Cuyahoga Falls Schools Foundation & Alumni Association
Recognizing the past -- Building the Future
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Cuyahoga Falls honors six new College-bound football seniors. Click here to view article
2020 Scholarship Awards:
We awarded 73 scholarships for a total of $166,500 to our high school graduating seniors.
See the Scholarship Section of this Website for the recipients' names & their majors
Five 2020 Teacher Awards To Enhance Student Learning
Project titles include:
A Class set of Ukuleles
Enlarging the World
Incorporating Literature into Math Class
Calming the Waters
Career Education Recognition & Recruitment
Go to the Teacher Grants Section of this Website to read more about these projects
What is the Cuyahoga Falls Schools Foundation & Alumni Association?
We are a non-profit (501(c)(3 ) organization with a mission to promote educational excellence in the Cuyahoga Falls School District. Through your generosity and desire to give back to your school district and its community, we award scholarships and teacher grants, assist with school district capital improvements, and foster relationships with current students and alumni.
Led by a Board of Trustees made up of alumni, parents, and community members, the CFSFAA strives to support the students, staff and alumni of the Cuyahoga Falls City Schools. We were founded in 1983 by Dr. Harold Wilson, Superintendent of the Cuyahoga Falls City Schools, John W. Steinhauer, Assistant Superintendent, John David Jones, and Gary Marshall.
Initiatives made possible through Cuyahoga Falls Schools Foundation and Alumni Association (CFSCAA) Membership and donations include:
Top Tiger - To further support the ongoing efforts of the Cuyahoga Falls City Schools, CFSFAA supports the Top Tiger Awards. Created by the Cuyahoga Falls Board of Education, these awards honor two outstanding students from each building per month at a School Board Meeting. The focus of the program is to recognize students from all grade levels who excel in citizenship, academics, and civic activities within their school and the community. The program allow the Board of Education to publicly acknowledge the positive accomplishements of our students.
Capital Improvements - The CFSFAA participates in opportunities to improve the district's physical structures. Previous contributions include an updated entrance to the Clifford Stadium.
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