The Educational Foundation of Seneca High School
The Educational Foundation of Seneca High School was established to receive, secure and channel private funds to support educational facilities, programs and activities which will lead to the overall improvement of the quality education of students served by Seneca Township High School District 160, LaSalle and Grundy Counties, Illinois, including facilities, programs and activities which benefit both enrolled students and future students, alumni, and the community as a whole.
The Foundation may hold, manage, invest and expend endowment funds and other gifts, grants and bequests, whether consisting of real or personal property, and whether subject to directions or conditions imposed by the donors, for the benefit of students, past, present or future served by Seneca High School and such programs or activities as the Board of Directors of this Foundation from time to time deem to be suitable and appropriate to further the objectives of this Foundation.
The Educational Foundation of Seneca High School was created in part to foster partnerships between business, government and civic organizations which will enhance and support the education of our students.
Board of Directors:
The foundation was established by the Seneca High School Board of Education; however, it is separate and distinct from the school board and is governed by a Board of Directors who serve limited terms of office. The superintendent sits as a non-voting liaison to the foundation. The current Board of Directors is composed of the following individuals.
Chairman – Carolyn Lockridge
Vice-Chairman – Tommy Lovett
Secretary – George Oswald
Treasurer – Cathy Bergstrom
Director – Nick Schaefer
Director – Kirk Houchin
Director – Deb Paulsen
Presently, The Educational Foundation of Seneca High School manages two scholarships for eligible Seneca High School seniors. These include: 1) The Seneca High School Educational Foundation Future Teacher Scholarship; and 2) The Larry Novotney Memorial Scholarship.
Any questions regarding foundation business or contributing to the foundation can be made to any director or to Superintendent Jim Carlson