EdUCate! is a non-profit foundation established in 1993 with the goal of providing supplemental funds to all five University City public schools.
Save the date! Saturday, October 9, 2021, 12th Annual Oktoberfest at Standley Park on Governor Drive. Games, food, drink, music, booths, beer & wine garden. Join us for a fun-filled afternoon that raises money for our University City public schools.
Do you know a teacher, counselor, or staff member who has made a difference in your child’s life? Thank them through EdUCate!’s Honor A Teacher program. Make a donation in their name and they will be honored at a staff meeting, and in our newsletter and they will receive a gift and a personal message from you.
“The new classroom rug that I received made such a big impact in our classroom! The other rug I had in there for about 12 years. For being 12 years old it was in pretty good shape but it looked very worn. The children’s eyes lit up when they saw the new rug the EdUCate! […]
“I received $1000 to purchase guided reading books from the Rigby PM collection. The books are being used by all my students throughout literacy time and then are being used during ELD which includes students from the other first grade classrooms. I am so excited to see how much the children are enjoying the new […]
“A big THANK YOU for donating our beautiful new rug to room 515 4th and 5th grade students at Doyle Elementary. Before the rug, students wanted to sit at their desks and the front of our room looked like a boring waste of space. Now, the kids enjoy coming up to the rug, working with […]
“My colleagues and I would like to thank you for funding Channel One News for our 3rd grade students at Doyle. This daily news show has supported critical thinking and strengthened listening and speaking skills. Our students look forward to this portion of their day as they learn about what is happening in our world. […]
EdUCate! is a nonprofit foundation established in 1993 with the goal of providing supplemental funds to all five University City public schools.