EVENT UPDATE | STATE OF THE SCHOOLS 2020
The Education Foundation of Baltimore County Public Schools cancels State of the Schools
Out of an abundance of caution, The Education Foundation of Baltimore County Public Schools has canceled the State of the Schools 2020 event at Towson University’s SECU Arena. It was scheduled for Wednesday, March 18, 2020. The decision was made in collaboration with Baltimore County Public Schools and Towson University. In the near future.
State of the Schools is an annual celebration that features student presentations and performances. It also includes an address from BCPS Superintendent Dr. Darryl L. Williams to the community.
The foundation appreciates the opportunity to showcase the excellent programs throughout Baltimore County Public Schools and looks forward to hosting this celebration later in the year.
For more information, contact The Education Foundation of Baltimore County Public Schools at 443-809-8962.
Poised For Greatness
The annual State of the Schools, is the signature event of The Education Foundation of Baltimore County Public Schools, Inc. It provides an opportunity for the superintendent of Baltimore County Public Schools, Dr. Darryl L. Williams, to celebrate our talented leaders and staff, and richly diverse students. The core of our mission is high-quality instruction that prepares students for college and career through a positive climate. We thrive with the support of a dynamic community including you! The fundraising efforts provide resources for our students and teachers, making an impact on their opportunity to become productive citizens in our society. These resources are awarded through grants, scholarships, and districtwide initiatives.
We at The Education Foundation of Baltimore are honored to serve as the bridge between our partners who continuously support our schools, and Team BCPS who find new and innovative ways to learn and explore. As our school partnerships grow, we witness the ever-changing benefits received in the school community.
When we speak of partners, we speak of our ambassadors in the community who recognize our children as the future. Through their act of giving, they help prepare our students to embrace the challenges ahead. They not only give generously but also provide support through positive enthusiasm and authentic care for the programs we fund.
The inaugural Learning Walk of Knowledge made its debut at the State of the Schools 2018. What is a Learning Walk of Knowledge, you may ask? It is a place where you can meet student directors, engineers, composers, carpenters, designers, robotic technicians, musicians, scientists, homeland security planners, environmental stewards, manufacturers, videographers, first responders in training, project managers, dancers, and artists.
It’s a place where the future can be seen through innovative young minds under the leadership of talented educators.
In the words of the foundation's past president, Douglas Eder, “Our mission and goals are to invest in teaching and learning, by mobilizing the community to fund activities and programs that align with Baltimore County Public Schools’ vision of a successful and bright future for every student.”
We would like to thank all who made last year's State of the Schools 2019 and the Learning Walk of Knowledge possible; educators, advisors, students, logistic support, community partners, dedicated program directors and many, many more.
To learn more about the event, download State of the Schools 2019 APP here:
For more information about State of the Schools, or to become a sponsor for the next event, click on the links below.
- Sponsorship Agreement for State of the Schools 2020
- Making an Impact
- Friend of the Foundation Sponsorship Form 2020
- Individual tickets will are available to purchase until March 6, 2020. Please contact Cindy Whitcomb (443) 809-8962 for ticket inquiries. You will be asked to provide your first and last name along with your email address.
For more information about State of the Schools, or to become a sponsor for next year's event, click on the links below.
Click the links below to view State of the Schools Sponsors:
Your generosity and support allowed the Foundation to impact 115,038 students and 9,834 teachers in 175 schools, programs and centers in Baltimore County Public Schools. Three main areas of impact were:
- We awarded 21st Century Instructional Initiative Grants focused on 21st Century themes, TEAMBCPS Clean Green 15 Environmental Literacy Grants, and Excellence in Education Grants to our schools totaling over $75,000+.
- Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) and Business, Economic, Entrepreneurial and Financial Literacy (BEEF) scholarships.
- School supplies for students in need.
- Apprenticeship programs.
Moments from State of the Schools 2018