The Hammonton Education Foundation funds innovative projects in the Hammonton School District. Teachers must apply for grants, explaining how their proposed projects would enhance their students' education.
Since its inception in 2003, the foundation has awarded more than $536,268 worth of grants to local schools. Grants for the 2022-2023 school year will be announced this spring.
Teachers of the Year
In addition to the competitive grants, the foundation provides funding to the Governor's Educator of the Year honorees in the Hammonton School District. One teacher in each school receives the recognition annually. The foundation provides a $500 grant to each recipient for a classroom project of their choosing.
This year’s honorees are Kelly Yeats, teacher at Hammonton High School; Maureen Anderson, Special Education teacher at Hammonton Middle School; Renee Clark, Elementary Education teacher at Warren E. Sooy Jr. Elementary School; and Stefanie Dooley, Special Education teacher at Hammonton Early Childhood Education Center.
Congratulations to these outstanding educators, and thank you for everything you do to enhance the quality of education for our students!
The honorees are pictured below (L to R): S. Dooley, R. Clarke, M. Anderson, K. Yeats, HEF Vice President Lori Calderone, HEF President Roseann Struble, and HEF Trustee Kevin Friel.