The Baldwin-Whitehall School District invites you to consider making a donation to our Technology Fund for which all proceeds will benefit the over 4,225 students in the District. Your donations will be used to help us with various initiatives such as:
· Our proposed 1-1 initiative for students in grades 6-12.
· Renovating district spaces such as J.E. Harrison Middle School’s Unified Arts wing to make it the Maker Space of the future!
Through grant funding and generous donations, we have been able to make some of our dreams come to life in spaces such at the IKS Highlander and Mission Ops Classroom of the Future. You can see firsthand how we have used these funds to reimagine the traditional classroom experience for our students by visiting ikshighlander.weebly.com-we think that you’ll agree with us when we say that the students’ learning is truly out of this world!
Not only will your kind and generous support enhance your brand recognition within the District community, you will also help us to pave the way for the future success of our students. Please, help us make a difference for future generations of Highlanders and become a donor today.
Highlander Sponsor: Fund a District Program or Space: $10,000
Purple and White Sponsor: $5,000
Cloud Sponsor: $3,500
Terabyte Sponsor: $1,000
Gigabyte Sponsor: $500
Megabyte Sponsor: $250
Kilobyte Sponsor: $100
“51” Bytes Sponsor: $51
Donations can be made electronically using the e-funds for School system (https://goo.gl/S4Lj0I) or by check made payable to: The Baldwin-Whitehall School District, Memo line: Technology Fund.
Please mail checks to:
Baldwin-Whitehall School District
Attention: Janeen Peretin
4900 Curry Road
Pittsburgh, PA 15236
For more information, please contact Karen L. Brown, Board of School Directors, President, at firstname.lastname@example.org or Dr. Janeen Peretin, Director of Information and Instructional Technology at 412-885-7800 or at email@example.com. Thank you for your meaningful support of the Baldwin-Whitehall School District and its future!
Shopping that Supports Our Students
Amazon Smile (Benefits Baldwin-Whitehall Educational Foundation)
Box Tops for Education
To participate, simply cut the Box Tops coupon from hundreds of participating products you buy every day, from cereal to tissues. Box tops can be dropped off in your school’s main office. You can join Box Tops online! You can get coupons, recipes, and participate in contests. Visit Box Tops for Education for more information and to earn online box tops: www.boxtops4education.com/
You can also register your Giant Eagle Advantage Card at boxtops.gianteagle.com. You earn 10 free eBoxTops just for registering and opting in to receive emails. Then earn eBox Tops as you shop!
Office Depot/Office Max
5% of purchase of qualifying school supplies will be designated to the school of your choice for free supplies.
- BHS: 70088411
- HMS: 70088409
- MES: 70088403
- WES: 70088410
- PES: 70088370
Apples for the Students
Make the most out of this one-of-a-kind educational award program! Simply register your Giant Eagle Advantage Card with Apples for the Students and use it each time you shop at Giant Eagle to earn points for your school. Earning points is simple! With every scan of your registered Giant Eagle Advantage Card at the cash register, points are automatically credited to your selected school.
It’s Easy to Register!
- Sign in to gianteagle.com or create an account.
- Register your Giant Eagle Advantage Card® online.
- Visit the My School Programs page and enter the code of the school that you’d like to receive points. You can also register to earn points for more than one school!
- BHS: 47
- HMS: 426
- MES: 663
- WES: 1343
- PES: 818
You’re done! Be sure to encourage your family and friends to register, too!
BWSD Cafeteria Fund
The purpose of this campaign is to raise money to provide hot meals to students who have a need, but do not qualify for free or reduced lunches.
The funds raised will be used strictly for this purpose.
Baldwin-Whitehall Educational Foundation
The mission of the Baldwin-Whitehall Educational Foundation (BWEF) is to recognize and support innovation and excellence in the Baldwin-Whitehall School District.
The BWEF meet's this mission by providing educators grants for innovative or enriching educational programs not funded by the school district and by providing scholarship opportunities to graduating seniors of the Baldwin High School.
The Baldwin-Whitehall Educational Foundation is a non-profit organization registered as a 501(c)(3).
To learn more about this organization, please click on the logo below.