Pennell Elementary Receives Mini-Grant

By | December 6th, 2018|Uncategorized|

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 [...]

First Teacher Mini-Grant Awarded

By | December 5th, 2018|Uncategorized|

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. Ms. Dumont (center with check), Father Devlin, Parish [...]

To What Do You Attach Your Brand?

By | December 4th, 2017|Uncategorized|

Mission Statement… Positioning Statement… Tag Line… Core Values… These branding efforts emanate from within an organization and form the foundation of the organization’s public image. Successful branding is an outward reflection of the internal messaging and vice versa. Imagine how [...]

Defending Champs Add 63 Points to Cume

By | January 20th, 2017|Academic Achievement, Education, Events, HiQ, Uncategorized|

Last year’s Delco Hi-Q champs, Garnet Valley, added 63 points to their cumulative score in a victory over host team Springfield High School and guests Academy Park. Thursday’s competition concluded second-round play for all 21 participating teams. The Jaguars picked [...]

Penncrest, Sun Valley, and Garnet Valley Make Championship

By | March 2nd, 2016|HiQ, Uncategorized|

Sun Valley 2015- 2016 Delco Hi-Q Team Sixth place Sun Valley High School upset second place Radnor in the first round of Semi-Final Delco Hi-Q competition. Radnor hosted Sun Valley and seventh place Haverford High Thursday in a [...]

Excellence in Teaching Award Pays Huge Classroom Dividends

By | January 20th, 2016|Uncategorized|

Dan Arrison, left, and a student show off the Lego Project at Grace Park Elementary School. No one likes getting called to the Principal’s Office, not even teachers. Ridley School District Special Needs Instructor Dan Arrison is no [...]

Championship Hi-Q Team Posts Season’s Best Score to Date

By | January 15th, 2016|Uncategorized|

Penncrest 2015-2016 Delco Hi-Q Team Reigning Delco Hi-Q champs Penncrest High School routed their competitors to rack up 62 points, the highest score in a single meet so far this season. Dr. Joseph O’Brien, FMFCU Foundation Board Member [...]

Hi-Q Competition Heats Up as Season 68 Second Round Commences

By | January 13th, 2016|Uncategorized|

Marple Newtown 2015-2016 Hi-Q Team Marple Newtown and Sun Valley High School Hi-Q teams racked up 49 and 45 points respectively, positioning each team in competitive spots at the 68th Season midpoint. Marple Newtown took an early lead [...]

Garnet Valley and Radnor High End First Round with Big Wins

By | December 21st, 2015|HiQ, News, Uncategorized|

Two mid-December meets brought the latest chapter of Delco Hi-Q to an end but the season is still young. Penncrest, last year’s Delco Hi-Q champions, was unable to stave off rival Garnet Valley High School (pictured here) in the teams’ [...]