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Rocket Scholars Foundation

"Igniting Minds, Fueling Futures"

 

 

 

Board of Trustees:

Gina Faino, co-chair; Jackie Somerville, co-chair; Rita Whitaker, secretary/treasurer;  Mike Lyons, secretary/treasurer; Marie Hoppa, head of mailing committee; Tim Arter, trustee; Matt Pallett, trustee; in memorium, Amy Lindenbaum, trustee.

 


Background:

The Rocket Scholars Foundation began as a question:  "How can we increase the number of students who challenge themselves to higher academic achievement?"  After forming a committee of Reeths-Puffer Alumni and parents, it was decided that a scholarship foundation for students would be a commendable investment for all Reeths-Puffer students today and in the future.


Belief Statement:

High Academic achievement should be the goal of each student's education.  Scholarships rewarding these efforts will foster a culture of rigorous classroom experiences with high academic expectations.


Donor Levels:

Rocket Fellowship - $10,000

Rocket Scholar of Academic Achievement - $5,000

Rocket Scholar of Wisdom - $3,750

Rocket Scholar of Education - $2,500

Rocket Scholar of Growth - $1,250

 

* Gifting may be completed in equal increments over five years.     

 

For on-line giving click here to go to the Community Foundation for Muskegon County web page.   Click on the DONATE button and complete the information.

 

Gifts to the fund/foundation are deductible as charitable gifts for federal tax purposes.

 

Thank you for supporting Reeths-Puffer Schools.

 

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A partnership for academic excellence with the Community Foundation for Muskegon County.

April Anne Boss Scholarship

 

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April Anne Boss graduated from Reeths-Puffer High School in 1997.  She was active in the choir and in many church related activities as she completed her high school years.

 

April chose to attend Muskegon Community College after high school.  She loved children and wanted to make a difference in their lives by pursuing a teaching degree in Elementary Education.

 

April was a loving daughter, sister and friend.  She was always willing to share a hug with people she loved and friends she knew.  Her parents would like her to be remembered and honored in a special way; therefore, they have established the April Anne Boss Scholarship in loving memory of their daughter.  Their wish is to help future Reeths-Puffer graduates as they pursue a college degree.