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Holy Trinity gets $2,500

 Posted by on January 21, 2009  archives
Jan 212009
 

Holy Trinity Catholic schools in Lee County have received a total of $2,500 in grants from the Freeport-McMoRan Copper & Gold Foundation Mini-Grants for Education program.

The following Holy Trinity science and technology projects were awarded $500 each:

• Experiences with living organisms (Early Childhood Center, Fort Madison)

• Safety materials for the science department (high school, Fort Madison)

• Document projector addition (junior/senior high, Fort Madison)

• Document projector addition (elementary, West Point)

• Junior-high science lab additions

The Mini-Grants for Education program is designed to support K-12 teachers and schools. Grants of up to $500 are awarded to support innovative projects that enrich learning in various academic areas.

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