Clark-Pleasant Education Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to raising funds that enhance educational opportunities within Clark-Pleasant Community School Corporation. Since our incorporation in 2012, Clark-Pleasant Education Foundation has gifted over $190,000 in grants and scholarships to students and teachers.
Our purpose is intertwined in all that we do.
Encourage, recognize, reward and support creativity, innovation, achievement and excellence within the students, teachers and administrators of the Clark-Pleasant Community School Corporation;
Develop partnerships with individuals, families, community groups, local businesses and philanthropies to enhance educational opportunities within the Clark-Pleasant Community School Corporation;
Inspire parents and alumni of Clark-Pleasant Community School Corporation to participate in the learning process;
Work with teachers and administrators in order to enhance the quality of public education; and
Transact any and all lawful business for which nonprofit corporations may be incorporated under the Act, provided such business is not inconsistent with the Corporation being organized and operated exclusively for non-profit purposes.
Board of Directors
The Clark-Pleasant Education Foundation (CPEF) is a non-profit, volunteer-based organization committed to excellent public education for the students of Whiteland County. The CPEF generates new sources of revenue to fund teacher-initiated educational projects that could not be funded by local, state or federal money.
Tina Dolen, President
Brian Webb, Vice President
Matt McGovern, Treasurer
Wendy Preilis , Secretary
Tanya Pugh, Member
Sue Whitney, Member
Dr. Pat Spray, Member
Jessie McClain, Co-Executive Director
Jenny Zahm, Co-Executive Director
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