The Public Education Foundation, also known as the Foundation, announced Monday a new “Children of the 58 Scholarship Fund” created in partnership with the family of Neysa Tonks, who tragically lost her life on 1 October.

Neysa’s parents, Chris and Debbie Davis, and sister, Mynda Smith, received support from around the country to establish the scholarship for dependents of the 58 people who died on October 1, 2017.

Neysa did not attend college herself, but she was passionate about ensuring her children studied hard, earned good grades, and put college in their plans.

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