The Arrow Education Foundation plays a significant role in the Watertown School District being a regional model of excellence in K-12 education, by genuinely enhancing student education through Foundation grants for innovations in teaching and special programs.
Working in partnership with education, students, alumni, parents, and friends of the Foundation,
the Arrow Education Foundation provides support for programs and resources which are
beyond the scope of the regular school budget. The Foundation is a recognized, self-sustaining institution
that will continue to fulfill its mission into the future.
WE ALSO SERVE AS THE WATERTOWN HIGH SCHOOL ALUMNI ASSOCIATION!
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The Arrow Education Foundation/
WHS Alumni Association is searching for a
Director of Fund Development
Qualifications include the following:
the applicant should have a college degree
or a minimum of 5 years professional experience
and strong public relations skills.
The purpose of the job is to cultivate and develop relationships and lead fundraising efforts with graduates and friends of the
Watertown School District for the benefit of K-12 students.
This position requires a confident, professional, outgoing personality with excellent interpersonal skills. A high level of integrity with an appreciation of the public schools is required for this position.
This is a salaried position with flexible hours. Attendance at some evening and weekend events would be necessary. No Holidays. Salary is dependent on experience. One week paid vacation after six months of employment, no other benefits available.
Interested applicants should send a resume to
Arrow Education Foundation- Applications
Mail:PO Box 730, Watertown, SD 57201
2020 Grant Winners
Kris O'Brien "Never Again: Bearing Witness"
Sherri Remmers "Flexible Library Seating"
Jeff Danielsen "Go Kits"
Natasha Opp "Recess Equipment"
Amber Thomas & Christen Clausen "Wigglers & Wobblers"
Jenn Brist "Intermediate Book Club"
Keri Tischer "Reader's Theatre"
Emily Hatton "Stem in the Classroom"
John Decker "Rock 'em Sock 'em"
Tricia Walker "Prompting with a Purpose"
Tori Borns "Learning About Living"
Tori Borns & Kristin Dahl "SLC
Darla Kannas & Lori Fox "Cooking Through the Curricculm"
Allison Foster "National Art Convention"
Chad Rhode "Winter Outdoor Recreation Project"
Jordan Bakken, Danielle Harms & Scott Walker "Swily C3 w/ Ipad Mini Forensics"
Scott Walker "Memberships for National Debate"
Kristen Titze "Adjustable Height Chairs"
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The staff and Board of Directors of the Arrow Education Foundation/WHS Alumni Association want to thank our many friends and volunteers for their time and financial efforts on behalf of students. Your support makes it possible for AEF to provide funds for scholarships, classroom resources, teacher trainings, innovative programs, and alumni reunion requests. Every financial gift and volunteer service is vital to our mission of "genuinely enhancing educational opportunities for students" in the Watertown School District.
Together, we make a difference in the lives of kids!
WHEN YOU THINK EDUCATION - THINK ARROW EDUCATION FOUNDATION!