Quaker Valley Education Foundation trustees Maria Swanson and David Nimick awarded $6000 (over four years) scholarships to five Quaker Valley seniors. They plan to study engineering, medicine and/or computer science in college. They are, from left to right, Caitlyn McCloskey (front, left), Sida Wilson, Joshua Nichols; and Travis Wiehe (back, left) and Devon Jones.
Submitted by the Quaker Valley School District The Smithsonian Center for Learning and Digital Access has been awarded a grant from The Grable Foundation for a two-year study of how teachers select and use museum resources for classroom instruction. Quaker Valley is proud to have five teachers taking part in fellowships at the Smithsonian, in-person […]
Submitted by the Quaker Valley School District Students in 2nd grade at Osborne Elementary School performed “A Night at the Zoo” for family and friends. This event culminates a year of learning and ties into their Polar Bear project. The students researched and raised money for Polar Bears International Foundation. Additional photos and a video […]
Submitted by the Quaker Valley School District For the 14th consecutive year, Quaker Valley School District has been named to the list of “Best Communities for Music Education” presented by The NAMM Foundation. Quaker Valley is one of 583 districts nationwide to receive this designation. The Best Communities Music Education award is given to districts […]