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2019-2020 Grant Applications Now Being Accepted
Spark of Innovation Grant ProgramThe Education Foundation of South Brunswick Township, Inc. is pleased to announce that it is accepting applications for its 2019-2020 Spark of Innovation Grant Program and Joanne Kerekes Arts Grant.

The program is designed to assist South Brunswick teachers in creating new opportunities for teaching and learning not funded through the normal school budget process. The continuing goal of this program is to spark innovation in our schools and to give teachers an opportunity to put their creative ideas to work in the classroom.

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2019 Tour de S. Brunswick /Fun Walk
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Thank you to all the riders, walkers and volunteers that made our 2019 Tour de South Brunswick and Foundation Fun Walk another great success!

The funds raised from the Tour and Walk will go to Spark of Innovation Grant program and through the Participation Challenge directly to each school's physical education department.

Read our event news for Participation Grants...

Take a look at our event photos...


Spark of Innovation Grant Program
Dear South Brunswick Education Foundation,

Thank you again for the grant you awarded us in December (2017) to purchase a pilot of WeVideo, a web-based video production suite. Our students truly grew as creators and producers because of this grant. We hope you enjoy the pictures and projects linked below. If you have any questions about their work please let us know. Thank you for the many ways that you support our teachers and students. We are a better district and a better community because of your support!

Sincerely,
Lisa Manganello and Jillian Trader
South Brunswick High School - 2017/2018 Grant Recipients - "SBHS We Video Pilot"

Click here to see how the grant was used...


  • An Introduction to the EFSB...

    The creation and development of the Education Foundation of South Brunswick Township, Inc. as a non-profit corporation is an outgrowth of increasing educational needs in the community and the uncertainty of public school funding in New Jersey.  In addition to addressing fiscal needs, the Foundation is designed to provide a forum for communication and an ongoing opportunity to exchange ideas on behalf of educational interests of the community.

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  • 2019/2020 Grant Applications Available

    Applications are now being accepted for the 2019/2020 Spark of Innovation Grant Program and Joanne Kerekes Arts Grant to assist you and your students in creating new opportunities for teaching and learning.

    Deadline for Grant Applications is November 1, 2019.

    Click here for more information.

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    Tax transcript tips for those filing a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form for the 2019-2020 college semesters are available from the IRS.

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  • 2019 Foundation Scholarships Awarded

    Dr. Gary P. McCartney Scholarship awarded to Kayla Maharaj.

    Education Foundation of South Brunswick Scholarships awarded to Sara Everly and Sara Rubiano.

    Full List of Scholarship Recipients  
  • Beam of Light Program  




    Use the EFSB "Beam of Light" program to recognize someone special in the S.B. school community and support the Foundation.

    Click here for more information.

  • Joanne Kerekes Arts Grant  

    The Foundation Awards the 2018-2019 Joanne Kerekes Arts Grant to Kim Zito.
  • 2018-2019 Grants Announced  

    The Foundation awarded 20 teacher grants totaling over $10,600 from its 2018-2019 Spark of Innovation Grant Program.