Indian Prairie Educational Foundation

Creating New Opportunities for students

In partnership with Indian Prairie School District 204, the Indian Prairie Educational Foundation (IPEF) is committed to advancing the success of our students. We proactively seek to fund new and exciting projects that:

  • Provide fresh concepts for creative teaching programs
  • Support a challenging and rigorous academic curriculum
  • Enhance student and staff development
  • Foster school-community partnerships

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Since our founding in 1988, we are proud to have made a real and lasting impact on District 204 students, staff and community.
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Latest News & Events

Hesselink - Feb 2015 Winner

February A+ Award

The Indian Prairie Educational Foundation and District 204 honored Carolyn Hesselink, a 4th grade teacher at White Eagle Elementary School, as an A+ Award recipient.

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IPEF on NCTV Spotlight

IPEF was featured on NCTV-17 Spotlight in February. Hear from Executive Director Susan Rasmus and IPSD Curriculum Director Jill Hlavacek and learn more about the Foundation and some of the programs they fund.

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January A+ Award

The Indian Prairie Educational Foundation and District 204 honored Liz Fay, an English teacher at Waubonsie Valley High School, as the January A+ Award recipient. Fay was nominated by Waubonsie Valley senior, Autumn Massey, who wrote, “Everyone I know at Waubonsie wants her as a teacher. All my friends rave about her.”

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