The Trustees of the Milltown Education Foundation meet the first Wednesday of each month, from 7:00 - 8:30 PM, with the exception of July and August. Throughout the year we plan fundraising events and special activities to support our Educational Excellence Grant program and are actively involved in many community and school events. If you are interested in becoming a Trustee, or a Volunteer for one of our Fundraisers or Events, please visit our GET INVOLVED page and submit a contact form. One of our Trustees will reach out to you.
President - Jill Hetzler
Treasurer - Dan Fama
Secretary - Kim Silerto
Director of External Grants - Keith Cook
Director of Internal Grants - Nicole Coronato
Mary Ellen Guida
Kate Pastore - Social Media Co-Director
Rebecca Rathmill - Webmaster
Maria Gagliano Scarlora
Suzanne Sierotko - Social Media Co-Director
School District Liaisons:
Board of Education - Janice Hodgson
Administrator - Eric Siegel
Teacher - Lillian Carone - Parkview
Teacher - Amanda Vacca - Joyce Kilmer
Meeting Schedule 2022
7:00 - 8:30pm
Parkview School Media Center
September 12 (Zoom)
The Milltown Education Foundation, Inc. (MEF) was founded in 2001 as an outcome of the school district’s strategic planning initiative. The MEF enhances resources available in the district by raising and distributing charitable donations, and forming corporate and community-based partnerships.
The Milltown Education Foundation, Inc. is an independent, non-profit, tax-exempt, 501(c) (3) and charitable, community-based foundation. Our purpose is to provide financial assistance and to stimulate educational opportunities that are otherwise not available through the Milltown School district’s operating budget. The Foundation is a community response to a national challenge to keep Milltown’s young people productive in an increasingly competitive, complex and changing world and marketplace.
Secure financial, human and other resources for areas of identified educational need.
Organize and coordinate active community support and involvement to implement plans designed to meet these needs.
Provide a mechanism through which these resources can be allocated for worthwhile programs in an equitable manner.
MEF Contact Information
MILLTOWN EDUCATION FOUNDATION
c/o Parkview School
80 Violet Terrace
Milltown, NJ 08850