| KTEC Endowment Fund
The Kenosha School of Technology Enhanced Curriculum Endowment Fund exists to create and maintain a state-of-the-art, technology-infused campus for all KTEC students, while acting as a learning laboratory for education professionals.
| Board of Directors
- Joseph Centeno
- John Cairo
- Paul Fegley
- Jim Ryan
- Carrie Calandrelli
- Prisca Moore
- Mary Jo Jiter
- Facility expansion/modernization
- Dissemination of curricular program to teachers, schools, and districts
- STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) enhancements to keep curriculum program innovations effective
These activities will help carry out the mission.
|KTEC continues to grow. With the addition of a second campus in the 2014-2015 school year, nearly 800 students (1200 when at full capacity in 2016) can experience what KTEC offers – an education focused on science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). We are “fit for growth” after seven years of producing students who can think creatively, communicate clearly, collaborate with others and evaluate ideas. KTEC continues to adopt new STEM programs, train staff, and expand our facilities. As part of the public education system, our funding sources are limited. We depend on corporate and community partners to grow the KTEC Endowment Fund that allows us to continue our success. This fundraising effort has two main goals:
Provide funds to keep technology up to date and relevant
Provide funds for needed furnishings, building improvements, and expansions
|We will continue our Fit for Growth Campaign to help provide the needed funds to support our mission of maintaning up-to-date technology & quality learning facilities to all KTEC students!Donate directly to the KTEC Endowment Fund
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