Fiscal year 2016 was a banner year, giving over $60,000 to Ledyard Public Schools!!


Thank you all for caring so much. LEAF was able to fund:

2 Multi- Year Capital Grants

7 Teacher Mini-Grants


What We Did In 2014-2015

LEAF awarded Ledyard Public Schools $52,000 in grants this fiscal year. Over $20,000 in grants completed our Library Leaning Commons multi-year capital grant commitment including mobile computer laboratories for the LCS and GHS media centers and GFS library interactive white boards.

Additionally, LEAF has funded the following mini-grants:

Gateway To Technology Begins at Ledyard Middle School in 2015!

Ledyard Education Advancement Foundation announces $125K multi-year pledge to expand Ledyard High School’s Project Lead The Way(PLTW) pre-engineering program to Ledyard’s K-8 classrooms. Implementation began with Ledyard Middle School’s Gateway To Technology program which offers Design, Modeling, Automation and Robotics classes. Next, the Launch program will be introduced in every elementary grade as quickly as LEAF can raise funds. These classes are needed to meet national Next Generation Science Standards. PLTW provides teachers with the resources needed for rigorous and relevant project-based learning. Ledyard Superintendent and Board of Education endorse this project and are committed to developing our students’ skills needed to succeed in the global economy. Dow has recently provided $15,000 and the Ledyard Rotary Club donated $1,000 to implement the middle school program one year earlier than budgeted.

Link for PLTW:
www.pltw.org

 



The Library Learning Commons has been fully funded!!

What We Did In 2013-2014

What We Did In 2012-2013

What We Did In 2011-2012

What We Did In 2010-2011

What We Did In 2009-2010

What We Did In 2008-2009

What We Did In 2007-2008

Our Goals For 2008-2009

Dinners of Excellence

Read about the 2016, 2013, 2012, 2011 and 2009 dinners.

LEAF Is An All Volunteer 501(c)3 Organization; All Donations Are Tax-Deductible