The Bronxville School Foundation is Accepting Nominations for Board of Directors Until January 24, 2020 Print

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by Kelly M. Dolan, Board Member, The Bronxville School Foundation

Jan. 8, 2020: The Bronxville School Foundation will accept nominations through January 24, 2020, to fill open positions on its Board of Directors for the upcoming year.

Candidates are village residents who would work with current board members to raise funds and support grants that will enhance educational programs in the Bronxville School district.

Senior citizens, parents of alumni, and community members without children are encouraged to express interest. The Directors reflect a broad and diverse cross-section of the community.

The Foundation was established as a nonprofit in 1991 by the Trustees of the Bronxville School Board of Education, citizens of the community, and supporters of the school who understood that raising private funds from school families and village residents to supplement the District’s budget was important to maintaining a top-notch school district.

The Foundation’s Board of Directors consists of thirty people, including one member of the Board of Education, the Superintendent of Schools, and the Vice President of the PTA.

The Foundation Nominating Committee’s primary role is to identify motivated, hard-working leaders for possible nomination to the Bronxville School Foundation.

The Committee considers recommendations from within the board as well as from individuals who express interest through the Foundation office.

To express your interest, propose candidates or learn more about the Foundation, please contact Executive Director Peggy Williams, at 914-395-0515 or by email at CLOAKING .

Written correspondence should be forwarded to her attention at The Bronxville School Foundation, 177 Pondfield Road, Bronxville, New York, 10708.

Please include specific information about involvement in the community and the school. Other details regarding background or relevant experience should also be included.

Additional information about the Bronxville School Foundation can be found at www.bronxvilleschoolfoundation.


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