Teacher Scholarship Program
In 2005 the Greater Enid Chamber of Commerce approached the Enid Public School Foundation concerning managing a scholarship fund for EPS teachers pursuing a masters degree. The scholarships were funded for three years by annual $1000 donations from each of the following: the Greater Enid Chamber of Commerce, Advance Foods, and Great Lakes Carbon.
In 2008 the Foundation took over funding of the scholarships. The Educator Scholarship Program, commonly known as the Teacher Scholarship program has enabled numerous EPS educators to complete advanced degrees.
Applicants submit an application (see below), letter of recommendation, current resume and official transcripts as part of the application process. You do NOT have to be a classroom teacher to qualify for this scholarship. Applications are evaluated using a matrix and not all applicants will be selected due to availability of funds.
Upon acceptance of the scholarship, recipients agree to successfully complete the course(s). Students will be responsible for repayment of the scholarship amount for any courses resulting in an “I” or “W” on the grade report.
Scholarship recipients must meet the following requirements:
Applications are accepted for the fall and spring academic semesters. Fall semester applications are due by July 15, while spring semester applications are due by December 15.
Recipients of the Educator Scholarship include: Alison King, Shirley Gulick, Peggy Kenega, Carolyn LaBrue, Robb Mills, Rick Moulton, Jeanice Polwort, Jena Bolt, Peggy Kenega, Robb Mills, Janet Jones, Rhoni Herell, Shelea Bennett, Tammy Hromas, Jody Whitehead, Lawana Hayes, Carly Maly, Susan States, Sherri Hendrie, Beth Kelly, Craig Liddell, Rene Stoffels, Michelle Adams, Jamie Aguilar, Shannon Burk, John Anna “Annie” Heathman, Katy Jantzen, Sarah Owens, Brandon Beichler, April Swinnea-Ogg, Kelly Hartling, Vanessa Byrum, Dudley Darrow, Chris Jensen, Robert Kappus, Lori Miles, and Ricardo Tarango.