The HF-L Education Fund is committed to enhancing the education of the children in our community.

To this end, the Education Fund will support innovative and creative educational initiatives that go above and beyond our school district’s requirements, bridging the gap between a great education and an exceptional one.


NEWS & EVENTS:

January 2018:

New Stools

Lima Primary students received a few great stability stools from the Education Fund!  These little stools help our youngest students focus on the task at hand!

 

New PE projector

All the kids at Lima Primary are getting moving with this new gym projector!  It enables the whole class to see and hear what steps they need to take and makes exercise and learning fun!

 

New Composts Bins

Middle School and High School are learning and sharing about recycling in the form of  composting.  The HFL Ed Fund provided new composts bins for the kitchen!

 

 

October 2017:

HF-L Celebrates Fall Weekend and 12th Annual Alumni Hall of Fame Induction

The Honeoye Falls-Lima Central School District will celebrate Fall Weekend from Thursday, October 4 to Sunday, October 7.  The annual event is a community-wide celebration featuring pep rallies, a parade, sporting events and the Alumni Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony.

The HFL Education Fund is busy getting our parade float ready! Our theme is Mt. Everest – Reaching New Heights with Community Support.

 

Jan 06, 2017: LEGO People

Lima Primary received a new grant from the HF-L Education Fund, and received Lego’s building sets and figurines, both Duplo and Lego size. Some are Minecraft, which are a huge hit. Lima Primary students are having a lot of fun, the Lego people are a huge hit!

 

Jan 2017: The HF-L Education Fund Provides a Little “Stability” to Middle School!

Through the resources from the HF-L Education Fund, we were able to supply three, colorful and fun stability balls for the Middle School.  The balls help the students keep focus and structure and maybe, if they are lucky and working hard they might get to bounce on them just a little.

“The whole theory with the brain is that when your body’s engaged, your brain’s engaged,” Miller, an out of district Elementary Teacher said. “I call it actively sitting. They’re maybe moving their legs a little, wiggling some. But their upper body, they’re focused on writing, on the teacher. It really works.”

This was a matching grant so Middle School PTA also supplied 3 for classroom use.

 

Oct 8th: HF-L Homecoming Parade

The Education Fund had a wonderful time participating in the homecoming parade and handing out apples to the crowd. We were happy our float made it through the rain. Thank you to the Apple Farm for donating the apples, Katy Wright for the great music, and Josh’s Landscape for letting us use their facility to assemble the float out of the rain. We have a wonderful community!

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