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2017-18 PTEF Annual Report

Celebrating the difference we make together!

Celebrating the difference
we make together

2017-18 Annual Report

Dear Supporter, 2017-18 BOARD OF DIRECTORS

The impact the Pike Township Educational Foundation (PTEF) had on the President
2017-18 school year was awesome! Don’t take our word for it-review these James Wide
achievements from the school year … thanks to your support.
Vice-President
• PTEF awarded its one millionth dollar in grants and scholarships Rajesh Patel
• PTEF brought back the popular Motown Magic fundraiser
• More than 50 percent of Pike Township certified staff contributed Treasurer
Matt Hopp
financial gifts to PTEF
• Worked with benefactors to award two new scholarships for graduating Secretary
Shannon Rotvold
seniors
• Worked with a supporter and the Indiana University Foundation to Diane Bardach-Beck
Carmen Clark
award a $40,000 scholarship Sarah Dorsey

Combining the Pike High School Alumni Association with PTEF is proving to Mychal Eagleson
be a beneficial move. We instantly bolstered our outreach by connecting Tara Evans
with hundreds of Pike graduates, willing advocates to speak about their Lori Fifer
experiences at Pike High School. We believe those stories will strengthen the Paul Hankins
awareness of PTEF and the work we do for Pike Township schools. Kim Hannel
Regina Jones
Thanks to you, the number of scholarship recipients and total amount of Katie Martin
dollars awarded increased. More than 20 students from the Class of 2018 Brian Merrill
received a total of $81,000 in scholarships. We also increased the dollar Lela Mixon
amount and total number of grants given to enhance the educational Elgin Reese
experience of the students in Pike Township schools.
Katherine Ritchie
Our signature event, Treasures for Education, continues to be a success, and Erik Tysklind
we’re gearing up for the most exciting Treasures for Education to date: a new Sharel Welch
theme, experience, and location that promises to give you a feel of the past. Tracy Wells
In addition to a refreshed Treasures for Education, we’re excited to let you
know we are engaging with current Pike Township students and staff in a va- Liasons/Non-Voting
riety of ways. PTEF is also working on a new strategic plan to align with the Patricia Burton
new MSD Pike strategic plan. You will see a greater presence of PTEF in the Eric Huffine
community as we embrace the #PikeProud #PikeFamily. We cannot have suc- Larry Metzler
cess without your continued support.
Dr. Flora Reichanadter
Please, take some time to view this year’s report, as we trust you will be
#PikeProud after seeing the positive difference you’ve made today and Directors Emeritus
become excited about what tomorrow will bring to these young people. Judith Breeden
Thank you for continuing to support the future by supporting the youth in
Pike Township schools today. Wiliam Coleman, Jr.

Christie Graham & Jenni Russ, Co-Executive Directors Office Information
James Wide, 2017-18 President of the Board Co-Executive Directors

Christie Graham
Jenni Russ

5353 W. 71st Street
Indianapolis, IN 46268

(317)387-2542
www.pike-ef.org

#PikeProud

2017-18 IMPACT

RACING FOR EDUCATION Principal financial
support provided by:
On November 11, 2018, more than

300 people of all ages walked or ran

the specially created cross-country course at
Eastbrook Elementary. This event not only

raised more than $3,500, it also created
tremendous individual school and Pike
community pride. Pike High School

Assistant Athletic Director and Girls Cross-Country
Coach Kendra Champion-McAloon and Pike
facilities staff designed, prepared, and, along with
PHS cross-country teams, helped manage the
event. While a great cause, this event is being

discontinued. It’s been a good run, and we

thank you for your support and participation.

THE MAGIC OF MOTOWN

An enthusiastic audience enjoyed

phenomenal performances by talented
Pike students, alumni, and
community members singing the music

of Motown on February 3, 2018. The show,
which included historical video components,
celebrated the cultural significance of the

Motown era and raised more than
$6,000.

Principal financial support provided by:

Dr. Flora Reichanadter, Superintendent

TREASURES FOR EDUCATION

More than 250 guests gathered on March 3, 2018, at The

Willows on Westfield. The addition of an online auction resulted

in highly competitive bidding for experience and event

tickets, home goods, jewelry, sports memorabilia, exceptional
student artwork, and more! Many thanks to all who helped raise

nearly $50,000 to support PTEF programs!
On March 2, 2019, an entirely new Treasures
experience will take place at The Vogue! Watch our website

and social media pages for updates.

Principal financial support provided by:

FORE! EDUCATION

It was yet another lovely summer day on the greens for the June 14, 2018, outing

at Twin Lakes Golf Club. More than 80 golfers teed up to help raise more
than $13,000! This event would not be possible without the generous

support of corporate sponsors and teams. Mark your calendars for June 13,
2019, and keep on par with our website and social media pages for updates.

Principal financial
support provided by:

CELEBRATING EDUCATORS

Schools decorated their tables with various themes, some came in costume,

and MSD Pike recognized years of service and outstanding
educators at Westlake Gardens on May 3, 2018. Justin Smith, Pike High
School, received a $500 cash award for being named Pike Teacher of
the Year. Steve Clark, Lincoln Middle, received a $500 cash award and a

crystal apple for being selected from parent and student nominations as the

PTEF Champion Teacher.

Presented with support from:

FUNDING DISCOVERY & EXPLORATION

1.Julie Daily and Joanna Miller – Pike High School Life Skills $790 to purchase 2 Google

Home devices and fund two outings as part of the Community Based Instruction component

of the curriculum. See story next page. 2.Robin Smith – Guion Creek Elementary $500 for

storybooks to help second-graders connect STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and

Math) lessons to reading and writing. 3.Gabriella Villamil – Fishback Creek Public Academy

$880 to purchase flexible seating for first-graders, giving them comfortable places to focus

on reading. 4.Brian Grismore - Pike High School Social Studies $550 to purchase flexible

seating, maximizing classroom work stations and improving students’ focus. 5.Katherine

Essig – Guion Creek Middle With additional support from UPS, provided total of $3,500 for

seventh-graders to attend an Indianapolis Indians game. See story next page.

6.Curtis Wright – New Augusta North Middle $1,000 toward purchase of banners to inspire

New Augusta North students to pursue excellence. 7.Aaron Hale – Lincoln Middle Social

Studies $400 to purchase kits for sixth-grade students to build two trebuchets (catapults)

during the unit on the Middle Ages. 8.Chad Heck – Pike High School Media Specialist $800

to purchase copies of a novel for 80 students participating in a book club emphasizing 1

critical conversations about contemporary issues regarding race. 9.Christina Owens – Eagle

Creek Elementary 5th grade $700 to purchase 4 classroom sets of novels to

build on fifth-graders’ interest in and enthusiasm for studying a novel as a

class. 10.New Augusta South Kindergarten $2,000 for the Kindy 500. See

story next page. 11.Peggy Owens – Snacks Crossing Elementary $1,560 to

purchase kits for a robotics club in which fourth- and fifth-grade students

mentor first-graders. 12.Karin Stratton, Ali Ranallo, and Mary Sims – Pike High

School Theatre and Social Studies $500 to supplement a Rockefeller Center

Grant to send 80 students to see Hamilton in Chicago. See story page 11.

13.Laura Kruse-Phillips - MSD Pike Speech/Language Pathologist $2,300 to

purchase resources for assessing language and learning strengths and

weaknesses for all grade levels. Resources will be used for many years,

benefiting hundreds of students. No photo:Lena Darnay – District

Instructional Technology Specialist $300 to purchase treats for teacher tech

training sessions at each school, helping educators learn methods of

integrating technology into class lessons. 2

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$13,800 IN CLASSROOM GRANT AWARDS

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IMPACT FROM K TO 12

VROOM, VROOM! KINDY 500

Kindergarten students at New Augusta South raced to the
finish with the Kindy 500 with help from funding provided by
the Pike Township Educational Foundation. The project inspired
students to explore careers in engineering, design, science,
technology, architecture, and auto maintenance with hands-on,
project-based exploration of the science and art of auto racing.
More than 70 students visited the Indianapolis Children’s
Museum, where they explored topics of speed, power, and
performance in the “Hot Wheels Race to Win” exhibit. Students
also had the opportunity to meet and interact with Indy 500
driver Gabby Chaves. Further, the home-school connection was
enriched as students, with help from parents, designed and
built their own race cars for the inaugural running of the New
Augusta Kindy 500 on May 25, 2018.

TAKE ME OUT TO THE BALLGAME! HEY GOOGLE, HELP US OUT!

Students at Guion Creek Middle School are encouraged Julie Daily and Joanna Miller strive to create outstanding
daily to demonstrate respect, responsibility, teamwork, opportunities for students in their Pike High School life
and safety. More than 275 seventh-graders were skills classes to develop skills that will help them
celebrated for exhibiting these skills throughout the transition to an adult life of greater independence. A key
school year. With support from Pike Township component in this is Community Based Instruction (CBI),
Educational Foundation and UPS, these students had which exposes students to a variety of activities such as
the opportunity to participate in the Baseball in music, art, recreational therapies, shopping, and dining
Education program by attending an Indianapolis out. Students play an integral role in planning outings by
Indians game on May 22, 2018. researching opportunities, pricing, hours, and weather.
Because many students have fine motor or cognitive
“This experience was a first for many of our students, difficulties that make a traditional web search
and their excitement over the events was shared challenging, Pike Township Educational Foundation
throughout the day,” reported coordinator Katherine provided funds to purchase two Google Home devices. In
Essig, Instructional Coach at GCMS. addition to these devices, which will serve students for
years to come, PTEF funded two special outings includ-
ing a matinee performance at Clowes Hall and bicycling
in White River State Park. These activities allowed the
students to not only enjoy themselves, but also practice
the behavior skills they’ve learned in class.

IMPACT THROUGH NEW SCHOLARSHIPS

One of the greatest honors we have is to steward designated funds created by our donors. This year we were pleased to
award three new scholarships, totaling more than $50,000 and creating our largest scholarship award total in history!

If you have questions about creating a one-time or permanent scholarship fund, please contact our office.

Clarence C. Wood was a 1943 graduate of Pike High School. His family called Anita Wood Gaillard, and Kiara Henry
him “Mr. Pike.” He was active in the community, serving on the Board of
Education, including a term as president. He volunteered with the Pike
Township Historical Society and was a member of the Pike Lions Club, as well as
the Pike Alumni Association. He was inaugurated into the Pike Hall of Fame in
2010. He was the father of three Pike alumni, Dave Wood, ’72, Anita Wood
Gaillard, ’73, and Steve Wood, ’82. When Clarence passed away in April 2017,
his family invited people to remember his legacy of service and love of Pike by
donating to a scholarship fund bearing his name. The fund will award $1,000 to

a Pike senior annually for as long as funds are available.

The inaugural recipient of the Clarence C. Wood Scholarship is Kiara Henry.
Kiara graduated in the top 30 of the Class of 2018 and was active in tennis.
Kiara served the community by volunteering at a food pantry, baking cookies for
inmates, and painting nails for the elderly. Kiara says these activities gave her
incredible experiences in the community and also taught her humility. Kiara is

attending Indiana University, where she is majoring in interior design.

Britney Bailey and Lena and Chetan Shukla Dr. Chetan and Lena Shukla are the parents of three successful Pike
graduates (Janki ’11, Devki ’13, and Jay ’15). They understand Pike
students are hard-working, well-prepared for college, and have incredible
potential but that for some, attaining a college degree can be difficult due
to cost. They have responded by creating the Shukla Family Scholarship.
Renewable for four years, the scholarship awards $2,500 annually. In
addition to funding the scholarship presently, the Shuklas are investing in an

endowment fund, which will provide funds to award the scholarship annually.

The inaugural recipient of this scholarship is Britney Bailey. Britney lost
her mother at age 17 and has been living as an independent student
since. Such a tragedy could derail the life of a student, but Britney kept up
with schoolwork, stayed on the honor roll, and served as president of
multiple show choirs and as special events coordinator for National Honor
Society. Britney is studying nuclear engineering at Purdue. She’s passionate

about nuclear power and how to make it a safe source of energy.

When Blair Wheat, 1995 graduate of Pike School, died tragically in 2017, his Maliha Zafar with Emerson ’96,
family knew they wanted to honor him in a way that would make a positive Abby ’90, and Dr. Joe Wheat
impact on a Pike student planning to attend Indiana University Bloomington. At
Pike, Blair excelled in academics and sport and was known as a friend to all.
Blair found his passion in immigration law, helping countless immigrants
pursue the American dream. The Blair Wheat Scholarship, a collaboration
between the PTEF and IU Foundation, awards the recipient $10,000 annually
and is renewable for four years, covering virtually all tuition costs.
For the Class of 2018 recipient Maliha Zafar, this scholarship has already been
life-changing, helping her to focus more on her studies and worry less about
the mounting debt associated with striving to be the first in her family to earn a
college degree. Maliha was an excellent student at Pike, participating in
cross-country, Brain Game, and Student Ambassadors. She also served as an
elementary small group leader at her church. Maliha dreams of earning a law
degree and perhaps working with International Justice Mission to fight for the

rights of victims of trafficking and injustice around the world.

FUNDING FUTURES

The PTEF scholarship program awards a minimum of 13 scholarships from the general fund annually. We are also privileged
to administer 10 designated scholarship funds, made possible by donors to those specific scholarship funds. In 2018, two
new designated fund scholarships, including our first 4-year renewable scholarship, were awarded (see story previous page).
Additionally, we partnered with a donor family and the Indiana University Foundation to award a $40,000 scholarship to be
awarded as a $10,000 4-year renewable scholarship. In all, $81,000 was awarded to the Class of 2018 through our
scholarship program, by far our largest award total ever!

Christina Alex Kendall Allen Britney Bailey Moudatou Barry
Hallmark of Excellence $1,500 Doctoral Medicine Academy Shukla Family $10,000 Maggie Harry Memorial
Walter Moll Memorial $500
International Baccalaureate $1,000 $1,000
Academy $1,000 University of Indianapolis Purdue University IUPUI
Indiana University

Jacob Bering Davion Brewer Mary Grace Gordon Daniel Graham
Richard Crosser Memorial Pike Preparatory Academy Max & B.A. Metzler Alumni Association

$500 $1,500 $1,000 $1,000
Ball State University Ivy Tech Community College Miami University University of Cincinnati

Kiara Henry Cailyn Hoang Rebekah Holcomb Christina Houtzer
Clarence C. Wood Memorial Reaching for Success Business & Information Performing Arts Academy
Technology Academy $500
$1,000 $2,000 $1,000
Indiana University Ball State University IUPUI Butler University

Emily Hyatt Essence Jordan Daisia Journey Noah Laws
Nathaniel Jones Overcoming Obstacles Judicial & Global Studies Richard Crosser Memorial

$1,000 $2,000 Academy $1,000 $1,000
Indiana University Purdue University IUPUI Hanover College

Bryan McClain Rodilio Mendez–Aristondo Kiran Patel Megan Pinkerton
Business & Information Pike Preparatory Academy Hallmark of Excellence Visual Arts & Communications
Technologies Academy
$1,500 $1,500 Academy $1,000
$1,000 Ivy Tech Community College Purdue University IUPUI
IUPUI

Liliana Reyes Cartier Stewart Alexis Walls Sierra Woodard
Overcoming Obstacles Freshman Advisory Academy Health & Food Sciences Michael K. Guest

$1,000 $1,000 Academy $1,000 $1,000
Ball State University The Plan to Succeed $2,500 Ivy Tech Community College Indiana University

Ball State University

$81,000 IN COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS

MAKING A DIFFERENCE TOGETHER

Special thanks to the individuals and corporations who have invested in the students
of Pike through contributions and event sponsorships.

AAA Roofing Chris and Christy Gordon Michael and Stephanie Metrick
Jameel Adams Gornik Insurance & Financial Services Larry Metzler
An Exceptional Life Financial Brett and Christina Graham Harry Metzler
Anonymous (5) Everett and Kimberly Greene Gary Metzler
Barbara Bailey Janet Guest Russell and Judy Metzler
Andy and Susan Baker Matthew Guest Malcolm Metzler
Barnes and Thornburg Andrew Guest Jim Metzler
Frank Basile Anya Guest Jennifer Newberg
Tom and Diane Beck Guion Creek Middle School Staff Gannett News
Larry and Lisa Beiter Marcia Haddox Dr. Rebecca Bolon and David Padrick
Belfor Property Restoration Sally Hamlin Paradise Landscape & Nursery
Rebecca Berfanger Paul and Shelly Hankins Tim Parham
Robert Bering John and Kim Hannel Timothy and Theresa Pettigrew
Ursula Booth Valerie Barrow Hardeman Janice Pickett
Terri Bourus Lou and Cindy Harry Endalish Pryor
Marsha Broadus Kara and George Harry R & M Electric
Stan Jastrezbski and Nicole Brooks Tom Harton Ray's Trash
Lenn & Stella Brown Brian Hartz Flora Reichanadter
Kathy Burks Brian & Heather Hennen Adrienne Reiswerg
Chris and Tammy Callahan Herff Jones, Inc. Greg and Shannon Rotvold
MeChelle Callen Lisa Hoffman Joe and Jenni Russ
Tyrone and Heidi Cardwell Matthew and Courtney Hopp Salesforce.com Foundation
Central Security & Communications Larry and Caroll Hopp Stephanie Salter
Chardon Laboratories Scott and Jennifer Horner Dale and Theresa Schaeffer
Tim Cindric HUB International Meggan Schenk
Anthony and Carmen Clark Eric and Debbie Huffine Sharp School Services
Clif Bar Indy Bakery Marcy Hurley Chetan and Leena Shukla
Joyce Clouse Ingram Micro Mobility Siemens Industry
William and Judy Coleman Wiliam James Kathleen Slaughter
Connor Fine Painting J.C. Ripberger Software Systems, Inc.
Dallman Contractors LLC JL Fox General Contractors Sam Stall
Paul and Naomi D'Andrea Bradley and Karen Johns Beth Stegemoller
Andrea Davis Brian & Christie Johnson Trachell Taylor
Amy Dirks Regina Jones The Paw Patch
Colleen Dorner Elyse Jones Jennifer Wheat Townsend
Double Eagle Turf Management K5 Apparel Tremco, Inc.
DSS Consulting (Diverse Staffing) Kirsten Kahle Erik and Beth Tysklind
Chris and Karen Duffy Randal and Jennifer Karmolinski Umbaugh
Duke Energy Kenworth UPS
Mychal and Emily Eagleson Marilyn Kramer Jennifer and Gary Vigran
Jeff and Julianne Eggert Jeff and Susan Lampert Jeannine Waldock
Ellis Mechanical Elizabeth Laskowski Sam Weinberg
Ayn Engle Law Office of Danielle Gregory Tom and Sharel Welch
ERS-OCI Wireless Alix Litwack Ron and Lisa Wells
Jose and Tara Evans Brian and Bonnie Long West Indy Racquet Club
Executive Management Services Jim Lucas Karen Wharton
Fanning/Howey Associates Lindie Ludlow James and Yolanda Wide
Sherry Foster MacAllister Transportation Josh Williams
Teal and Anita Wood Gaillard Jeanne Mathews Winston/Terrell Group
Gannett News Dan McGowan Steve Wood
Geese Police Brian and Mandy Merrill
Lisa & Monty Woolsey

TRIBUTES HONOR ROLL

Celebrating the lives of those These Pike educators and staff serve in such a way as to
who inspired a memorial gift have inspired others to give in honor of their excellence.

Deloris Floyd Administrative Services Center Pike High School
Michael K. Guest Laurie Bradby Bill Roberts
Aaron Burkhart
Maggie Harry Eagle Creek Elementary Mave Davis
Joyce Kinnaman Jeanne Mathews Ron Emmert
Kevin Kempton Brian Fenoglio
Joe Leaman Pam Guevara Darren Fox (2)
Max and B.A. Metzler Jimmy Graves
Fishback Creek Public Academy Brian Grismore
Mark Siegel Bobbi Brokaw Kathleen Hernandez
Clarence C. Wood Troy Inman
Lincoln Middle School Ryan Killian
WAYS TO GIVE Darrell Brooks Peter Kuester
Laura Graves Danielle Lord
• Online at www.tinyurl.com/give2ptef. Bridgette Richards
You can set up a single or recurring New Augusta Public Academy Linda Rollings
gift and designate your donation to a North David Sterchi
specific fund, if desired. Christina Blesic Jakeila "Moe" Sutton
Jessica Bullard Melissa Ziegler
• By mail with check payable to PTEF, Daniel Christian (2)
mailed to 5353 W. 71st Street, Allison Hunnicut Snacks Crossing Elementary
Indianapolis IN 46268 Katie Johnson Emily Eagleson
Lesia Jones
If donating in memory or honor of Brandon Kepley Transportation & Facilities
someone, please indicate that in the LeSeanda Leath Raul Rivas
online comments section when making Rashawnda Lloyd-Miller David Holly
your donation or include information Russ Lush
Lashanda McKinney-Carson You may nominate a Pike
with your mailed donation. Amanda Mousa educator, staff member,
Kim Nickleson or volunteer for the honor
• Volunteer for special projects or an Sandra Ramos roll any time. For more
event. Contact our office. Please Wiliam Riggs information, please visit
provide your full name and phone Tonia Thompson www.tinyurl.ptefhonorroll
number. Danielle Traphagen
Lydia Wells
• Become an event sponsor. Several Curtis Wright
opportunities available. Contact our
office for more information.

• Introduce us to decision makers at
your place of employment so we might
share information about our corporate
giving opportunities.

• Include PTEF in your estate plans.
To discuss your intentions with us,
please contact our office. If you have
provided for PTEF in your estate giving
plans, we would appreciate being
notified.

317-387-2542
[email protected]

MAKING A DIFFERENCE BEYOND THE CLASSROOM

Special thanks to the Pike educators and staff* who have invested in Pike students
by donating through payroll deduction or by making a one-time gift of $20
or greater in the 2017-18 school year.

Katherine Abel Katherine Brown Shante Davis Heather Garcia-Cox Christina Hicks
Stacy Abels Tameka Bryant Suzanna Davis Laquita Gardner Nicole Hicks
Nathaniel Adams Desneiges Buchanna Johnathan Dawkins Shara Gardner Jennifer Higgins
Rachel Adams Karyn Buckel Tandy Dawson Lance Garvin Kimberly Hodges
Megan Ahlers Jessica Bullard Lisa Deakyne Pamela Gassert Amanda Hoff
Morgan Albregts Aaron Burkhart Fabrice Decaudin Amy Gatman Connie Hogue
Regina Alcorn Angel Burse Heather Decaudin Dorothy Gerve Jason Hohlt
Christi Allegree Patricia Burton Rodney Deckard Christina Gilbert Kellie Holden
Heather Allen Ruby Butler Laura DeHart Gary Gilbert Timothy Holmes
Deanna Allen Taria Butler Valerie Dennis Clarence Gilliam Andrea Holom
Jeanne Anderson Nicole Cain Valerie Dillon Mashonda Gilmore Angela Holton
Tammy Anderson Deborah Calhoun Jennifer DiVincenczio Cheryl Godsey Marteen Hoofer
Valara Anderson Angela Campbell Roy Dobbs Steven Goedde Debra Hornaday
Kathryn Auker Shellie Canady Elizabeth Dodd Felicia Gooden Sarah Huber
Michaela Austin Carmen Cannon Terri Dodson Christine Gordon Larry Huff
Ashely Awbrey Jill Carbaugh Nicole Dolson Christopher Gordon Deborah Huffine
Sarah Bachman Elizabeth Carpenter- Sarah Dorsey Julia Gossard Cynthia Huffman
Sandra Baker Debbie Doty Raimeka Graham Renelle Hui
Karen Bales Wilson Emily Drake Erica Granger Marcy Hurley
J Bankert Kristie Carter Debbie Drake Sabrina Grant Jazmin Imel
Tina Banks Jason Chambers Franklin Drumwright Susan Graves Austin Inge
Sherri Barnes Tiffany Chambers Dimitri Dunner Stephanie Gray Troy Inman
Teresa Barrett Kendra Champion- Sheri Ealy Inara Grendze Dena Irwin

Azjah Bass McAloon Sloane Eckert Holly Grimes Kathleen Iudice
Jennifer Beeching- Michael Eddie Brian Grismore Sherma Jackson
Randi Cialdella Jordan Edwards Debra Groninger Sarah James
Gaines Ronald Cialdella Gregory Elliott Pamela Guevera William James
Ryne Bell Krista Clanin Jennifer Ellis Staci Guimond Alivia Johnson
Terri Berty Stephen Clark Eric Elmore Michael Haisten Jimmy Johnson
Abbey Biber Douglas Coats Allison Emmert Aaron Hale Lindsay Johnson
Edward Bicknell Myron Cochran Gradon Emmert Zachary Haley Melissa Johnson
Christine Billings Tammy Coe Greta Emmert Abigale Hall Patricia Johnson
Maggie Bishop Jeremy Coleman Ronald Emmert Kimberly Hamilton Lesia Jones
Deon Bishop Holly Collins Shannon Emmert Sally Hamlin Chanda Jones
Stephanie Bishop Francine Conde Katherine Essig Laura Hannah Desmond Jones
Erika Blakey Monica Condon Elizabeth Evans Lauren Hannah Donielle Jones
Christina Blesic Pamela Conley Nicole Faulkner Christi Harden Nisaa Jones
Andy Blythe Geornee Conway Gary Ferguson Brandon Harding Elyse Jones
Keri Boatner Kristina Cook Dianna Ferguson- Adenike Harmon Melanie Joy
Margaret Boling-Mullin Yvonne Cooper Elizabeth Harrison Amy Kamwendo
Angela Bolotin Nicholas Cooper Mosely Cherie Harvey Patrick Kean
Stephane Bordelon Audrey Cope Carla Fifer Kevin Hatfield Adrainne Kelley-Wright
Aaron Botsford Courtney Coppinger Martha Finneran Jamie Hawk Lori Kellum
Amanda Botsford Jamie Craddock Cori Firkins Richard Heaston Audrey Kelly
Julianne Boushery Tanisia Crowder Emily Flack Amanda Hedges Kevin Kempton
Matthew Bowman Valerie Crowe Karynn Flannery Melissa Helmerick Joseph Kennedy
Gabrielle Bradley Pamela Crum Tambi Flye-McCall Cheryl Henderson Karen Kennedy
Jean Brant Benjamin Csikos Norman Foote Pamela Hendrickson Mary Kennedy
Jeffrey Brauna Jennifer Culhan Jennifer Ford Heather Henry Brandon Kepley
Pamela Breedlove Julie Daily Danielle Ford-Riddick Nikki Henson Mariam Khan
Doris Brewer Anne Damiano Terry France-Breedlove Ella Hereth Amy Kiger
Bobbie Brokaw Christopher Dance Kenneth Franklin Kathleen Hernandez Kate Kingery
Hillary Brooks-Gallardo Tiesha Daniels Samantha Franklin
Lena Darnay Seong-Oea Hibner Lisa Kirkwood
Jennifer Brouder Kyle Fultz
Deborah Darring

Heather Kissel Heidi Mena Karen Rabideau Amberly Stevens Stephanie Weddle
Gregory Weimer
Paula Kitchen Annette Merritt Sandra Ramos Ashley Stevens Krista Westfall
Cynthia Kleyn Candace Meyer Christopher Raphael Taylor Stevens Morgan Whitcomb
Lauren Kniola Leslie Mihelc William Rawls Christy Stevenson Scott White
Emily Kohne Joanna Miller Rebecca Reed Courtney Stinett Bobbi Widmeyer
Crystal Kramer Margaret Miller Flora Reichanadter Karrie Stone Stephanie Wilcox
Andrew Kroon Qiana Miller Kelly Ressler Greg Strain Cheryl Wilkerson
Peter Kuester Charlotte Milton Wilson Reyes Karin Stratton Gerrick Williams
Julie Kuhn Julia Mintun Bridgette Richards Michelle Strong Elyce Williams
Dan Kuznik Graciela Miranda Tasha Ridley Angela Suski Caron Williams
Lisa Kuznik Christina Mitchell Dawn Riggs Jakeila Sutton Joshua Williams
Christiana Lahmon Richard Mitchell William Riggs Ashley Swanson Marsha Williams
Justin Lahr Tara Mitchell Jayson Rigsby Mariatu Swayne James Wilson
Jean Lampert Curtis Mitchum Todd Riker Susan Swenson Jamie Wilson
Joseph Lampert Elizabeth Molleston Jami Riley Tracy Swinton Toni Wilson
Natasha Lane Lydia Montgomery Jose Rivase Jamie Tate Nichole Winkle
Tiffany Laughlin Kristin Morris Megan Roach Matthew Taylor Cassondra Winn
Christopher Laurino Deborah Morrison Melitta Robbins Shannon Taylor Leslie Winters
Anthony Law Breck Mosley William Roberts Kathryn Tektrick Susan Wood
Andrew Lawrence April Moss Michelle Robinson William Templeton Pamela Woods
Robin Lawrence Wilbert Moss Stephanie Rockensuess Tiffany Thompson Shannon Workman
Charon Lax Jill Motluck Amie Rohrer Carol Thorne Curtis Wright
Roxanne Lee Christopher Mueller Kaitlyn Rose Jill Thrasher Shanna Yardan
Amy Leturgez Ayashia Muhammed Christian Rumple Jennifer Tolle Carly Young
Valerie Ligon Joel Munoz Michael Ruth Melissa Toney-Kelley Larry Young
Rashawnda Lloyd-Miller Mary Murray Rebecca Scalzitti April Tramil David Zimmerman
Temeka Lomax Molly Myers Amy Scamerhorn Michelle Tuley Anna Zukowski
Bonnie Long Tonia Nault Jessica Schied Michelle Ulmer Gerald Zumer
Sheryl Lopez Erin Naylor Sara Schierholz Jeremy VanSoest Patricia Zupan
Danielle Lord Bill Neace III Catherine Schlebecker Gabriella Villalmil
William Zych
Heather Lotarski Regina Neal Brandon Schneider Danielle Vohland
Anastasia Luc Sarah Neiling Marilyn Schulte Stacy Vonderheide *we sincerely apologize
Jane Lucas Darryn Nichols Nancy Schuster Rene Walker for any inadvertent
Christopher Ludy Keisha Nickolson Cynthia Schwein Sarah Wall omissions in the
Allison Luedtke Susan Nielsen Linda Searles Kathy Walters
Russell Lush Regina Nowak Beth Sedor Lillian Warren creation of this list.
Ashley Lynn Andrew Ohmer Jane Seevers Cory Watkins
Kristin MacBain Jessica Olmsted Jessica Self
Matthew Malloy Richard Orban David Seward More than half of Pike educators
Harry Mamlin Rose Marie Molly Seward support the foundation
Christa Manahan Margaret Shamblin through these programs.
Megan March Orzechowski Kathy Sharpe
Amanda Marshall Peggy Owens Joan Shepherd Collectively, the staff of MSD of Pike
Marci Martin Christopher Page Katherine Shrack is our largest giving entity,
Pamela Martin Grover Parido Julie Sigmund
Jeanne Mathews Penny Parker Emily Sigmund contributing more than $20,000
Jade Matthews April Partee Allyson Sipe annually to our mission.
Mary Mauser Katherine Patton-Eilers Leslie Sitzman
Rogetta McCann-Mitchell Paula Paul Alisa Smith #PikeProud
Marcella McClendon Amber Payne Jessica Smith #PikeFamily
Elizabeth McCormack Brian Payne Justin Smith
Wendy McDonald Cynthia Perkins Marquesa Smith
Brian McDorman Rachael Perry Andrew Snider
Nichole McFadden Deborah Pesut Katherine Sommers
Catherine McGrath Teresa Peterson Sarah Spearman
Amber McKinney Katy Petrin Michelle Spence
Kenneth McMichel Vanessa Pierson Jacob Spratley
Mary Ann McMullen Erica Porter Andrew Stainbrook
Mary Ann McMullen Lisa Poynter Ashley Starr
Jennifer Melton Marc Pulvermiller Lisa Steele
Michelle Melton Ashley Qualls Sarah Stegemoller
Megan Quinn

FINANCIALS EQUIPPING CLASSROOMS

For the fiscal year ended June 30, 2018 At the start of each school year, we deposit $10,000 in
matching grant funds with DonorsChoose.org. These funds
Assets 113,694.29 are available to Pike teachers with eligible projects posted
268,476.15 on the site, and for every dollar an individual donor
Cash and Cash Equivalents 463,872.15 contributes during the match period, PTEF matches that
Investments contribution. In the 2017-18 school year, these projects
Endowment Funds 480.00 benefited nearly 4,000 students by providing items such as
Accounts Receivable 1,000.00 classroom supplies, educational games, technology,
Other 847,522.59 science kits, art supplies, and more! At publication, our
Total 2018-19 school year match was still active. Visit
www.donorschoose.org and enter “MSD Pike Township” in
Liabilities and Fund Balance 28,784.24 the search bar to see projects where our grant funds will
Liabilities 323,861.90 match your gift dollar for dollar.
Unrestricted Funds 494,876.45 It is estimated that teachers spend $800-$1,200 of their
Restricted Funds 847,522.59 own money each year on school supplies for their students.
Total Liabilities and Fund Balance We believe it is imperative to help our new teachers have a
great start, and that’s why we give every new classroom
Revenue 56,396.70 teacher a membership to Teachers’ Treasures. Teachers’
Restricted donations 61,475.13 Treasures is a special store just for teachers, located in
Unrestricted donations 117,440.05 Indianapolis. During every visit to the store, our teachers
Fundraising income 50,289.57 shop for free for supplies they need for their classrooms.
Endowment income A $25 annual membership yields an average of more than
Other 1,550.00 $300 in supplies!
Total revenue 287,151.45
Operating expenses COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS
Awards and Unrestricted grants 58,075.97
Restricted Grants 2,075.00 Our board members serve the Pike schools community
Fundraising expenses through many avenues beyond fundraising, such as
Administrative expenses 41,373.34 volunteering at events like the Homecoming Carnival, Safe
Total expenses 77,593.95 Trick-or-Treat, and Literacy Fair. Several board members and
179,118.26 office staff volunteer regularly in Pike classrooms. We recent-
ly began partnerships with the Student Leadership Council,
Unrealized gain 5,243.26 business and journalism classes, and Youth
Career Connect Advisory Council at Pike High School. These
Change in Net Assets 113,276.45 relationships provide opportunities to work closely with
students, staff, and community business partners to
Program Giving enhance the difference we make in Pike schools.

SUPPORT WHILE YOU SHOP

Register to support Pike Township Educational Foundation
at https://smile.amazon.com. Start every Amazon shopping
trip at smile, and Amazon will donate 0.5% of the price of
your eligible purchases to the PTEF. Please note that smile
is not yet available to be linked in the Amazon mobile app.

You can support Pike students every time you shop at
Kroger when you register your Kroger Plus card at
www.krogercommunityrewards.com. Use NPO code FV154.
Every time you shop, show your Plus card or enter your
phone number, and Kroger will donate a portion of your

purchase to PTEF!

When you purchase an education license plate Watch for updates at www.pike-ef.org and /PikeEF
($40 additional fee) and designate Pike Township
Educational Foundation, we receive $18.75, and $6.25 will
support school counseling services statewide. You can
select the plate when you register a new vehicle or when

you renew a registration.

PIKE ALUMNI: MAKING A DIFFERENCE

In the spring of 2017, the Pike High School Alumni Association became part of the Pike Township Educational Foundation,
creating opportunities for alumni to connect with one another while impacting today’s students. Because of that
relationship, Alumni Association scholarship funds are held by the foundation, but the recipients continue to be selected by

a committee of alumni who review the applications.

Additionally, an enthusiastic group of volunteers has continued the legacy of hosting the “Class Reunion without the Class”
golf outing every August, which raised more than $3,000 in August 2017 to benefit the Alumni scholarship fund.

In the coming year, we intend to explore opportunities for creating and maintaining a database of alumni to facilitate
communications about reunion, special event, and networking opportunities.

Special thanks to those who sponsored the 2017 Alumni Golf Outing:

AwnClean Grand Park Fieldhouse
Construction Fabrics & Grids, Inc. L.M. Henderson and Company

Crown Liquors M.A. Booth
Gil I. Berry III, Attorney at Law Reis-Nichols Jewelers
Ward & Ward Law Firm
Ghost Trail Winery
Globe Asphalt Paving

www.pike-ef.org


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