About the Lebanon Township
Education Foundation (LTEF)
The Lebanon Township Education Foundation was
established in 2006 by a group of parents interested in enhancing
educational opportunities for children and adults within the township. Funds
raised by the LTEF provide for technology and equipment grants, capital
improvements, and community education classes not available within the
Enrichment Grant Program
The LTEF is happy to have provided more than $30,000 for the purchase of technology
and supplies to enrich our district's curriculum. Under the
program, teachers or school principals make requests for specific equipment,
which are then funded by interested individuals in conjunction with the
LTEF. Previous funded grants include iMac computers for the library at
Woodglen, a Smart Board at Valley View, student response clickers, laptops,
and science and writing supplies. Please visit the LTEF website for a
list of current open grants.
The LTEF raised
approximately $180,000 for the new Valley View playground which was
successfully opened to the children in the Spring of 2010. They are
now focused on a recreation project at Woodglen School,
which might include components such as a seating area, a fitness course, and
improved basketball facilities.
As part of the
community education program, the LTEF hosts after-school and evening classes
on topics that are of interest to the community including watercolor
painting, babysitting, and yoga. Notices regarding future classes will
be posted the Events section of the district website and will be sent to the
LTEF mailing list.
Please look for LTEF
notices on our Community Resources Events
& Notices page. You can also subscribe to the
LTEF "Notify Me" to get additional information on upcoming
How Can You Help?
The LTEF welcomes all
community members at their monthly meetings. They also have numerous
volunteer opportunities throughout the school year. Please visit the
to learn how you can lend a hand.
Valley View School's new playground.