Welcome to the Warren Arts and Education Foundation's web pages. As you scroll through the pages you will have a better idea of who we are and what we do for students, teachers and schools in MSD Warren Township.
"HOMETOWN CHRISTMAS" is the theme for the 2015 Warren Holiday TreeFest from
November 20-24, 2015 in the Warren Performing Arts Center, 9500 East 16th Street, Indianapolis.
This is the 27th annual TreeFest which is the major fundraiser for the Warren Arts and Education Foundation.
A tour of decorated holiday trees, entertainment, a gift shop, Breakfast with Santa and Friends will be included in the event.
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"Can You Hear Me Now? Hanging Microphones" provided $500 for Angie Wilson to buy four new microphones for the gymnasium stage that is used by all students, staff, audiences and guest artists.
"Essential Math Tools to Go Beyond 'Meeting in the Middle'" has $437 for Amber A. Jenkins to provide kindergarten students a wide variety of materials to spark their interest in math.
"Elementary Fine Motor Manipulative Library" received $458 for Lisa Short to purchase reusable plastic sculpture activities that build eye-hand coordination. These can be used by nearly 600 K-4 students in the school.
"Project Atrium", submitted by Sherry Ohl, was funded for $400 for her 3rd grade class to clean up and beautify the school's atrium area through gardening and some landscaping. Her students will be in charge of the project, but all students K- 4 will have the chance to enjoy the atrium through observing nature, conducting science experiments, creative writing or reading a book.
An estimated 40 permanently and spectacularly decorated trees will be displayed during "25 YEARS OF CHRISTMAS",the 25th annual Warren Holiday TreeFest from Nov. 22-26, 2013 in the Warren Performing Arts Center (WPAC) on the campus of Warren Central High School, 9500 E. 16th St., Indianapolis.
Do you have a musical instrument gathering dust in the closet? Won't you help by letting someone play it again? We have a number of 'wannabe' musicians in middle school who have no instrument to play. We will have the instruments appraised for tax purposes, repaired if repairable and in the schools for the students.
If you have an instrument to donate please contact the Warren Arts and Education Foundation Office at 317-869-4383 or firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange for drop-off or to have it picked up.
Grassy Creek Elementary:
"Shake, Rattle and Roll" received $471 for Sue Hittle to purchase a variety of drums to be used by all the students during music class.
"Dance to Enhance" was funded for $499 for Brandon Stillman to provide resources providing students with state of the art technology that addresses their physical fitness needs. Students will enhance math skills as they calculate heart rate, caloric burn, etc.