The Edison Preparatory Foundation was established with a mission to enhance each student’s educational experience through grants for classroom materials, informative programs and continuing education for Edison teachers. Tulsa’s premier middle & high school is geographically and architecturally the only one of its kind in Tulsa. Edison students are connected by curriculum, special events & programs and enjoy a sense of school commitment and pride from grade six through grade twelve.
The Edison Preparatory Foundation, since its inception has supported many programs and given back to the classroom and its students. Please support Edison with your tax – deductible gift. The Edison Foundation is a 501c3 and all contributions and gifts are tax – deductible. We welcome all alumni contributions, employer matched gifts, corporate donations and foundation for grants contributions.
As we move into a new school year it is apparent the need for supplementing our classrooms are necessary. Edison would not benefit from many special equipments and classroom needs without our foundation. Please contact Leslie Rowlands at 693-1050 or Leslierowlands@cox.net for any donation possibilities.
Join us for our Sweetheart Trivia Night
SATURDAY FEBRUARY 9TH 7:00 P.M.
2010 - 2011 Grants provided by the Edison Foundation
SMU Training Summer Institute for AP Computer Science
Classroom teaching boards for mathematics
Edison Varsity Tennis grant
2010 NYC MS & HS drama workshop at the Apollo Theater over Fall Break
Drama – Fine Arts equipment
Drama – Fine Arts projector and black lights
All school speaker Keith Hawkins (MS / HS) ANTI-BULLYING, BECOMING ENGAGED IN SCHOOL,
CREATING MEANINGFUL RELATIONSHIPS, etc.
2010 - 2011 CADA Leadership conference (California Activity Directors Association) for Edison Leadership Instructor
Special Education Adaptive Living Skills and Community Based Instruction Grant
Photography Digital Camera
Positive Behavioral Intervention Program
Hamlet, a Prince for Any Teacher
Grant for Edison Choral Department NYC Carnegie Hall Spring performance
(Spring 2011 Grants are pending for May 2011 approval)