Swing 'Fore' Student Excellence at Top Golf on Feb. 29

Submitted by Melissa Stehlik
Updated 1/31/2020 8:49 PM

Back by popular demand, the Student Excellence Foundation's fourth annual "Swing Fore Student Excellence" event will be held Saturday, Feb. 29 from 6 to 10 p.m. at Top Golf in Naperville.

The evening includes golf play, food, a silent auction and raffle prizes. Come and enjoy a great night of fun with friends while also supporting learning opportunities for Wheaton-Warrenville Unit District 200 students!


All proceeds for this year's event will support zSpace, an enhanced virtual reality application that provides interactive, multisensory learning experiences. Students can view virtual models in 3-D through lightweight glasses, examine them in detail from all angles, and manipulate them using a stylus pen, effectively bringing learning to life.

This technology will be used for dissection study in District 200 high school biology classrooms.

Students will be able to interactively explore many specimens that would not typically be available to them at the high school level, bringing learning to life in the classroom.

Buy tickets by visiting SwingForeStudentExcellence.square.site or contacting SwingFore@StudentExcellenceFoundation.org.

Unable to attend? You can still help the foundation raise money to support virtual reality learning for our students by participating in the auction online, which will begin Feb. 27 and close Feb. 29 at 10 p.m.

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For more information, visit StudentExcellenceFoundation.org/event/Swing-Fore-Student-Excellence-2020.

Legat Architects and Nicholas & Associates are proud Eagle level sponsors of this year's event.

The Student Excellence Foundation supports over 1,000 educators and 13,000 students in Wheaton-Warrenville Unit District 200, which includes Wheaton, Warrenville, and some areas of Winfield, Lisle, and Carol Stream.

Find out more about the foundation at StudentExcellenceFoundation.org.

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