Visions loves educators for all the passion they put into their jobs.
We also understand that most put a lot of their own money into their classrooms. In fact, it’s estimated that educators pay an average of about $450 out-of-pocket for items not covered by the school budget.
That’s why we created the Visions Loves Educators Classroom Program.
Visions will award full funding to projects submitted by educators at the elementary, middle, and high school levels. We’ve committed $10,000 to the program, so multiple projects may win!
Our educators give so much to their kids and our communities. This is just one small way we can give back to them.
Visions loves all educators! But, only classrooms in the communities we serve are eligible at this time.
Winners of the Visions Loves Educators Classroom Program will be announced in the spring of 2018!
Submissions accepted annually May 1 – December 31
Visions loves educators and we’re proud to offer these exclusive educator bonuses to you!
Receive a bonus for a new or refinanced (non-Visions debt) personal or auto loan based on the loan amount!
Close on a new mortgage or refinance your current mortgage (non-Visions) and receive a $500 bonus!
Receive a $50 bonus when you open a new checking account and debit card with your membership!
Refer one of your family members to Visions and you receive $25! Limit one family member per family.
Congratulations to all of the 2016-2017 Winners of the Visions Loves Educators Classroom Program!
Benedict A. Cucinella Elementary School
Pre-K – Fifth Grade
Awarded $5,000 to fund ‘Seeing is Believing.’ This project uses video self-modeling to promote positive behavior changes across all areas of development for students with autism.
Ridgefield Park Jr.-Sr. High School
Michael J. Savino
Awarded $400 for a wireless gamification project/system that allows groups of students to learn, review work and study in a fun, competitive way.
Awarded $650 to the Write About Math project where students write children’s stories that explain math concepts in an easy-to-understand way and pose real life situations where the skill would be used.
Pasack Hills High School
Alana Van Der Sluys
Ninth and Tenth Grade
Awarded $500 to create a welcoming reading corner space for students to sit back, relax and explore new books.
All 2016-2017 Winners
- Dana Santoro – $1,000
Berkley Street Elementary School (Fifth Grade)
- Denise Scairpon – $5,000
Benedict A. Cucinella Elementary School (Pre-K – Fifth Grade)
- Alyssa – $75
Berkley Street Elementary School (Fourth Grade)
- Michael J. Savino – $400
Ridgefield Park Jr.-Sr. High School (Seventh Grade)
- Laurie Schorno – $1,075
Borough School (Sixth Grade)
- Norma Terrigno – $300
Roosevelt Elementary (Second – Sixth Grade)
- Thomas Conroy – $500
Brookside School (Principal)
- Judy Aronson – $299.50
Dwight Morrow High School (Ninth Grade)
- Alana Van Der Sluys – $500
Pascack Hills High School (Ninth – Tenth Grade)
- Linda Steffe – $500
Fairview Public Schools (Child Study Team)
- Margaret White – $600
Pascack Hills High School (Ninth – Twelfth Grade)
- Stefania D’Angelo – $250
Garfield Public Preschool (Pre-K)
- Cheryl Dahl – $375
Marian E. McKeown Elementary (First Grade)
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