LEARN WHAT THE
FOUNDATION IS ALL ABOUT
FIND OUT WHAT FPEF IS
DOING FOR THE SCHOOL DISTRICT
MEET THE BOARD OF FPEF
FIND OUT HOW YOU
CAN HELP OUR SCHOOL
You are invited
The Florham Park Education Foundation (FPEF) is a non-profit 501(c)3 whose mission is to strengthen public education in the Florham Park School District through advocacy, fundraising and investment in programs that empower every student to achieve both academic and personal success. A primary goal of the FPEF is to make the Florham Park School District a recognized model of educational excellence and innovation, where every student can thrive and have the opportunity to reach his or her highest potential.
The FPEF is an intentionally diverse and inclusive volunteer organization.
Learn more about us!
Join us on a meet & Greet on Oct 4, 2021, 7pm.
Florham Park Education Foundation
in Partnership with
invites you to join the:
Caste by Isabel Wilkerson
Thursday @ 7:00 PM
This moderated conversation will encourage in-depth study of the text and open a dialog around issues related to race both in the broader United States and in our local community.
The first session will cover the introduction and Part 1 of the book (pages 1-39). Participants are encouraged to attend all four sessions.
The first 30 registrants will receive their own copy of the book to keep for their personal collection.
Visit florhamparklib.org/events to register.
Registration opens Thursday, February 11.
Florham Park Education Foundation Virtual Wine Tasting A Success
The mission of the Florham Education Foundation (FPEF) is to strengthen public education in the Florham Park School District through advocacy, fundraising, and investment in programs that empower every student to achieve both academic and personal success. The Foundation awards teacher grants and funds a Community Care program that helps families in the FP school district with essential needs such as food and/or school supplies.
On Thursday, November 12, 2020, the Foundation hosted a virtual wine tasting fundraiser in
partnership with Opici Wines and Main Street Wine Cellars, raising $4,000 in support of the
organization’s efforts. Tasha Bias, the Foundation President, expressed “We are happy the event was so successful. We appreciate the generosity of the local businesses and Florham Park residents who participated. All the money we raised goes right back to the teachers and students in the Florham Park School District.” Tickets were priced at $100 per household. In addition to 4 bottles of wine, registrants received a wine bag, wine journal, corkscrew, sunglasses, a pen and food pairing suggestions. All items were personally delivered. The event, which was held via Zoom, included raffle prizes and an informative presentation was led by George Palmieri, Director of Education for Opici Wines. Karen Stein, a resident of Florham Park and science teacher at Ridgedale Middle School, chaired the enjoyable event.
The Florham Park Education Foundation thanks all attendees, Opici Wines and Main Street Wine Cellars for their partnership and support of the Florham Park Education Foundation. In fact, Main Street is continuing in its generosity through the remainder of the year! Simply mention the Florham Park Education Foundation when making your purchase at Main Street, and the store will donate 5% of your purchase price back to the Foundation.
The Florham Park Education Foundation is a tax-exempt organization under Section 501(c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code. All donations are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law. It is fully volunteer driven. To learn more about the Florham Park Education Foundation, to donate directly to the Foundation, or to learn about volunteer opportunities, please visit www.fpefnj.org.
Dana Paltos – Electric Scooter
Jenn Croessman – Basket of Cheer
Jenn Pulice – Adirondack Chairs
Mary McCarthy – $50 Main Street
Katy Smoot – Outdoor Pizza Oven
Amanda Coats – Golf Bag and Balls