Bring the whole family for a homecooked breakfast – and an MCMS Talent Showcase – at the Manheim Auto Auction on Saturday, October 25 from 7am – 10:30 am. Just $7 gets you a morning full of good food and fun……all to benefit our kids! Get your tickets now and join your neighbors for a good cause! Learn more
12th Annual MCFEE Dinner Auction will be held on March 28, 2015 at the Manheim Auto Auction. Ticket prices remain the same- $45 or $450 for a table of 10.
Table sales begin at our Family Breakfast- October 25th. Seats are assigned by date of purchase. Gather your friends and have a great time at both events. Fabulous food, entertainment, and a wonderful way to support the MCFEE grants in the Manheim Central School District.
MCFEE, the Manheim Central Foundation for Educational Enrichment, held its first Grant Patrol on June 9, 2014. MCFEE trustees, volunteers and the co-executive directors visited all of the five schools in the Manheim Central School District to deliver grant awards totaling $102,105. Inspired by the Publisher’s Clearing House Prize Patrol, drums, kazoos, balloons, and bells announced MCFEE’s arrival at each room, with surprised teachers and students on the other side of the door.
Check out the video to see the reactions of the winning students and teachers.
Check out the MCFEE grants that the Manheim Central Students enjoyed this past school year. Our recently announced 2014-15 grants are featured here.
Surprise your favorite teacher or staff member at Manheim Central with a high five certificate and small gift during the last week of school. For a donation of any size to MCFEE, you can thank someone at MC that has made it a great year for you. See the High Five Page under the event tab for more information and the form to send in to make this happen.
Vocal and Music Theory students will benefit from the expertise of Matt Lammin, who will travel from his England home to interact with students as part of a MCFEE Artist in Residence grant, submitted by Dr. Louise Anderson, MCHS Choral Director. His weeklong visit includes working with the Chansodié vocal group on performing a piece he wrote especially for them. His music classes in England have used Skype with Dr. Anderson’s Music Theory students throughout the semester for added interactions. The vocal group has also been to a recording studio to record the piece, as seen in the picture. It has already been a wonderful experience for the musicians, and the culminating event will be the spring concert, and you can be there.
Mr. Lammin will conduct his composition with Chansodié at the High School Spring Concert on Thursday, May 15 at 7:30 pm at the MCHS auditorium.
The public is encouraged to attend this concert in support of our music department and to see how MCFEE’s investment is making a difference in the Manheim Central School District.