Notes of Appreciation

“Tis better to give than to receive.”

So true, but it sure feels good to hear words of thanks!

The following words of gratitude belong to anyone who has contributed to the Cave Creek Unified Education Foundation (CCUEF) mission since 2009 as a trustee, fan, parent, student promoter, student performer, sponsor, donor… enjoy!


Hello and Good Morning,

I wanted to give you and your foundation a sincere thank you for the donation of monies in order to purchase iPads for my 3rd grade classroom. I know this will impact students in a positive way for years to come and I am excited to learn more about what I myself, alongside my students, can do with this wonderful technology. What a great start to a week!

Thanks again,

Sandra Borth


There is just no way to express my sincere appreciation for the 4 i-Pads my class will be receiving. I am so excited to be able to teach with more technology. The students are going to benefit for years to come because of your kindness.

Thank you so much!

Linda Wilson

I am just so happy! :-)


Thank you so much for choosing the Vision and Hearing Departments for iPads. We really appreciate your recognition of our needs. If you would like to see how we are using them, please feel free to contact us so that we can arrange an observation.

Again, thank you for your generous donation.

Julie V. Urban, Certified Teacher of Students with Visual Impairments
Traci Gellman, Certified Teacher for Students with Hearing Impairments


We are deeply grateful for your investment in our students and school. We will not let you down!!

Thanks for all you do!

Janiene Marlow, Principal

Horseshoe Trails Elementary School
A+ School of Excellence


I am thrilled that you approved my grant application for 35 guitars for Lone Mountain! I can hardly wait to share this new curriculum with my students. Thank you for this opportunity!

Kathi Gibbs


The 2nd grade teachers at Horseshoe Trails Elementary School are honored to have received the donation of 4 iPads. Thank you for making it possible to work with a small group of children while using technology.

Kim Blackert
Sent from my iPad


Thank you very much for approving my grant request to purchase non-fiction books for our 4th grade classrooms. Through your generosity, our students will have the opportunity to continue to learn, grow and explore the world through meaningful reading experiences.

Sincerely,
Lisa Schwartzstein M.Ed.
Black Mountain Elementary School


Good Morning!

I just realized that my grant application was accepted! Thank you so much!

I want to express our gratitude for this wonderful opportunity for our students to work with a professional muralist on a project for our school.
I just met with the artist yesterday, and he will be providing us with sketches in about two weeks.

Super-excited!

Leih Cooper, Ed.D.
Visual Arts Specialist
Desert Willow Elementary


THANK YOU! THANK YOU! THANK YOU!

I am so thankful for being awarded this grant. Our Sci-Tech lab is an amazing opportunity for middle school students to believe that they can be anything they want to be in the future. The focus of this lab incorporates Project Based Learning using 21st Century Skills. Receiving this grant will allow us to continue to purchase the supplies needed to make our lab successful.

Again, thank you very much.

Angie Braude, MaEd
Sci-Tech Action Lab
Sonoran Trails Middle School


Good Morning,

I just wanted to extend my gratitude to all of you for accepting and awarding the HTES Physical Education department and ALL of our students here at Horseshoe Trails with a very generous grant!  I am so excited to be purchasing a classroom set of heart rate monitors as well as additional materials to supplement fitness and health which are part of our daily lessons regardless of the unit that we are in.  Thank you all once again on behalf of myself and every student at Horseshoe Trails!

Sincerely,

Lesley Pletnick

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