The Sun Prairie Education Foundation enhances extraordinary educational opportunities throughout the Sun Prairie Area School District by acquiring and distributing resources.
Glenn Fenske, one of the founding trustees of the Sun Prairie Education Foundation lost his battle to cancer on Sunday, Febraury 20, 2011. Glenn was instrumental in the formation of the Foundation and served as president for many years. His dedication to the success of the Foundation and the Naming Rights Campaign..... The Fenske family was one of the first donors to the Campaign and funded The Fenske Courtyard at the new high school. With Glenn's guidance and determination the Foundation grew rapidly. His efforts have affected hundreds of students who have benefitted from the grants that the Foundation has been able to award each year. Glenn believed that students are the future of our country. He worked tirelessly to promote the Foundation.
It was Glenn's wish that memorials in his honor be made to the Foundation. Please consider making a donation to the Sun Prairie Education Foundation in his memory.
"Keys to the Future VII" Is Almost Here!
Make your plans to attend "Keys to the Future VII, Thursday, October 16, 2014 at Angell Park Pavilion in Sun Prairie! Tickets cost $25 per person and will be available from Sun Prairie Education Foundation board members and at Stark Company Realtors, 1625 W. Main. Check out our Facebook page for more info.
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Naming Rights Campaign Kick-Off
Do you care about public education and children? Give a tax-deductible gift to the Sun Prairie Education Foundation. Donating to the Foundation ensures today's children will be able to take advantage of fantastic educational opportunities beyond regular public school budgets. Click below to learn more about opportunities to donate to the Sun Prairie Education Foundation.
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