NEWS RELEASE - 2017-2018 Scholarship Winners
June 12th, 2018
The Albany Public Schools Foundation was honored to award 26 scholarships, totaling $55,500 to high school seniors from the 2018 graduating classes.
Albany Options Scholarship Award Winners are: Kesha Collet, No Dinx Scholarship; Adriana Hernanez, Diane Smith Scholarship; Breanna Volkers, Candy Baker Scholarship;
South Albany Scholarship Award Winners are: Jaden Guilford. No Dinx Scholarship; Carina Torres- Aranda, Diane Smith Scholarship; Nicholas McBee, Albany Public Schools Foundation CTE Scholarship; Ramon Hernandez, Central Willamette Credit Union Scholarship; Quetzal Palma Zavala, ATI Scholarship; Ramon Hernandez & Yovany Lopez Hernandez, Latino Heritage Scholarship; Daniella Martinez, Amigos Latinos Scholarship; Emily Balck, Jim Linhart; Ashlee Nunez, Howell/Delta Kappa Gam; Guadalupe Ruiz Mendoza, Candy Baker: Susana Montes & Guillermo Chavez, Jeanne Linn Scholarship
West Albany Scholarship Award Winners are: Stephanie Farnes & Jalen Handy,Teddy Brown Scholarship, Zachary Hamann Howell/Delta Kappa Gam Scholarship; Tucker Karo, Chris Lukesic Scholarship; McKenna Fee, Botkin Scholarship; Joanna Viramontes, Blickenstaff Scholarship; Kimberly King, Candy Baker Scholarship; Gemma Williams, Diane Smith Scholarship; Bobby Joe Chavez-Palomo, Albany Pipeline Scholarship; Kylynn Rodriguez, Mid Valley Business Association Scholarship;
PRESS RELEASE – Middle School Vocational Technical Education Funds
The Albany Public Schools Foundation would like to thank the community and business donors who helped support Yes for Albany Schools. The Yes for Albany Schools Political Action Committee (PAC) was instrumental in the recent passage of the Greater Albany Public School District construction bond. We would like to thank the many volunteers and community members who spent countless hours in support of students in the Greater Albany Public School District.
The Yes for Albany Schools PAC has donated the remaining cash reserves from their campaign to the Albany Public Schools Foundation. As a result of the bond, new vocational education classrooms will be built at each of the four middle schools. The donated funds will be used for materials and supplies to outfit these new middle school vocational technical education spaces.
If you would like more information on how you can support vocational programs for middle schools students, please contact the Albany Public Schools Foundation at 541-979-2773 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information about the bond construction projects, visit: www.albany.k12.or.us.