Employee Campaign


It's easy to contribute to the SBEF Employee Campaign Scholarship

Donate electronically, or download and complete, sign and return the contribution form. If you already participate in payroll deduction, your current deduction will continue unless you wish to change your contribution amount.

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Dear SBISD Employees – the Spring Branch Education Foundation (SBEF) want to thank all SBISD Employees who contributed to the 2015-2016 Employee Campaign. Thanks to their generosity, 47 seniors each won a $1,000 scholarship, presented to them at the 2016 Bright Stars Award Night.

As part of a unique Employee Campaign, sponsored by SBEF, SBISD employees donate money that funds scholarships for children of SBISD employees who graduate from a district high school. This year campaign awarded $47,000 in scholarships. Awards were made to seniors from each SBISD high school.

 

 

SBEF Employee Campaign Scholarship   

  • Academy of Choice – Luis Funes, Katelynn Hollister
  • Memorial High School – Carol Ann Iler, Victoria Lioliou, Omar Olivares-Cordero, Regan Reese, Rachel Robertson, Courtney Slattery, Kelsey Slattery, Teresa Vergult
  • Northbrook High School – Daisy Castillo, Oscar Herrera, Ashley Oliva
  • Spring Woods High School – Jacquelyn Andrade, Clarissa Cano, Jessenia Covarrubias, Brittany Garcia, Kevin Lucas, Andrew Martinez, Kendall Neal
  • Stratford High School – Kelcy Allen, Thomas Birdsong, Ryan Brown, Marianna Davis, William Fowler, Andre Frederick, Megan Gardner, Emily Gex, Sawyer Greenhill, Melanie Hastings, Helen Hemphill, Addison Johnson, Isobel Makin, Taylor Meyer, Nicholas Phucas, Natalya Pomeroy, Mary-Kate Scurlock, Hugh Sharp, Jared Willis
  • Westchester Academy for International Studies – Zeynep Dikmen, Clinton Dougher, Marie Drosche, Jon Lim, Joshua McCune, Jesid Post, Emily Ripkowski, Diana Villareal

  

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