The PCEF exists to encourage excellence and provide educational enrichment opportunities that benefit the students of Pennridge School District and are consistent with the district’s curriculum and strategic plan. Our mission is to enhance educational opportunities so our students are prepared to succeed in the 21st Century economy.
The Pennridge Community Education Foundation will present its Friend of Education award to Deibler Elementary School Principal Deb Brady and Penn Central Middle School Secretary Suzie Wolfinger at the fourth annual “A Lovely Evening” next month. “Deb and Suzie are two excellent choices,” said Bob Hipp, PCEF president. “They both have had an immensely positive [...]
On Tuesday, April 29, the Pennridge community will gather to celebrate our students, community members, educators and everything that makes us Pennridge Proud! This Lovely Evening will include performances of various groups from Pennridge, including our Jazz Band and the cast from Aida, our high school musical for 2014. Also included will be a short [...]
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2014.03.29 @ 9am - 12pm
PCEF is sponsoring the Regional Spelling Bee for schools in Bucks County. The winner goes on to the National Spelling Bee in Washington, D.C.
2014.04.29 @ 6pm - 9pm
PCEF is hosting the fourth annual "A Lovely Evening" at The Sellersville Theater. We'll present our "Friend of Education" award to one or more worthy recipients. Entertainment by Pennridge student musicians and thespians.
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PCEF is 501(c)(3) non-profit community organization that operates independent of, but in conjunction with, the Pennridge School District. Our all-volunteer Board of Directors works in partnership with the school board, administration, faculty, staff, alumni and students. We welcome the involvement of all district residents.
PCEF seeks to create unique, creative and challenging learning opportunities for Pennridge School District students. We engage local businesses, alumni, members of our community, government and other foundations in the process of building a stronger, more well-prepared student population.
No one needs to tell you that the economic crisis gripping our nation runs deeper and wider than any in recent memory. Descriptions of the economic maelstrom—the credit crunch, layoffs, and foreclosures—are sprawled across the national and local media.
What gets lost in the headlines is the gathering storm quietly brewing at the heart of public education in this country.