The Worcester Educational Development Foundation, Inc. is responding to COVID-19 by doing whatever we can to keep pursuing our mission of supporting the students and teachers in the Worcester Public Schools.
As time moves on, we are prepared to work with the district’s administration, the city’s leadership, and our partners in identifying resources to meet the learning needs of our most precious resource, our children.
Our staff is staying safe by working remotely, but our services are up and running and we are ready to help. Please do not hesitate to contact us with any suggestions at 508-688-4773 or email@example.com.
Now Accepting Nominations for the 10th Annual Distinguished Alumni & Friends of the Worcester Public Schools Awards
Alumni News: 2020 Worcester Public Schools Athletic Hall of Fame Inductees Announced
Christina Chappell Joins WEDF as Advancement Associate
WEDF Announces Fall, 2019 Mini-grant Winners
9th Annual Class of Distinguished Alumni & Friends Awards
Mills Named Interim President
Dr. Stephen Mills, founder of the Worcester Educational Development Foundation, has been named interim president of the organization.
Pitcher Honored for Contributions to WEDF
Retiring WEDF president Stephen Pitcher was awarded the Dr. Stephen Mills Award for Advancing the Mission of the Worcester Educational Development Foundation.
Lily St. Pierre Earns 2019 Ryan P. Quinn Memorial Award
The Board of Directors of the Worcester Educational Development Foundation, Inc. (WEDF), is pleased to announce that the recipient of the 2019 Ryan P. Quinn Memorial Award is Lily St. Pierre.
Olivia Guerra wins WEDF’s Gurel Award
The winner of the 2019 Dr. Lee Gurel Award is Olivia Guerra and her teacher, Catherine Doyle.
Defining Our Path – A Strategic Plan For Education in Worcester
The Worcester Public Schools strategic plan articulates a commitment to continue Worcester’s renaissance by placing the city’s children, and the future that they represent, at the center of our shared work.