Enid Public School Foundation

Enid Public School Foundation

Supporting quality education & expanding 
opportunities for EPS Students

"Do all the good you can, by all the means you can, in all the ways you can, in all the places you can, at all the times you can, to all the people you can, as long as ever you can." John Wesley

BECOME A FRIEND OF THE FOUNDATION

We partner with individuals and businesses to continue to improve our public schools. Consider making a tax-deductible donation today. 

 

Mini Grants = Major Impact!

Our Grants to Teachers Program makes a big impact on local classrooms. The fall deadline is October 2, so get those ideas on paper! We will be allocating over $16,000 this semester.

 

Principal’s Pass Becomes a BIG Hit!

EHS Principal Dudley Darrow wows the crowd game after game to chants of “Darrow, Darrow!” and demonstrates his football skills at Plainsmen home games all for a great cause! Evans Pharmacy and Steve & Vanessa Walker sponsored two schools at our first home game and Mike & Kelley Wright will be sponsoring three schools at our next game. If you would like to sponsor a school through the Principal’s Pass, please contact us at foundation@enidk12.org. 

Thanks to Mr. Darrow’s arm and our sponsors, we donated $2,500 to ten different schools throughout the district during the 2016 football season. Thank you Enid for supporting our newest endeavor, the Principal’s Pass!

 

 

 

 

 

About the Enid Public School Foundation
Enid Public School Foundation was created in the late 1980s to maximize the quality of Enid Public Schools by funding innovative classroom projects and materials. Since its inception the Foundation has grown according to the needs in the district. Our primary programs are Grants to Teachers, Teacher Scholarships, and the Vicki and Kevin Davis Scholarship Program for students who attend the University Center. Since its inception, the organization and its donors have contributed over $475,000 to the school district in teacher grants alone.

 

About Enid Public Schools
EPS is one of Oklahoma’s fastest-growing districts, serving more than 8,100 students in a supportive community of 50,000. District enrollment has increased by 1,700 in just ten years. The district promotes innovative learning and the use of technology. It is a National Math and Science 
Initiative district and recently opened a University Center on the Enid High campus. The district’s youngest students benefit from devopmentally approriate full-day prekindergarten classes, including an intergenerational program. In addition to a dynamic academic program, the district has dozens of programs in the areas of athletics, visual arts, performing arts and music.