Institution for Savings President and CEO Michael J. Jones tours the new Institution for Savings Gymnasium & Performing Arts Center at the new Francis T. Bresnahan Elementary School before its scheduled opening in Fall 2014.
(Left to right): Jay Iannini, NEF President; Susan L. Viccaro, Superintendent of Schools; Jones; and Chris Skiba, NEF Board Member.
Chris Skiba accepts the Rotary donation from Ray Nippes and Cindy Johnson. This gift will be recognized with the naming of the Literacy Specialist Room-B244 in the new Francis T. Bresnahan Elementary School. A naming ceremony will be held in the fall when the school opens and will recognize this gift and others as part of the NEF's donor recognition campaign, Make Your Mark, currently underway
Chase and Lunt Insurance
The Newburyport Education Foundation (NEF) announced Chase and Lunt Insurance donated $15,000 to the current campaign to benefit the Newburyport Public Schools. The gift will be recognized with the naming of the new lobby at the Bresnahan Elementary School.
“Our support of the schools through the NEF is part of our ongoing community involvement, and we are very pleased to contribute to enhancing the learning environment for students,” said Jay Howlett, president, Chase and Lunt Insurance, to Cindy Johnson, of the NEF Board of Directors.
Myron Moss, Educational Consultant for PTC, Inc. presented a check for $2,500 to Susan Viccaro, Superintendent of the Newburyport Schools. PTC, Inc. or Parametric Technologies Corp., is the 15th largest producer of software in the world, and an industry leader in design software. Newburyport Schools and PTC are in their 13th year of a partnership. The money will be used toward STEM (Science, Technology & Math) education. The Newburyport Public Schools are privileged to partner with PTC and share in their cutting edge technologies. Superintendent Viccaro, on behalf of the Newburyport School district, thanks Parametric Technology Corp. for their continued support.