Phyllis S. Wells, affectionately known as "Mama" Wells, for over 25 years, "Mama" Wells has been an active parent and an eager participant in Coolidge activities beginning when Tokey was a student athlete. Say Coolidge Colts and she is there. Whether it's reunions, CCAA, or an individual Coolidgite who needs her help, she is always available. Her devotion to Coolidge students and to the school has been unfailing.
CCAA is extremely blessed to have Mrs. Wells as a friend and advocate. Her tireless efforts are more than "worth their weight in gold". The contributions she has made and continues to make benefit past, present and future graduates of Coolidge.
Successful candidates are those students exhibiting leadership, character, scholarship and involvement in extracurricular activities. Preferernce is given to students with demonstrated financial need.
Joe's public service work with children has been significant. In 1986, he teamed with the Children's Defense Fund to develop an award-winning nationwide radio campaign to curb teen pregnancy.
Joe often contributes time and energy visiting schools (including CCSHS) to talk to students about career opportunities and the importance of education.
Successful candidates are those students exhibiting leadership, character, scholarship and involvement in extracurricular activities. Preference is given to students with demonstrated financial need.
The Neil Faulkner scholarship will be awarded annually to a graduating
Calvin Coolidge student who has demonstrated leadership and or team work in extra-curricular athletic activities and community involvement. Recipient must have a minimum 2.0 GPA and be admitted to an institution of higher learning, academic or vocational.
Neil was a past president and life member of the Calvin Coolidge Alumni Association (CCAA). He spent untold hours working to assure that CCAA remained a valuable resource to the school community. In 2007, he received the Calvin Coolidge Alumni Association Honoree Award for Outstanding Community Service. He could often be heard saying, “I bleed ORANGE & GRAY”.