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The Gloucester Education Foundation drives innovation, encourages creativity, expands student opportunities and empowers educators to strengthen teaching and learning in the Gloucester Public School District.

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The Gloucester Education Foundation provides our community with a tangible way to have an impact on our schools through donations to GEF, which we then convert into grants for innovative programs and enriching experiences for Gloucester’s children.

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FOR EDUCATORS

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Grant applications are encouraged for programs/projects that promote innovation, provide enrichment, promote community collaboration and foster Increased student achievement.

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GEF’S IMPACT

GEF PROGRAMS

Since 2005, GEF has brought more than $6 million to the Gloucester Public Schools for innovative programs that inspire students and empower educators.

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ABOUT GEF

ABOUT GEF

GEF is a local non-profit that serves as an innovative thought partner of the Gloucester Public School System.  We encourage teachers to think big about what could be possible and we look for ways to expand learning opportunities for students.

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3 days ago

Gloucester Education Foundation

GEF is so grateful to all of our donors and supporters. It is because of you that we can provide incredible opportunities to Gloucester students. You can find an online version of our 2018 Annual Report by following the link below. Hard copies are also available at City Hall, the Sawyer Free Library, each school and in the GEF office. drive.google.com/file/d/1RCjdHQMkiNZUeCtLvihFtpK2MhDGbU-N/view?usp=sharing ... See MoreSee Less

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4 days ago

Gloucester Education Foundation

O'Maley 8th-graders in Amy Donnelly's science class have been having a terrific experience at the Essex Boat Building Museum this week. They have been making 24-ft. pulling boats, complete with hand-made grommets and oars, from raw materials, under the watchful eye of Ms. Donnelly, O'Maley Engineering Specialist Dave Brown and volunteers from the Essex Boat Building Museum and Lowell's Boat Shop in Amesbury. The workshop is included as part of the students' engineering curriculum. ... See MoreSee Less

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