News

2018




The Fairview School Foundation Board of Directors has named Barbara K. Wingerter as the recipient of this year’s Barbara F. Junker Community Service Award.  This prestigious award is presented annually to an individual, group, or organization which shares Mrs. Junker’s commitment to the Fairview School District and embraces the characteristics of dedication, loyalty, and community service.

Barbara K. Wingerter spent her adult life as a Fairview resident and volunteered for countless organizations in our community.  She and late her husband, Daniel, owner of Paragon Packaging Products, raised their family here and sent four children to school in the Fairview School District.

Like many women of her generation, Barbara became deeply involved in her community.  She was a member of the American Association of University Women for many years.  She was very active in the Fairview Presbyterian Church, serving in different capacities.  She served on a number of boards, including the Friends of the Library, where she worked (successfully) to bring a library branch to Fairview Township (known as Lincoln Community Center Library).  She was also a founding member of the Fairview Historical Society.

Additionally, she served on the Fairview School Board for almost 15 years alongside Barbara Junker.  She took her role as school board member very seriously and spent many hours reading the copious documents that were sent to their home and covered the dining room table.   She attended endless committee and board meetings as well as meeting with fellow school board members.  All for the betterment of the District and it’s students.

 We are so proud and honored to recognize this outstanding Fairview citizen!


Please join us in congratulating:

Barbara K. Wingerter

as the 2018 recipient of the

Barbara F. Junker Community Service Award






Scott Enterprises EITC photo

Scott Enterprises recently presented a check in the amount of $2000 to the Fairview School Foundation.  The gift was made possible through the Educational Improvement Tax Credit (EITC) program.  The funding will be used for mini-grants, allowing teachers to present programs that go beyond the normal classroom curriculum – helping to make learning more exciting and relevant.  From left to right are David Williams (Development Director, Fairview School Foundation), Nick Scott, Jr., Debra Foyle (Fairview School Foundation board member).





First National check presentation


First National Bank recently presented a check in the amount of $2,500 to the Fairview School Foundation (FSF).  The gift was made possible through the Educational Improvement Tax Credit (EITC) program.  The funding will be used for mini-grants, allowing teachers to present programs that go beyond the normal classroom curriculum – helping to make learning exciting and relevant. (L to R  Alison Samuels, FNB Market Manager; Chris Hanes, FNB Office Manager; David Williams, FSF Director of Development; and Kim Seth, FSF Office Coordinator).



2017


check presentation

Scott Enterprises recently presented a check in the amount of $3000 to the Fairview School Foundation.  The gift was made possible through the Educational Improvement Tax Credit (EITC) program.  The funding will be used for mini-grants, allowing teachers to present programs that go beyond the normal classroom curriculum – helping to make leaning more exciting and relevant.  From left to right are Susan Sapone (Fairview School Foundation board member), Nick Scott Sr., Nick Scott Jr., Chris Scott, Alison Scott, David Williams (Development Director, Fairview School Foundation).

 



check presentation


The law firm of MacDonald, Illig, Jones & Britton, LLP, recently presented a check in the amount of $2000 to the Fairview School Foundation.  The gift was made possible through the Educational Improvement Tax Credit (EITC) program.  The funding will be used for mini-grants, allowing teachers to present programs that go beyond the normal classroom curriculum – helping to make leaning more exciting and relevant.  Left to right, Attorneys Nicholas Pagliari, John Draskovic, Daniel Miller, Kimberly Oakes, Leslie Marsden (Foundation President), David Williams (Foundation Director of Development), Jack Mehler and Shaun Adrian.


check presentation


First National Bank recently presented a check in the amount of $2,500 to the Fairview School Foundation (FSF).  The gift was made possible through the Educational Improvement Tax Credit (EITC) program.  The funding will be used for mini-grants, allowing teachers to present programs that go beyond the normal classroom curriculum – helping to make learning exciting and relevant. (L to R Chris Hanes, FNB Office Manager; Alison Samuels, FNB Market Manager; Susan Sapone, FSF Board member; and David Williams, FSF Director of Development).

 

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