For Immediate Release:
Thursday, June 10, 2021
Enhanced Online News (EON)
The Foundation for Lee County Public Schools (FLCPS) and The Shadow Wood Charitable Foundation Award Nine Students with Technical/Trade School Scholarship
Fort Myers, Fla (June 10, 2021)– On May 24, 2021, The Foundation for Lee County Public Schools and the Shadow Wood Charitable Foundation surprised nine students with a $5,000 scholarship to any trade or technical school. The scholarship was awarded to seven students from Bonita Springs High School and two students from Estero High School virtually in front of their principals, families and counselors.
“This awesome scholarship opportunity, created by The Shadow Wood Charitable Foundation, will help very deserving students achieve their highest level, states Marshall T. Bower, Esq, President & CEO of The Foundation for Lee County Public Schools”. “Career pathways in the trades and technical field help to ensure a robust economy”.
Tod Wilcock, President of the Shadow Wood Charitable Foundation, said “The Shadow Wood Charitable Foundation, generously supported by the Shadow Wood Community, wishes to congratulate those outstanding students of Bonita Springs and Estero High Schools, who have been awarded scholarships to support their training and education for their future in trade and technical vocations”. “These scholarships will provide for these students, fulfilling their dreams as they become valuable contributors to our community”.
Ashly Altuzar – Bonita Springs High School Edward Benitez – Bonita Springs High School Andrew Chase – Estero High School
Durham Egger – Estero High School Francisco Garcia – Bonita Springs High School Juana Francisco – Bonita Springs High School
Sulamita Lucas – Bonita Springs High School Julian Pedro – Bonita Springs High School William Stollard – Bonita Springs High School
About The Foundation for Lee County Public Schools:
The Foundation for Lee County Public Schools, Inc. is a private, 501(c)3 organization established in 1986. Its mission is to enhance and enrich the quality of public education in Lee County for students and educators through programs, resources, and experiences made possible through corporate, individual, and educational partnerships. The Foundation is rated a Platinum organization by Guide Star. Find us online at www.leeschoolfoundation.org, on Twitter @FoundationLCPS, and on Facebook.
About The Shadow Wood Charitable Foundation:
The Shadow Wood Charitable Foundation is a private 501(c)3 organization whose mission is to unite residents of the Shadow Wood community to serve their Southwest Florida neighbors in need and to provide worthy students with an opportunity to fulfill their life goals.
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