
North Central High School
In Memory of
Dr. E. George Staffieri
Edra Staffieri
In Memory of
Francis P. Staffieri
Edra Staffieri
In Memory of Ruth Stillwell
Edra Staffieri
In Memory of
Bernard D. Vogel
Jeff Shelley
In Memory of William Ward
In Memory of
Guy Washington
Helene Achgill
Susie Bremen
Sandy & Kathy Levine
North Central High School
Kathryn Rott
Roberta Rott
Robert & Doris Webster
Zachary White
In Memory of Al Weinheimer
Ann Wilhoite Brilley
Larry & Louise Haskett
Edra Staffieri
In Memory of Naverne Wille
Rick Weinheimer
In Memory of
Latrice Williams
North Central High School
In Memory of Philip Wilson
North Central High School
Robert & Doris Webster
In Memory of
Norman D. Young
Dan & Valerie Boots
Jeff Hunter
Gregory Schlegel
Chris & Jane Seigel
Lois Stewart
Anne Weinheimer
Ethan M. Wellin
North Central High School
The Foundation awarded $269,693 in grants and
2006
designated gifts. Dr. James Mervilde assumed his duties
as Superintendent. The Foundation welcomed Jennifer Sanner as
Development and Administrative Assistant. Louisa LaGrotto at WL was
named Indiana Teacher of the Year.
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Superintendent’s Circle of Giving
This list is published in grateful acknowledgement of those
who supported the Foundation with gifts during the fiscal
year July 1, 2102 through June 31, 2013. Bold entries indicate
membership in the Superintendent’s Circle with an
unrestricted gift to the Annual Fund. If we have inadvertently omitted your
name, please call the Foundation Office at 845-9400.
Masters Members
Donations of more than
$10,000
Tony & Jennifer Dzwonar
Griffith Family Foundation
Lotus Fund
Lotus II Fund
NCHS Alumni Assn.
CORPORATE
Care For Kids Foundation, Inc.
Scott A. Jones Foundation Inc.
Graduate Members
Donations of $5,000 - $9,999
Rob Caito & Dena Rae Hancock
Paul & Liz Calkins
Terry & Kristin Cudahy
Alan & Anne Dinner
The Fox Family
Lee & Beverly Learman
Jim & Sara Lootens
North Central Soccer Club
Opus Foundation
Jim & Leigh Purcell
Jeff & Cassandra Short
Captains Carl & Ryan Sputh
combined gifts
CORPORATE
Brightpoint Charitable Fund
City Securities
CSO Architects Inc.
Lilly Endowment, Inc.
Teachers Credit Union
The Skillman Corp.
Warnecke Investment Group
Senior Members
Donations of $2,500 - $4,999
Tom & Pam Cooper
Tim & Amy George
Earl Harris Charitable Trust
NCHS Class of 1970
Dwayne & Amy Isaacs
Dick & Lucinda Lautz
Louis & Leigh Lazaron
Jim & Glenn Livers
Mike & Sarah Manion
Mary L. Furscott Charitable
Foundation
Charles Rubright
Jeff & Donna Schmahl
SPM Foundation
CORPORATE
Bose, McKinney & Evans LLP
City Security & Communications
Herff Jones
Ingersoll Rand
Ramsey & North Mechanical
Services, Inc.
The National Bank of
Indianapolis
The Foundation awarded $257,807 in grants and designated
2007
gifts. The District celebrated the 50th anniversary of
Washington Township Schools with a 600 attending a WTSF evening
celebration at the Indiana Roof.
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Junior Members
Donations of $1,000 - $2,499
Kent & Carolyn Agness
Kent & Barbara Alder
David & Mary Allen
Anonymous
Tom & Adel Barry
Dave & Bobbie Blachly
Bill & Lynn Boatman
Amanda Brackett
Mark Burton
Greg & Carrie Cagnassola
Dwight & Ann Chernish
Steve & Sarah Combs
Dick Curtis
Rick Doss & Maureen
Marshall-Doss
Vera Evans
Rick & Karol Farrell
Wade & Kaki Garard
Gerd Griffith
Perry & Michelle Griffith, Jr
Bill & Ginny Hacker
Amber Harris
Brian & Sheila Henry
Hoover Family Foundation
Scott & Cheryl Jacklin
Jim & Christy Jacobi
Jeen Jager & Michelle Shewery
Bob & Judith James
Don & Grace Kite
Bill & Leslie Kleschick
Sam & Kim Laurin
Linda Lawrence
Joe Licata
Keith & Missy Logie
Steve Mannheimer &
Wendy Sommers
Mac & Sarah McNaught
Jim & Ginny Mervilde
Don & Julia Orzeske
Andrew Pike
Ralph & Hope Power
Steve & Jane Pratt
Tom & Marsha Reynolds
John & Susan Risk
John & Susie Ross
Andrew & Joanna Russell
Hemant & Christine Sabharwal
Bob & Melissa Saint
Jim & Laura Schellinger
Phil & Katy Smith
Randall & Tanya Stephens
Jonte & Star Taylor
Jerimi & Kristin Ullom
Brad & Terri Warnecke
Mike & Annie Wells
Chris, Carrie & Alexis Wood
Nikki Woodson
Ace & Beth Yakey
Daryle & Suzanne Zybert
CORPORATE
Achieve 3000, Inc.
Denison Parking, Inc.
Financial Center Federal
Credit Union
Hillyard, Inc.
Herff Jones/Nystrom
Indiana University Health
Key Bank
Northwestern Mutual
Foundation
Old National Insurance
Phoenix Brands
The Time Factory/TF Publishing
2008
The Foundation awarded more than $250,000 in grants and
designated gifts. MSDWT approved a comprehensive strategic
plan that included closing Harcourt Elementary and Wyandotte Schools. Joe
Erne retired after 40 years. North Central was again named in the top 2% of
American high schools by Newsweek Magazine. Maribeth Smith from HC was
named runner-up Indiana Teacher of the Year.
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Superintendent’s Circle (continued)
Sophomore Members
Donations of $500 - $999
Mary Banner
James Bell
Randy & Betsy Biederstedt
Dan & Valerie Boots
Scott & Lana Boswell
Bryant & Heather Branigan
Karole Butz
Casey & Christie Call
Ryan & Kelli Jane Cronk
Andy Deemer
Joannie Elder
Joe & Marcia Erne
Sheila Ewing
Norm and Adrienne Fogle
Kari Fritz
Greg & Jane Geller
Tim & Cheryl Harden
Jay & Lisa Hill
Julie A. Sambol Memorial Fund
Matt & Emily Kaiser
Mary Anne King
Marc & Pam Klein
Jere & Tracey Krueger
Kevin Krulewitch &
Rosanne Ammirati
Larry & Beth Lammers
Gerry & Michelle Lanosga
Scott Larimer & Erin Day
Jim & Diane Leland
The MacDougall Family
Andy & Cid McNeilly
Marie McNelis
Tom & Leisa Merrell
Frank Messina & Robin Reagan
Jon & Tamara Milleman
Terry & Lew Mumford
Jim & Susan Naus
NCHS Men’s Cross Country Team
Jason & Megan Noel
John & Kathy Null
Tom & Allison Oestreich
Jared & Kimberly Piper
William & Heather Pitcock
Richard Pomerantz,
Sharon Karp
Rick & Jenny Reifeis
Mike & Mary Rice
George Roddy &
Wanda Spann Roddy
Steve & Jennifer Sanner
Robert & Spencer Scott
Rick & Carla Shadiow
William & Karen Shirrell
Micheal & Julie Smith
Jack & Kimberly Swarbrick
William & Laurie Turner
Anna Washington
David Weir
Tom Whittaker & Ann Zerr
Rob & Cathi Wineland
Steve Wintermeyer &
Ginat Mirowski
Mike Yonts & Cheri Harris
CORPORATE
Education Networks of America
Hallmark Corporate Foundation
Katz, Sapper & Miller
KSM Consulting, LLC
Republic Services, Inc.
Spear Corporation
United HealthCare Services, Inc.
Woodley Farra Manion Portfolio
Management, Inc.
The Foundation awarded nearly $250,000 in grants and
2009
designated gifts. MSDWT launched a K-12 International
Baccalaureate professional development initiative to be the first district in
Indiana to train all faculty in inquiry-based methodology. WTSF pledged
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Freshman Members
Donations of $250 - $499
John & Karri Alberti
Jamie Alexander
Bob & Kris Altice
Tony & Tiffany Armstrong
Nathan & Mary Beth Baker
Subha Balagopal
Dave & Sharon Baldwin
Sally Ball
Cathy Barnes
Michael & Zula Barnett
John Bartenbach
Scott Bauserman
Tim Blom
Mike & Katie Boland
Joshua Bolles
Charlie & Julie Bookwalter
Mrs. Charles H. Bookwalter, II
Susie Bremen
Sean & Missy Bright
Angela Britain-Smith
Desiree Brooks
Kathy Brown
Randy & Valerie Brown
Gordon & Celia Bruder
Jim & Jennifer Buddenbaum
Tim & Carol Burns
Mauri & Lisa Butler
Brian & Ali Camp
Mike & Patty Camp
Steve & Cathy Chase
Marie Chorpenning
Murray & Janet Clark
Steve & Joyce Click
Brian & Paula Clouse
Carlos Coelho
Ed Coleman & Lisa Freiman
Cassandra Coles
Java & Veda Collins
Eric & Nicole Albers Cooper
Ken Cox
Mike & Pat Cracraft
Larry Cripe & Mimi Jacobs
Cummings Family
Edward Curtis & Regan Zwald
Gershom & Deirdre Davis
Leslie Decker
Molly DeVoe
Patrick & Korin Devor
Kimberly Dickerson
Nelson Dowell
Gary & Lisa Dum
Nancy, Ted & Julia, and
Douglas Dunn
Eastwood Middle School
Stephanie Edwards
Bo & Nancy Elder
Bill & Kathryn Farrington
Keith & Annemarie Fessler
Jeff & Marcia Ford
Mike & Pam Freese
Alan & Andie Friedman
Sarah Fronczek
Jim & Sylvia Funk
Donna Furrow
Sabra Gage
Mike Gause
Charlie Geier
Carl Gibson
Girls 2012 NCXC Team
Gregory & Mary Lou
Gramelspacher
Carla Gregory
Cynthia Grillo
Ann Grimes
Bill & Phyllis Groth
Bill Gulde
Larry & LeAnn Haggard
$250,000 over the next five yeas toward that goal. North Central again was
named in the top 2% of American high schools by Newsweek Magazine
for the 7th year in a row. Ed Coleman from NC was tapped for the Milken
Educator Award.
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Superintendent’s Circle (continued)
Anne Hair
John & Carroll Hannon
Jeff & Mindy Henry
Jonathan & Jody Hess
Carol Hines
Andy & Emily Hodson
Larry & Gina Howald
Lynn Hower
Bernadine Schwing, Kendall
Daniels, Cathy Cameron,
Cecilia Davis, Mary Hawkins,
Deb Hudson, Jane Thompson,
Wendy White, Wendy Van
Gemeren, Vicky Rayle
Maravene Inman
Bob & Amy Johnson
Paul & Amy Johnson
Ray & Sarah Johnson
Chuck Jones
Amy Judge-Prein
Susan Kantz
Nathan Keith
Drew & Janet Kightlinger
Ayanna King
Barry & Jane Kroot
Bradford Lancaster
Victor & Trae Landfair
Tom & Nancy Lange
Ted Logan & Ellen Rosenthal
Paul & Kathy Loggan
Bob & Nancy Lonsinger
Mary Fran Lotfalian
Rob & Denise Louden
Donald & Tommi Main
Jeff Mason
Jim, Linda & Allison McQuiston
Tina Merriweather
Andy & Leslie Middleton
Barbara Miedema
Mike Miedema
Ryan & Natasha Mikus
(John) Stuart Mill
North Central High School
Bryan & Susan O’Reilly
Jan Ottolini
Linka Pace
Marla Palacios
Keana Parquet
John & Becky Peterson & Family
Bill & Janet Pfadt
Mike & Kristen Poindexter
Mike & Kim Pomerenke
David & Edi Powell
Mark & Becky Ristow
Jeff & Sandi Roberts
Matt & Marci Robinson
Traci Rodgers
Mitch & Sandy Roob
Carla Sanford
Randy & Beth Seger
Jason & Liz Sewell
Danielle Shockey
Al & Bennie Silver
Bradley & Vicky Smith
Kandy Smitha
Mike & Karen Smollen
Sue Spomer
Chris Sprinkle
Edra Staffieri
Lois Stewart
Barbara Stilwell & Ramon Dunkin
Scott & Haylee Teeple
Jenny Thomas
Jennifer Tiplick
Kenneth & Jo Ann Todd
Chris Vermilion
Ed Vischak
Karon Wallace
Adam & Holly Walsh
Amber Walters
John & Val Wareham
Ramsay & Angela West
The Foundation awarded more than $250,000 in grants
2010
and designated gifts. Once again, North Central was listed
in the top 2% of American high schools by Newsweek Magazine. The
K-12 International Baccalaureate Initiative progressed in training 400
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John & Susan Whitaker
Tom Whittaker & Ann Zerr
Paula Williams
Doug Wilson
Alice Winslow
Susan Symmes Wichser
Barry & Margaret Wood
Shawn Wright-Browner
Chuck & Pat Wyman
CORPORATE
Bazbeaux
Ellison Electric, Inc.
HP Products Corp.
Honor Roll
Donations of $100 - $249
Stan & Jennifer Abell
Helene Achgill
Adam Ahlfeld
Greg & Sally Akers
Michael Akers
Mike Akin & Kathy Simons
Doug & Michele Anderson
Sandstrom/Ardery Family
Paul & Kathy Arduini
Truman & Becky Arnold
Jim & Kathy Arruda
Steve Auslander
Vicki Ayres-Benson
Abby Badger
Janice Baker
The Baker Family
Peter & Gayle Baker
Janice Baldwin
Richard & Joan Baltz
Jeff & Susan Barnes
Joe & Cathy Barnes
Charles & Sharon Barnett
Dale & Susan Barrett
Rex & Cindy Barrett
Amanda Barth
George & Megan Bawcum
Mark & Ann Bear
Erica Beard
Melissa Behny
Suzanne Bellamy
George & Tari Beltzhoover
Melisa Benefiel
Michael Benson
Alan & Janine Bercovitz
David & Karen Berman
Jonathan & Judy Birge
Trice Black
Bill & Sue Bloss
Shelley Boeglin
Bob Boekankamp
Mike & Kate Boland
Migdelia Bolin
Paul & Ann Bolin
Joe Borinstein
Mary Beth Borkowski
Erv & Priscilla Boschmann
Eric Boschmann &
Jennifer Miller
C. Harvey Bradley
Ann Wilhoite Brilley
Kirk & Rachel Briscoe
Mr. & Mrs. Roger Broderick
Jim & Brittney Brown
John & Carol Brown
Randall Brown
Saundra Brown
Daniel Brunette
Jasmin Burch
Pete & Claire Campassi
Howard & Karen Campbell
Lou & Linda Cantor
Jim & Alicia Carlson
Mr. & Mrs. Tom Carpenter
Stacy Cartmel
teachers on volunteer time in inquiry-based methodology. Washington
Township voters proved their support of public education by passing the
Referendum with a 72% majority. Keana Parquet from CC was named a
Milken Educator.
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Foundation Donors (continued)
Lindsey Cash
Tony & Lezlie Ceglio
Andrew Chambers
Greg & Amy Chappell
Bill & Karen Christensen
Elizabeth Christy
Amy Clark
Cory & Rachel Clark
James & Claire Clark
Adam Clutinger
Becky Coffey
Jim Connor
C. Russell & Mary Lou Cox
Megan Crain
Ted & Pam Cummins
Ellie Cutter
Deborah Darring
Jim Davis & Jody Vance Davis
Melissa De Groff
Anne Deckard
Todd & Melissa DeGroff
Michael Todd Deley
Shawn & Carol Dellinger
Laura Derrickson
The Dietrick Family
Stephanie Dillard
Thomas Dinwiddie
William & Nancy Dynes
Connie Earle
Angela Eberhart
John & Cindy Egloff
Janet Eichenberger
Myron El
Sally Ernstberger
Thomas & Kathy Fairchild
William Farkas
Bruce & Linda Flanagan
Michelle Fleming
Christine Floyd
Don & Linda Foley
Latisha Frazier
Volk,
member Becky
cy Lozer, Board
bert
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GNR Chair Sta
nn
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Su
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Fitness Fair ch
Cortnei Freeman
Sarah Freeman
Nia Stewart
Suzette Friar
Howard & Suzanne Friedman
Rob Friedman & Mindy Hutchinson
Gary & Maureen Gardner
Jarrod Gatlin
Grant Gaunt
Tom Gayda
Craig Ghormley
Kelli Glassley
Melissa Goetz
Mark & Judy Goldberg
Jeremy Gondol
Will & Alicia Gooden
Adam Goodman
Ron Goodman & Debbie Donelson
David & Julie Goodrich
Heather Goodrich
Andrea Grandpre
Jerry & Sally Gray
Julie Grissom
John & Ann Guggenheim
The Frank J. Habig, Jr. Family
Susie Hale
All elementary schools became International Baccalaureate
2011
(IB Primary Years Programme (PYP) Candidate Schools.
Superintendent Dr. James Mervilde retired with a legacy of a District
commitment to IB. Dr Nikki V. Woodson was named the new superintendent
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Becky Hall
Marilyn Hancock-Beeler
Duke & Tammy Hardy
Harp Family
Mike & Susan Haskell
Mike, Susan & Matthew Haskell
Mark Haste
Caroline Hayes
Sam & Margaret Hazlett
Lou Hensley & Jaime Reagan
Steve Herr
Board of Education
Donald & Mary Beth Hinkle
Craig & Sarah Hittle
Fredrick & Janet Hohlt
John E. Hollett, III
Chris Holmes
Janet Holzer
Tim & Diane Hon
Elisabeth Honn Hoegberg
Becky Hoog
John & Patty Hunter
Jeff Hunter & Anne Weinheimer
Coriinne Imboden
Tom & Martha Imperiale
Holly Jarrett
Eric Johnson
Marc & Janice Johnson
Lindsey Johnston
Kristy Jones
David & Mimi Jose
Daland & Lisa Juberg
Matt & Claudia Judge
Jackie Kaiser
Barry & May Katz
Martin Kelty
Marvin & Marie Kemple
Pamela Kendrick
Mark Kirchgassner
Stacie Kleeman
Kurt & Cindy Klem
Joe & Emily Kniesly
Dick & Anne Kraege
Kevin & Kendall Kreinhagen
Jill Kropa
Mike Kuebler
Liane Kuyoth
Louisa LaGrotto
Michael Lamirand
Jeff & Diana Larson
Davia Laswell
Kathleen Lattimer
Lucinda Lautz
Eric & Holly Lee
Quinton & Karla Lee
George & Susanne Lemcke
Sandy & Kathy Levine
Yolanda Lopez-Robles
Elizabeth Love
Gwendolyn Luney
Marcia Mahony
Jill Maniakas
Andrew & Joy Manna
Chelsea Markley
William & Donna Marsh
Rhonda Martin
John & Chong Mason
Michael & Kris Matel
Holly May
Jim & Sharon McCarthy
Fred & Carrie McFall
David McGinness
Phil McIntyre
Julie McKenna
Title I Literacy & Math Specialists
Jan McNulty
Kathy McPeek
Kathryn Memmer
Barbara Menzie
Jeff Miller
Jill Metzger Miller
Kevin Miller
with the future implementation of IB. The Foundation awarded a record
amount of $320,189 in grants program support and designated gifts to the
students and teachers in Washington Township classrooms.
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Foundation Donors (continued)
Mark “Doc” Miller
David & Betty Jane Mills
Barry Mitchell
Jenafer Mobley
Jeremy Moore
Sandra Moran
Nancy Ann Morris
Jeff & Lisa Mortier
K. Ann Mortier
Jack & Susan Mossler
Thomas Mote
Kristy Munday
Ellen Murphy
Jamie Myers
Margaret Nation
Andrew Neddo
Leon & Ruthann Neddo
Corinne Neff
Mary Ann Neighbors
Clayton & Deborah Nicholas
David & Kristen Nicoson
Joseph & Jill Ofengender
Monica Ouedraogo
Gary Oxenrider
The Pactor Family
Carol Paik
Jayson & Kendra Parker
Lara Pastore
Blaine & Stacey Paul
Eric & Lorrie Pavlack
Denise Pearson
Stephen Perkins
Steve Perkins
Jeff & Myra Perrin
Corey Pettigrew
Jenny Pfeiffer
Julia Phoebus
Anat Pinsky
John & Cheryl Plunkett
Vince Pollard
Sue Poulos
Susan Powlen
Tom & Suzy Primavera
Kara Pulley
Bruce Quilling & Jennifer Hubartt
John & Penelope Radd
Steve & Pam Rappaport
Audra Rasmussen
Tom & Bobbie Recktenwall
Michelle Reel
Jennifer Repp
Brian & Amy Resler
Adam & Tenley Rhoades
Tim & Linda Robb
David Robertson
Doug & Cece Rogers
Scott & Ellen Rogers
Irwin & Jill Rose
Kathryn Rott
Roberta Rott
Ryland Rucker
NCHS Special Education
Nicci Saari
Patricia Sanders
Enders Sandstrom & Nina Ardery
Rick & April Sasso
Satterly Family
Greg Schahet
Gary & Beth Schiffli
Nancy Schmitt
Dick & Jamie Schulte
Jim & Sandy Schwarz
Tara Seeley
Laura Sellars
Senior Home Companions
Carolyn Sharp
Jeff & Jeannine Shelton
Joseph & Clara Shelton
Nicole Shook
Frederick & Kathryn Shorter
Tom & Dixie Shrock
The 50th anniversary sculpture is dedicated. All elementary
2012
schools become International Baccalaureate (IB) Primary
Years Programme (PYP) Candidate Schools. WTSF launches a
$1,000,000 fundraising campaign to support full implementation of IB. Big
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Bob & Denise Silbert
Greg & Renny Silver
Lou Silverman
Beverly Sinclair
Mike & Jennifer Skulski
Allyson Smith
Brent, Debbie JB,
Scott & Annie Smith
Brian & Carla Smith
Greg & Mabel Smith
Melissa Smith
Terri Smith
Jim Smith & Nora Doherty
Richard & Gretchen Spaulding
Donna Spietz
Frederick & Helen Stehman
Kurt & Becky Stevens
Robert & M. Carolyn Stewart
Ted Stimson
GRN Race Finish
er
Richard Stolt
Jennifer Story-Venturi
Nita Stout
Joe & Angi Stueve
Chris & Roxy Sullivan
David & Ann Surina
Greg Swallow & Nami
Swallow-Novak
Russell & Julie Swisher
Sean Taylor
Mary Ann Tellas
Scott & Sharon Thiems
Adam & Anne Thies
Adam & Tamoura Thomas
Diane Thompson
Tim & Eileen Toepp
Lee Toussant
Steve & Marianne Townley,
Doug Light and Keith Light
Camille Trolson
Megan Troxel
Nikki Tsangaris
Jacquelyn Tschudy
Fred & Nancy Tucker
William Tyler
Shyla Van Cleave
Laura VanderHaeghen
Julie Vanover
Cristina Vasquez
Amber Vickery
Mary K. Vitolins
Eric & Becky Volk
David & Mary Jo Wagner
Sharri Wagner
Steve Walker
Doug & Lisa Walter
Robert & Doris Webster
Bart & Cathy Weidman
Terry & Pam Weiger
Bob & Sue Welch
Joe Weller
Dave Wheeler
Zachary White
Lucy Wick
Dick & Pat Wiehe
Fred & Elizabeth Wiese
Kay Manion Wightman
Mark & Annette Wilcher
Dana & Arlene Wilcox
changes occurred within the State for school hours and faculty evaluation.
Nearly $303,000 was awarded by WTSF in grants, program support, and
designated gifts to the students and teachers in WT classrooms.
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Foundation Donors (continued)
Brian & Elizabeth Wilder
Larry Willan
Karen Williams
Yvonne Williams
Marlin & Laura Wilson
Lisa Woods
Allison Wright
Crystal Wright
John & Barbara Wynne
Rich & Sue Wynne
Bobby & Barbara Yeary
Bart & Dorinda York
Stacey Young
Mellinda Zore
CORPORATE
The Partners of Bingham,
Greenebaum Doll
Friends of the
Foundation
Donations of up to $99
Maribeth Abels
Cali Ahern
Mark & Anne Alderfer
Christine Anderson
Jeff & Kathy Andress
Linda Appel
FAFSA Night at
NCHS
Nick Applegate
Jill Archibald
J. David & Brenda Arnold
Jeffrey Arnold
Beth Baldwin
Dave, Sharon, Andrew & Jonathan
Baldwin
Van & Joan Bareither
Suzy Bartley
P. O’Brien & Dee Bassett
Marilyn Baumgardt
Andy Erdenebileg
Lee Beasley
Kimbra Becker
Megan Behny
Ashley Bell
Moussa Bevvry
Daniel & Catharine Birkhauser
Christopher Boggs
Richard & Nadine Bonds
Tom & Sandy Brinkman
The Broemel Family
David & Susan Brooks
Samantha Brooks
Jack & Marcia Brown
Frank & Ellie Burdick
Mike & Margot Burks
Jessica Burt
Jonique Burton
Jenny Calin
Jennifer Camire
Ginny Campbell
Scott & Jessica Campbell
Dan Cantor
Kim Carlson
Merindy Carpenter
Katharine Carr
Caitlin Carroll
Merri Cascio
The Childers-Arnold Family
Kristal Clark
Big changes occurred within the State for school hours and
2013
faculty evaluation. A record amount of nearly $400,000 was
awarded by WTSF in grants, program support, and designated gifts to
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Matthew Cohn
Douglas & Carol Collins
Kevin Conley
Peggy Conoway
Owen Kraft & Yvonne Yip
John & Lisa Cremer
Bonnie Crowson
Laurel Crutchfield
Vanessa Cruz
Annie Cudahy
Cathy Culley
Marti Daily
Brenda Dalton
Bridget Davenport
Susie Davie
Justin Davis
Mamie Davis
Dennis Dawes
Glenna De Brota
John & Donna Dearth
Joan Detmer
Ramadhani Dhaudi
Habib & Malang Diatta
Emily Dickerson
Christel Didat
Clay & Julie Dilts
Nettie Dixon
Mr. & Mrs. Donald
Annette Donegan
Cloice & Betty Dotson
Phyllis Dowe
Linda Dugger
Jack & Kathy Durkin
Collette Duvalle
Greg & Theresa Duwe
Ed & Jane Edson
Stephen Enkema
Enkema Family
David & Marcia Evans
Sean & Michelle Fahey
Vaughn & Gretchen Faul
John Feeney
Jessica Feeser
Patricia Feldmann
Kathleen Ferguson
Larry & Cece Fine
Claire Finney
Tiffany Flores
Don & Pam Fogle
Marionne Fort
Gina Fox
Andrea Francis
Adrienne Frank
Kenneth & Samantha Franklin
Mona Free
Edward & Laurie Freeman
Michael & Trish Gage
Paul & Jean Galanti
Nancy & Jessica Garcia
Harold & Jane Garrison
Carol Gartland
Karen Gartner
Karen Simons Gartner
Matt & Elizabeth Garvey
William Geller &
Stephanie Montague
Megan Gentry
Joe Giordano
Lynda Goeke
Julia Goodman
Amanda Gordon
Emily Gore
Elizabeth Grady
Bob & Melody Grand
Rick Granlund
Paul & Rosalie Greenberger
Sheila Greenwald
Jerald Greenwood
Tom & Mary Grein
Denise Grimes
Brian & Karen Gropp
Mark Grosskopf
the students and teachers in WT classrooms. We bid farewell to Jennifer
Sanner and welcomed Emily Kaiser (Associate Director) and Kathy Levine
(Executive Assistant).
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Foundation Donors (continued)
Jan Guffin
Jane Gunsenhouser
David & Laura Guntz
David & Mickie Gurvis
Cara Hachmeister
Laura Haines
Lori Hall
Luther Hall
George & Barbara Hamilton
George Hanley
Ed & Karen Harper
Alicia Harrison
Marguerite Hart
Brent & Linda Hartman
Larry & Louise Haskett
Robin Haskins
Danielle Hassan
Alex & Mary Hawkins
Braden Hayes
Brian Hayes
Bret & Becky Heerema
Hendricks Regional Health
(Board of Trustees
&$Medical5Staff )
DeAnn Henry
Rebecca Henry
Tom & Janie Herman
Bryan Hernandez Munoz
The Hershenson Family
Dennis & Cassie (Newcomb) Hicks
Barbara Hill
Gary & Stacy Hillock
Leo Hodes
Kathrynn Hodson
Business Services
Scott Hohl
Flossie Holloway
Melissa Homan
Phil Hon
Leslie & Cornelia House
David & Susan Howard
Edward & Melissa Hruskocy
Joanne Hughes
David & Kimberly Huizinga
David & Ranae Humpal
Kay Humphrey
Julie Hunt
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Willard Hunt
Business Services
Marcy Hurley
Needham & Mary Lou Hurst
Jana Irish
Debra Jacobs
David & Ainsley James
Gary Jenkins &
Ginny Rabbitt Jenkins
Bob, Amy, Grace & Josie Johnson
Greg & Rosemary Jordan
Stephane & Tamara Jousset
Dawn June
Lu Ka
Sat Ka
Joyce Karrmann
Rianne Keedy
Kristine Kelly
Jack & Patsy Kennedy
Alan & Jackie Kent
Barb King
Jon & Brittany Kirschner
Rebecca Klee
Steve & Elaine Kleifgen
Elisabeth Kline
Gary & Terri Klotz
Mike & Angela Kneebone
Chris Knestrick
Dessie Koch
Kyle Kopke
Scott & Amy Kosnoff
Annie Kosobud
Leslie Kotyuk
Owen Kraft & Yvonne Yip
Liz Krimendahl
Martha Krimendahl
The Kroupa-Haberski’s
John Krull & Jenny LaBalme
David & Susan Land
Sylvia Lane
Kyle & Sally Lanham
Jack & Karen Kay Leonard
Fred Lesh
Jennifer Lindell
The Long Family
W. R. Long
Peter & Jessica Loomis
Riley Lopez-Shue
Guy & Theresa Loudermilk
Virgil & Kitzi Love
Tim & Julie Lowe
Tom & Sally Lugar
Edna Luney
Robin Lybolt & Debra Wagner
Shirley Lynch
William & Geraldine Malone
Business Services
Thomas & Flo Mary Mantel
Caroline Marandino
Nicole Marlar Taylor
Lindsey Mastain
Reagen Mathew
Kim Matsuoka
Stacy Maurer
William & Mary Ann Maxwell
Onita Mayfield
Daniel & Jessica Mayorga
Fred & Gail McCashland
Toby & Carolyn McClamroch
Joan McCreary and
Mike & Suzanne Voelz
Dan McGill
The McKay Family
Julia Ann McKim
Robert & Linda McLeaish
Katy McLiver
Linda McMinn
Gordon & Kellee Merritt
Randy & Lori Merritt
Jim & Ginny Mervide
Earl & Carol MIller
Jean Miller
Rebecca Miller
Lorraine Mills
Doug Mitchell
Juanita Mitchell
Dennis Mock
John & Rose Molloy
Stephanie Momcilovic
Ashley Monroe
Angela Moore
PT & Suzy Moore
Stacey Moore
Dallas Moorhead
ul
uage of the So
NC Hidden Lang
Walt Morris
Soumi Mukhopadhyay
Muriithi Murage
Wambui Gathirua Mwangi
Evan Nance
Mary Negbenebor
Larry & Julie Neuman
Megan Nichols
J. Mwihaki Njau &
Kariuki Murage
Nora Elementary
John & Nancy Null
Elisabeth Ohly-Davis
Lori O’Leary
Lindsay O’Neill
Marilyn Osborn
Kelly Ouattara
Ellen Pactor
Business Services
Chad & Jennifer Patsel
John Penix
Ethel Lee Penquite
Meg Perryman
Daniela Petrusca
Steven Pettinga
Mitchell & Rebecca Pfeiffer
Virginia Phillips
Kathryn Porter
Elisa Powell
Scott & Lynn Presley
Scott, Lynn, Emma,
Hank & Will Presley
Toby Presnal
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Foundation Donors (continued)
Jennifer Price
Business Services
Robert Pruitt
Nancy Quest
Dan & Sabrina Quigley
David Raes
DeeAnn Ramey
Dan Reagan & Catherine Little
Erin Recktenwall
Susan Reed
John & Patty Reel
Chris & Mary Beth Reffett
Maureen Grant Reichardt
Jill Reid
James Revel
Christina Rhodes
Michelle Riggers
Pamela Riggins
Dan & Lisa Riley
James Rischar
Kathy Robbins
Bruce & Cheryl Roberts
Joan Rocap
Kim & Denise Rogers
Gary & Ceil Rothbart
Natalie Rowe
Elizabeth Ruben
Carl & Dorothy Rubis
Amy Ruschak
Tim & Diana Ruschhaupt
Jill Russell
Andy & Kathy Sagarsee
Greg & Laura Scarpone
Doris Schaefer
Susan Schaeffer
Marilyn Schankerman
Gregory Schlegel
Lynn Schopp
Peggy Schuh
Paul & Carrie Schuler
Mary Patricia Searight
Chris & Jane Seigel
Sara Senese
Sew Fine Alterations
Jeff Shelley
Keith Shelton
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Vicki Shelton
Suzanne Shikany
William Shively
Tristan Shore
Christopher & Terri Shrader
Megan Shuck
Sara Silver-Lee
Helaine Simon &
Anne Simon Ellman
Byron Simpson
Brad & Stephanie Skillman
Caitlin Skinner
James S. Skinner
Andrea Smith
Dawn Smith
LaTanya Smith
Maribeth Smith
Basil Smotherman
Philip Snow
Sodbuster
Kim Solano
Business Services
Mary Lou Stark
NC Discoverin
g the Past with
National Histor
Pat Staubach
Brandon & Diane Steffey
Larry Cripe & Mimi Jacobs
Terri Steinken
Joseph & Loran Steinmetz
Tim Stone
Christine Stoner
April Stout
y Day
Nancy Strange
Dave & Jennifer Streit
Tony & Gail Strong
Sara Sturm
Esha Suleiman
Kathryn Sullivan
Amy Sutton
Linda Swift
Jennifer Switalski
Mary Switalski
M. Beth Symons
Gay Talbert
Mohammed Talib
Kara Tamulonis
Catherine Taylor
William & Janet Taylor
Mike & Betsy Terry
Jim & Mary Teter
Jennifer Thompson
Andrea Thorne
Rebecca Thrasher
Rungnaphaporv Traynor
Hwa Tsu
John & Carolyn Tucker
James Tutin
Business Services
United Way of Central
Indiana, Inc.
Paula Van Ness
Kristen Vannatta
Jerry Verbrugge
Elise Vestal
Alan Vickrey
Paige Vinson
Doug Vinton
LaDonna Waggoner
Kurt & Kathy Wagner
R. Scott & Mary Walker
Megan Walsh
Jill Ware
Sherry Watkins
Scott Webber
Sonya Weber
Rick Weinheimer
Ethan M Wellin
Charles & Beth Wellman
Kurt Weston
Adra Wheeler
Gene & Eileen White
Kathy White
Kevin & Elizabeth Whiteacre
Rick & Jill Whitten
Elaine Wiggins
Jay & Lisa Hill
Bert & Caryl Wilhoite
Steve & Judi Willem
Jennifer Williams
Joli Williams
LaShanna Williams
Rod Williamson
John & Paula Willliams
John & Juli Wright
Ping Yang
Timothy Yarling
Susan Yerkes-Bender
Roger & Cynthia Yosha-Snyder
Dick & Kim Young
Kate Young
Amy Zehr
Pamela Zwickel
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We Appreciate…
Our thanks
to these Washington Township supporters
for their matching gift programs that
enhance the gifts from our donors:
Eli Lilly & Company Foundation
JP Morgan Chase Foundation
KSM Business Services
Our thanks
to these contributors for their generous
in-kind support of the BASH Auction valued
at $72,792!
500 Festival
600 The Salon
8fifteen
96th Street Steakbugers
AAA - Hoosier Motor Club
Active Indy Tours
Actors Theatre of Indiana
Air Tan
Allisonville Elementary School
Amy & Bob Johnson,
Jay Bilas/ESPN
Amy & Dwayne Isaacs
Andrea’s Garden Center
Angela Stuart Wilhelm
Angie’s List
Anne Hair & Northview Science
Department
Arni’s
Art By Joani
Arthur Black
Arthur Jordan Branch YMCA
AYBS
Barnes & Noble
Barry Company
Barto’s Catering and
Concessions
Bash Committee
Bazbeaux Pizza
Beef & Boards
Bell’s School Services, Inc.
Bender & Rocap Educational
Services
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Lilly Endowment, Inc.
The GE Foundation
Benihana
Bier Brewery
Big League Barber
Big League Barber
Bill & Leslie Kleschick
Binkley’s Kitchen and Bar
Boatman Geller
Booth Dermatology
Bose McKinney & Evans
Brenner Luggage
Brewstone Restaurant &
Taproom
BRICS
Broad Ripple Brewpub
Caito/ Hancock/ Hiltunen
Family
Canvas On Demand
Carey Indiana
Carey Indiana
Cater Me Café
CEC
Chef JJ’s Backyard
Chicago Cubs
Chick-fil-A
Chris and Carrie Wood
Churchill Downs
Cincinnati Reds
Clowes Memorial Hall
Conner Prairie Interactive
History Park
Cooper’s Hawk Winery &
Restaurant
Counterpoints
Crooked Creek
Elementary School
CVS Pharmacy (86th & Ditch)
Cynthia’s Hallmark
Cynthia’s Hallmark
Cynthia’s Hallmark
Daddy Jack’s
Dan Brunette
Dave & Buster’s
Dawn Cerasale
Design Studio Vriesman
Detour American Grille
Dick’s Sporting Goods
DL Lowry Hairspa Boutique
Dudley
Duncan Appliance
Eastwood Middle School
Eiteljorg Museum
Elements Therapeutic Massage
Estate Landscape
Management Inc.
Estelle Nelson Designs
Everybody Loves Clean
Fetch Dog Resort
FIBERxperts, Inc.
FirstWatch
Fitness by Design
Fitness for Life
Flat12 Bierwerks Brewery
Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse &
Wine Bar
Fogo de Chao Restaurants
Fox Hill Elementary School
Friday’s
Friends of the Foundation
G. Thrapp Jewelers
G.T. South’s Rib House
GiGi’s Cupcakes
Good Earth Natural Food
Company
Goodman’s Shoes
Grace Kite
Granite City
Greenbriar Elementary School
Grueninger Travel Group/
Ambassadair
Half Baked Pottery & Gifts
Half Price Books
Historic Canterbury Hotel
Holiday World & Splashin’ Safari
Hollyhock Hill Restaurant
Hope & Ralph Power
Howald Heating and Air
Indiana Fever
Indiana Pacers
Indiana State Fair
Indiana University School of
Medicine
Indianapolis Indians
Indianapolis Marriott
Downtown
Indianapolis Motor Speedway
Indianapolis Racquet Club
Indianapolis School of Ballet
Indianapolis Zoo
Indy Cigar Bar
Indy Cutters Lawn Care Inc.
Indy Racing Experience
IRT/Indiana Repertry Theater
Irvington Historical Society
J Razzo’s Italian Restaurant
J.E.L.C.C.
Jacquie’s Café &
Gourmet Catering
James Still Piano Service
Jamie Ann Designs
JCC Indianapolis
Jeff and Kathy Andress
Jeff Rothenberg
Jiffy Lube
Jim & Sara Lootens
John Strange
Elementary School
Kathy and John Null
Kendra Parker
Kenra Professional, LLC
Kings Island
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We Appreciate... (continued)
Laser Flash
Learning Under the Sun
Lee Vriesman
Leisa Merrell
Leslie Middleton
Lisa Butler
Lori Juerling
Louis Profetta, M.D.
MacKenzie River Pizza
Marc Klein
Marigold Clothing
Marilene Isaacs’ Center of Peace
Mass. Ave. Toys
McAllister’s Deli
McMurray Fine Art
McNamara Florist
Melissa Schulz
Meridian Restaurant & Bar
Merle Norman
Metamorphosis
Mike’s Express Carwash
Missy & Keith Logie
Moon Dog Tavern
Myra Risley Perrin
NC Publications
NC Spirit Shop
NK Hurst Company, Inc
Noodles & Co.
Nora Elementary School
Nora Plaza Barber Shop
Nordstrom
North Central High School
Northview Middle School
Oakleys Bistro
Oasis Nail Spa
Ocean Prime
Olive Garden
Oriental Trading Company
Orvis
Ossip Optometry
Panera Bread
Panyard Bros. Inc.
Papa Murphy’s Take n’ Bake Pizza
Paradise Bakery
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Pearl Bistro
Pei Wei
Perfect Wedding Flowers, LLC
Periwinkle Paper and Home
Perry and Michelle Griffith
Photos by Emily
Plum Creek Golf Club
Pop Weaver Popcorn
Posh Petals and Jos. A. Bank
Posh Petals and Susan Reed
Custom Sewing & Alterations
Puccini’s
Raleigh Limited Menswear
Republic National Distributing
Company of Indiana
Rick’s Boatyard Café
Ripple Bagel & Deli
Robert Goodman Jewelers
Roxy Sullivan
Rusty Bucket Tavern
Ruth’s Chris Steak House
Ruth’s Keystone Café
Sam’s Club
Sandy Roob
Scotty’s Brewhouse
Shaggy Chic
Shedd Aquarium
Sheryl Hays
Shortee’s Golf
Silpada
Sky Zone Indoor Trampoline Park
SkyDive Indianapolis
Some Guys Pizza
Spencer Fields Tennis
Spring Mill Elementary School
Stacy & Jeff Lozer
Starbucks (74th & Keystone)
Starbuck’s (86th & Ditch)
Starbucks (96th & Meridian)
Starbucks (North Willow)
Steve and Jennifer Sanner
Steve Mannheimer
Steve Wintermeyer &
Ginat Mirowski
Sullivan Commercial Supply
Sullivan Hardware & Garden
Sullivan’s Steakhouse
Sun King Brewing Company
Susan & Greg Harvesty and
Leigh & Jim Purcell
Sycamore School/North
Central Families
T3 by Kendra Parker
Teavana
TF Publishing
Thai Taste
The Broad Ripple Animal Clinic
The Bungalow
The Center for the
Performing Arts
The Cheesecake Factory
The Cheesecake Factory
The Container Store
The Illinois St. Food Emporium
The Riviera Club
Theresa’s Tidbits
Tom & Pam Cooper
Tom Laird Custom
Woodworking
TootsUncommon
Tuxedo Brothers
Vera Bradley
Walt Disney World
Washington Twp. Schools
Community Tennis Program
WB Pizza
Westlane Middle School
Winspire, Inc
WTHR-TV Channel 13
WTS Foundation Board
Members
Wyant Photography
Yogaworx/Barbara Kennedy
Special Thanks to the Print Shop at
J. Everett Light Career Center for meeting
our printing needs throughout the year
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Financial Summary
FYE Revenues, June 30, 2013
Investment
$79,470
12%
Great North Run
$15,749
3%
Other
$21,706
3%
Annual Fund
$150,578
24%
Event
Sponsors
$57,099
9%
Designated Gifts
$245,651
38%
Fall Bash
$71,123
11%
FYE Expenses, June 30, 2013
Administrative
$142,787
22%
Fundraising
$79,071
12%
Grants & Programs
$427,789
66%
The summary is pending review by Johnson/Allman & Company.
Balanced financial sheets are available at tinyurl.com/WTSFfinance and full financial statements are available on request in the
Foundation Office.
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The Legacy Society
T
o those of us who can read and understand the meaning of words, life has become
inextricably enriched because our elders, our parents, siblings, relatives, teachers
and everyday acquaintances who have helped us along the way. For most, it
involved the opportunity to thrive in an educated society centered in large part around
the schools we have attended. We benefited because others shared their knowledge and
talents with us. We ARE grateful.
There is a time when it becomes our turn, our opportunity, to pass-it-on in any way
we can. Especially meaningful are the very places from which we benefited as we, our
friends, neighbors and children have grown in knowledge over the years. At the center
of this learning are the family and the school.
Washington Township has been exemplary in establishing the Washington Township
Schools Foundation which provides enrichment opportunities to our educators and
their students. Having watched firsthand,
as a former teacher in Washington
Township, and as the wife of a longtime
educator at North Central High School,
the outstanding opportunities provided
through the works of WTSF, I was able
to join forces with the NCHS Orchestra
Parents in establishing the Richard F.
Dennis Memorial Endowment, enabling
an ever-increasing number of our talented
young music students to receive financial
assistance in order to improve their
musical skills through private tutoring.
But that was MY passion . . . shared, of course, by many who were touched by Mr.
Dennis’ great gift of music, and who responded generously, helping to grow the Dennis
Memorial Endowment.
What is YOUR passion? There are so many ways to add to the enrichment of our
community through your gift of time, talent and, of course, treasure! The Washington
Township Schools Foundation offers a wonderful and meaningful avenue for you to
return the favor in whatever way and to whatever extent you wish. Make the connection
and see what your help can do to enrich the next generation.
Carol L. Dennis
Director of Orchestras 2007-1983
Northview Middle School
These visionary individuals have made planned gifts to the Foundation in
the form of a bequest in their wills or a provision in a trust, life insurance
policy or retirement plan. Please consider a Legacy gift to support public
education in Washington Township. Contact Ginny Hacker, Sr. Executive
Director at 317-205-3332, ext. 77260 for more information.
Anonymous (2)
ChloeAnn Adams
Rob Caito &
Dena Rae Hancock
Dennis & Joan Dann
Carol L. Dennis
Joe & Marcia Erne
David & Julie Goodrich
David & Caron Green
Bill & Ginny Hacker
Linda Lawrence
John & Barb McDougall
Sherm & Katy McMurray
Sarah W. Mcnaught
Dave & Ann Sternberg
Tatti Tehan
Kathy White

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