Who Are We?
The King William Public Schools Education Foundation (KWPSEF) is a tax-exempt, nonprofit charitable foundation with a goal of raising money to enhance and expand educational opportunities for the students of King William County through community-wide participation and philanthropy. The first goal of KWPSEF is to fund eventual construction of a fine arts complex at King William High School. The Foundation will also fund scholarships for students and teachers. The board of directors includes parents, teachers, administrators, and ex-officio members of the School Board.
Fine Arts Festival
Come Join Us for the 5th Annual Fine Arts Festival at King William High School
ON SATURDAY, April 25, 2015
From 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 P.M.
Performances by High School band, chorus, jazz band, madrigals, Middle School bands, chorus, Acquinton chorus, recorder ensemble, Percussion Discussion, Cool Springs Primary School chorus, Dawn's School of Dance, and High School Drama. Works of art by our most accomplished student artists will also be on display.
This will be the finest collection of local student performing and visual artists to ever appear in one afternoon in King William County. Join us for an afternoon of art and music. Admission is $2 for adults and free for students. A silent auction of items from local businesses will be conducted to raise money for the King William Public Schools Education Foundation. You can view a copy of the program by CLICKING HERE.
How Can I Help?
You can help by...
- Making tax-deductible contributions to the KWPSEF.
- Becoming a member of the Board of Directors
- Attending and supporting Foundation events
- Volunteering time to help organize fund-raising and Foundation events
- Contribuing goods or services pro-bono
If you are interested in learning more, please contact the KWPSEF's Board of Directors President Renee Mills at (804) 769-7142 or Secretary Hannah Crews at (804) 769-3325.
King William Public Schools
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