SERF is dedicated to enriching enhancing and supporting
public education in Sudbury by providing educational grants to our schools.

Inspiring Education .... One Grant At A Time!

Student Grant Initiative - Winners announced!

SERF announced Student Grant Award winners at each school the week of December 9th. Thanks to EVERY student who submitted a project idea, and thanks to the mentors who supported their grant writing. Over 100 unique projects were submitted to SERF for consideration! Learn more

SERF College Fair 2020 - COVID-19 Update

The 2020 SERF College Fair scheduled to be held on Saturday, March 21 at Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School will not be held as originally planned due to concerns related to COVID-19. This decision was made after careful consideration of recommendations regarding large gatherings from the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention, as well as the Massachusetts Department of Public Health. We are disappointed, but feel confident this is the right decision. SERF is grateful to the many educational institutions, gap year programs, sponsors, and volunteers who came together to support and champion the College Fair. They have brought tremendous value and draw to this popular community event for 11 years and running.

SERF is excited to partner with our faithful seminar speakers to move their high interest and timely seminars to a virtual format. Stay tuned as details will be announced in the coming weeks in future blasts and on our website,'s College Fair page
Hominid Skull Comparison: An Investigation of Hominid Evolution
Co-Applicants: Edmund Good, Michael Clements, Edward Eich and Brent McDonald, 6th Grade Science Teachers – ECMS

This grant funded the purchase of a full set of reproduction Hominid skulls to be used by students to investigate and evaluate possible evolutionary relationships between modern humans, apes and some extinct hominid forms. In a lab setting, students will use and read measuring instruments, identify cranial and dental features of various skulls and ultimately construct and justify a phylogenetic tree. Learn more