• The Harding Township Educational Foundation
     
     
     Harding Township Educational Foundation 2016 Brick Campaign

     

    Support the HTEF by purchasing and customizing a message on 1 of 4 brick sizes.  Recognize a teacher, inspire a student or the whole school with an enduring message. Located just outside the entrance to the middle school is a brick-paver walkway adorned with these customized bricks.   You can purchase a brick by downloading and completing the attached form.  Mail your completed form and check to:

     HTEF

    PO Box 734

    New Vernon, NJ 07976

     

    If you have any questions or need additional information, feel free to contact Charmain Piotrowsky at cpiotrowsky@hotmail.com (732-600-8567).   You can also visit the HTEF website at HTEF.org for further details.  

     

    In order to ensure the bricks will be installed before the end of the school year, please send in your completed form by April 1, 2016.


     
    HTEF Board

    John Williams, President

    Mary Saltzman, Vice President

    Pat Romano, Treasurer

    Craig Grant
    Jean Rhee
    Kim Byam
    Deb Adamo
    Becky Daniels
    Charmain Piotrowsky
    Sandy Cullis
     
     Tile Mural Up Close 3rd & 4th Grades Graphic Novels with Kevin Pyle
     
     
     
     
    The Harding Township Educational Foundation is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization whose mission is to raise funds to support curriculum enrichment projects of the Harding Township School that extend beyond the school budget. 
     
    Harding Township Educational Foundation,  PO Box 734, New Vernon, NJ  07976.
     
    HTEF was born in 1996, conceived of by a group of parents, educators and Harding citizens who, because of budgetary concerns, investigated the feasibility of starting an education foundation to raise money privately for the benefit of the academic programs at HTS.  Since then, and through the generosity of both the Harding and school communities, the Foundation has provided nearly $1,000,000 in grants for our children helping to make HTS a valuable asset to the Township.