Beaumont Public Schools Foundation

More than 400 diners enjoyed a “Fiesta Breakfast” from Crazy Jose’s in Beaumont on Tuesday, Oct. 21, making this year’s Beaumont Public Schools Foundation fundraiser the “best Fiesta Breakfast ever,” according to executive director Beth Rhoades.

“This is our biggest fundraiser yet,” Rhoades said as the end of the breakfast event neared. “I think we’ve raised close to $24,000.”

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Agriculture students at Odom Academy celebrated with teacher Will Humber after he received a grant from the Beaumont Public Schools Foundation for gardening equipment to serve his classes and other participating middle school students during the organization’s Fall grant caravan Thursday, Dec. 17. For his “Gardens Galore” project, Humber received supplies from a grant totaling $ 964.95 including shovels, rakes, wheelbarrows, water hoses, all-natural fertilizers and insecticides, potting soil and seed trays.

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The Beaumont Public Schools Foundation (BPSF), Inc. is holding their 21st Annual Fiesta Breakfast on Tuesday, Oct. 29, at Crazy Jose’s located at 6420 Phelan Blvd. in Beaumont starting at 7 a.m. and ending at 9 a.m. The minimum donation for a ticket to attend is $20, and that will go toward educational grants for Beaumont Independent School District staff and students.

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The Beaumont Public Schools Foundation’s grant caravan visited local campuses Friday, May 3, to “grant” the wishes of a number of students and staff of BISD. Several grants were distributed during surprise presentations to the student and staff winners who applied for funding for items to be used for special projects at their schools.

Four students from Smith Middle School received grant awards along with six staff members from various campuses around Beaumont.

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The Beaumont Public Schools Foundation Inc. (BPSF) surprised seven Beaumont Independent School District staff members and three students by presenting them with grants totaling $6,022.80 during an award caravan Friday, Dec. 7.

BPSF board members distributed the awards by caravanning from campus to campus to give grant-winners a special gift and the materials requested in their respective grant applications.

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The Beaumont Public Schools Foundation (BPSF) Inc. raised funds and fed hungry contributors at its 20th annual Fiesta Breakfast on Tuesday, Oct. 30, at Crazy Jose’s in Beaumont. For breakfast, attendees gave $20 minimum donations, which go toward educational grants for Beaumont Independent School District staff and students.

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