10/10/14 Update: Due to unforseen circumstances this event has been cancelled. If you have questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks for your support! Have a great weekend!
PLEASANT HILL - August 2014, The Foundation for Pleasant Hill Education (FPHE) invites you to join the 3rd Annual Amazing Race of Pleasant Hill on October 12, Noon to 4 PM, beginning at Magoo’s Grill of Pleasant Hill, 1250 Contra Costa Blvd. Based on the popular TV show, the fun event will challenge participants of all ages with interesting clues and activities which occur at various locations throughout Pleasant Hill (activities will resemble those on the TV show’s Minute to Win It). Registration is $50 per team. Learn more and preregister by clicking here...
PLEASANT HILL - August 2014, Support FPHE & Schools and head to Magoo’s Grill with family and friends for a delicious meal and support our public schools at the same time! During September Magoo’s Grill of Pleasant Hill will donate 50% of your food order to the FPHE 2014-2015 school grant program. Additional details:
- Special runs throughout the month of September.
- Present flyer to your server. (click here)
- Breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
- (Does not include weekly/daily specials or take-out.)
- 1250 Contra Costa Blvd., Pleasant Hill (directions)
- Children’s menu, activities, and high chairs available.
- Locally owned Magoo’s Grill and its owner, Scott Davis, is a major supporter of FPHE & a sponsor of FPHE’s Pleasant Hill Amazing Race.
PLEASANT HILL - In May 2014, the Foundation for Pleasant Hill Education awarded $30,016 to support educational activities in Pleasant Hill public schools. The grants were funded by FPHE's 2014 Annual Campaign and other 2014 fundraisers. Since 2009, FPHE has awarded over $186,000 and 230 grants to the eleven public schools within the College Park High School feeder pattern. This year, the Foundation awarded 42 grants. .
To Read more, please click here...
PLEASANT HILL - March, 2014,
FPHE Business Partner Program: We believe that strong schools have a direct impact on the overall health of a community, including their businesses. Communities focused on education have a vibrant commerce, higher home values and lower crime rates. A city with highly performing schools attracts and keeps families who are vital not only to our community, but to a healthy business climate.