The Wayzata Education Fund provides grants for innovative curricular ideas across the Wayzata School District. The Fund encourages teachers and staff to imagine new ways to engage students and support Excellence for Each and Every Student. An all-volunteer organization, the Fund has donated more than $275,000 to innovative ideas since its 2003 inception. Learn more about our grants.
Meet our Board
Adam joined WEF in November of 2014. He has children at WHS and Central Middle School.
Julie joined the board in 2017 and is a parent of former Wayzata students.
Liz joined the board in 2014 and has students at Greenwood Elementary.
Becky joined the board in 2018. She has a student at Greenwood Elementary.
Michael joined the board in 2008. He previously held the chair position for several years. He is a West Middle School and WHS parent.
Brandon joined the board in 2015. He previously held the Treasurer position. He has students at Oakwood and is a Wayzata alumni.
Kelly joined the board in 2017. She is a Gleason Lake parent.
Nikki joined the board in 2018.
Sara joined the board in 2018.
Rhonda joined the board in 2019.
Rooda joined the board in 2019.
Jessica joined the board in 2019.
Ex-Officio Board Members
Chace is the Superintendent of Wayzata Public Schools and is an ex-officio board member.
WPS Board Member
Erik is the official School Board liaison to the board. He previously was a member of WEF. Erik serves as an ex-officio board member.
The Fund is administered through the Minnesota Community Foundation and qualifies as a public charity under federal and state laws. It is an entity separate from Wayzata Public Schools with its own board of directors and by-laws. All gifts to the foundation are tax deductible under IRS guidelines.