Archive for Month: December 2018
FMFCU Foundation Grant Will Bring Four Legged Pals to Prospect Park
FMFCU Foundation Executive Director, Rick Durante, presented another Teacher Mini-Grant check this week. Andrea Ricevuto, teacher at Prospect Park School in the Interboro School District, applied for an innovative grant to bring therapy dogs to her school. Ms. Ricevuto works with 75 students in her Title One Reading program that she describes […]
Delco Hi-Q Round One Ends With Chichester, Springfield, and Garnet Valley Victories
The first round of Delco Hi-Q competitions continued this week with teams battling for points in the nation’s oldest continuous academic quiz competition. The week started with a trip to Radnor Township on December 10th where Valley Forge Military Academy hosted Cardinal O’Hara, and Chichester High Schools. The teams’ hot […]
Marple Newtown Biology Program Receives Foundation Teacher Mini-Grant
The biology program at Marple Newtown High School received some help from Franklin Mint Federal Credit Union Foundation in the form of a Teacher Mini-Grant to fund an innovative program. Biology, a difficult course for students filled with abstract processes, can be a challenge for learners. Biology teachers at Marple Newtown identified a […]
ARCHBISHOP CARROLL, HAVERFORD, DELAWARE COUNTY CHRISTIAN, AND BONNER-PRENDIE SCORE WINS IN THE FIRST WEEK OF DELCO HI-Q
Delco Hi-Q’s 71st season kicked off at Ridley High School on Monday December 3, 2018. Delaware County’s academic competition may have recently turned 70 but it has not shown any signs of aging!
Pennell Elementary Receives Mini-Grant
Pennell Elementary’s Mini-Grant from FMFCU Foundation is anything but mini to Multiple Disabilities Support teacher Catherine Furia. She and her team plan to make a big impact with the funds. Our grant will provide alternative programs and materials to help students learn important functional skills such as Reading, Telling Time, and Counting […]
First Teacher Mini-Grant Awarded
Notre Dame de Lourdes School in Ridley Township is the first recipient of our Teacher Mini-Grant program. Ms. Kristy Dumont applied for a grant to expand their Life Science program for middle school students.