BRCSD Foundation

During the 2015-16 school year the  Beaver River Central School  Board of Education adopted a Resolution to partner with the Northern New York Community Foundation (NNYCF) to form an educational foundation.  The purpose of this foundation is to support the Beaver River Central School District’s mission as well as its educational programs.  The foundation is not intended to supplant mandated funding, rather it is intended to enhance the educational programs.   The Foundation is an independent entity, that works collaboratively with BRCS to provide supplemental resources to enhance the diverse programs of the school district.

With two types of funds available (annual fund and long term fund) alumni and community members can leave a legacy that impacts our children for years to come!

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·         Annual Fund (or

·         Endowment Fund (or

All donations can be submitted electronically through the links below or if you prefer a cash or check donation you may use this form: Foundation Donor Form  (Click on the link and download)

Pierre H. Wallack Memorial Fund
The Foundation will also be handling the funds for the Pierre H. Wallack  Memorial Fund.  This fund will be used to support the dedication of a monument on the school's track and field facilities recognizing Pierre H. "Pete" Wallack.  Mr. Wallack establishes the track and field and cross country running programs at Beaver River Central School.  To donate you can click on the following link:

Pierre Wallack Memorial Fund Goal:  $6,000

Total Donated to Date (11.28.23)$1,675  (28% of the goal) 

Thank you to those that donated:

Zane Buckingham
Buckingham Hardware
Bruce Carpenter
Carlton Chamberlain
Sam Chamberlain
David Chamberlain
Elsie Herzig
Barbara Kalamas
Theresa Kempney
Scott Meacham
Matthew Wallack
Wilbur Zehr

As a challenge the Class of 2016 has given a significant donation to our Annual Fund.  Students from the class decided to leave a legacy for generations.  With this kick-start, the Foundation is hoping to raise a  total between both Annual Fund and Long Term Fund of $100,000 by July 1, 2017.  This fund will help the foundation support the school in enhancing both classroom projects as well as district projects. 

Some of these projects may include:

· Enhancement of the current playground.

· Development of Project Based Learning Projects for  K-12 Students.

· Enhancing the STEAM initiative (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and  
  Mathematics) to help our students meet 21st century learning skills.

· Improvement of the Alumni Park

 For more information click on the Foundation Flier