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#BetterTogether Dinner




The Enloe PTSA and Student Council are hosting Enloe’s #BetterTogether Dinner on Sunday, October 28th from 4:30-7:00pm to raise funds to benefit the PTSA’s Annual Fund and Student Council’s Charity Ball. Click here for tickets.


At William G. Enloe Magnet High School excellence is celebrated, students capitalize on their strengths, and integrity, diversity, and talents are nurtured. Enloe’s PTSA creates opportunities for Enloe families to gather, to build community and foster engagement while also raising money to help fund the PTSA’s initiatives (Teacher Grant Program- $15,000-$25,000 annually and Teacher Appreciation Events - $9,000-$10,000 annually), and enrichment programs for students.


This year the PTSA is losing a major funding source and we need to begin creating new ways to fund PTSA initiatives. Additionally, as a magnet school we are eager to bring the larger magnet school Enloe community together.

The PTSA traditionally allocates a significant part of its annual operating budget to the Teacher and Staff Grant Program. This year $15,000 will be distributed to teacher and staff applicants. The PTSA Teacher and Staff Grants exist to assist teachers and staff through professional development opportunities and projects, programs, and other educational activities that benefit the students at Enloe. The Grant Committee will be looking for requests that enhance the Enloe learning environment by expanding instructional, performance, physical fitness, and/or career exploration opportunities for students. In keeping with the PTSA theme of #BetterTogether, the Grant Committee will also be looking for grants that encourage collaboration.


To capitalize on student leaders, we are holding this event as Enloe’s Charity Ball fundraising kicks off, striving to create more awareness across the larger Enloe community (more than 2,500 students and their families). Charity Ball is partnering this year with the Autism Society of North Carolina and their IGNITE Program. IGNITE is a unique “peer-to-peer” community center for young adults with high functioning autism or Asperger’s Syndrome transitioning into adulthood.

We thank you for your support of our #BetterTogether Dinner! For tickets, please visit our Member Hub site to purchase tickets and to donate!