NFA hosted an informational breakfast for parents yesterday in the Big House dining room about the EITC/OSTC tax credit program in PA. Stanley Goldis, CPA, of CitrinCooperman, helped everyone become more knowledgeable about this win-win PA tax credit program available to businesses and individuals.
Contact the Development Office (215-247-3811, x207) or visit http://norwoodfontbonneacademy.org/giving-3/eitc to learn more about how your involvement can bring significant funds to NFA. Don't miss out on the chance to designate where your PA state taxes are spent!
Educational Improvement Tax Credit/Opportunity Scholarship Tax Credit Program: Direct Your PA Tax Dollars to NFA through these tax credit programs The EITC and OSTC tax programs present an opportunity for companies to re-direct their PA state tax dollars to education and specifically to NFA in...
NFA students delighted audiences with their energetic and amazing acts at the annual Talent Show. Hats off to our extraordinary performers who brought musical and vocal acts, dance routines, magic, gymnastics and pogo sticking to this popular event. Thank you to the Student Council and moderators for organizing this annual tradition.
The NFA Student Philanthropy Club is pleased to announce the great success of our Student Stewardship Coin Collection held during Legacy Week. Thanks to our staff and student 'stewards' who recognized that their gift of coins was a way to give back and pay it forward to "dear neighbors," present and future. Congratulations to Mr. Clark's 7B class who was the first to reach (and exceed) their monetary goal and have 100% student participation!
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Norwood-Fontbonne Academy added 7 new photos — with Harikishan Jayaraj.
Congratulations to the students who participated and were recognized in the annual Spelling Bee this morning. We are so proud of our incredible spellers for their hard work, courage, and success in this year's Bee. Best of luck to our 5th grade winner who will compete in the Spelldown and our grand champion who will represent NFA in regional competitions.
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The Annual Student Stewardship Coin Collection, as part of “Legacy Week,” begins today and due to the snow will extend until next Tuesday, Feb. 2. Students are invited to grow as 'stewards' of NFA by participating in our Annual Appeal. Their gift of coins to the collection is their way of giving back to the place where they learn each day. So, polish off that extra change and fill those jars!!
C'est Razz!! A trip for 2 to Paris can be yours for the bidding at Razzmatazz 2016. Be sure to buy your tickets… and check out the amazing auction block at bidpal.net/razz2016! An Evening in Paris is just 25 days away! Bienvenue à Paris!
NFA will be hosting an Information Breakfast on Thursday, February 4, 7:30-8:45am in the Big House Dining Room. Jim Downey of BLOCS (Business Leaders Organized for Catholic Schools) and Stanley Goldis, CPA with CitrinCooperman will be presenting information about the PA tax credit program (EITC/OSTC) whereby corporate and individual taxpayers may designate their state taxes to NFA. Please join us for this informational workshop to learn more about this important tax credit that could bring significant funds to NFA. All are welcome!