All the Arts for All the kids is dedicated to developing, sustaining, and supporting the arts as an intrinsic part of every child’s education. Fullerton Sunrise Rotary has been a supporter for over 15 years, including funding one of the original “Arts Buses”. Our support includes significant annual monetary contributions to ensure this wonderful program continues to bring the arts to each Fullerton elementary student.
All the Arts for All the Kids
Fullerton Museum Center
The Fullerton Museum Center, in addition to its central role as a promoter of Art in our community, provides art and cultural programs for children. Our club is a proud supporter of the Project Discovery School Tours, which allows every child in Fullerton a free guided tour of exhibits at the Fullerton Museum Center with their class. They annually serve over 6,000 children per year.
For several years, FSR has annually presented more than 400 fifth graders who attend Woodcrest, Richman, Commonwealth, Raymond, Orangethorpe and Valencia Park Elementary School with their own copy of a “Student’s Dictionary and Gazetteer”. We visit each school conducting a formal ceremony at which each student receives their copy of this dictionary that assist them in becoming good writers, active readers, creative thinkers and resourceful learners. This is something that each student will be able to write their own name in and carry with them through their school experience.
Rotary Youth Leadership Awards; Fullerton Sunrise Rotary underwrites the sponsorship of sending six students; selected from La Vista & Troy High Schools, to a three-day camp held annually in April in Idylwild, CA to foster team building, leadership skills and friendships that last for years.
Troy Top 100 Banquet
An annual banquet held at the Embassy Suites in Brea in April to honor the top 100 students, by GPA, at Troy High School. These highly accomplished students deserve a moment of special recognition for their outstanding academic achievements and Fullerton Sunrise Rotary is proud to be involved in the planning and underwriting of this great annual event.
Rotaract Club La Vista High School
Fullerton Sunrise Rotary is partnering with La Sierra High School to offer their students who are working in the school’s Adult Transition Program a chance to learn about and be a part of Rotary International’s mission to place “Service above self”. These young adults will have opportunities to address the needs and concerns of their community and our world. Rotaract is a young adults (18 – 30 years of age) entrance into Rotary International.