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On the cover: Clark Fork entrepreneurship students, from science math art music left, Stillman Berkley, Melannie Wurm and Cassidy Smith pose science math Brian artPowell and music with teacher Marilyn Sabella of Eve’s Leaves; see story, page 5. Photo science math art by Doug music Marshall/El Photo Grande. Panhandle science mathAlliance artfor Education music appreciates the contributions to this annual report: Keokee for science artand Doug music design math and editing, Marshall/El Photo Grande and Paul Jacobson Edge science math of Cutting art music Images for photography.

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productions at the Panida Theater, most recently

“Music Man.” As a Sandpoint Middle School

But “the play is the thing.” When the troupe arrived the students were ready for the antics, the poetry, the history, the characters – The Play.

Above left: Actors Riley McGinnis, Hayden Dilworth, Cheyenne Nicholson, and Adeola Ogbeide pose with Deborah McShane Below: Brandon Hunter as King Henry

English teacher, she knows that seventh- and eighth-graders are prime for developing an ear for Shakespeare and for appreciating the bard’s wit and wisdom. Why not bring Shakespearean Theater into the school? The Idaho Shakespeare Festival has a program to do just that. Using the Betty Ann Diehl Award for the Arts from Panhandle Alliance for

Betty Ann Diehl 1925-2010

In 2003, Betty Ann Diehl created an endowment with the Idaho Community Foundation (ICF) and designated Panhandle Alliance for Education as adviser to ICF on grant awards. She directed that projects support music and/or arts education in the Lake Pend Oreille School District. Betty Ann Diehl grew up in Sandpoint and graduated from Sandpoint High School in 1943. She left the area with her husband, Stan, while he ran the family lumber company. They returned in 1972. Her gift is a lasting legacy to the students and teachers of the community she loved.

Education, she invited the festival’s traveling troupe to perform at the Sandpoint Middle School. It was

A hundred ways to leave

a legacy

a perfect fit. Dynamic young performers are chosen for the traveling troupe, and they know how to en-

Ask for the Donor Brochure if you want to do more than just write a check.

gage students. At the close of each performance, the actors host an Afterword, a time to field questions from students and staff.

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a PAFE grant, students there have a startup, school-

based, online business: Bonner County Cut-Outs. Cut-Outs is an online coupon store serving retail and service businesses in Bonner County. Creation of the business required a wide range of

To understand how it works, go online to www.bonnercountycut-outs.com. You’ll see many familiar local businesses. Print the desired coupon, or use a hand held digital device to copy it, and off you go to the store. Student entrepreneurs have attended conferences to showcase this unique business, as well as their newly acquired presentation skills.

Clark Fork students, from left, Stillman Berkley, Melannie Wurm and Cassidy Smith are learning entrepreneurial skills from teacher Brian Powell and Bonner County Cut-Outs customer Marilyn Sabella

Community Connections

Engaging the community and local businesses in grants, education and teacher support is a winning combination for all. Marilyn Sabella, owner of Eve’s Leaves, used Bonner County Cut-Outs and said, “It is good for my business, and it is good for the students who learn from their fledgling business experience.” But most of all, she said: “I want to support what the Panhandle Alliance for Education is doing for our schools and our community. It is important work, and I have been here long enough to really appreciate what a big difference PAFE is making.”

Want to help? You can enlist in PAFE’s mission by volunteering or donating. Call 263-7040.

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Teacher Grants. These annual grants are award-

Kindergarten program, 90 percent of children in

ed district-wide to teachers and principals who

the program now enter school testing at or above readiness levels.

Program Overview

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Team up

Challenge your coworkers and have your company sponsor a team. Have fun supporting education. Get involved.

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RESULTS: Since 2003, 388 grants have been awarded, totaling a direct investment in our classrooms of more than $1 million.

Career and College Guidance. PAFE provides support for a district counselor to help high school seniors develop a career plan, with assistance in the college application process, SAT and ACT testing, financial aid, scholarships, and more. RESULTS: A three-year investment of

Reading. PAFE funds the CORE Reading Program,

$168,000 has radically boosted post-secondary

providing training for teachers of grades K-12 on

attendance by district graduates; in 2011, 78

state-of-the-art methodology to improve reading,

percent were accepted to college or technical

writing and language arts instruction.

schools.

RESULTS: Through a cumulative investment of $435,000, the Lake Pend Oreille School District has dramatically improved reading scores, from the low 80 percent range to near universal proficiency. In 2009 the district achieved its goal of 98 percent proficiency on ISAT testing in eighth-grade reading.

Professional Volunteer Coordinator. Through a partnership with the Equinox Foundation, PAFE helped provide a district volunteer coordinator to capitalize on community volunteer talent and manpower and offset staffing lost through budget cuts. RESULTS: In the 2011-12 academic

READY! for Kindergarten. In our district and

year, 52 volun-

nationwide, 44 percent of children entering kinder-

teers assisted 48

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teachers on a

– and data verifies that children who start behind,

regular basis, ac-

stay behind. The READY! program provides parents

counting for more

of children up to 5 years old with instruction, books

than 8,400 hours

and educational toys to help their children achieve

of volunteer time

success at the very start.

in classrooms of all

RESULTS: After four years of the READY! for

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How your contributions were INVESTED Endowment The PAFE Board of Directors is committed to helping future generations of Lake Pend Oreille School District students. We know the need for funding educational programs will continue long after our time here. To address this commitment, PAFE funds endowments with two established independent community foundations. These endowments are expected to become large enough to produce cash flow that future PAFE leaders can use to meet educational needs. Several Sandpoint area families who share our commitment to public education have funded family endowments naming PAFE as their distribution beneficiary. These families have created memorials to their family legacy while giving back to their community for generations to come.

Financials REVENUES, GAINS AND OTHER SUPPORT

12 months ending June 30, 2012

Donations

ASSETS Cash Net fixed assets TOTAL ASSETS

$738,830

Endowment revenue

94,812

4,867

Investment earnings

2,057

Total revenue

743,697

Net assets Total LIABILITIES & NET ASSETS

705,072

EXPENSES

LIABILITIES & NET ASSETS Accounts payable and other liabilities

$608,203

105,853

Fundraising

273,237

637,844

Grants/Programs

212,586

Contributions to endowment

100,000

$743,697

Administrative

54,965

Communications Endowment

If it’s the last Saturday in July, the Summer Sunset Gala is happening on the lake! Every year a generous friend of PAFE with a spacious lakefront setting offers to host the gala, an enchanted evening of food and fellowship, artists and educators. Attendees learn the PAFE story and give generously.

2,292,694

8,514

Total Expense

649,302

Net Income

$55,770

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Remember the date ­— last Saturday in July — and join in the fun to support our kids and their teachers.

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Panhandle Alliance for Education - Annual Report 2012  

The Panhandle Alliance for Education Annual Report - updates on what happened this year, grant highlights, financials and stories from the L...

Panhandle Alliance for Education - Annual Report 2012  

The Panhandle Alliance for Education Annual Report - updates on what happened this year, grant highlights, financials and stories from the L...

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