View Race Results! Sunday, September 30, 2018 Health & Wellness Fair & Bay Front Run 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Bay Front Blvd., Hercules Your donations large and small make it possible for our community to support our schools and teachers by helping to make sure the best teaching ideas come to life. We understand
Benefit for the Hercules Education Foundation to support our local public schools. Golf tournament at Franklin Canyon is $90 per person ($100 after July 15th). Ticket price includes green fees, cart, box lunch, dinner and prizes. Bring a friend for dinner for only $20. Please see attached flyers for more information and to register as
The HEF Board of Directors will meet on Monday, May 8, at 6:30 p.m. in the Hercules Library Small Conference Room. Everyone is welcome to attend. See attached agenda.
Join us for a discussion led by Education Matters on the initiative "What's Possible for WCC Kids?" in the Hercules Library Large Conference Room from 6:30 to 8:30 pm. See attached flyers for details. Conversation Notes of the meeting were prepared by Education Matters.
Read and raise funds for education and the Hercules Library. Go to www.crowdrise.com/herculesreadforfunds to donate or sign up as a fundraiser. Help us reach $10,000 goal.
Aug 10, 2011 — Hercules Education Foundation (HEF) asking parents to support Hercules schools and students
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Hercules Education Foundation (HEF) asking parents to support Hercules schools and students Hercules, California – August 8, 2011 – Hercules schools are in need of help and parents are the key to make a difference said Ephrem Naizghi, the interim President of Hercules Education Foundation. The HEF is asking each family in Hercules
Amidst budget cuts at the state level, the Hercules Education Foundation is hoping to raise more money for local schools. See the full story on the Hercules Patch web site.
This letter is an appeal to supplement our students’ educational opportunities. This is a very small amount of additional resources that will go directly into the classroom. No overhead or expenses will be deducted. This is no more than $5 per student per month. Click here to read the letter.
Bob Redlo presents to Hercules City Council on May 24, 2011. To view the presentation, click here. Using the Jump To pop-up list on the left, select the sixth item (Receive Presentation from Hercules Education Foundation).