The Peabody Education Foundation supports reading aloud to children through the Guest Reader program, in which individuals from the community spend 20-40 minutes each week reading to students in Peabody’s elementary schools. For more information, click the link below!
About Peabody Education Foundation
Founded in 1985 by a group of community members, business leaders, and educators seeking to enhance the quality of Peabody public education, the Peabody Education Foundation (formerly the Peabody Education Council) integrates resources from all facets of the community into the city’s schools. The Peabody Education Foundation provides unique programs and advanced technology to thousands of students who might otherwise not enjoy such experiences due to budget constraints. Our programs are intended to benefit and guide children as they develop into successful citizens and leaders. With the support of the community, we are able to continue offering programs to encourage creativity and inspiration in Peabody’s students.
In 1985 a group of community members, business leaders, & educators sought out to help better Peabody public education.
To benefit and guide children as they develop into successful citizens and leaders.
What We Do
Provide unique programs and advanced technology to thousands of students
Best Bet Fundraiser
Congratulations to the 2016 George Peabody Legacy Award Recipients!
The Peabody Education Foundation recently recognized the achievements of five Peabody educators and supporters with the George Peabody Legacy Award. Citizens of Peabody came together to celebrate the accomplishments of the five award recipients: Jan Anderson, David McGeney,Gerald Hallinan, Janyce Harkins and Warren Waugh.
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Best Bet 2016 application now available! Let us know what your classroom needs! peabodyedfoundation.org/2016/…
As the new school year kicks into high gear, the Peabody Education Foundation once again encourages Peabody’s teachers to apply for Best Bet grants, which fund resources, materials, and programs that the school budget cannot accommodate.read more