The Big Picture: District Wide


Spotlight Projects

The Education Foundation of Indian River County's mission is to enrich and enhance educational opportunities.  We work closely with educational leaders to identify and prioritize projects align with these efforts.
Through the generousity of community partners such as Impact 100, Bank of America,  Children Services Advisory Council, Indian River Community Foundation, John's Community Service League, The John's Island Foundation, United Way of Vero Beach, Motorola, AT&T, Toyota of Vero Beach, School District Education Foundation Matching Grant Program (from the Florida Legislature), Indian River Lawyers Auxiliary and a Business Partnership with Piper Aircraft, we have been able to help students and teachers achieve BIG dreams.
We are continuing to work closely with the District to support the following major projects:
"Algebra Counts 2 - Lesson Study" Algebra Counts 2 seeks to change the way middle and high school teachers deliver Algebra 1 content instruction in classrooms of the School District of Indian River County.
"Model Classroom at Dodgertown Elementary School" Creating the first model 4 year old pre-kindergarten classroom (VPK) for the school district.
"Enhanced Digital Learning System"  Allowing students and teachers to access instructional material from mobile devices.
"Career Academies" Supporting non traditional classrooms to enhance learning at the high school level.
"R.E.A.L. Lab (Room of Engaging Ability Learning) at the Wabasso School The lab provides students, with special needs, the opportunity to live and function independently in their community.  The learning lab facilitates hands on, practical and real-life experiences for all students to develop independent functioning and daily living skills.  Development of these skills will award the students an opportunity  to be integrated inot their community socially, increase independence and the possibility for employment.
"SPEAK UP!" Thie project provide each child, at the Wabasso Schoool, a voice and a means of communicating to achieve academic success.  It also enables students to develop independent living skills and potential employment opportunities. 
"STEP into Kindergarten" Designed to increase readiness rate of at risk four year olds who need the benefit of high quality instruction.  The 29 day bridge program prepares children, who have participated in a Voluntary Pre-Kindergarten Program (VPK), and will be attending a Title I Elementary School for Kindergarten.  

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2019 Indian River Regional Science & Engineering Fair

The 2019 Science Fair will begin with project set up on Friday, January 25th.  Judging will take  place on Saturday, January 26th beginning at 8:00 a.m. (6th - 12th) and 9:00 a.m. (K-5th).  Elementary Division Awards Ceremony (grades K - 5) will be held on Sunday, January 2, 2019 from 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm.  Secondary Division Awards Ceremony (grades 6 - 12) will be held on Wednesday, January 30, 2019 at 6:00 pm.

Click on the Science Fair tab on the left of the home page for more information and forms.

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