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BCEF was established to provide additional funding for innovative learning opportunities that go beyond the basics in academics, athletics, and the arts in the Batesville public schools, enhancing the educational environment for all students. Read more.
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Long-time BHS German teacher and Batesville native Andy Koors not only made an impact on his students during his years of teaching, he ensured that legacy would live on when he arranged for a substantial bequest to be made to BCEF upon his death. While his unexpected passing in 2017 was difficult for the entire BCSC community, it enabled the foundation to establish a program in his honor.
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Check out our next installment of Alumni Spotlight, as we catch up with 2007 BHS grad Andrew Kennedy, who works in 3D technology in the movie industry.
Stretching the dollars as far as they can go, the schools have little left for unique opportunities such as practical, hands-on experiences and real-world exploration. This is where BCEF steps in, funding programs like the cutting-edge flexible learning spaces initiative and equipment for the popular and effective Project Lead the Way engineering courses. Continue reading.