Big Checks!

The WEF helped equip schools with emergency medical devices.

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Everybody loves Flap Jacks!

Come enjoy our annual pancake breakfast fundraiser in December at WHS.

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Amazingly Talented!

Artwork submitted by Tucker Stone to the annual Shooting Stars Visual Arts competition. Plan to attend: Apr 24th @ ASU's Schaefer Center. Tickets are available at the Schaefer Center Box Office.

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Hardin Park's 4th graders warm our hearts as they open Shooting Stars 2014! Mark your calendar: Shooting Stars 2015 April 24 @ ASU's Schaefer Center

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Teachers are Awesome!

WEF President, Chad Smith and Dr. Elliott, WCS Superintendent, were excited to present a grant award to Jamie Sherrill, First Grade teacher at Parkway Elementary School today.

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Price-Deverick Scholarships

The WEF recognizes that creative and innovative teachers want to continue their own learning to be the most effective teacher they can be. This is why the WEF provides professional development scholarships for teachers in a partnership with Blue Ridge Electric that honors former Blue Ridge Electric leaders and champions of education. **Deadline February 20, 2015**

FlapJack Flip 2014

Yummy for your tummy! Join us for our annual pancake breakfast fundraiser on the first Saturday in December at Watauga High School.

Shooting Stars!

An annual talent showcase of performing and visual artists from our schools. This year's performance will be on Friday, April 24, 2015 in ASU's Schaefer Center for the Performing Arts. Tickets are available at the Schaefer Center Box office weekdays until 5pm and at the door on show night! We hope to see you there!!

We Need Your Help!

Join this amazing team of dedicated volunteers and make a difference in the education of "Our Children, Our Future." You can help in so many ways: serving on the board, just helping out at an event, or giving a tax-deductible gift.

The Watauga Education Foundation started in 1989 as a group of parents concerned about a lack of textbooks in classrooms. Since then the WEF has infused over $1,000,000 into Watauga County Schools.