Welcome to Education Nonprofit Corporation (ENC)
ENC is dedicated to the advancement of education.
With your support, we have donated over $220,000 to Jefferson County public schools since 2009.
Here are some of ENC’s Fall 2016 Donations:
The Denver Post Foundation for the 2017 Colorado Spelling Bee
$2500.00 to Pleasant View Elmentary School for supporting the ENC Jeffco Read Connect program
$2000.00 to Kyffin Elementary School for supporting the ENC Jeffco Book Challenge “I Love to Read” pilot project (read the ebook from Kyffin Elementary School)
$1000.00 to Bell Middle School’s “Science is Fun,” program
ENC Donates $10,000.00 to Jeffco Schools for JWC
Students Explained How Books Can Change the World in 4th Annual JWC Contest
Annual Holiday Raffle: December 2016
ENC sold raffle tickets for fantastic holiday baskets again last year, with the drawing in December 2016. Merchants donated fabulous gifts, as they have in prior years. Learn more >>
COMING IN 2017:
2017 Jeffco Book Challenge
Details for this new, exciting book challenge have been announced. Schools can receive donations for the new Jeffco Book Challenge. READ FULL INFORMATION >>
THANK YOU NOTES FROM SCHOOLS
ENC HAS DONATED TO BELL MIDDLE SCHOOL’S “SCIENCE IS FUN” PROGRAM FOR FIVE YEARS. FROM BELL MIDDLE SCHOOL:
Science is Fun, Science is Everywhere!
Science is everywhere in today’s world. At Bell Middle School we strive to help students transfer their learning in our science classes to their daily lives. This means observing and making sense of the science in cooking, gardening, recycling, health and wellness, weather events and more. Science and technology are transforming our lives at an incredible pace and we want to make sure our students are prepared for the future. It is essential that our students can transfer their science learning to the real world problems that our communities face today.
In order to assist our students in seeing that science is everywhere (and fun) we want to give them an opportunity to explore how science impacts their world and then share their new found knowledge , skills and understanding with community members, both young and old. This year students in our 7th grade honors classes will be choosing a real world issue and then creating science models/investigations that can be used to demonstrate the science behind the issue for their community. Additionally our iSTEM students are participating in a science fair this year and are currently designing scientific investigation related to a real world problem and/or question. Both of these activities are helping our students learn to think critically about science and the role that it plays in our world.
The Educational Non-Profit Corporation provides the money for supplies to assist them with these important tasks. Without this support, we would not be able to provide the enrichment for our students.
Bridget Jones, Principal
Bell Middle School
1001 Ulysses St. Golden, CO 80401
Innovate, Inspire, Communicate!