Argyle Education Foundation Gala Huge Success

Argyle Education Foundation Gala Huge Success

Argyle ISD supporters gathered at Robson Ranch on March 4th to support the Argyle Education Foundation’s Fund a Teacher campaign. 12th annual Gala supporting AEF, presented by generous donors throughout the community was a great success!

With over 300 in attendance the event included a whiskey & wine pull, silent and live auction, photo booth, cigar bar, dinner and dancing with music provided by the band InTENsity.

Josh Westrom, AEF Vice President of Development added “The 2017 AEF Gala was fun and exciting community-wide event with over 325 attendees gathering to support Argyle ISD, its students and our teachers. The Argyle Education Foundation wants to thank all of our sponsors and guests for making it a successful evening and helping the Argyle Education Foundation achieve its goal of supporting above and beyond teachers that lower student teacher ratios at the elementary school and expand the educational opportunities for middle and high school students in the areas of computer programming and science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Supporting the Argyle Education Foundation, Argyle ISD students and teachers during this time of unprecedented growth in our community has never been more important. We look forward to growing the foundation and expanding its impact and reach within our school district through the continued support of existing residents and our new friends and families who move here for the wonderful educational opportunities Argyle ISD provides for our children”.

Three years ago, the Argyle Education Foundation began the Fund a Teacher campaign, to help fund “above and beyond ” staff opportunities allowing the district to hire teachers and staff that are above and beyond what is state mandated. AEF will continue to support the district with nearly $200,000 raised during our 2017 Gala.

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