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Aloha to the new school year… Golf “Fore” Student Success

Shown is the Back To School Scramble committee: Front row (L-R): Danita Carey, Co-Chair Rod Nelson, Co-Chair Claude Leatherwood, Matt Brown. 2nd row (L-R): Lina Sabouni, Mary Ahner, Carol Scott, Fran Steele, Lynn Halford, Allan Holley, John Novak, Peggy Jackson and FBEF Events Coordinator Carol Evans. 3rd row (L-R); John Wantuch and Ron Bailey. Not pictured, Bob McHugh; Director of Golf Operations, Sweetwater Country Club.

Plan now to play in the Fort Bend Education Foundation’s 14th annual Back to School Scramble golf tournament set for Monday, August 26, at Sweetwater Country Club.

Schlumberger is presenting the Back to School Scramble, chaired by Claude Leatherwood and Rod Nelson.  Lunch is provided by Chick-fil-A.  Your entry fee includes lunch, golf and cart, beverages, dinner reception and special gifts.  Foursome teams are $1,000 and individual entries are $275.

Over $312,000 was awarded in grants to teachers and schools for the 2013-2014 school year.  Since the Foundation’s inception in 1992, the Foundation has awarded nearly $4.1 million in grants to Fort Bend ISD teachers and schools to fund innovative teaching ideas.

The Education Foundation has partnered with the school district and created the Professional Development Grants program.  Fort Bend ISD teachers received the benefit of in-service training from nationally recognized education experts in such topics as classroom management, differentiated learning strategies, and character development.

The Fort Bend Education Foundation has also implemented additional programs such as New Teacher Grants, which provide teachers, just beginning their teacher career, a gift certificate to a local teachers’ supply store to help set up their classrooms.

All proceeds from the Back to School Scramble benefit the Fort Bend Education Foundation.

For information about the Back to School Scramble and sponsorship opportunities, contact Carol Evans at (281) 634-1111 or Back t o School Scra…mmittee  More information is available on our website at:

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