The Bristol Warren Education Foundation (BWEF) is an independent community-based organization dedicated to promoting excellence in the Bristol Warren Regional School District. Through fundraising events and donations from individuals and businesses, BWEF provides grants to teachers and staff for innovative, high-quality programs that enhance and enrich our students' educational experience, and that that are outside the scope of existing school budgets. BWEF acts as a catalyst, broadening the base of support for public education in Bristol and Warren, and helping to shape an educational experience of the highest caliber for all students in the district.
This holiday season give thanks to your child’s teacher by making a donation to the Bristol Warren Education Foundation's Thank-a-Teacher Drive. From now until December 14th. All proceeds go directly to support teacher-led innovative programs in your child's classrooms! For $10 each, you can give teacher(s) a thank you card with a little something EXTRA.* Personalized note on each card with...
Teachers are the stars of our educational community, at the core of our children’s relationships with learning and success. The Bristol Warren Education Foundation (BWEF) focuses on teacher-led innovative programming for our schools. This is an invitation for you to become part of the constellation!
BWEF and RWU present a free screening of the documentary "Audrie and Daisy" -- and a panel discussion with some of the young women featured in the film -- at RWU School of Law, Rm 283, on Thursday, October 13th at 6pm. Audrie & Daisy follows the stories of Audrie Pott and Daisy Coleman, high school students who were sexually assaulted by school acquaintances and subsequently bullied by their peers,...

The Bristol Warren Education Foundation (BWEF) announces that after five years, Jock Hayes will be handing over his Chair of the Board of Directors role to Nicky Piper. The Bristol Warren Education Foundation is a community-led organization dedicated to promoting student excellence in our public schools. During Jock’s five years as Chair, he has volunteered his time tirelessly on behalf of the...

Welcome to the 9th Annual Bodacious Bee, "Bee A Star" presented by Jaffe Orthodontics and the Bristol Warren Education FoundationThe Bee will take place at 5:30 pm on Saturday, March 11th, 2017 at Roger Williams University’s Field House.  

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Photo posted on: Fri, December 9
Bristol Warren Education Foundation shared Hugh Cole Elementary School's photo.
Photo posted on: Fri, December 9
Bristol Warren Education Foundation shared Mt. Hope High School Parent Advisory Group's photo.
Photo posted on: Thu, December 8
Bristol Warren Education Foundation shared Mt. Hope High School Parent Advisory Group's photo.
Photo posted on: Tue, December 6
Thank-a-Teacher Drive is in full swing! http://www.bwedfoundation.org/page/donate/thank_a_teacher Click on the link to donate to BWEF, and get gifts for teachers before the holidays. Or print the flyer and send it in before next Wednesday. Let's thank those teachers!
Photo posted on: Thu, November 17
Bristol Warren Education Foundation updated their cover photo.
Photo posted on: Fri, October 14
Thanks to Jada, Delaney, Shael, Daisy, and the SafeBAE crew for your thoughtful insight last night. (we missed you Ella)
Status updated: Fri, October 14
Bristol Warren Education Foundation watching Audrie & Daisy at Roger Williams University.
Photo posted on: Mon, September 26
Today is the first day of the Hugh Cole Writer-in-residence program! This BWEF funded initiative brings writer, teacher, counselor Julia Cook to the school for one week to work with students and faculty. She will lead entertaining discussions on the use of storybooks to offer children and adults a fun way to learn important people skills. Topics will include tattling, bullying, personal space, video game addiction, digital citizenship, interrupting, divorce, anger, responsibility and personal safety. The goal of Mrs. Cook’s books and efforts is to actively involve young people into her fun and creative stories to teach them to become life-long problem solvers. We can't wait to hear more about this incredible project that will touch every single member of the Hugh Cole Elementary School community!
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